THIRD QUARTER PERFORMANCE EVALUATION REPORT
FOR SEBOKENG WASTE WATER TREATMENT WORKS
UPGRADE
(EMFULENI LM)
GAUTENG
CHIEF DIRECTORATE: BULK INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRAMME
PERIOD: 1 OCTOBER TO 31 DECEMBER 2014
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................... 3
2.
BACKGROUND ............................................................................................................................. 3
2.1
Description of Project ................................................................................................................. 3
2.2
Project history .............................................................................................................................. 3
2.3
Project concept, design and plan ............................................................................................. 4
2.4
Start date – duration of the programme................................................................................... 5
2.5
Funds previously allocated to project....................................................................................... 6
3.
PROGRESS TO DATE .................................................................................................................. 6
3.1
Implementation of the approved business plan ...................................................................... 6
3.2
Schedules of work and phasing of the activities .................................................................... 8
3.3
Risks taken and management thereof ..................................................................................... 8
3.4
Capacities dedicated to the programme................................................................................ 10
4.
PROJECT RESULTS AND BENEFICIARIES ............................................................................ 11
4.1
Outcomes and outputs ............................................................................................................. 11
4.2
Beneficiaries and project results ............................................................................................. 11
4.3
Jobs Created.............................................................................................................................. 11
5.
CONCLUSION / LESSONS LEARNED ...................................................................................... 11
6.
RECOMMENDATIONS ............................................................................................................... 12
ANNEXURE A:
ANNEXURE B:
ANNEXURE C:
ANNEXURE D:
Project Implementation Photos
List of villages expected to benefit from project
Details of contracts awarded under project
Project schedule
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DECEMBER 2014
INTRODUCTION
In terms of Section 10(7)(b) of the Division of Revenue Act No 10 of 2014 (DoRA) as
promulgated in Government Gazette No 37595 dated 26 April 2014, the transferring
national officer must submit a quarterly performance report for Schedule 6 allocation
within 45 days after the end of each quarter to the National Treasury.
The Regional Bulk Infrastructure Grant (RBIG) is a Schedule 6 indirect conditional grant
for the benefit in kind of municipalities.
The objective of this report is to provide a quarterly performance evaluation report
covering the third quarter of RBIG funded projects, in compliance with the DoRA. The
objective of this evaluation was to determine whether the progress on the project is
commensurate with the expenditure to date as well as to determine whether the project is
still on course in terms of the original planning.
This performance evaluation report, covering quarter 3 of the 2014/15 fiscal year, for the
Sebokeng Waste Water Treatment Works project, which is one of the Regional Bulk
Infrastructure Grant projects currently being implemented by Rand Water (Implementing
Agent) for the benefit of Emfuleni Local Municipality, with Department of Water &
Sanitation (DWS) as funder.
2.
BACKGROUND
2.1
Description of Project
The Sebokeng WWTW is situated approximately 18 km north-west of Vereeniging. The
Works is bordered by the N1 to the west, R28 to the north, R553 to the east and R54 to
the south (see Locality Map under Appendix A). The Works’ catchment area includes
areas of the Emfuleni Local Municipality and City of Johannesburg (CoJ). The Emfuleni
LM catchment area includes Evaton, Evaton West, Palm Springs, Evaton North, Lakeside,
Ironsyde, Eatonside, Sebokeng Hills, Beverley Hills, Boitumelo and Johandeo. The CoJ
catchment area that drains to Sebokeng WWTW includes Poortje, Palm Springs, Lenasia
and Orange Farm. The details of the beneficiary catchment areas are provided under
Appendix B.
The WWTW is currently receiving in excess of 50% of its licensed design average dry
weather flow (ADWF) capacity of 100 Mℓ/d; and needs to be upgraded to accommodate
the current increased flow and also to allow for further growth in development in the
catchment area as well as the eradication of the sanitation backlog for both municipalities.
2.2
Project history
In September 2013, Emfuleni LM, appointed Rand Water as an Implementing Agent for
the 100 Mℓ/d extension of the wastewater treatments. The extension is to be constructed
in two 50 Mℓ/d modules which are referred to a Module 6 and Module 7 respectively.
This appointment was for the planning, design, and construction of the 100 Mℓ/d extension
in two phases. The two phases are expected to run concurrently over a 3 to 4 year
period. The estimated cost of the complete extension is approximately R700 to R900
million. Funding is mainly being made available by the DWS; and at this stage it is unclear
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what the co-funding contribution of Emfuleni LM and CoJ will be, and still needs to be
resolved.
