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Water supply system Nisporeni

Project description

Hydro Ingenieure was contracted to perform consulting services for the water supply infrastructure of the project „Rehabilitation of the water supply system in the Rayon Nisporeni: Municipalities of Nisporeni, Vărzăreşti and Grozeşti, in the Republic of Moldova”. 

The project consisted of a design & procurement phase and a construction supervision phase.

  • Rehabilitation of existing water supply infrastructure and construction a new water supply system with a supply capacity of 60 l/s
  • Construction of a Prut river water intake and two siphon pipes, each DN 350
  • Rehabilitation of the existing Raw water Pumping Station
  • Construction of a new Water Treatment Plant 
  • Construction of an Intermediate Pumping Station 
  • Construction of the Pressure breaking chamber 54 m3 
  • Construction of 3 Clean Water Reservoirs (1,600m3, 400m3 and 280m3
  • Construction of 16,8 km of transmission main from ductile iron pipes with   DN300 and PN 35 bar 
  • Construction of 102km of water distribution network (HDPE pipes PN 6 - PN 10, DN 80 - DN 350)
  • Construction of 39km of service connections (1”-3” HDPE pipes, average length 10 m)
  • The overall project was tendered and consequently contracted as one supply contract for the materials and 7 works contracts.
  • Elaboration of Conceptual Design
  • Preparation of Design for construction permission
  • Elaboration of Tender Documents
  • Procurement
  • Evaluation of proposals and Contracting
  • Construction supervision according the FIDIC red book
  • Commissioning
  • Taking-over of completed works
  • Supervision of the trial operation and training of APA Canal personnel
  • Client: Municipality of Nisporeni 
  • Financing source:  Multinational donor group - European Union, Austrian Development Agency and Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation 
  • Project duration: Design and Procurement phase January 2013 - February 2015, Construction Supervision phase May 2014 - July 2016
  • Investment costs: € 10.000.000,-
  • Contact person: MSc Josef Bramberger, Raimund Traintinger