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Sewerage Design and Construction Guarare (PANAMA)

Sewerage Design and Construction Guarare (PANAMA)

Description Customer and Project

The Panama National Counsel for Sustainable Development (CONADES) is the state entity with the objective of preparing and execution programs aimed at attending to the supply of drinking water and sewerage services.

In this context, NIP, S.A. has Designed the sewerage network for Guarare, including the residual water pumping stations and the purifier, as well as the Construction of one part of the designed network, including the pumping station

Tasks developed

  • Guarare Consortium Management, formed for executing the works.
  • Construction design of the sewerage network, including the necessary pumping stations and their impellers as well as designing the EDAR [Residual Water Purifying Station]:

o Target population: 15,000 inhabitants
o Domestic connections: 1,700
o Network length: about 30 km of pipes

Supervision Benfica- Futungo ANGOLA

Supervision Benfica- Futungo ANGOLA

Description Customer and Project

The Angolan Energy and Water Ministry (MINEA) has trusted in the experience of NIP, S.A. to execute the Consultancy, Supervision and Monitoring Works of the contracts and subcontracts for the execution of adduction works between the Benfica condominium and the Furungo de Belas condominium

Tasks developed

The works carried out by our work team consisted of:

  • Supervision of contracts and subcontracts for execution of the works.
  • Supervision and monitoring of the works construction phases.
  • Supervision and monitoring of the acquisition and installation of materials and equipment .
  • Customer assessment for acceptance of the finished works.
  • Monitoring compliance with the mitigation measures in the Environmental Impact Study .
  • Health and Safety Assessment.
  • Processing of documentation generated in the development of Services
Alberca Programme.  Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment

Alberca Programme. Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment

Description Customer and Project

This project identifies, organizes and classifies documents for registry in the Duero Hydrographical Confederation Registry for General Use of Public Water, as well as the administrative dossiers for processing the usage existing in the physical files or computer systems of this body.

All the information existing in the files and the technical project have been consulted and analysed and the information recompiled from the physical and computer files has been related to the different registrations in the General Register of Public Water Usage, focussing on those aspects that can help the identification of usage, like for example:

  • The initial usage title and the successive changes of the same until now.
  • The geographical situation of the usage.
  • The characteristics with which the usage right was granted or recognized.
  • The modifications of the usage characteristics throughout its history.

 Tasks developed

  • Study and organization of the information corresponding to the usage.
  • Cartography of the dossier outlets and usage.
  • Reconnaissance visit to the usage.
  • Updating of owners and rights files.
  • Previous proposal report.
  • Proposal report, derived initiation and delivery .
  • Inclusion in the public water registry book .
  • Ownership change procedure.
  • Cancellation of rights procedure.
  • Loading of database and Geographical.
  • Information System..
Drinking water supply system for Tômbwa city

Drinking water supply system for Tômbwa city

Description Customer and Project

The National Indicative Programme was signed on 5th February 1998 between the Angolan Government and the European Commission manifesting the political will of the European Commission to support the renovation actuation of the drinking water and sewerage infrastructures in Angola.

Later the European Commission received a request from the National Authorising Officer for intervention in the renovation and expansion of the current drinking water supply for Tômbwa city, including the installation of new infrastructures in order to improve its current capacity and therefore resolve the current shortage problems, as well as resolving the problem of increasing medium and long-term water demand.

NIP, S.A. participated as consultant in modernizing the Tômbwa city supply system.

Tasks developed

Technical Area:

  • Organization of a land registry system for the existing water distribution infrastructures.
  • Supervision of the renovation / construction works for deep water table wells, aqueducts and storage tanks.
  • Support to the processing of domestic sewerage and wastewater, as well as the later correct “purification” limiting environmental damage.
  • Correct operation and maintenance of the new water supply system, including the organization of administrative services and storage.
  • Implementation of a system assuring water quality in the grid.
  • Implementation of a technical management system.

Administrative and Financial Area:

  • Support to the creation of the UGAST organic statute.
  • Introduction of a commercial management administrative and accounting system suitable for the new water supply .system and for a more efficient organizational structure.
  • Analytical study of rates in the framework of a cost recuperation policy.
  • Identification of the UGAST services, which can be subcontracted to local private companies.
  • Preparation of the UGAST human resources development programme

Commercial Area:

  • Preparation of grid connection contracts
  • Implementation of a new and efficient recollection and volume system.

Training Area:

  • “In situ” training of the UGAST human resources in computerized commercial management of services, as well as system operation and maintenance.
  • Preparation of operation and maintenance manuals.
Implementation of the Corporate GIS in CESAN (BRAZIL-ES)

Implementation of the Corporate GIS in CESAN (BRAZIL-ES)

Description Customer and Project

CCESAN is the main water distribution and sewerage company of the Espirito Santo State in Brazil. It has more than 6,500 km of water grids and more than 500,000 outlets giving service to a population of more than 3,000,000 inhabitants.

The main objective is to supply a Corporate GIS for CESAN with a Centralized database allowing maintenance of the grid information and cartography, improving customer attention, improving maintenance operation management and extending grids, and the optimization of loss management using a mathematical moulding of the grid.

Tasks developed

  • Preparation of Functional Requirements and Design.
  • Construction and Commissioning of the GIS application.
  • Supply of ArcGIS Licenses from ESRI
  • Structuring and digitalization of background cartography and grids.
  • User training
  • Assisted operation and User support.
  • Corrective and evolution maintenance during 1 year.