Eptisa will provide technical consultancy for the construction and rehabilitation of schools in Georgia

The project is part of the Improved Learning Environment Infrastructure Activity Program, which will involve the full rehabilitation of selected school facilities, utility upgrades, and provision of laboratories

June 08 2015

The Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), a bilateral United States foreign aid agency, has awarded Eptisa a new consultancy contract in Georgia to provide technical support to MCC during the construction and rehabilitation of schools and related facilities in ten regions of Georgia until January 2017: Adjara, Guria, Imereti, Kakheti, KvermoKartli, Mtskheta-Mtianeti, Racha-Lechkhumi, Samegrelo-ZemoSvaneti, Samtskhe-Javakheti and ShidaQartli.

MCC funding in Georgia has the overall objective of improve the quality of education by improving the conditions of the facilities and the physical environment of schools, which directly results in the comfort of students and their educational achievement. The Improved Learning Environment Infrastructure Activity (ILEIA) program will involve the full internal and external rehabilitation of selected school facilities, utility upgrades, and provision of laboratories.

Eptisa will be responsible for the project assessment and planning, due diligence on behalf of MCA-Georgia, field studies, feasibility and pre-design studies, environment, social, resettlement studies and plans, detailed design and preparation of bidding documents, construction supervision, and operation and maintenance, training, and miscellaneous services for works associated with schools’ infrastructure projects, including with water and sanitation and other ancillary facilities.


 
 Eptisa will provide technical consultancy for the construction and rehabilitation of schools in Georgia