The goal of this MYR 26. 5 million project in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, was to simulate the hydraulic condition of an existing sewerage system
in the Bunus Catchment Area to determine whether it could handle growth proposed by local land developers. The design team needed to
develop a hydraulic model of the Bunus Catchment Area, then execute a series of studies to evaluate current and future capacity needs and
necessary upgrades to meet future demands.
Indah Water Konsortium used SewerCAD to determine whether the capacity of the current sewer system was sufficient to handle added
capacity. This effort also helped the planning team prioritize the stretch of sewer that needed to be upgraded. SewerCAD helped the company
significantly reduce engineering and planning time through automated design and scenario management that produced immediate results.
Indah Water Konsortium Sdn Bhd | Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Redevelopment in Bunus Catchment
L&T Construction | Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India
Development of Sewerage Collection, Treatment, and Reuse
The goal of this INR 1.6 billion project was to survey, investigate, design, supply, install, test, and commission 77 kilometers of sewerage
collection networks in Raipur, India. The network diameters ranged from 250 millimeters to 1,000 millimeters, with manhole depths ranging
from 1 meter to 6 meters. To reduce the delivery time and project cost, the design team created an optimized design using technological
innovation that increased productivity.
Using SewerGEMS, L&T Construction modeled the network while taking into consideration existing and future sewerage conditions. Since
the project required close coordination among the mechanical, civil, and electrical departments, the real-time, interoperable exchange of
data helped to significantly reduce the design time. Faster design and analysis processes reduced the project design time by almost 10
Innovation in Water, Wastewater, and Stormwater
Network Modeling and Analysis