|dc.description.abstract||This report is about the ALWI DRY CORRIDOR WATER SUPPLY PROJECT, in
NYARWODO which was an initiative by The Ministry of Water and Environment to supply
water to the people of Nebbi and ensure sanitation in the area. Chapter one mainly talks about the
project itself thus, the contractors, who were Vambeco Ent Ltd, the consultants, Alliance
Consultants Limited, the contract commencement, finish date, and the overall cost of the project.
Chapter two follows with the project works, thus, construction of water treatment plant and all
the activities involved like, concrete works, pipe work and the procedures and methodologies
adapted at each stage to ensure quality. Chapter three gives a brief description of the project
management issues, thus, cost, time and quality and how each was achieved on this project.
Lastly the lessons learnt, recommendations and the conclusions come in the fourth chapter.
In a nut shell the project had an efficient project management team, proper information flow, and
communication, compliance to the contractual obligations by all the parties and thus there were
limited cost overruns, good quality works and a few delays, therefore, for any project to be
successful, it should have a good project manager.||en_US