Enhancing Water Availability in Telavi City

4.10.2021

We are continuing to contribute to regional infrastructure development, which is essential to any country’s overall economic development. With this in mind, recently, we launched a new project, working together with the United Water Supply Company of Georgia (UWSCG) to provide construction supervision services with respect to rehabilitation and construction works in the water supply system in the city of Telavi in Georgia.

The water supply system of Telavi was initially developed in the 1930s and fundamental reconstruction was subsequently undertaken in 1966. No significant measures have been implemented since then, except for some partial rehabilitation works in 2006-2008 and 2014–2017. Due to the absence of city zones, and a poor accountability system for water consumption, the city’s population remains underserved and is not assured of a continuous water supply. Only 18% of the population of Telavi are connected to the network and have a 24-hour water supply, while 20% have a 12-hour supply, and 62% have water for 2–3 hours a day.

During the project, we will enhance the water supply system of the city through rehabilitating and constructing the following infrastructure: wells (construction of six new boreholes and rehabilitation of five existing boreholes); 1,450m transmission mains; reservoirs (7,000m³ total volume); and a 59km distribution network with 6,950 household connections.

This project is being implemented by PMCG as part of a consortium led by Temelsu and is financed by Asian Development Bank (ADB) under the Sustainable Water Supply and Sanitation Sector Development Program.

Please kindly follow the link below for detailed information about the project: Telavi Supervision Consultant – Telavi Water Supply Project

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