Guyana Water Incorporated

Infrastructure, Planning and Implementation Department

The Infrastructure, Planning and Implementation Department (IPID) is responsible for the conceptualization and implementation of all capital investment works in accordance with the Company’s Strategic Plan. As our name suggests, we quite literally develop and improve existing capital infrastructural assets, such as pipe networks and production plants, so that our Operations Department can deliver improved levels of service to our valued customers.

The IPID currently comprises of three (3) units charged with the delivery of projects funded by:

(a) The Government of Guyana, (GOG) - Annual capital developmental works along the Coast and at Linden

(b) The Inter American Development Bank, (IDB) - Rehabilitation of the Water & Sewerage Networks within
Georgetown

(c) The World Bank (IDA-WB) Water Sector Consolidation Project – (Construction of three (3) new Water
Treatment Plants at Regions 2, 3 and 5.

The IPID is responsible for all stages of project development, management and evaluation managing large and small, capital-intensive projects within GWI. The Team also liaises with other organizational entities who are undertaking water-related projects. The primary activities are project management, and geographic-information management.

Functions:

Conceptualization and Delivery of Capital Investment Programme
Project Identification
Preparation of Tender Documents
Tender & Evaluation Processes
Contract Management
Post Project Evaluation
Tools
Auto CAD/GIS Unit
Water Modeling

Human Resources:

Project Manager
Project Development Manager
Design Engineer
Project Supervisor
Planning & Liaison Officer
CAD & GIS Systems Administrator
Auto CAD Technician

Capital Interventions for 2008-2009:

1. IDB Funds:

• Central Ruimveldt & Sophia Iron Removal Plants, Georgetown
Estimated Cost = GY$589M
The population to benefit = 40,000
Completion Date = March 2009

•Tucville Sewage Receiving Station, Georgetown
Estimated Cost = GY$83M
The population to benefit = 15,000
Completion Date = June 2008

•Shelter Belt Rehabilitation, Georgetown
Estimated Cost = GY63M
The population to benefit = 100,000
Completion Date = June 2008

2. Government of Guyana Funds - Georgetown:

•Agricola Trunk Main, Georgetown
Estimated Cost = GY$28M
The population to benefit = 12,000
Completion Date = June 2008

•Rehabilitation of Zones W1,5,17,18 - Georgetown
Estimated Cost = GY$600M
The population to benefit = 25,000
Completion Date = March 2009

•Sewer Pump Station Rehabilitation, Georgetown
Estimated Cost = GY$400M
The population to benefit = 50,000
Completion Date = March 2009

3. Government of Guyana Funds - Coastal:

•Drilling of Potable Wells, Charity and No 47, Region 2 and 6
Estimated Cost = GY$60M
The population to benefit = 15,000
Completion Date = June 2008

•Service Connection Upgrade and Water Meter Installation Onderneeming – Hibernia, Region 2
Estimated Cost = GY$25M
The population to benefit = 8,000
Completion Date = December 2008

•Water Meter Installation Cullen - Johanna Cecelia, Region 2
Estimated Cost = GY$25M
The population to benefit = 12,000
Completion Date = December 2008

•Service Connection Upgrade and Water Meter Installation Bagotville - Canal # 1, Region 3
Estimated Cost = GY$27M
The population to benefit = 8,000
Completion Date = December 2008

•Water Meter Installation – La Grange, Region 3
Estimated Cost = GY$16M
The population to benefit = 8,000
Completion Date = December 2008

•Pearl Distribution Rehab, EBD
Estimated Cost = GY$12M
The population to benefit = 1300
Completion Date = June 2008

•Friendship Transmission Upgrade, ECD
Estimated Cost = GY$20M
The population to benefit = 15,000
Completion Date = December 2008

•Service Connection Upgrade and Water Meter Installation in Foulis Service Area, ECD
Estimated Cost = GY$20M
The population to benefit = 8,000
Completion Date = December 2008

•Service Connection Upgrade and Water Meter Installation in Union to El Dorado, Region 5
Estimated Cost = GY$20M
The population to benefit = 8,000
Completion Date = December 2008

•Service Connection Upgrade Rosehall to Whim, Region 6
Estimated Cost = GY$30M
The population to benefit = 10,000
Completion Date = December 2008

•Service Connection Upgrade East Canje, Region 6
Estimated Cost = GY$20M
The population to benefit = 6,000
Completion Date = December 2008

4. Department for International Development (DFID) Funds:

•Service Connection Upgrade – Charity, Region 2
Estimated Cost = GY$20M
The population to benefit = 6,000
Completion Date = December 2008

•Water Meter Installation - Charity, Region 2
Estimated Cost = GY$15M
The population to benefit = 6,000
Completion Date = December 2008

