The Asian Development Bank has renewed their trust in Eptisa with the award of a project to improve water systems in Georgia

The project will be developed in five towns of the country

February 11 2013

The Asian Development Bank has awarded to Eptisa a new project titled “Urban Services Improvement Investment Program – Project 1, Georgia” with a budget of USD 10,252,146.80.

The aim of the project is to improve water supply and sewerage networks to improve health and living conditions of the population in the towns of Anaklia, Mestia, Kutaisi, Poti and Ureki.

Eptisa will be the Resident Engineer to the Contracts and assist the United Water Supply Company of Georgia (UWSCG) during the construction supervision and control of the civil works in those five towns, ensuring that works are performed under FIDIC MDB Harmonized Edition Conditions of Contract and Plant.

The project involves a great part of on the job training to strengthen the capacity of the UWSCG staff in supervision of construction, management and monitoring.

Eptisa has a strong experience in delivering the following services: Infrastructure Improvement, Institutional Strengtheningand Investment Project, providing support including detailed engineering, construction supervision, compliance, preparation of subsequent projects for Investment Program and public awareness program on health, hygiene, sanitation and water conservation.

Eptisa has been working in Georgia since 2008 and has gained an outstanding reputation amongst our clients for successful project implementation and results.


 
 The Asian Development Bank has renewed their trust in Eptisa with the award of a project to improve water systems in Georgia