2.3
Project concept, design and plan
The purpose of the project is to accommodate an additional population of 759,000 living
in 189,772 households over the next 10 years to be connected to the treatment works.
Approximately 47% of these households will be located within the CoJ catchment area.
The extension caters largely for domestic users with limited industrial contribution.
An investigation on the bulk sewers of Emfuleni LM’s catchment was done to confirm the
current capacity, identify capacity constraints and propose upgrade requirements for the
10 year horizon. The following findings were highlighted in the catchment study report,
namely;
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Approximately 50Mℓ/d of raw sewage does not reach the treatment works. It is
leaking out into the environment at various locations in the network, which is a
serious health and environmental risk
There are capacity constraints on the existing bulks sewers and therefore they need
to be upgraded to accommodate the current flow
Defects and vandalism to manholes lead to collection of the storm water into the
sewer network
Some of the bulk pipelines are constructed in wet lands with little protection from
storm water ingress.
The bulk sewer network needs to be upgraded to increase its capacity to handle the
future connections required for the proposed developments.
In order to have a more comprehensive audit on the condition of the network, the
following further investigations are recommended, namely:
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Investigation into the smaller pipe diameters (<400 mm)
A network investigation on the CoJ catchment area contributing to the works
The ADWF currently arriving at the Works is approximately 150 Mℓ/d instead of the
theoretically calculated 86 Mℓ/d. The chemical oxygen (COD) concentration is on average
less than 200 mg/ℓ. This should be in the order of 600 – 800 mg/ℓ. These findings
support the observations made of sewage loss and storm water ingress into the network.
In light of the diluted raw sewage arriving at the works, the design approach has been to
accommodate the following operating scenarios:
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Ultimate scenario, where the ingress problem is resolved. The flow and COD
concentrations are within the expected theoretical range, and
Interim scenario where the ingress problem is not resolved. The flows exceed the
estimated theoretical values and the COD is below the estimated design value.
In the interim, methane production using anaerobic digesters will not be possible because
there is insufficient COD. Should the network be repaired to limit sewage spills and storm
water ingress, the COD concentration is expected to be within the expected range of 600
– 800 mg/ℓ. At such a stage the anaerobic digesters can be used for the generation of
methane gas to produce green energy.
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DECEMBER 2014
Start date – duration of the programme
Rand Water was appointed as Implementing Agent (IA) in September 2013 in terms of an
Infrastructure Funding Agreement (IFA) between Emfuleni LM and the Department of
Water and Sanitation.
The construction of the two modules is to be done using multiple contractors. In terms of
the design requirements for Module 6, the following contracts are required for
construction:
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Bulk Electrical Supply
Civil Works
Mechanical Works
Electrical Works.
With the exception of the bulk electrical supply contract: civil, mechanical and electrical
contracts will also be required for the construction scope of Module 7. However, it first
needs to be considered to fix the bulk sewer collector system before proceeding with
Module 7. The planning process therefore needs to be restarted to ensure finalising with
a decision on the way forward.
When Rand Water was appointed as the IA, the following contracts were in place where
Emfuleni LM was the employer:
1.
2.
Contract No 08/2011: Engineering Design and Feasibility Study of the “Extensions
to the Sebokeng Wastewater Treatment Works, awarded to Aurecon SA Pty Ltd
November 2010. The scope includes the design, documentation and contract
administration for the required extension.
Contract No 11/2012/88: The Upgrading of the Sebokeng Waste Water Treatment
Works: Module 6 and Sludge Handling Facility – Civil Works, awarded to CMC
Ravenna September 2012.
These contracts have been ceded to Rand Water who is now the employer for the
respective contracts.
In July 2014, Rand Water awarded Contract No.RW01037/13, The Construction of a 22
kV Overhead Line and a 1 x 10 MVA 22/11 kV Substation to Ultimate Dynamic. The
scope of works is to provide bulk power supply to the treatment works from two
independent sources.
In September 2014, Rand Water awarded Contract No RW 01036/14, The Upgrading of
the Sebokeng Waste Water Treatment Works: Module 6 and Sludge Handling Facility –
Mechanical Works to PCI Africa. The scope entails the supply, installation, tests and
commissioning of mechanical equipment required for the operation of Module 6.
It should be noted that Rand Water’s current appointment excludes the following:
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Implementation of the remedial work required to fix the constraints found by the
feasibility study of the bulk sewer network
Additional investigation into the condition of the smaller sewer pipelines.
