Tenders floated for an integrated water management system

After successfully implementing the centralised, integrated water management system (CIWMS) in the 1,200 mm supply pipeline, GMDA has now floated tenders for implementing the same in the 1,300 mm pipeline. As part of the centralised monitoring system implemented within the GMDA-notified area, various control and measuring system readings will be transferred online to the centralised monitoring facility.

To ensure Water supply in every sector

  • The GMDA conducted a pilot project of the centralised, integrated water management system (CIWMS) on the Basai-Dundahera (1200 mm) pipeline in 2022 to ensure that even the last sectors in the pipeline could get adequate water supply during summer.
  • The core purpose of adopting this advanced management system is to ensure that water reaches equally to every household and that no underground tank, which falls under the GMDA purview, remains devoid of adequate water supply. This helps in controlling leakages and overflows.

This will cover the quantity of water lifted from various sources and will also monitor water flow, water quality, energy consumption, pump efficiency, amount of clear water pumped and pressure optimisation, etc.

The water infrastructure will have a centralised monitoring facility with GIS-based visibility and control of assets, water-related analytics, role-based dashboards, reports, water incident management, resource allocation and availability, water infrastructure, security and equitable water distribution to all consumers falling on the proposed line.

The software control of devices will be implemented on the CIWMS software.

According to the tender document, the contractor will be responsible for the assessment, site survey and finalisation of the detailed project plan, supply, installation and commissioning of related field equipment for remote water management.

The contractor will be responsible for supplying, installing and commissioning related field equipment for remote management of the water supply treatment plant (WTP) at Basai, Chandu Budhera and Sector 16 booster station. He will also be responsible for the integration of flow meters.


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