Georgia has applied for financing from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) toward the cost of the Livable Cities Investment Project (LCIP) for Balanced Development under a sector loan for financing the project – Construction of Kindergartens and Sport Complexes in different regions of Georgia and Supervision of the Construction of the urban and tourism infrastructure across three urban area clusters.
The main purpose of the project is the construction of 20 Kindergartens and 4 Sports Complexes in different regions of Georgia, as well as support the local economy in the selected clusters by carrying out an integrated approach to tourism development, focusing on infrastructure, urban regeneration, cultural heritage restoration, and enabling the environment to attract private sector investments. These include integrated solutions that bring co-benefits to the citizens in the development of the urban clusters.
The civil works contracts to be supervised includes a variety of works, such as restoration of buildings and cultural heritage monuments/sights, touristic infrastructure, as well as municipal water/wastewater systems, lighting, local roads and utility services. These works also include both reconstruction/rehabilitation/renovation and construction of Kindergarten and Sport Complex buildings with particular attention on structural works and implementation of energy efficiency measures.
The purpose of construction supervision is to execute control over the rehabilitation works in order to ensure high quality of construction, adherence to the terms of work execution provided for in the construction contracts in compliance with the detailed design and specification requirements, which in its turn will result in reliability, long-term sustainability and efficient operation of the rehabilitated works.