Plumbing and drainage

Pipes and fittings are the backbone on which all plumbing systems are built. This component of the plumbing
system consists of all the pipes that connect the home
to the main water supply lines.
It also includes any fittings required to connect the
various plumbing pipes at various intersections and to
create varying angles for the pipes when needed

Boiler and chiller
water plants

The Steam & Chilled Water Plant is responsible for the
production of high-pressure steam and chilled water
which is distributed to many of the buildings campus.
Steam is produced to provide heating, domestic hot
water, and sterilization

Water features

Water has been seated in our psyches since the beginning of time as a valuable asset. When added to any space water features become an interesting and inspiring element. Providing soothing sounds, cool, gentle streams, and subtle reflections. Features come in all shapes, sizes, and types. Modern water features are typically self-contained, meaning that they do not require water to be plumbed in; rather water is recycled from either a pond or hidden reservoir, aslo known as sump.

waste water

Waste water master plan makes allowance for future development of the metropolitan area, supplements the existing diagnostic studies with a view to making the best possible use of the architecture and operation of the networks and treatment, forecasts expenditure and ensures an efficient programme of investments.

storm water drainage and rainwater harvesting

Rainwater master plan ensures that it is clear what investments must be made for rainwater from the point of view of both the qualitative aspects (discharges into the natural environment) and quantitative aspects (flooding) and ensures consistency with the set framework

borehole drilling and

Boreholes are one of the best means of obtaining clean water in field conditions. However, constructing, or repairing, boreholes requires specialized knowledge and technical expertise, much of which can be gained from the standard literature; but field operations in remote areas or in difficult conditions often require flexibility and imagination in avoiding and solving technical problems.

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