Consultancy Services for Bandaranaike International Airport Development Project
Consultancy Services for Detailed Design and BID preparation for Bandaranaike International Airport Development Project Stage 2, Phase II
Client: Airport & Aviation Services (Sri Lanka) Ltd
Client Address: -
Source of Funding: -
Approx. Value Contract: USD 857,680
Approx. Value of Services: LKR 16.3 million
Location: Katunayake
Start Date: December 2008
End Date: August 2009
Duration of Assignment: -
Name of Associated Consultants: Nippon Koei Co Japan
Japan Airport Consultants (Pvt) Ltd
The Design Group Five International (Pvt) Ltd
Description of the Project: The project aims to construct a new passenger terminal facility to accommodate the increasing number of air passenger traffic at the present passenger terminal building which is expected to be saturated by 2010. Work includes augmentation of existing water supply and sewerage systems including sewerage treatment system, provision of solid waste disposal system, construction of elevated roadway, improvement of storm drainage system, design of passenger terminal building, provision of new power station, refurbishment of Dep / Arr porchway and associated electrical and mechanical works, preparation of environmental monitoring plan.
Scope of Work: ECL consultants assisted to establish design criteria for the water supply, sewerage storm water drainage, elevated roadway, prepared preliminary and detailed designs and drawings for these items, prepared specifications, cost estimates and Bid Documents according to standards of International Civil Aviation Organisation, and the rules and regulations of the Government of Sri Lanka and prepared the Environment Monitoring Plan.

Sewerage System – estimation of additional sewage loading, improvement of the system necessary to cater to the additional demand involving design of 6 pumping stations with approximate capacities of 100 to 3,000 cum per day.

Groundwater based Water supply – analyzed existing system and designed improvements to cater to the expected additional demand using WaterCAD. Design of 10 km distribution network, transmission mains, storage reservoirs.