Grid Extension in West Nile Region
Site reconnaissance and data gathering for the Resettlement Action Plan (RAP), preliminary survey of the networks of the areas to be electrified and supervision services for grid extension.
Client: Uganda Electricity Distribution Company Limited (UEDCL)
Isimba Hydropower Plant and Associated Transmission Lines and Sub-Stations
Topographical, Geological investigations and studies, Hydrological studies, Environmental and Social Impact Assessment studies, Resettlement Action Plan for Power plant site and Transmission Line route.
Client: Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development, Uganda
Efficient and Sustainable Energy Supply in Uganda
Feasibility study, design and implementation for the rehabilitation of the existing hydro-power plant (HPP) Maziba in south-western Uganda and the grid extensions and the upgrading of existing distribution lines as well as the investigation of possible new sites for small hydro power stations ( Nyagak II & III and Olewa) in the West-Nile Region.
Client: Ministry Energy and Mineral Development
Rehabilitation of Tororo-Opuyo-Lira 132-kV Transmission Line
Reviewed previous power studies, proposed the power transmission line route on the basis of the available area maps and reconnaissance survey, prepared a preliminary function design and cost estimates of the transmission line and associated sub-stations expansions, financial and economic analysis of the project and prepared a Project Implementation Plan.
Client: Uganda Electricity Transmission Company Ltd
Extension of the Owen Falls Dam
Feasibility Studies (1990), Preliminary Design (1991), Detailed Design and Tender Documentation (1992-93) and Supervision of Construction.
Client: UGANDA ELECTRICITY BOARD
Maguga Dam Wall & Power Station
KAGGA was part of a consortium which undertook the design and supervision of the Maguga dam wall and power station in Swaziland. The consortium included the Swazi group (ZMCK, KAGGA & M&E consultants) and Consult 4 ( Ninhan, Shand, Keev Steyn, VKE Engineers and SRK consultants) from South Africa.