Water Supply

We have vast working experience in the design and supervision of Water supply systems, Water Leakage Detection & Non-revenue Water, Storm water drainage and Flood Protection, Dams and Hydraulics. The spectrum of our record in this field ranges from small-scale networks to large-scale projects involving more complicated scenarios of demand, supply and topography.

PROJECTS

  • NETWORK REHABILITATION - JERASH & AJLOUN

     

     

    WATER NETWORKS REHABILITATION IN JERASH & AJLOUN GOVERNORATES

    Location: Jerash - Ajloun, Jordan

    Client: Water Authority Jordan (WAJ)

    Construction Cost: N.A

    Services Provided: Construction Supervision

    Date:2014 - 2016


    Project  Description:

     

    The objective of the project is to ensure a cost efficient and secure supply of drinking water in the Governorates of Jarash and Ajloun with the overall objective to contribute to an efficient and demand driven sustainable management of the existing water resources, In order to increase the water supply to Jerash and Ajloun Governorates which suffer severe water shortages.

     

    The other major identified transmission mains to complete Za'atarه pipeline are needed as follows:

    Package 2 (Hofa to Ajloun Transmission System)

    Package 3 (Um Lulu to Jerash Transmission System

     

  • FEASIBILITY STUDY - ZA'TARI CAMP

     

     Feasibility Design of Water Network for Za’atariCamp
    Client: Oxfam

    Location::  Al-Mafraq,Jordan
    Services Provided: Design

    Construction Cost: N.A

    Start Date 2013 -2014


    Project Description::

     

    Feasibility Design of Water Network For Za’atari Camp & Detailed Engineering Design Review of Oxafm’s concept design taking into account the Topographic Survey information and developing outline design for the whole camp and detailed Engineering Design for districts 5, 6, 7, 8 &9 and the production of all required documents as a package for tender and site implementation. DAO team have designed different options of the primary and tertiary system of the whole camp and estimate the cost of each option to select the most efficient one. Second stage was preparing the detailed design for the selected option (primary system which includes the main water pipeline, pumps, and storage tanks) and the teriary network for districts 5, 6, 7, 8 & 9

     

  • DER A'LLAH WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM

     

     Restructuring and Rehabilitation of Der Allah Water Supply System
    Client::Water Authority of  Jordan Location:

    Middle Jordan Valley / Der Allat-eJordan
    Services Provided: Detailed Design and Tender Documents

    CompletionrDatey2009

    Project Description::

     

    The purpose of this project is to study and design the following:

     • Water reservoirs for Der Allah District

     • Water transmission lines from well field to terminal reservoirs (length of transmission line = 45 km, Dia. = 400 mm)

     • Pumping station No. 2

     • Three main distribution zone.

  • WATER & WASTEWATER NETWORK PROJECTS (PMC)

     

     

     Program Management Consultant (PMC) and Construction Supervision for Water and Wastewater Network Project

     

     

    Country: Jordan

    Location within Country: Al Zarqa Governorate

    Name of Client: Millennium Challenge Account (MCA) of Jordan

    Start Date (Month/Year): 2012

    Completion Date(Month/Year):  2016

    Cost US$): $160 million

     

     

    Narrative Description of Project:

     

    Current water demands are not being met satisfactorily throughout the country, and the costs of developing new water resources are rising rapidly In 2012, DAOIE has commenced an ambitious project funded by the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), which is a bilateral United States foreign aid agency established by the U.S. Congress in 2004. This Program includes 9 independent contracts; 6 for Water Networks and 3 for Wastewater Networks. Part of a $275 million program, that contains a pipe network with a total length of 600 km dedicated to Zarqa and Rusaifah, the project aims to improve the efficiency of water delivery by reducing non-revenue water lost by inefficient pressure distribution between high and low areas. Furthermore, it targets the current wastewater management system by expanding the wastewater collection network and pumping stations, all with the aim of serving the overall welfare of the people of Zarqa and boosting the expanding governorate’s economic prospects.

