ANCAMTA Experts is Multidisciplinary Firm in Somaliland

Water Engineering

ANCAMTA Experts is water engineering company in Somaliland. ANCAMTA provides a broad spectrum of engineering services associated with water and another civil engineering in public and private infrastructure and development/humanitarian facilities. Generally, ANCAMTA engineering works fall into two types: consulting and construction engineering. Our consulting engineering is for the design work of projects and works predominantly in an office. Our construction engineering then takes the designs and implements them as contractor work on the site, managing the construction of the structure.

ANCAMTA has proven experience in the following water engineering works.

• Water demand and socio-economic analysis

• Assessments and evaluation sources of water (deep and shallow wells, sand dams, surface dams, springs)

• Hydrogeological and geophysical surveys and aquifer characterization

• Borehole sitting, drilling designing, and supervision

• Water catchment studies, geotechnical and site selection

• Hydrology and hydraulics

• Water quality monitoring and treatment systems

• Designing and construction of water supply systems (underground and surface water)

• Remote Sensing, GIS Mapping, and cartographic studies

• Land and water-related data collection and field surveys

• Designing and installation of pump stations powered by solar or diesel

• Estimating, specifications and bid documents

• Watershed planning and management

• Water system master planning

• Water resource information management

• Water sector regulatory and policy formulation use

• Water service delivery business plans

• WASH sector coordination

• Project feasibility studies

• Water trucking and WASH in emergencies

• WASH for schools and health facilities

• Planning and implementation of drought resilient projects

• Planning and implementation of micro irrigations

• Operation and Maintenance (O & M) of water facilities

• Community capacity building of water resources management