About Rural Water Supply Ltd

Rural Water Supply Limited is a government owned engineering company which is primarily involved in the designing, planning and implementation of potable water infrastructures.

Our Role

With consistently reduced allocations from Capital A Budget to the Ministry of Water & Housing for water supply projects since 1998 / 1999, it had been felt that CECL could not survive due to the reduced project portfolio of the Ministry.

Social Responsibility

Rural Water Supply Ltd. recognises the delicate interdependency between its own sustainable development and that of the society from which it extracts its economic resources.

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How we work

From Planning to Implementation


Initiation and Conception

Planning, investigation , site reconnaisance and preliminary design. Preparation of funding proposals/ mobilization of funding

02 nd Step

Design and Procurement

Final design and tender documentation Procurement. Tender .documentation, evaluation and award. Selection of Contractors, Suppliers and Consultants.

03 rd Step

Contract Management and Commissioning

Contract Administration, construction supervision, provision of Resident engineering services, Force Account implementation of works. Manage process of delivery of goods, services, works. Commissioning of works.

Projects may typically Include but not be limited to Water, Wastewater, Irrigation, Drainage, Housing, and related Infrastructure.
Electro-mechanical works Rehabilitation of existing infrastructure to obtain approvals
and ensure that the requirements of regulatory bodies and agencies are met

Our Recent news

Latest News & Articles

15,000 Southern St James residents to benefit from J$800m water supply upgrade

15,000 Southern St James residents to benefit from J$800m water supply upgrade

Jamaica Gleaner Article WESTERN BUREAU: Approximately 15,000 residents are to benefit from an investment of $800 million to upgrade the water supply systems in St James Southern, which will be carried out over the next three years, starting on April 1, 2024. Senator Matthew Samuda, the minister without portfolio in the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation, announced the…

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More water solutions coming for St Catherine

More water solutions coming for St Catherine

Jamaica Gleaner Article   FOR DECADES, the north-eastern section of St Catherine has struggled with persistent water crises. And despite the residents’ calls for help from various parliamentary representatives, the long-standing problem has remained largely unresolved. Recent efforts have resulted in slight improvements, and on Thursday, there was promise for better through the rural resilience tank programme to come on…

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