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The upgrade of the treatment works must be done concurrently with the repair of the
network to ensure that all sewage arrives at the works. The ingress of storm water into the
network needs to be limited. The combination of these initiatives will ensure that the
expected sewage concentration is received at the works. Should the reduction in storm
water ingress be effective, it may be necessary for the size of the second upgrade phase
(Module 7) to be reduced significantly. Should the network be left as is, the construction
of Module 7 will be required soon to meet the objectives of the project.
2.5
Funds previously allocated to project
Table 1 below indicates the RBIG funding that was made available to the project to date.
Table 1: Funding on the project to date
2011/12 -2012/13
2013/14
Allocation /
Spent amount
R27,979,714
R31,969,522
2014/15
R110,000,000
(to date:
R58,524,906)
Total
R169,949,236
(to date:
R118,474,142)
Note: Counter funding from Emfuleni LM and City of Johannesburg still to be concluded; although it
was agreed through the Implementation Protocol that the implementation cost for both Modules 6
and 7 will be funded from the Department.
3.
PROGRESS TO DATE
A performance evaluation meeting was held on 21 January 2015 at the offices of Rand
Water, as no site visit could be conducted due to the fact that the site is closed as a result
of the community unrest. The following people attended the meeting:
Representative
D Monokoane
J Fourie
J Maluleke
S Mamabolo
T Boikhutso
S Masango
Y Mgudlwa
T Mofokeng
B Moyo
3.1
Organisation
DWS National Office
DWS National Office
DWS Gauteng Region
DWS Gauteng Region
Rand Water
Rand Water
Emfuleni LM: Metsi
Aurecon
Aurecon
Implementation of the approved business plan
In its capacity as Implementing Agent, Rand Water has employed its own staff to manage
the project and to provide specialized professional services, financial management and
administrative support to the project. Rand Water has also appointed external
professional service providers and contractors in terms of its supply chain management
policies and procedures.
When Rand Water was appointed as the IA, the following contracts were in place where
Emfuleni LM was the employer, namely:
1.
Contract No 08/2011: Engineering Design and Feasibility Study of the “Extensions
to the Sebokeng Wastewater Treatment Works, awarded to Aurecon SA Pty Ltd
November 2010. The scope includes the design, documentation and contract
administration for the required extension.
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2.
DECEMBER 2014
Contract No 11/2012/88: The Upgrading of the Sebokeng Waste Water Treatment
Works: Module 6 and Sludge Handling Facility – Civil Works, awarded to CMC
Ravenna September 2012.
These contracts have been ceded to Rand Water who is now the employer for the
respective contracts.
The construction of the two modules is to be done using multiple contractors. In terms of
the design requirements for Module 6, the following contracts are required for
construction;




Bulk Electrical Supply
Civil Works
Mechanical Works
Electrical Works.
With the exception of the bulk electrical supply contract: civil, mechanical and electrical
contracts will also be required for the construction scope of Module 7.
In July 2014, Rand Water awarded Contract No.RW01037/13, The Construction of a 22
kV Overhead Line and a 1 x 10 MVA 22/11kV Substation to Ultimate Dynamic. The
scope of works is to provide bulk power supply to the treatment works from two
independent sources.
In September 2014, Rand Water awarded Contract No RW 01036/14, The Upgrading of
the Sebokeng Waste Water Treatment Works: Module 6 and Sludge Handling Facility –
Mechanical Works to PCI Africa. The scope entails the supply, installation, tests and
commissioning of mechanical equipment required for the operation of Module 6.
Detail of awarded construction contract as at September 2014 is shown in Annexure C.
