Joseph Ndanusa Nyabam

Director of Water Supply

Qualifications:

Mr. Nyabam obtained a B.Eng.  Civil Engineering in 1990 from Ahamdu Bello University, Zaria. He is a registered engineer (COREN 13607) and a member Nigerian Society of Engineers (MNSE 14032). He has valuable experience in the following areas: Drinking Water supply, and dam infrastructure, Water Treatment Plant design, Pipeline design, Irrigation & drainage, Development of ground water, Sanitation, Land reclamation, Road design and supervision and Geotechnical investigations.

Most Recent Experience and Consultancies

As a Principal Resident Engineer (Civil) in the Reconstruction of the Dallaji Dam in Katsina State, his scope of works included Earth Dam, Access Road, draw off works, Intake pipe works and Electro Mechanicals works.  Engineer Nyabam was the Design Engineer in the study and design of Kwall independent Hydro Power project in Jos Plateau state as well as the feasibility study and design of Pategi Irrigation Project in Kwara State, Irrigation scheme for Ganda Banye and Kasuda in Katsina state. He was the Engineer responsible for the design of water treatment plant for the Federal Ministry of Water Resouces Abuja and the Mangu Regional Water Supply Project in Plateau State.  Engineer Nyabam was the Senior Water Engineer in the supervision of 2008 & 2009 MDGs Projects for the construction of over 200 bore holes across Kaduna State. He was the Water/Drainage Engineer in charge of water supply and management, including the re design of water supply for Hadeija town i.e. provision of borehole (development of underground water), storage tanks, and pipe line extension.

Donor Relations

In addition to various project funded by multilateral banks and donors, Engineer Nyabam was responsible for the technical designs and standards for the Water Supply and Sanitation and Handwashing Infrastructure for 9 states with funding support from UNICEF.

HE was also a Resource Consultant for the supervision of latrines, design of hand washing facili­ties/urinals for schools at Omoka, Ologa in Kogi State. (UNICEF Nigeria)