The company is part of a multi-disciplinary team and will undertake the Process and Hydraulic Design for the WTW, as well as the Civil-Engineering Design for certain components of the plant.
This project will increase the treatment capacity of Mmamashia WTW from 110 Ml/day to 220 Ml/day. The upgrade is part of a larger project that will strengthen water supply to Lobatse/Barolong, Thamaga/Moshupa/Kanye, Molepolole and Mochudi/Bokaa catchment areas within the Greater Gaborone corridor.
Ceenex was awarded the project based on its impressive track record designing water infrastructure.
“Established in 1970 to manage a water supply and distribution project in the Shashe Development Area, the WUC is now responsible for supplying water and waste-water services to Gaborone, Francistown, Lobatse, Jwaneng, Selebi-Phikwe and Sowa. It is an essential component of far-reaching reforms undertaken in the country over recent years to provide efficient water and waste-water services to citizens of the country. We are looking forward to working with this progressive client to help bring relief to an area of the country that has been severely impacted by water shortages,” Sarel Holtzhausen, Executive Director of Ceenex, concludes.