Engeniering networks

Kauno Tiltai carries out engineering network construction works mostly in small Lithuanian settlements, newly established industrial parks, logistic centers, locations where engineering networks have not been installed yet, or are not sufficiently developed.

Projects

2011 04 19 M2

Construction of the Wastewater Cleaning Equipment, Development of the Water Supply and Wastewater Networks in Rūdiškės

Start date: 2010 September End date: 2012 February Value: 1,9 million euros without VAT
With the expansion of the water supply and wastewater networks in the town of Rūdiškės 0.953-km long main and 0.197-km long lead-in (branches for connections) domestic wastewater networks were installed. A new domestic wastewater pump-house (NS-4 (Q=7.2 l/s, H=8.8m, N=4.2kW) and a new domestic wastewater cleaning equipment (Q=540m3/d, GE=3217) were built, 0.274- km long lead-in water supply networks and 0.08-km long lead-in wastewater networks were also installed.
prienai jieznas

Development of the Water Supply and Wastewater Networks in Prienai and Jieznas

Start date: 2010 March End date: 2011 Value: 0,7 million euros without VAT
During implementation of this project 4.371-km long water supply and 3.417-km long wastewater networks were installed. The wastewater pump-houses were built in Revuonos Street in Prienai (including a 0.133-km DN80 pressure line) and in a single farmstead of Ignacava (including a 0.325-km long DN80 pressure line) were installed.
Ziezmariai

Development of the Water Supply and Wastewater Networks in Žiežmariai

Start date: 2009 September End date: 2010 September Value: 0,4 million euros without VAT
3.103 km of domestic wastewater network intended for the use in a certain quarter of the city and 473 branches to the residential houses were installed that will be connected to the common city network. 3.295 km of water supply network intended for the use in a certain quarter of the city and 486 lead-in branches were laid. Three local wastewater pump-houses were built and about 95 m of pressure networks.
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