     

     

     

    Description of Actual Services Provided by Your Staff:

    Project management , Water supply design, design review ,construction supervision

     

     

  • CATCHMENT REHABILITATION & AWARENESS

     

     

    Assignment Name:  MASTER PLAN REVIEW, CATCHMENT REHABILITATION & AWARENESS

    Country: Ethiopia

    Location within Country:  around Addis Ababa

    Start Date 2011

    Completion Date 2012

    Name of Client: Addis Ababa Water Supply and Sanitation Development and  Rehabilitation Office

     

     

    Narrative Description of Project:

     

    Consultancy Service for Master Plan Review, Catchment Rehabilitation and Awareness Creation for Geferssa, Legedadi, and Dire Catchment Areas

     

    The Project main objectives are

     • Rehabilitation the degraded catchment of Legedadi, Dire, and Geffersa Dams to minimize risk of siltation into the dams

     • Improving overall water quality

     • Raising the holding capacity of the dams

     

    The main tasks involved in the Project implementation include the following:

     • Reviewing the Master Plan for the three catchment areas

     • Identification of all stakeholders than can be directly influenced by the implementation of the Project

     • Carrying out awareness creation campaign

     • Conducting feasibility study and detailed design of water supply schemes for the three catchment areas

     • Catchment rehabilitation and sustainability of rehabilitation

     • Overall supervision of the Project Construction

    Description of Actual Services Provided by Your Staff:

    Engineering Design, Water Resources & Environmental Studies

    Construction Supervision

     

     

  • AL-ISLAH WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM

     

     

    Assignment Name: Al-Islah Water Supply System

    Country: Al-Islah / Iraq

    Name of Client: Al-Bareh Contracting Company and Tal'at Contracting Company

    Start Date (Month/Year): 21/11/2007

    Completion Date(Month/Year):  30/04/2008

    Cost: $ 150 million USD

     

     

    Narrative Description of Project:

     

    The purpose of this project is to:

    - Design of inlet structure from Alfourate River.

    - Design of low lifting Station with total capacity of 66,000 m3/day.

    - Design of Water treatment plant with total capacity of 66,000m3/day. The work includes design of clarifiers, flash mixing tank, filtration and chlorination system.

    - Design of Booster pumping station

    - Design of three Elevated tanks with capacity of 1,000 m3 for each

    - Design of 110 Km of transmission pipelines with various diameters of 300-800 mm.

     

    Description of Actual Services Provided by Your Staff:

    Detailed design, preparation of construction and shop drawings.

     

  • PRELIMINARY & FEASIBILITY STUDIES

     

     

     

    PRELIMINARY&FEASIBILITY STUDIES- NORTH AMMAN WATER NETWORK

    Location

    North Amman

     

    Client

    Jordan Water Co Miyahuna

     

    Construction Cost

    $ 226,000 USD

     

    Date

    2008-2009

     

    Services Provided

    Preliminary and detailed design of water networks

     

     

    Project Description:

     

    The Project includes the following major tasks:

     

     • Population projection up to year 2035.

     • Demand calculation and the overall water requirement of the project four zones.

     • Water Resource Assessment.

     • Preliminary and detailed design of the Water Supply Networks, Pumping Station, Ground Reservoirs, Towers.

     • Approximate length of water network designed = 502,000 L. M.

  • AL MUTHANA INTEGRATED WATER AND SANITATION

     

    Location:

    Muthana Governorate, Iraq

     

    Client

    UNDP-Iraq

    Construction Cost

    N.A.

    Date

    2009

    Services Provided

    Design Services for the Development of a Master Plan

     

     

    Project Description

     

    The purpose of this project is to calculate the water requirements, Assess the water resources needs and to assess the main pipelines diameters and pumping station capacities as well as treatment facilities needed in Al – Muthana Governorate The envisaged master plan outcomes shall result in identifying the following, without being limited to them:

     • Sector optimum capital investment projects requirements in a staged development manner up to the horizon 2040.

     • Sector human resources projected requirements in a staged development manner up to the horizon 2040.

     • Sector Operation and Maintenance (O&M) expenditures requirements in a staged development manner up to the horizon 2040.

     • Sector manpower capacity building requirements for development and subsequent updating of the master plan (i.e Muthana relevant technical department).

     

  • WATER SUPPLY NETWORKS IN SEYOUN

     

    Assignment Name:

    Water Supply Networks in Seyoun and Tarim Cities

     

    Country:

    Seyoun /Yemen

     

    Location within country:

    Seyoun / Hadramout -Yemen

     

    Name of Client:

    Ministry of Water and Environment

     

    Start Date

    10/10/2005

     

    Completion Date

    10/12/2006

     

     

    Narrative Description of Project:

     

    A World Bank funded project that include the undertaking of a feasibility study to determine the project's financial viability.  The project also included the detailed design of water supply networks, study of the water resources, and conducting Hydraulic Analysis studies for the project area.  An Environmental Impact Assessment for all project components was also required. (This project was done in association with KOCKS Consultant)

     

     

    Description of Actual Services Provided by Your Staff:

     

     Design

     

     

  • UPGRADING & EXPANSION - SALT WATER SYSTEM

     

     

     

     

    Assignment Name:

    upgrading and expansion of salt water system.

