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Consulting Services for Updating the Existing Stormwater Drainage studies, the Preparation of Bidding documents, the Evaluation of Tenders and the Supervision of Construction of the Greater Limassol area

Country: CYPRUS ,   Year: 2018 - In progress ,   Client: Sewerage board of Limassol – Amathus ,   Funding: National Funding ,   Contract Value: 536,671.78 USD ,   Tags: Sewage and Wastewater, Storm Water Networks and Flood prevention

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The main objective of the Sewerage Board of Limassol - Amathus (SBLA) is the construction, operation and maintenance of the public sewerage and stormwater drainage system of the Greater Limassol Area and therefore to improve the hygienic and environmental conditions and the quality of life in the area. The implementation and operation of the system has and is still contributing substantially in the economic activity in the city.

The scope of the service consists of:

  • Review, validate and update the existing studies for the proposed stormwater drainage network including the bill of quantities
  • Check the proposed design of stormwater drainage system to identify and resolve any utility conflicts especially the conflicts concerning the house connections of the sewerage system.
  • Prepare and submit the Traffic Management Plan that includes details of where and when works will be undertaken (Critical Path Analysis).
  • Prepare Health and Safety Policy (Framework Directive) in accordance with the relevant Laws and Regulations of the Republic of Cyprus and SBLA Health and Safety Policy
  • Assess the existing data regarding the Road Condition and conduct additional geological surveys, if needed.
  • Evaluate the Hydraulic Capacity Analysis of the existing Stormwater Drainage System including the proposed system, by developing a model for various Return Periods.
  • Prepare the Bidding Documents for the procurement of works
  • Provide specifications and supplementary information on the works to be procured.
  • Evaluate the bids submitted by the contractor and submit Tender Evaluation Report.
  • Construction Supervision
  • Project Management



Consultancy Services for Feasibility Study, Detailed Design and Preparation of Tender Documents for Amaya Dam Water Supply project

Country: KENYA ,   Year: 2018 - In progress ,   Client: Rift Valley Water Services Board ,   Funding: African Development Bank ,   Contract Value: 742,473.00 USD ,   Tags: Dams & Hydropower

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The objective of the Amaya dam project is to harness, conserve, and control and utilize the flood waters of the Amaya stream catchment. The project main target is to supply domestic and irrigation water to the areas within Churo, Tangulbei and Silale wards in Baringo County and Amaya location in Samburu County. This development will contribute to reduction of conflicts arising from water scarcity in the area, increase towards agricultural activities and improvement of the livelihoods of the communities in the area. The proposed 48 m Height Dam is expected to serve a population of about 50,000 people and their livestock and irrigation of about 480 Ha.




Feasibility Study, Detailed Design and Environmental and Social Impact Assessment of a new Muhazi Dam

Country: RWANDA ,   Year: 2018 - In progress ,   Client: RWANDA WATER AND FORESTRY AUTHORITY – (RWAND WATER FOR GROWTH PROGRAM) ,   Funding: Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Kigali ,   Contract Value: 504,482.00 USD ,   Tags: Dams & Hydropower

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The IWRM Programme – Water for Growth Rwanda – has received funding from the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Kigali for the Integrated Water Resources Management in Rwanda. The Programme intends to apply part of the funds for a Feasibility study and Detailed Design for a new dam at the outlet of Muhazi Lake.
Lake Muhazi is one of the 24 lakes located in Rwanda. It is located in the central eastern region of Rwanda, at the north-eastern boundary of Kigali City, twenty kilometers approximately from the city center, bordering 5 districts (Gasabo, Rwamagana, Gicumbi, Gatsibo and Kayonza) and 16 administrative sectors.
The service provided will cover the following fields:
•Review of existing designs and studies.
•Field visits and recognizance.
•Feasibility studies of the multipurpose use of the project
•Topographical and geotechnical investigations
•Detailed design of dam and irrigation networks.
•Tender documents
•Workshops and Training.
•ESIA




Improving and Updating Rwanda Irrigation Master Plan

Country: RWANDA ,   Year: 2018 - In progress ,   Client: RWANDA AGRICULTURE AND ANIMAL RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT BOARD ,   Funding: National Funding ,   Contract Value: 738,208.00 USD ,   Tags: Irrigation

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The assignment requires the update of Rwanda’s Irrigation Master Plan (IMP) and the identification of suitable land for irrigation purposes with the aim of supporting new investments. The updating will take into consideration the changing dynamics and the introduction of new irrigation technologies, the new land use covers and policies, the developing and altered national policy thrusts by incorporating the findings of the Water Resources Master Plan of 2013.
Following the inception of the IMP (2010) several key issues have occurred concerning some of the data provided in IMP (2010), such as the current land use covers, the estimated irrigation potential, and the figures of it being in-consistent compared to the Water Resources Master Plan. The requirement to update the old IMP becomes impera-tive considering the inconsistency of the data provided in several reports and studies and the necessity to provide a comprehensive and harmonized framework for investments in irrigation development.
Thus, the objective of the consultancy is to review, update and improve the 2010 Rwanda irrigation master plan and to prepare an associated investment framework to support investments in irrigation development. The plan will have to be technically feasible, environmentally and socially sustainable.




