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



Client: Millennium Challenge Account (MCA) of Jordan

Location: Al Zarqa Governorate - Jordan

Services Provided: Project Management, Water Supply Design, Design Review, Construction Supervision

Construction Cost: 160 million USD

Starting Date: 2012

Completion Date: 2016



Project Description:


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.