Water Supply
WATER SUPPLY NETWORKS IN MALAYSIA AND INTERNATIONALLY; FROM ABSTRACTION TO DISTRIBUTION

Minconsult's Water Supply Division has an enviable track record of successfully completed local and international projects that bears testimony to the depth of technical knowledge and skills of its engineers. Some of its projects include the Nepal Water Supply Phase IV in India; the Kano River Project in Nigeria; and the Municipal Water Supply System in Antigua, West Indies. Minconsult has undertaken a large number of water projects that include a review of the regulatory framework for the Malaysian water supply (New Water Supply Rules and New Regulation on Fees & Charges under the Water Services Industry Act (WSIA) 2006), as well as specialized water projects, such as an Asset Replacement Programme for Water Distribution Assets owned and operated by SYABAS in Northern Selangor .

The consultancy services provided for The WSIA in 2006 focused on the formulation of uniform water supply rules for adoption within Peninsular Malaysia and the Federal Territory of Labuan, and resulted in the preparation of a new set of Water Supply Rules, Regulations on Fees and Charges, as well as a set of standard drawings, and the holding of stakeholders' workshops and co-ordination of specialist inputs. The Division's portfolio also includes projects such as the Back-Up Water Supply for the National Sports Complex in Kuala Lumpur, and water rectification network for the Asian Institute of Medical Science and Technology (AIMST) campus in Kedah.

Water Supply Division's Portfolio

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