ADB is helping to expand the coverage and quality of water supply in Dhaka, Bangladesh’s fast-growing capital city. The project will include the development of a new raw water intake at the Meghna River - about 30 kilometers east of the city, a treatment plant at Gandharbpur capable of handling 500 million liters a day, transmission pipelines, and distribution network improvements.
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Consulting NoticesSee also: CMS
|Design Management & Supervision Consultants||24 Feb 2016|
Procurement NoticesSee also: Operational Procurement
|Dhaka Environmentally Sustainable Water Supply Project: Procurement Plan||Jan 2016|
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