Table 2: Milestones
Product
Name of Organization
compiling/ developing
Planned date for
completion
FS/IRS/Design/EIA
September 2011
Date
FS/IRS/Design/EIA
approved
September 2011
Feasibility Study
for the Network
Aurecon SA Pty Ltd
Consulting Engineers
Preliminary Design
Aurecon SA Pty Ltd
Consulting Engineers
May 2011
May 2011
Implementation
Readiness Study
Sirris
May 2011
May 2011
Detail Design
Aurecon SA Pty Ltd
Consulting Engineers
February 2012
February 2012
EIA
Envirolution Consulting
To be advised
WUL
Rand Water
To be advised
Operation and
Maintenance Plan
Aurecon
Note: O&M agreement in
place RW/ELM –
extended on 1 year-basis
July 2016
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Product
Name of Organization
compiling/ developing
Financial Funding
Plan
Design for both
Module 6 & 7
3.2
DECEMBER 2014
Planned date for
completion
FS/IRS/Design/EIA
Date
FS/IRS/Design/EIA
approved
February 2012
February 2012
Implementation Protocol
– DWS to fund Modules
6&7
Aurecon SA Pty Ltd
Consulting Engineers
Schedules of work and phasing of the activities
The upgrade of the works comprises a number of components, namely civil, mechanical
and electrical. The construction of these works will be put out on tender as separate and
independent contracts. Therefore it is essential that they are adequately spaced and
managed to limit delays as the work to be done requires interfacing of the contracts. For
the construction of Module 6, the electrical contract is yet to be advertised. It is envisaged
that this will procured and awarded by June 2015. All contracts for the construction of
Module 6 are expected to be completed during October 2016. Delays and interruptions to
the progress of the contracts due to community unrest will have a negative impact on the
anticipated completion date.
The construction of Module 7 is subject to the availability of funding. Should this module
not be constructed, and the status of the network not be repaired and upgraded, less than
50% of the planned developments for the 10 year horizon can take place. It is estimated
that the construction of Module 7 will take approximately 30 months; and will lag that of
Module 6, of which the lag time is dependent on the construction commencement date.
A tracked programme for the Module 6 Civil Contract as at October 2014 is shown in
Annexure D. The programmes for the overhead power line and the Mechanical Works
are still in the process of being finalised.
3.3
Risks taken and management thereof
The works is constructed on an existing plant that treats a hazardous flow. Therefore
there are a few risks associated with the construction of the extension. The scope of
works entails some of the following elements:
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Demolitions of structures containing asbestos
Blasting of hard rock
Deep excavations
Pipe connection of live sewer lines
Live connections to overhead power supply lines
Table 3 below illustrates the risk matrix for this project.
Table 3: Risk matrix for the project
RISK MATRIX PLAN
Risk Identified
(Current /
Potential)
Late
appointment of
Mechanical
Direct
Impact on
the project
Yes
Time
Proposed
Mitigation /
Corrective action
Rand water
procured the pipes
Risk Cost (if
any)
Yet to be
evaluated
Time Frame
open
Responsible
Person
Aurecon to
manage the
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RISK MATRIX PLAN
Risk Identified
(Current /
Potential)
Direct
Impact on
the project
Proposed
Mitigation /
Corrective action
Risk Cost (if
any)
Time Frame
Responsible
Person
Contractor
delays at
Inlet works,
dewatering
building
and pipes
to be cast
in concrete.
in advance
risk
Uncontrolled
access to site by
general public
Yes
Health and
safety risk
Repair of palisade
fence for the whole
Emfuleni works but
prioritise installation
of a lockable gate
and repair front end
100m either side of
the gate
A quotation of
fence of
R2million for
the repairs for
the whole
fence; also
obtain
quotation for
priority section
13 February
2015
Rand Water /
Emfuleni
Existing
southern sewer
line relocation
and affecting the
foot print of the
PSTs
Yes
The sewer line to be
relocated, starting
with the critical
section directly
affecting the PST
platform
construction
R2,380,105.07
VO C001
on going
CMC Ravena
Existing sludge
line under
terrace 6 where
offices and
mechanical
workshops are
located
Yes
Relocation of the
line and construction
of the earth berm to
prevent back flow of
the pumped sludge
in to the offices and
workshops
R592,127,87
on going
CMC Ravena
Excavated
material and
material
obtained from
old concrete
structures not
complying with
requirements for
backfilling,
terrace forming
and road bases.
Yes
Materials to be used
for landscaping.
Mechanical
screening of
material to meet the
requirements and
commercial sourcing
to reduce standing
time.
R182,235.55
on going
CMC Ravena
Community
unrest resulting
in project
stoppages
Yes
Community
members’
attack on
site project
managerssite is risky
Appointment of
project steering
committee and
creation of a labour
desk. Request
intervention from the
DWS DG and PICC.
Possible court
Total claims to
date is
R5,770,453.55
open
Emfuleni LM /
Rand Water
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RISK MATRIX PLAN
Risk Identified
(Current /
Potential)
Direct
Impact on
the project
Proposed
Mitigation /
Corrective action
Risk Cost (if
any)
Time Frame
Responsible
Person
interdict to protect
contractor returning
to site
3.4
Strike in Steel
industry
Yes
Nothing
Claim of
R731,739.86
To be
confirmed
Rand Water
Hard
excavations
between the
SST and the
RAS/WAS pump
station
Yes
To include the hard
excavations for the
pipe ways and valve
chambers into the
civil contract.
