This project is part of the activities of the Urban Infrastructure Emergency Project (PUIUR), initiated by the Ivorian government with funding from the International Development AssociationIDA).
In Abidjan, the environmental conditions of the lagoon and low-lying areas of the city have deteriorated significantly, particularly in the Indenie and Cocody bays, currently considered a critical lagoon area.
The project aims to realize the hydraulic and geotechnical study for the rehabilitation works of the crossroads of Indénié, storm drains and major outlets, the spillways of planning, grit stations at Cocody Bay, ...
The chosen solution involves :
The construction of 05 dams clippers ;
• The enlargement of the up stream outlet of the intersection to turn it into one concrete channel total width of 40 m, length 250 m and height 2.5 m ;
• The introduction of a third scupper dimensions 15.6 x 2 and 145 m in length, it will scupper keyed on the same raft dimensions of existing culverts, culvert reject it directly into the Bay of Cocody ;
• Implementation of the cleaning of the earthen canal downstream of the intersection over a length of 700 to 1000m.
The project cost amounts to 15,853,000 euros for the works and networks part and 953,500 euros for urban and landscaping the area around the project site.
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