Wastewater

Equipped with the know-how which is enriched by our experience, we fervently contribute to the vital field of Wastewater Treatment and Effluent Reuse. This is an essential building block in sustainable development which we contribute to through designing and supervising different systems of Wastewater Treatment Plants in Jordan and abroad.

Our expertise covers Wastewater Collection Systems, Wastewater Treatment, Sludge Disposal & Reuse, Water Treatment and Desalination.

 

PROJECTS

  • 1994 - WWTP UPGRADE - ABU NSEIR & BAQ'AA

     WWTP UPGRADING OF BAQA’A & ABU NUSSEIR

     

    Upgrading and Expansion of Baqa’a & Abu Nusseir Wwtp Technical & Economic Feasibility Study, Final Design & Supervision Construction

     

    Client: Ministry of Water and Irrigation/Water Authority/Jordan

    Location: Baqa’a

    Services Provided: Socioeconomic Survey, Preliminary design, Final Design, Tender documents.

    Construction Cost: 11 million USD

    Starting Date: 1993

    Completion Date: 1994

     

     

    Project Description:

     

    The existing Baqa’a and Abu - Nusseir wastewater treatment plants were both constructed in 1988 and provide wastewater treatment for service areas that lie outside of the greater Amman area.

    The objective of this project is to upgrade and expand each existing wastewater treatment plant to adequately treat existing and future flows. Independent operation and treatment would be continued.

     

  • 2002 - IBB WASTEWATER PLANT EXTENSION

    Extension OF IBB Wastewater Treatment Plant

     

    Client: Local Water and Sanitation corporation, IBB

    Location: Ibb, Yemen

    Services Provided: Design & Supervision

    Construction Cost: 5.9 million USD

    Date: 2002

     

     

    Project Description:

     

    The project aims to increase Ibb Existing Wastewater treatment plant capacity to be as follows:

    - Hydraulic loading: 10,000 m3/day.

    - Organic Loading: 8,400 Kg/day.

     

    The project includes inlet works, Imhoff tank, trickling filters, aeration tank, final sedimentation tanks, sludge thickeners, four pumping stations and mechanical sludge dewatering system.

     

  • 2003 - SEWER PROJECTS - AL BALQA'A & AMMAN

    Miscellaneous Sewer Projects in Albalqa’ and Amman

     

     

    Client: Ministry of Water and Irrigation Water Authority of Jordan (WAJ)

    Location: Amman & Balqa, Jordan

    Services Provided: Construction Supervision

    Cost: 7.25 million USD

    Starting Date: 2001

    Completion Date: 2003

     

     

    Project Description:

     

    The Purpose of this project is to supervise the installation activities of sewer lines in different locations as follow:

    - Miscellaneous sewer in Amman(Alhashimi Alshmali, Tabarbour, Tareq, Arjan).

    - Sewer in Albalqa’ and Amman (Sweileh, Tlaa’ Ala’li, A’ien Albasha).

    - Miscellaneous sewer in Capital of Amman

    - Sewer in (Wadi Esser, Tlaa’ Ala’li, Sweileh & Marj Alhamam).

    - The installaion works were involved different diameters ranging from 150-400 mm.

     

  • 2005 - WWTP - KING HUSSEIN BIN TALAL UNIV.

    Wwtp for King Hussain Bin Talal University

     

    Wastewater Treatment Plant For Al-Hussein Bin Talal University Design, Construction, Supply, Training, Operation & Quality Control

     

    Client: King Hussain Bin Talal University

    Location : Jordan King Hussain University/ Ma'an - Jordan

    Services Provided: Construction Supervision

    Cost: 915,000 USD

    Starting Date: 2003

    Completion Date: 2005

     

     

    Project Description:

     

    The Project aims at treating the wastewater coming out from the University and utilize it in restricted irrigation according to the Jordanian Standards, and the disposal of the excess treated water in nearby wadis and streams. The Project involves the construction of the Maintenance and Control Building, Chemical and Biological Testing Labs, Lift Station of the treated water, sludge drying beds (capacity = 100 m3 each)

     

  • 2014 - SEWER NETWORK FOR HODEIDA CITY

    SEWER NETWORK FOR HODEIDA CITY

     

    Rehabilitation of the Effected Sewer Networks for Hodeida City

     

    Client: Ministry of Water and Environment

    Location: Hodeidah City, Yemen

    Services Provided: Study & Design Services

    Date: 2014

     

     

    Project Description:

     

    The Project aims to:

    - Ensuring that the constructed main collection line and their associated (manholes, connections, main and branch pumping stations) are technically and operationally sound as well as ensuring availability of technical solutions for any failure or malfunction in any part of the constructed line or its accessories so that the sewage will flow safely through the lines and meet the population needs up to 2035.

    - Ensuring that designs of the main sewer lines and its accessories are appropriate (technically, economically and environmentally).

    - Ensuring that the wastewater sewage pressure line from the pumping station to the treatment plant is highly efficient, and to propose alternatives in case of failure such as stand by pumps or generators

    - Ensuring that design for the sea out fall sewer lines in emergency situations are technically, economically and environmentally appropriate.

    - Ensuring that the designs will be able to remedy the failure in the wastewater system in Gholil, Moadel and Kawkaban areas so that the sewage will flowing through the network on a technically, economically and environmentally sound.

     

  • 2012 - SAMAWA SEWERAGE

    Samawa Sewerage - Storm water Systems

     

    Client: Hydrosult Center for Engineering Planning (HCEP)

    Location: South Muthana Governorate, Iraq

    Services Provided: Concept Design, Process Selection, Plant Layout, Hydraulic Profile, Civil Work Design, Mechanical Work Design, Electrical Work Design, Instrumentation and control system.