Developing an integrated Urban Water Management Master Plan for Marondera Municipality

Country: ZIMBABWE ,   Year: 2018 - In progress ,   Client: Ministry of Environment, Water and Climate (MoEWC) ,   Funding: African Development Bank ,   Contract Value: 1,520,795.00 USD ,   Tags: Sewage and Wastewater, Water Supply & Water Distribution

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The overall project goal is to provide the Municipality of Marondera with an innovative and integrated approach that will ensure the sustainable management of water and sanitation for Marondera’s population. The main project objective is to develop an In-tegrated Urban Water Management Master Plan for Marondera Municipality for a 20-year horizon which will pave way for sustaina-ble management of water and wastewater in the Municipality of Marondera. The consultancy will mainly involve the following:
(i) Undertake critical assessment of the status of water supply and sanitation infrastructure (ii) Develop an Integrated Water Supply and Sanitation Masterplan (iii) Develop a sub-catchment Water Resources Development Strategic Plan for the sub catchments directly impacting/impacted by the Marondera town. (iv) Undertake an institutional analysis




Feasibility Study, Detailed Design & Environmental & Social Impact Assessment of a new Muhazi Dam

Country: RWANDA ,   Year: 2018 - In progress ,   Client: Rwanda Water & Forestry Authority (Rwanda for Growth Program) ,   Funding: Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Kigali ,   Contract Value: 504,482.00 USD ,   Tags: Dams & Hydropower

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The assignment includes the Feasibility study and the Detailed Design for a new dam at the outlet of Muhazi Lake, as well as the respective environmental and social impact studies. The project is part of the IWRM Programme- Water for Growth Rwanda.




Improving and Updating Rwanda Irrigation Master Plan

Country: RWANDA ,   Year: 2018 - In progress ,   Client: Rwanda Agriculture & Animal Resources Development Board ,   Funding: National Funding ,   Contract Value: 738,208.00 USD ,   Tags: Irrigation

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The objective of the assignment includes the update of Rwanda’s Irrigation Master Plan (IMP) and the identification of suitable land for irrigation purposes with the aim of supporting new investments. The updating will take into consideration the changing dynamics and the introduction of new irrigation technologies, the new land use covers and policies, the developing and altered national policy thrusts by incorporating the findings of the Water Resources Master Plan of 2013.




Developing an Integrated Urban Water Management Master Plan for Marondera Municipality

Country: ZIMBABWE ,   Year: 2018 - In progress ,   Client: Ministry of Environment, Water and Climate (MoEWC) ,   Funding: African Development Bank ,   Contract Value: 1,520,795.00 USD ,   Tags: Sewage and Wastewater

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The overall project goal is to provide the Municipality of Marondera with an innovative and integrated approach that will ensure the sustainable management of water and sanitation for Marondera’s population. The main project objective is to develop an Integrated Urban Water Management Master Plan for Marondera Municipality for a 20-year horizon which will pave way for sustainable management of water and wastewater in the Municipality of Marondera. The consultancy will mainly involve the following:
(i) Undertake a critical assessment of the status of water supply and sanitation infrastructure (ii) Develop an Integrated Water Supply and Sanitation Masterplan (iii) Develop a sub-catchment Water Resources Development Strategic Plan for the sub-catchments directly impacting/impacted by the Marondera town. (iv) Undertake an institutional analysis




Selection & Employment of Consulting Services for Feasibility Study And Detail Design of Waste Water Management System for Mekelle, Adama & Dire Dawa towns

Country: ETHIOPIA ,   Year: 2017 - In progress ,   Client: Ministry of Water Irrigation & Electricity ,   Funding: International Development Association ,   Contract Value: 1,041,600.00 USD ,   Tags: Sewage and Wastewater

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The sanitation systems of three large cities Mekelle, Adama and Dire Dawa, are to be examined under this project. The scope of services includes:

  • Assessment of existing sanitation situation and infrastructure work
  • Feasibility Studies and Detail Design of the new proposed system (and Tender Documents)
  • Conceptual Plan and Design Criteria
  • Design Components
  • Affordability and Cost Recovery
  • Project Implementation Plan
  • Human Resource Management and Capacity Building
  • Conduct preliminary environmental and social Impact
  • Detail Design of the proposed WWTP

 




Consultancy Service for Addis Ababa Water Distribution And Operation Management & Hydraylic Modeling

Country: ETHIOPIA ,   Year: 2017 - In progress ,   Client: A.A.W.S.A. Water and Sanitation Development & Rehabilitation Project Office ,   Funding: Government of Ethiopia ,   Contract Value: 1,339,687.00 USD ,   Tags: Non Revenue Water projects, Water Supply & Water Distribution

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The project objectives are summarised as follows:

  • Assess the exact current operational management of AAWSA’s network
  • Review the, of AAWSA teams responsible for the management of the network operation
  • Design review of the current and the future demand of AAWSA customers
  • Assess and evaluate the ability of the existing water network system to deliver the service level thresholds with acceptable pressure under continuous water supply regime.
  • Study and design the incorporation of the new supply sources in the city water system and identify the required reinforcements in terms of transmission and distribution network works, based on the projected customer demands. In addition study and modify the distribution network boundaries in order to optimise pressure management and also facilitate the supply of the distribution network by shifting when and if required.
  • Propose a Risk Management Strategy in case of extreme draught conditions.
  • Detailed Design of the identified water system reinforcement works as derived by the studies for the new sources incorporation and the Risk Management Plan, with specifications, BoQs and engineering cost estimates.
  • Produce bidding documents for the proposed reinforcement works.
  • Training and capacity building of AAWSA personnel on the produced Operation and Maintenance manual and on the provided hydraulic modelling software (WaterCAD) and the models developed for the identification of the network reinforcement works.




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