Preparation of Tender documents
Participation during the Bid Procedures/evaluation
Topographical & Bathymetrical Survey
Environmental and Social Impact Assessment
Hydraulic modelling of the entire lagoon system, the 4thLake and the annexed structures
Construction and Site Supervision
The lagoon system of Lomé is made of three lakes and had to be extended by a fourth artificial lake. The new lake, comprised of 30ha, is in the neighbouring wetlands. The new lake will be used as a drainage system of these neighbouring wetlands and at the same time collect the rainwater from the neighbourhood. As a result, living conditions of the inhabitants north-east of Lomé were greatly improved, minimising flooding and increasing the effectiveness of rainwater drainage.
All in all, the project comprised of 3 Lots:
Lot 1: Development of the 4thlake linked to the Canal de Bè,
Lot 2: Development of the Akodessewa and Kanyikopé canals with a sea outlet,
Lot 3: Development of the neighbourhood’s sanitation networks.
Inros Lackner was amended to realise the hydraulic modelling the lagoon system, the design and the supervision of works.