Milestones

The following are the major milestones and phases of the project:

  • Aug – Dec 2014 (accomplished) – Assessment of damage and new location: The damage to the three reservoirs and to the water supply system was assessed and a new location was identified
  • Jan 2015 (accomplished) – Feasibility study of the new location: A feasibility study was done through the municipality showing the suitability of the new location for a water reservoir
  • Jan – Feb 2015 – Geological assessment: A geological assessment for the new location is an essential step to ensure the safety and sustainability of the new reservoir
  • Feb – March 2015 – Project Documentation: Identifying a company (through a public tender procedure), contracting and production of technical project documentation
  • March – April 2015 – Contract with Construction Company: Identifying (through a public tender procedure) and contracting a construction company
  • April – July 2015 – Construction and Supervision: Constructing the reservoir and primary and secondary water supply system and connecting it to the existing system (construction company); Supervising and monitoring the work of the construction company (Caritas)
  • August 2015 – Technical Checking: The project will undergo a thorough technical checking with a following adjustment period before the technical acceptance by Caritas
  • Sept 2015 – Handover: The restored Water Supply System is handed over to the community
In the middle of this ravine was the largest of the three reservoirs - it is not at the bottom of the hill

In the middle of this ravine was the largest of the three reservoirs – it is not at the bottom of the hill

The olsdest and smallest of the three reservoirs is still standing; even though heavily damaged

The olsdest and smallest of the three reservoirs is still standing; even though heavily damaged

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