    Start Date: 2011

    Completion Date: 2012

     

    Project Description:

     

    Samawa Alsoub Alsaghir Sewerage & Storm water Systems Design

    The main project tasks comprise of design of wastewater and storm water pumping station and the wastewater treatment plant in Samawa, Iraq. In addition, the consultant carried out necessary topographic surveying works, geotechnical investigation and soil tests, and water quality tests. The information below best illustrate the size of executed works:

     

    Population served = 130,000

    Capacity = 37,500 m3/d

    Process: extended aeration

     

    Project Stages of Design Works:

    Stage 1 - Concept Design:

    Within the first two weeks, the consultant shall carry out the Design concept and present it to the client to review the concept and assumptions and approve the works of Stage 1.

     

    Stage 2 - Draft Detailed Design:

    The consultant shall carry out architectural, structural, mechanical, electrical, SCADA works for all the treatment plant and pumping stations for wastewater and storm water.

     

    Stage 3 - Final Detailed Design:

    After Receiving approval of the works of stage 2, the consultant shall carry out the final detailed design of the following compnents:

    -Architectural Design

    -Structural Design

    -Mechanical Design

    -Electrical Design

    -SCADA Design

     

     • Replacement of the entire Existing WW Pipeline. Network length approximately 10 km.

     • Replacement of Existing Pump, at the lifting Station.

     • Replacement of inspection rooms, design of administration building (350 m2) and a laboratory (337 m2).

     • New Design of WWTP of capacity 2600 m3 / Day

     • New Irrigation System using the treated Effluent from WWTP, with a total length of 47.5 km.

     • Water network with a total length of 8 km.

     

    The project comprises of two stages:

     • In the first stage the consultant conducts a topographic survey and geotechnical survey. Based on the results, and after the approval by the client the consultant shall prepare a preliminary design.

     

     • In the second stage, the final design, tender documents and construction drawings are developed based on the final preliminary designs. Also, the Tender documents, BOQ’s, Instructions to bidders, Specifications and Drawings are all submitted at the end of this stage.

     

  • 2013 - AL-ALAMIYAH SEWER PROJECT

    Supervision for AL-Alamiyah Sewer Project

     

    Client: Aqaba Water W.L.L

    Location: Al Alamiyyah - Al Aqaba, Jordan

    Services Provided: Construction Supervision

    Construction Cost: 1,006,000 Million $

    Start Date: 2011

    Completion Date: 2013

     

     

    Project Description:

     

    The project objectives are to improve the environmental quality of Al-Alamiyyeh area in aqaba by upgrading the existing sewer nets works and to solve inhabitants troubles throughout a lot of blockage and waste water leak.

     

    The project includes but not  limited to supply and install of approximately 25000 meter of UPVC pipes with different diameters and the necessary manholes to redirecting the flow to new sewer network too.

     

    Taking in to account that the number of buildings to be reconnected to the new sewer lines is (300) building.

     

  • 2014 - YANBU’ INDUSTRIAL PORT

    Yanbu’ Industrial Port

     

    Client: General Port Authority - KSA

    Location: King Fahd Port - Yanbu’, Saudi Arabia

    Services Provided: Infrastructure Detailed Design

    Construction Cost: 34 Million $

    Start Date: 2013

    Completion Date: 2014

     

     

    Project Description:

     

    Infrastructure Facilities Development for Yanbu’ Industrial Port

     

    The aim of this project is to provide engineering consultancy services for the design of infrastructural facilities for Yanbu’ Industrial Port with a total area of 50,000 m2

    Project Include:

    -Replacement of the entire Existing WW Pipeline. Network length approximately 10 km.

    -Replacement of Existing Pump, at the lifting Station.

    -Replacement of inspection rooms, design of administration building (350 m2) and a laboratory (337 m2).

    -New Design of WWTP of capacity 2600 m3 / Day

    -New Irrigation System using the treated Effluent from WWTP, with a total length of 47.5 km.

    -Water network with a total length of 8 km.

     

    The project comprises of two stages:

    *In the first stage the consultant conducts a topographic survey and geotechnical survey. Based on the results, and after the approval by the client the consultant shall prepare a preliminary design.

     

    *In the second stage, the final design, tender documents and construction drawings are developed based on the final preliminary designs. Also, the Tender documents, BOQ’s, Instructions to bidders, Specifications and Drawings are all submitted at the end of this stage.

     

  • 2017 - TRANSMISSION PIPELINE FOR TREATED WATER

    Transmission Pipeline for Treated Water

     

    Client: ENEX Contracting Corporation Construction Services

    Location: South Amman, Jordan

    Services Provided: Detailed Design

    Start Date: 2016

    Completion Date: 2017

     

     

    Project Description:

     

    Transmission Pipeline for Treated Water from South Amman WWTP to Farms in Thieban

     

    A Design-Build-Operate project for a treated water transmission line from South Amman WWTP to Thieban / Ma'daba area agricultural lands. The Consultant's scope of work includes the design of the following:

     

     • Design of C30 type, 400 mm diameter, ductile transmission line, including all necessary accessories and parts such as manholes, valves such as (wash out + air release valve, isolation valve…etc. The line is approximately 30 km km to transfer around 10,000 m3/day of treated water.

     • Design irrigation network which consists of high density polyethylene pipes to irrigate 2500-3000 donums of agricultural lands in Thieban/Madaba area and surrounding areas.

     • Design of a pumping station to pump 10,000 m3/day to include: valves, flow meter, surge valves, piping, Scada and PLC, electro-mechanical works. Capacity of each pump (two number) 723 m3/hour

     • Design of 16 ductile turn out connections with diameters varying between 200-300 mm