TWIC has been actively involved in developing and implementing projects across water sectors and has made its presence Pan India and also International assignment. Our expertise ranges in
- Urban Water and Sewerage Systems, in areas of
- Water Supply
- Sewerage Projects and Water Recycling.
Our role in all these areas would be to provide our clients with end-to-end solutions through a comprehensive understanding of the problem, selection of appropriate technology solutions, design development, arranging finance, procurement of contractors, supervision of implementation and Operation & Maintenance.
We help our clients in developing projects from concepts to implementation through a model aimed at reducing life cycle costs within a sustainable delivery framework. We work closely with all the State & Union Government Water boards, PHE departments and also with major external funding agencies like World Bank, ADB, JICA, KfW in the field of water sector
TWIC has its presence already for more than 20 years of experience in the Urban water sector in the state of Tamilnadu majorly and has been associating itself on a continuous basis with the various state / parastatal agencies /local bodies under
- Directorate of Municipal Administration
- Chennai Metropolitan Water Supply Sewerage Board
- Commissionerate of Town Panchayat
- Tamil Nadu Urban Infrastructure Financial Services Ltd
- Tamil Nadu Urban Finance and Infrastructure Development Corporation
- Tamil Nadu Water Supply and Drainage Board
- Public Health Engineering Departments in other states also.
TWIC has a team of experts having wide knowledge in providing advisory services for all water and waste water-related projects like
- DPR preparation
- Feasibility studies
- Bid process management
- Water auditing
- Performance evaluation studies
- Project management
- Capacity building.
As part of these activities, TWIC had been in a position to share its expertise with all the major Corporations in Tamilnadu namely, Chennai, Coimbatore, Tiruchirappalli, Tiruppur, Salem, Erode, Coimbatore, Vellore, Madurai, Tirunelveli and also has experience in working with good number of Municipalities across the state and also has worked extensively in the State of Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Jharkhand, and Maharashtra in the Areas of urban water.
The main sector segments in the Urban water projects are to provide end to end consulting solutions with focus on:
- End to end Water supply Scheme including Source, Treatment, Transmission, Storage, Distribution system and House service connections.
- (24×7) Continuous Supply with Water demand & water distribution management.
- District Metered Area (DMA) based water distribution designs.
- Water Auditing, Active leakage control& NRW Reduction strategies.
- End to End sewerage management systems including collection, conveyance and treatment & reuse of sewage.
- Underground sewerage schemes and Sewage treatment plants
- Tertiary treated Reverse Osmosis (TTRO) Plant Projects for wastewater reuse.
In each of the segments, TWIC has considerable experience in providing end to end solutions to projects as depicted below,
- Project development – Technology selection & design, tendering & Bid processing
- Project Implementation – Project management, implementation supervision
ENGINEERING SOFTWARE INFRASTRUCTURE
TWIC as part of its software infrastructure has always focussed on recent developments in the Water infrastructure software and uses this infrastructure modelling software in the Projects to advise its clients.
The major engineering software available & used by TWIC are,
- Bentley WaterGEMs – OpenFlow (Water supply Network Modelling software)
- Bentley SewerGEMs – OpenFlow (Sewer and Strom water network modelling software)
- ++ Systems – (Integrated Hydraulic modelling software) of tandler.com, Germany
- US – EPANET
- AUTOCAD 2016 & CIVIL CAD
- Carto DEM 10 data ( Digital elevation model Data for GCC- Chennai limits of 15 carto DEM Grid from NRSC)
TWIC also has trained in house manpower to use these software applications and also has trained and supported the department engineers in the water network modelling areas.