Project Notice

PNR 20765
Organization Water & Sanitation Agency
Work Detail Project Objective and Expected Results The project objective is to: (i) ensure sustainable supply of safe water; (ii) reduce deteriorating environmental impacts due to untreated sewage disposal; and (iii) strengthen institutional capacity of LWASA to deliver improved services to the people of Metropolitan Lahore, and to become a financially strong entity. III. Project Description The Project consists of the following components: Component 1: Investment for safe water supply infrastructure, which will comprise the construction of a diversion structure for the surface water from BRBD Canal and associated SWTP, rehabilitation/replacement of leaking pipes and pumping machinery, and installation of bulk and consumer water meters. The total capacity of the SWTP will be 245,000 m3/day or 53.8 MGD. This component will also ensure that 100 percent schools/colleges in Lahore are connected with safe drinking water facility. Component 2: Investment for safe sanitation infrastructure, will include the construction of three WWTPs at the locations of Mahmood Booti, Shadbagh, and Shahdara; rehabilitation/replacement of inefficient wastewater pumping stations and selected sewer lines; and the construction of main trunk sewers to be connected with the new WWTPs. The proposed WWTPs will treat the wastewater from North and Northwest areas of Lahore. The plants will be fed by disposal stations located at Shadi Pura, Bhogiwal, Khokhar, Shadbagh, Shahdara and Farkhabad; and by drainage stations at Mehmood Booti and Siddique Pura through trunk sewers fed by secondary and tertiary sewerage networks. Component 3: Technical Support for Institutional Performance Improvement, and Project Construction Supervision. The LWASA will appoint Project Management Consultant (PMC) for the execution of activities relating to (a) institutional performance improvement; and (b) project construction supervision support.
Funded By Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank
Country Pakistan , Southern Asia
Project Value 533 Million

Work Detail

Project Objective and Expected Results The project objective is to: (i) ensure sustainable supply of safe water; (ii) reduce deteriorating environmental impacts due to untreated sewage disposal; and (iii) strengthen institutional capacity of LWASA to deliver improved services to the people of Metropolitan Lahore, and to become a financially strong entity. III. Project Description The Project consists of the following components: Component 1: Investment for safe water supply infrastructure, which will comprise the construction of a diversion structure for the surface water from BRBD Canal and associated SWTP, rehabilitation/replacement of leaking pipes and pumping machinery, and installation of bulk and consumer water meters. The total capacity of the SWTP will be 245,000 m3/day or 53.8 MGD. This component will also ensure that 100 percent schools/colleges in Lahore are connected with safe drinking water facility. Component 2: Investment for safe sanitation infrastructure, will include the construction of three WWTPs at the locations of Mahmood Booti, Shadbagh, and Shahdara; rehabilitation/replacement of inefficient wastewater pumping stations and selected sewer lines; and the construction of main trunk sewers to be connected with the new WWTPs. The proposed WWTPs will treat the wastewater from North and Northwest areas of Lahore. The plants will be fed by disposal stations located at Shadi Pura, Bhogiwal, Khokhar, Shadbagh, Shahdara and Farkhabad; and by drainage stations at Mehmood Booti and Siddique Pura through trunk sewers fed by secondary and tertiary sewerage networks. Component 3: Technical Support for Institutional Performance Improvement, and Project Construction Supervision. The LWASA will appoint Project Management Consultant (PMC) for the execution of activities relating to (a) institutional performance improvement; and (b) project construction supervision support.

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Project Name Lahore Water and Wastewater Management Project

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