Procurement, Costing & Pricing and Contract Management of Borehole Construction - Zambia Short Course Report Striving for Professionalism in Cost Effective Boreholes in Zambia
ADEKILE, D and DANERT, K
Year of Publishing
The Ministry of Local Government and Housing (MLGH) Zambia and the Water and Resources Management Authority (WARMA) weresupported by the cooperation of UNICEF and Skat Foundation to strengthen capacity in the country with respect to siting, drilling, supervision, procurement and contract management. The support included the delivery of a five-day short course to 38 participants in Zambia on drilling procurement, costing & pricing and contract management. This report presents the proceedings and outcomes of the course.
ADEKILE, D and DANERT, K (2016) Procurement, Costing & Pricing and Contract Management of Borehole Construction - Zambia Short Course Report. Striving for Professionalism in Cost Effective Boreholes in Zambia , Skat Foundation , Skat Foundation
MORE INFORMATION ON OTHER WEBSITES
Groundwater cannot be found everywhere. If properly located, a borehole can provide a good supply of water. If it is not, it will fail resulting in wasted investment. This short film explains good borehole siting and its importance.
Water supply systems fail for a number of reasons. One reason is that the borehole was not properly constructed in the first place. This short film explains the procedures needed to provide a good drilled water supply that can last for many years. Construction needs to be carried out by a reputable driller and there is need for independent and professional supervision.
Written for managers of water supply programmes and projects, this publication provides a step by step guide on the siting of drilled water wells.
This publication assists project managers involved in the provision of groundwater supplies using boreholes. It sets out procurement and contract management procedures for the engagement of professional groundwater consultants, drilling contractors and suppliers.
This guide details the responsibilities of the drilling supervisor at the different stages of borehole construction. It explains the actions to be carried out at each stage that will ensure that the driller delivers the borehole as specified in the contract.
This publication is written for water well drilling enterprises as well as other agencies which manage, or are involved in drilling projects. Using a step-by-step approach it gives clear guidance on how to cost and price the construction of drilled water wells. It also provides tips on business management with an emphasis of the realities faced in many countries in sub-Saharan Africa. Once you are familiar with this field note, you will be in a much stronger position to calculate drilling costs, consider prices and deal with business realities.
This publication is to help create a better understanding of the crucial importance of groundwater and to highlight the risk to its sustainability. It is intended for politicians, policy makers, government partners and the public. It advocates responsible groundwater use and cautions against abuse. It encourages users of groundwater to protect and enhance this precious resource for the long term benefit of the most vulnerable communities who primarily use hand pumps
Zambia Short Course Reportpdf • Size: 2.41 MB
Day 1 - Part I - Introductionpdf • Size: 1.1 MB
Day 1 - Part II - Understanding Groundwaterpdf • Size: 4.21 MB
Day 1 - Part III - What does cost-effective boreholes mean?pdf • Size: 1.29 MB
Day 2 - Procurement and Contract Managementpdf • Size: 2.06 MB
Day 3 - Procurement and Contract Managementpdf • Size: 1.75 MB
Day 4 - Costing and Pricing of Boreholespdf • Size: 1.4 MB
« back to the last page