•Service Connection Upgrade and Water Meter Installation in Pouderoyen, Region 3
Estimated Cost = GY$30M
The population to benefit = 6,000
Completion Date = December 2008

•Service Connection Upgrade and Water Meter Installation in Met-En-Meerzorg, Region 3
Estimated Cost = GY$20M
The population to benefit = 6,000
Completion Date = December 2008

•Service Connection Upgrade in Fellowship Service Area, Region 3
Estimated Cost = GY$52M
The population to benefit = 6,000
Completion Date = December 2008

•Diamond/Kaneville/Grove Service Connection Upgrades, EBD
Estimated Cost = GY$20M
The population to benefit = 6,000
Completion Date = December 2008

•Water Meter Installation- EBD Phase 1
Estimated Cost = GY$20M
The population to benefit = 6,000
Completion Date = December 2008

•Installation of transmission main in De-Hoop, Region 3
Estimated Cost = GY$40M
The population to benefit = 15,000
Completion Date = December 2008

•Service Connection Upgrade Whim to Bush Lot, Region 6
Estimated Cost = GY$25M
The population to benefit = 7,000
Completion Date = December 2008

•Service Connection Upgrade No.1 to Albion, Region 6
Estimated Cost = GY$15M
The population to benefit = 8,000
Completion Date = December 2008

•Service Connection Upgrade - Glasgow to Edinburgh, Region 6
Estimated Cost = GY$19M
The population to benefit = 8,000
Completion Date = December 2008

•Water Meter Installation - Albion to Johns, Region 6
Estimated Cost = GY$20M
The population to benefit = 10,000
Completion Date = December 2008

•Distribution Upgrades in Linden
Estimated Cost = GY$15M
The population to benefit = 8,000
Completion Date = December 2008

•Procurement of Pumps, Linden
Estimated Cost = GY$16M
The population to benefit = 8,000
Completion Date = July 2008

•Service Connection Upgrade - Phase 2, Linden
Estimated Cost = GY$20M
The population to benefit = 5,000
Completion Date = December 2008

•Installation of Water Meters - Phase 2, Linden
Estimated Cost = GY$20M
The population to benefit = 5,000
Completion Date = December 2008

•Procurement of Water Meters
Estimated Cost = GY$60M
The population to benefit = N/A
Completion Date = July 2008

•Procurement of Leak Repair Materials
Estimated Cost = GY$30M
The population to benefit = N/A
Completion Date = July 2008

•Procurement of Galvanized Sleeves
Estimated Cost = GY$30M
The population to benefit = N/A
Completion Date = July 2008

•DMA Installation
Estimated Cost = GY$40M
The population to benefit = 15000
Completion Date = December 2008

6. Government of Guyana Linden Funds:

•Service Connection Upgrade - Phase 1, Linden
Estimated Cost = GY$30M
The population to benefit = 7,000
Completion Date = December 2008

•Installation of Water Meters - Phase 1, Linden
Estimated Cost = GY$20M
The population to benefit = 5,000
Completion Date = December 2008

7. World Bank Funds:

•Design and Construction of Water Treatment Plants at Lima, Vergenoegen and Cotton Tree
Estimated Cost = GY$1.3B
The population to benefit = 50,000
Completion Date = June 2009

•Construction of Transmission Main and DMA Setup
Estimated Cost = GY$516M
The population to benefit = 50,000
Completion Date = November 2008

•Distribution Service Upgrade Lot 1, 2, 3
Estimated Cost = GY$147M
The population to benefit = 50,000
Completion Date = June 2009

•Drilling of Wells Lima, Vergenoegen and Cotton Tree
Estimated Cost = GY$100M
The population to benefit = 50,000
Completion Date = May 2008

•Procurement of Materials for Revenue Metering and Service Connection Lot 1
Estimated Cost = GY$189M
The population to benefit = 12,000
Completion Date = July 2008

•Procurement of Materials for Revenue Metering and Service Connection Lot 2
Estimated Cost = GY$38M
The population to benefit = 10,000
Completion Date = July 2008

•Supervision of Design and Construction of Water Treatment Plants at Lima, Vergenoegen and Cotton Tree
Estimated Cost = GY$153M
The population to benefit = 50,000
Completion Date = June 2009

8. JICA Funds:

•Completion of No. 56 Treatment Plant
Estimated Cost = GY$290M
The population to benefit = 10,000
Completion Date = March 2008

•Service Connection Upgrade No. 74 to Line Path
Estimated Cost = GY$25M
The population to benefit = 8,000
Completion Date = December 2008

•WM Installation No. 51 to 73 Village Phase 3
Estimated Cost = GY$20M
The population to benefit = 8,000
Completion Date = December 2008

•Distribution Upgrades No 51 to Skeldon Phase 1
Estimated Cost = GY$25M
The population to benefit = 8,000
Completion Date = December 2008

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