R426,942.70
Yet to be
evaluated
Rand Water
Water use
licence
Yes
To apply for a
waiver to construct
near a natural wet
land
Standing time
claims to be
evaluated
31/03/15
Rand Water
Servitude for
bulk electrical
works
Yes
To engage affected
property owners
Yet to be
evaluated
31 March 2015
Emfuleni LM
Capacities dedicated to the programme
The capacities dedicated to the programme are as follows:
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3.5
Water Services Provider – Emfuleni LM
Funding – DWS through Regional Bulk Infrastructure Grant (RBIG)
Regulator – DWS
Overall Programme and Project Management – Rand Water as Implementing
Agent for DWS and Emfuleni LM
Specialized professional services, financial management and administrative
support – Rand Water.
Design, contract administration and construction monitoring – various professional
service providers appointed by Rand Water: Aurecon SA Pty Ltd
Construction work – various contracting companies awarded contracts by Rand
Water: (i) Paterson Candy International (SA) (Pty) Ltd (t/a PCI Africa),
(ii) CMC Ravenna (iii) Ultimate Dynamic
Key challenges within the project
The key challenges of the project are as follows:
 Late appointment of Mechanical contractor – this has time and cost implications
due to mechanical/civil interface: there are some process pipes which are supposed to
be embedded onto the structures as the civil contract progress which are on the
mechanical scope. Rand water has provided these in an effort to limit delays on the
civil contract program. The second risk is the ripple effect onto the civil contract
program due to late finalisation of the detailed inlet works civil designs which will not be
finalised until the detailed inlet works for mechanical equipment sizing and general
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arrangement is done by the appointed mechanical contractor. This will result in time
extension with costs.
Non-availability of suitable construction materials on site to be used for
earthworks – this has cost implications of importing material for construction. In an
effort to find savings, recycled crushed concrete from demolished structures is being
used for mixing with the bad quality material to achieve the required soil grading.
Clause in the civil contract requiring 30% local content: there is a lack of local
qualified sub-contractors, which affects the works progress; to limit this, the contractor
is also attempting to locate sub-contractors beyond Emfuleni LM jurisdiction.
Community unrest – the community that reside within the same ward as where the
WWTW is located, frequently march onto site demanding to be employed on the
project. In most cases the contractor is chased out of site without warning leaving the
works not protected from weather elements and vandalism. Emfuleni LM is engaging
the community through local leadership in an effort to streamline the employment
procedures
Uncontrolled site access threatens the security of the site as well as health and
safety of the public: A variation order is being considered to upgrade the existing
fence which has numerous openings (breaches) along its 4 km length.
Proposed high voltage electrical line straddling over existing properties:
Emfuleni LM is engaging the relevant affected people. This will have time and cost
implications if it is not finalised on time.
Emfuleni municipality representation in the project – there is no representative from the
Municipality dedicated to the project. Rand Water to write to the municipality requesting
for a full time Emfuleni project representative.
The scope of work of the electrical contractor includes working in a currently hostile
community, which may cause challenges of which one would be job creation within the
community.
4.
PROJECT RESULTS AND BENEFICIARIES
4.1
Outcomes and outputs
Barring the delays caused on the civil contract as a result of the community unrest the
expected outcomes and outputs are on track for the phase under construction.
4.2
Beneficiaries and project results
As stated in Section 2.3 above, the purpose of the project is to ultimately connect 189,772
households to the treatment works over a 10-year time horizon.
4.3
Jobs Created
Job creation details for quarter 3 are not available due to the fact that the contractor is not
on site as a result of the community unrest. It is aimed to provide a report on job creation
for the 2014/15 financial when providing the Annual Performance Report. Also please
note that permanent staff employed on the civil contract is from foreign countries, and
thus not reflected in the employment statistics.
5.
CONCLUSION / LESSONS LEARNED
5.1
Main successes and failures of the project to date

Since 2013, restricted progress has been made in the implementation of the
Module 6 Civil Works. The main problem has been the 30% local content
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thereby the requirement to employ local sub-contractors on the project. At the start
of the contract, the list of contractors within the Emfuleni LM jurisdiction was not
forthcoming. This has led to a number of areas being behind schedule due to the
lack of this list, and subsequently the contractor is pursuing sub-contractors
outside of the Emfuleni LM area.
