Dushanbe Green City Action Plan, EBRD

Together with AECOM and Urban Logics ARPA Consulting started works on the fascinating project on Development of Green City Action Plan for Dushanbe City. The Municipality of Dushanbe (“the City” or “the Client”) has expressed a desire to take a systematic approach to addressing its urban environmental challenges. The City wants to tackle a broad set of environmental challenges, including water, air, soil and climate change issues, to be addressed through drafting and implementing a Green City Action Plan (the “GCAP”). The GCAP is the key tool of EBRD Green Cities and covers a wide range of urban environmental challenges. It is designed to guide a City through four main steps – from establishing a i) Green City Baseline, developing a ii) Green City Action Plan, all the way through iii) implementation and iv) reporting on progress and outcomes. The methodology for the GCAP has been developed by EBRD together with the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (“OECD”) and International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (“ICLEI”). This document will be updated and refined from time-to time, with consultants informed of when the most up to date version is published

Water Resources Management in Pyanj River Basin

Water Resources Management in Pyanj River Basin Project: Project Implementation Consultant inducing Survey and Design

ARPA Consulting implements its first project in Tajikistan together with FCG International Ltd (Finland) for Water Resources Management in Pyanj River Basin Project: Project Implementation Consultant inducing Survey and Design.
The project will support Hydromet of Tajikistan in capacity building to improve forecasting and warning of extreme weather events. The project will develop Hydromet’s capacity for flood forecasting and local flood alerts to support improvements in the water resources management and disaster risk reduction in the PRB area. The project will provide flood awareness and preparedness training for local stakeholders as well as implement a viable business model for the marketing and sale of fee-based services. A system and platform for the sale of information and forecasting products will be developed, and at least one new weather information product will be marketed among key stakeholders in the PRB to support agricultural production and water resource management. New office buildings will be constructed in accordance with the FIDIC guidelines.

Power Distribution Improvement Program

ARPA Consulting has successfully completed  ADB funded Power Distribution Enhancement Investment Program, Tranche 1: Project Supervision and Management. ARPA Consulting was partner of the JV with DECON International GmbH and CONSULECTRA. 

The Project Objective was objective is to improve energy efficiency of power distribution subsector in Azerbaijan through rehabilitation and expansion of aged power distribution network. It is necessary to underline that JV supervised the construction of substations and different voltage lines within over 40 contractors in different regions of Azerbaijan.