Te Mato Vai – Stage 1
Government of the Cook Islands
Government of New Zealand
Peoples Republic of China
Rarotonga, Cook Islands
2013 – 2016
Te Mato Vai is the name given to one of the largest infrastructure projects in the history of the Cook Islands, a Cook Islands water partnership with the Government of New Zealand and the People’s Republic of China.
The project is the first time New Zealand and China have worked together to deliver a major development initiative in the Pacific. The goal of this unique and innovative partnership is to reliably deliver healthy potable (drinking) water to the boundary of all buildings connected to the existing water network in Rarotonga.
Te Mato Vai is a development milestone for the Cook Islands and will have significant national health, economic and environmental benefits.Te Mato Vai is a vital component of the Cook Islands National Sustainable Development Plan.
View more information on Te Mato Vai by visiting www.tematovai.com
Site and field Inspections
Hydraulic Model Development
Initial Model Phase
Development of a National Water Supply Standard
Geotechnical and Survey Site Investigations
Contract Documentation Production
Design Report and Presentation