Featured Tender: Consultancy Services for Review of Feasibility Study, Preparation of Detailed Design and Tender Documents of the Proposed Pesi Dam Water Supply Project

Featured Tender: Kenya

Contract Number:

CRVWWDA/PESI/C/DAM/1/2019-2020 (Expression of Interest) – Central Rift Valley Water Works Development Agency

Description:

Central Rift Valley Water Works Development Agency was established under Water Act 2016, as an autonomous agency reporting to the Ministry of Water & Sanitation and Irrigation. The Agency was created to improve delivery of water services within areas of its jurisdiction which include Baringo, Laikipia, Nakuru, Narok and Nyandarua Counties mainly through construction of National Bulk Water and Sewerage Works. The primary objective of Pesi Dam Water Supply Project is to provide a reliable and sustainable water supply to Nyahururu Town, Ol Kalou, Ol Joro Olok, Ndaragwa, Mairo Inya, Karampton and other needy areas within the project areas. Kenya Water Security and Climate Resilience Project – Phase 1 Preparation of a National Water Infrastructure Investment Pipeline (NWIIP), Feasibility Study for Malewa Dam and Water Supply to Ol Kalou, Naivasha and Gilgil Towns in Nyandarua and Nakuru Counties Feasibility Study of Water Supply to Ol Kalou Town by EGIS – EAU in September 2019. The Ministry of Water, Sanitation and Irrigation through Central Rift Valley Water Works Development Agency intends to identify a suitable Consultancy firm to undertake the Review of the Feasibility Study, Carry out the Detailed Design and Prepare Tender Document for the water supply system for the proposed project area. Scope of works: (i) Review the Feasibility study of the dam and water supply system; ((ii) Carry out Hydrological study, Geological and Geotechnical Studies of the selected 2 dam sites and based on the results of the study, select the most suitable dam site; (iii) Carry out detailed Dam Design including spillway and Intake structure and other ancillary works based on the existing feasibility study; (iv) Prepare Dam Safety Plans / Report; (v) Carry out route survey, preliminary and detailed design of water transmission pipeline from the treatment plant to supply areas; (vii) Carry out Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) and assist the Client to acquire the Licence; (viii) Prepare the Resettlement Action Plan (RAP) and Valuation Report of Project Affected Persons / Institutions for areas affected by the Project and assist the Client in the Implementation of the RAP; (ix) Prepare Tender Documents; (x) Assist the Client in evaluation of the Tenders to Procure Contractor; and (xi) Prepare the Terms of Reference for Supervision Phase. The Central Rift Valley Water Works Development Agency hereby invites eligible Consultancy firms to indicate their interest for Consultancy Services.

Category Industry
Consultants Institutional, Water
Region Site Inspection
Kenya No Details
Closing Date Contract Period
15 May 2020 at 12:00 (Local Time) No details

 


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About Pauline Rainbird

I have been working at L2B since March 2011 and my current position is Deputy Head of Department - Africa. When I am not working I am either riding my bicycle or spending time with my dogs.

Developments coming soon in Africa

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Due to severe lack of adequate housing for the burgeoning populations in the various countries in Africa, more and more private developers are looking at building, not just housing estates, but whole new cities with the “Live, Work, Play” concept. Some of these new cities or mixed-use developments are still in the planning stages, but some are already underway :

Some of these developments are :

Pearl Marina – Uganda – is a development located on a 300 acre prime property located on the Garuga Peninsula in Uganda. The property is to be developed as a premium integrated water front destination, resort town and a premier Uganda tourism asset. The development will provide premium tourism and residential facilities, including hotels, conference facilities, luxury apartments, villas, a golf course, marinas, hospital, international school, modern office park and a retail centre. This is already under construction.

Tatu City – Kenya is the development of a new, world class mixed use and mixed income city centre for Nairobi, approximately 15km north of the current Nairobi City Centre in Kenya, East Africa. It covers an area of approximately 1 000 hectares and when developed, it will provide a comprehensive mix of land uses, including residential, retail, commercial, tourism, social facilities and recreation and will be privately managed. The developer, Tatu City Ltd, will undertake the servicing of the land parcels for onward sale to developers. The infrastructure includes roads, electricity, water, waste water and solid waste infrastructure as well as public landscaping and (possibly) some simple municipal building. Construction on the residential component is underway.

