MGC assisted in detailed designs for an intake with a capacity of 126,000 cubic meter/day, a 2,410m long raw water transmission main of 1000mm diameter DI pipe, a water treatment plant with a capacity of 60,000 cubic meters/day, a 6700m long clear water transmission main of 1000mm diameter DI pipe, clear water pumps to deliver 60,000 cubic meters/day, a high level reservoir of 15,000 cubic meter/day capacity and a 150km distribution pipeline. MGC additionally provided construction supervision to the project along with the implementation of quality control procedures, assessing of contractor quality plans, work plans, safety plans, progress monitoring and financial control.
MGC assisted the National Water Supply and Drainage Board with critical analysis of designs and specifications, aiding in preparing detailed designs for the envisaged project and the pre- qualifying of contractors. The overall project consisted of the construction of 15 service reservoirs, 5 pumping stations, procurement and installation of 11 pumping sets, construction of water treatment facility with a capacity of 72,000 cubic meters/day, procurement and laying of 26.4km transmission main for treated water, 105.1km distribution lines, 200km long 63mm pipelines to prevent non- revenue water (NRW), implementation of NRW reduction program and the procurement of laboratory equipment and vehicles required for the project.
MGC was instrumental in the detailed modeling and design of the complete sewerage system and its connecting infrastructure including bridge crossing, trenchless piping, manholes, mechanical & electrical (M&E) works for pump stations and pipe support.This comprised 92km length in pipes of varying diameters from 150 – 700mm, 9 lifting pump stations of capacities ranging from 500 – 3,500 cubic meters/day, laying of 175km of sewer lines of 150mm diameter and 11,000 sewage connections to houses in central Kandy.
MGC was tasked with the detailed design of the distribution system, with a comprehensive scope including demographic studies, water demand projections, hydraulic network modelling, surveying, preparation of plans and profiles of 260 km of water distribution pipelines including details of pipe bedding, culvert and bridge crossings, etc.