     

    Location within country:

    Salt – Jordan

     

    Name of Client:

    Ministry of Water and Irrigation/Water Authority/Jordan

     

    Start Date (Month/Year):

    May 1991

     

    Completion Date (Month/Year):

    May 1992

     

    Cost:

    $23,500,000

     

     

    Narrative Description of Project:

     

    The purpose of this project is to upgrade and expand the existing water system of Salt by installing black steel, ductile iron, polyethylene and galvanized pipes with different diameters.

    Four pumping stations were designed with capacity range from 50 m3/hr to 900 m3/hr.

    Eight ground reservoirs with a capacity range from 50 m3 up to 300 m3, and elevated tank with a capacity of 100 m3 were designed to serve different locations of Salt and adjacent areas.

     

    Description of Actual Services Provided by Your Staff:

    Design, tender documents.

     

  • MIDDLE JORDAN VALLEY IMPROVEMENT

     

     

    Assignment Name:

    Middle Jordan Valley Irrigation Water Quality Improvement

     

    Location within country

    Middle Ghor, Jordan

     

    Name of Client

    Ministry of Water and Irrigation/Water Authority/Jordan

     

    Start Date

    1993

     

    Completion Date

    1994

     

    Cost

    N.A.

     

     

    Narrative Description of Project:

     

    The project comprises of a pump station near Deir Alla and piping works to enable mixing of water sources to improve water quality.

    Also it covers the replacement of twin 900 mm pipes by new 1500 mm concrete pipes and sluice gates at Zarqa weir.

     

    Description of Actual Services Provided by Your Staff:

    Supervision.

     

     

  • MISCELLANEOUS SEWER - BALQA & AMMAN

     

     

     

    Project Name : Miscellaneous sewer in Albalqa’ and Amman

    Client : Water Authority

    Location : Albalqa’ and Amman

    Start Date : 2001 - 2003

    Completion Date : 8/2003

    Services Provided :  Supervision

    Construction Cost : 3,908,100 US

     

    Characteristics :

     

     •  Sewer lines main and subsidiary of different diameters ranging from 150-300 mm and length of 39 245 m. I.

     •  Sewer lines main and subsidiary of different diameters ranging from 150-300 mm and length of 14 895 m. I.

     •  Sewer lines with different diameters ranging from 150-400 mm and the length of 40000 m. I.

     •  Sewer lines with different diameters ranging from 150-200 mm and length of 27 908 m. I

     

     

     

  • ABU BARQA DAM

     

     

    Project Name    : ABU BARQA DAM

    Client : Jordan River Foundation / Mercy Crops

    Location :  Wadi Araba, jordan

    Date :     01/06/2003 - 2004

    Services Provided :  - Design Review

     • Construction Supervision

     • Issuing Contract Documents

    Construction Cost : US $ 1,555,660

     

     

    Description :

     

    The project works include construction of earth dam covered by concrete slabs with a capacity of 250.000 m3 and Exemplary farm consist of administration building, steel structure hungers external works and landscaping.

  • JORDAN RIVER TO AL-KARAMEH DAM

     

     

     

    Project Name    : DIVERSION OF WATER FROM JORDAN RIVER TO AL-KARAMEH DAM

    Client : Jordan Valley Authority / Ministry of Water and Irrigation

    Location :  Middle Jordan Valley

    Date :     04/08/2003

    Services Provided :  Construction Supervision

    Construction Cost : US $ 3,750,000

     

     

    Description :

     

    The aim of project is transfer of water from Jordan River to Karameh Dam during flood period in the rate of 11.5 Million m3/year.

     

       The Supervision Staff consist of the following members: -

    - Chief Engineer

    - Civil Engineer

    - Mechanical Engineer

    - Electrical Engineer

    - Lab Technician

    - Foreman

    - Surveyor

     

     

     

  • HYDRAULIC ANALYSIS OF WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM

     

     

    Project Name : Hydraulic Analysis of Greater Amman water supply system

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

    Location : Greater Amman - Jordan

    Date : 1995 - 1997

    Services Provided :  Studies, Mapping, Analysis.