The community unrest resulting in work stoppages is yet to be resolved.
Various meetings have been held with Emfuleni LM and Rand Water to make the
site a safe working place again. To date, none of the initiatives have had a long
lasting effect. More than 40 working days have been lost as a result. This has time
and cost implications due contractual extension of time claim.

Rand Water has initiated the implementation of a communication strategy as
a means to disseminate information to the community at large. Emfuleni has
not provided the representatives who will be responsible for the implementation of
such a strategy. Rand Water is yet to receive feedback on communication sent to
Emfuleni LM regarding the communication strategy.

Dissolution of Project Steering Committee and suspension of community
liaisons officers from site. There is no progress and the community unrest has
escalated without anyone negotiating with them.
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If at all possible, it is essential that a fully-functional Project Steering Committee,
comprising of suitably trained and committed stakeholders, be in place from
inception of the project, and remains throughout the design and construction
stages. Project-related decisions must be conveyed to the community at large, in
order to reduce the likelihood of misunderstanding and confusion. Construction
delays and disruptions to the work flow can be reduced by the positive and
proactive involvement of municipal officials and politicians. Community liaison
officers must be allowed to execute their duties without fear or favour.
5.2
Ownership and sustainability of infrastructure works

Ownership of all the assets included in extension of the works is vested in
Emfuleni LM, who will be responsible for operation and maintenance of the
WWTW.
RECOMMENDATIONS
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It is recommended that urgent attention be paid to the key challenges listed under
Section 3.5 above.
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Address the counter funding to be made to the project by Emfuleni LM as well as
City of Johannesburg
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The planning process regarding the bulk collector network/s needs to be revived to
ensure conclusion on the matter before considering the construction of Module 7

Motivation to be done to the Department for the payment of the standing time due
to community unrest.
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ANNEXURE A: PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION PHOTOS
Outfall channel: Floor slab casting
Outfall channel: Floor slab
Chlorine
contact
Tank:
almost
complete
Chlorine contact tank: outlet channel reinforcement
Bioreactor: Floor slab construction in progress
Bioreactor: External wall construction
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Sludge holding tanks: Earthworks
Administration building: Bulk earthworks
Sludge drying bed: Slab construction
Southern sewer: pipe laying
Southern Sewer relocation: pipe laying
Primary settling tanks: bulk earthworks
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Secondary settling tanks: Central sump & inlet pipe construction (left) and Central sump shuttering (right)
Chlorine dosing building: bulk earthworks (left) and Floor slab reinforcement placing (right)
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ANNEXURE B: LIST OF VILLAGES EXPECTED TO BENEFIT FROM PROJECT
(Extract from Detailed Design Report)
Emfuleni LM catchment area:
 Evaton,
 Evaton West,
 Palm Springs,
 Evaton North,
 Lakeside,
 Ironsyde,
 Eatonside,
 Sebokeng Hills,
 Beverley Hills,
 Boitumelo and
 Johandeo.
The City of Johannesburg catchment area:
 Poortje,
 Palm Springs,
 Lenasia
 Orange Farm
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ANNEXURE C: DETAILS OF CONTRACTS AWARDED
CONTRACT NO.
CONTRACTOR
CONTRACT VALUE
CONTRACT
AWARD /
START DATE
11/2012/88
CMC Ravena SA
R 328,436,824.85
August 2013
PLANNED
COMPLETION
DATE
*ACTUAL
COMPLETION
DATE
August 2016
October 2016
EXPENDITURE AS
AT 31 December
2014
% COMPLETION
35%
R107,930,900.90
RW 01036/14
RW 01037/14
NOTE:
*
Paterson Candy
International (SA) (Pty)
Ltd (t/a PCI Africa)
R 156,804,534.00
Ultimate Dynamic
R25,442,108.05
September
2016
September
2016
R1,349,196.51
Design phase
September
2014
July 2015
July 2015
R0.00
0%
Retention monies withheld have been included as expenditure.
All figures include 14% VAT.
Estimated revised completion date
0.5%
September
2014
18
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT: REGIONAL BULK INFRASTRUCTURE
ANNEXURE D: PROJECT SCHEDULE
Civil works
DECEMBER 2014
19
PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT: REGIONAL BULK INFRASTRUCTURE
DECEMBER 2014