Vision City – Rwanda – The proposed development is set on a prime 158 hectare tract of land in Gaculiro, Kinyinya Sector of Gasabo district, this high end estate is adjacent to RSSB constructed Vision 2020 Estate and approximately 3 km from the proposed Central Business District (CBD) at Muhima and 6 km from Kigali International Airport. It will consist of over 4 500 units in different configurations ranging from luxury villas to apartments to be built in 4 phases over 8 years. Phase 1 is already underway.

Eco Medical Village – Ghana – This is a proposed medical village project development which is located in Accra, on a 30 acre site acquired adjacent to Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration in Ghana. The construction of a medical village in Ghana that will consist of: a 380 ward hospital, 120 ward women and children hospital, underground parking space for 1 000 vehicles, 120 ward housing for the elderly, 17 storey doctors’ offices, a medical shopping mall; all things health; 40 x unit studio apartments for medical trainees; a medical research center in collaboration with world renowned hospitals; a 4 star medical hotel, a 2 star medical hotel, air ambulance and paramedic services and a housing facility for medical staff. The sod-turning ceremony is scheduled for October this year.

Sharm El Sheikh – Egypt – The development is to consist of villas, townhouses, apartments, offices, hotels and shopping malls. The property is located on the edge of the Red Sea, the development spans a massive 437 000m² and features residential components including villas, townhouses and apartments with all properties created to maximise sea view. A seaside, 5-star hotel with 118 executive rooms, 30 suites, 10 Spa Suites, a Presidential Suite Villa and a Royal Suite Villa further complements a thriving community. The entire development is surrounded by a lushly landscaped, one-of-a-kind greenbelt orienting the hotel and the residential properties. Construction has commenced on the hotel.

Even in North Africa, there are new cities being considered :

Tunisia Economic City – Tunisia – This new city is located in Enfidha District in Tunisia (North Africa) in close proximity to the Enfidha Al-hammamat International airport which can help initially to speed up the building of the city. The 90 square kilometer project with an 18 kilometer beach front modern sustainable and Eco-friendly metropolis will be the home of 500 000 inhabitants and will provide 250 000 jobs once completed within 15 years from now. Construction has not yet commenced on this.

There is also a whole new capital city planned in Egypt, just outside Cairo :

New City – Egypt – is the construction of a whole new city, outside Cairo. This new city will become the country’s new capital. The new city is meant for the low and middle income earners and will include an airport, shopping mall, hotels and amenities such as schools and hospitals as well as providing homes to low and middle-income buyers. The new city is still to be named and will be built near the Suez Canal. A Chinese construction company have been awarded the contract to build the city and the infrastructure & civil works have started.

There is a very exciting project currently underway in Nigeria :

Eko Atlantic Development – Nigeria – This development is to be built on about nine million square metres of reclaimed land, 2.4 kilometres south of Ahmadu Bello Way, Victoria Island, Lagos in Nigeria. Once completed it will be one and a half times the size of the current Victoria Island. It is estimated that it will accommodate 250 000 residents and 150 000 commuters. The city will cover seven districts : Ocean Front, Harbour Lights, Business District, Eko Drive, Marina, Avenues and Downtown. The Business District will also house a convention centre, auditorium and hotels. Construction is well underway.

This is just the tip of the iceberg of new mixed-use developments up and coming in Africa.

If your company is looking for Leads on Construction Projects in Africa, you would need to subscribe to Private Projects to get information on these and many more up-and-coming projects in Africa. Please email me on MarlaineA@L2B.co.za so that I can assist you further.

About Marlaine Andersen

I have been working for Leads 2 Business, in the Private Projects Department, for 10 years this July. I am Deputy HoD for Private Projects. Researching mining projects and projects through-out the African continent are my areas of research and I find them most interesting.