    Construction Cost : 100.000.000 US$

     

     

    Description :

     

    - Study of the existing network of Greater Amman (pipes, wells, reservoirs and pumping station)

    - Mapping using GDS system

    - Analysis of the existing network using kypipe software to rebuild the network with minimum leakage and pumping cost.

    - Study and analysis of the existing wells which supplying water to Greater Amman

    - Hydraulic modeling of the existing well field collector mains such as (Rusefeh, Yajouz, Swaqqa and Tadj well fields)

     

  • CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION - TRANSMISSION PIPELINE

     

     

     

    Construction Supervision of transmission pipeline – QASTAL

    Location:

    Amman, Abu-Alandah, Jordan

    Name of Client:

    Water Authority of Jordan

    Start Date

    2006 - 2011

     

     

    Narrative Description of Project:

     

    The project is one of the strategic projects for water sector in Jordan.

    The project aims to convey the excessive amount of water to the city of Amman & Sahab.

    Works included the supply of materials, construction, completion, testing, sterilization commissioning & maintenance of the water pipelines & connection to the existing 600mm pipeline & to the 1000mm Zara pipeline at Muntazah Pumping Station & connection to Abu Alanda Reservoir.

     

    The scope of work also includes conducting design review for the restricted joints, surge analysis and surge vessels.

    Description of Actual Services Provided by Your Staff:

    Construction Supervision and Design Review.

     

  • PRELIMINARY STUDIES AND COST ESTIMATES

     

     

    Assignment Name:

    Preparation of Preliminary Studies and Cost Estimates for Water Supply Networks of South Amman Villages

     

    Location within Country:

    Southern Part of Amman, jordan

     

    Name of Client:

    Jordan Water Company/ Miyahuna

     

    Start Date (Month/Year):

    02/01/2008

     

    Completion Date(Month/Year):

    02/07/2008

     

     

    Narrative Description of Project:

     

    The Project includes the following components:

     • Study the existing condition of water supply system and updating the water networks using GIS.

     • Performing hydraulic analysis up to 2035

     • Suggest any proposals for rehabilitation and/or restructuring and reinforcements

     • Water demand forecasting.

     

    Description of Actual Services Provided by Your Staff:

    Engineering Design.

     

     

  • TABAQAT FAHEL (STAGE: 1+11)

     

     

    Assignment Name:

    Tabaqat Fahil (Stage I+II)

     

    Country:

    Jordan, North Ghor

     

    Start Date (Month/Year):

    2/1997

     

    Completion Date (Month/Year):

    1/1999

     

    Name of Client:

    Ministry of Water and Irrigation/Water Authority/Jordan

     

    Cost:

    $ 8.4 million

     

     

    Narrative Description of Project:

     

    The project is located at Northern Jordan Valley. Starts from Tabaqat Fahel Springs near Maysharfe Town going up to Existing Wadi Arab Treatment Plant along the main road.

    The project objective is to collect water from Tabaqat Fahel Springs by Hydraulic structures and transport the water to a ground storage tank 2000 m3 capacity by gravity line 600mm diameter water pipeline 18km long, then pumping the water through pumping station no. 4 located in North Shuna to existing reservoir in Wadi Arab treatment Station (WAWTS) by a pressure line 600mm diameter 15km long.

    After those three pumping stations to existing reservoir in Zabda – Irbid will pump water.

    Description of Actual Services Provided by Your Staff:

    Supervision

     

  • DAMYA IRRIGATION PROJECT

     

     

    Assignment Name:

    REHABILITATION OF DAMYA IRRIGATION PROJECT

     

    Location within Country:

    Middle Ghor/ Damya, Jordan

     

    Name of Client:

    Ministry of Water and Irrigation/ Jordan Valley Authority

     

    Start Date

    2007 - 2008

     

     

    Narrative Description of Project:

     

    The Project involves the supply and installation of new Ductile Iron Pipes (D.I.P) with diameters ranging between 450, 400, 300, 250, 150 mm and a total length of 9,000 m as a substitution for the current pipeline; with all related devices and valves.

     

    The Project also includes the following:

     

     • Separating the feeding spots of the agricultural units from the existing pipeline

     • connecting these spots with the newly constructed pipeline.

     • Rehabilitation and paving of the existing road (wide 4m, length 4 km).

    Description of Actual Services Provided by Your Staff:

    Construction Supervision