Improving Dushanbe’s water supply and sanitation
SMEC is providing project management, design and construction supervision services for the water supply and wastewater systems of Dushanbe, capital of Tajikistan.
SMEC is providing project management, design and construction supervision services to rehabilitate and improve the water supply and wastewater systems of Dushanbe, capital of Tajikistan.
This project is the first urban sector project financed by the Asian Development Bank in Tajikistan. It aims to rehabilitate Dushanbe’s water supply and sewerage facilities and improve resilience to climate change. With its population expected to triple by 2030, the city is placing a priority on providing safe water and improving environmental sanitation in urban areas.
As Project Management, Design and Construction Supervision Consultant, SMEC will support the Implementing Agency Dushanbevodokanal (a water utility company) and the Project Implementation Group in preparing detailed design and cost estimates, developing contract packages and supervising the construction of civil, mechanical and electrical works.
SMEC has won a series of infrastructure projects in the region and is proud to contribute to enhancing living standards for the people of Dushanbe.
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