The project entailed the construction of a 9 million gallon a day treatment plant, the laying of 92km long transmission pipelines and the construction and improvement of 51km long distribution pipelines. The project also involved the construction of four water reservoirs at Dodowa, Akorley, Adukrom and Atimpoku.
In the Greater Accra Region, towns and villages that are benefitting under the project include those in and around Kpone, Prampram, Old Ningo, New Ningo and Dahwenya. Other settlements to benefit include Michel Camp,
Afienya, Doyum, Kodiabe, Agomeda, Medie, Ayornya, Ayikuma, Menyum, Dodowa, Balawshi, Oyibi, Amrahia, Amanfro, Oshiyie, Frafraha, Abokobi and Pantang.
Beneficiary towns in the Eastern Region include those lying along the roads from Akrade, Senchi, New Senchi through Atimpoku, Juapong, Frankadua, Apeguso to Aboasa and then from Agomanya, Odumasi, through Somanya to Sra, Ogome, Akorley, Asesieso to Akwamufie, Apirede, Adukrom, Awukugua, Dawu, Akropong, Mamfe, Amanokrom, Mampong, Tutu, Obosomase, Ahwerease, Aburi, Gyankama, Kitase, Berekuso, Peduase and Ayi Mensa.
The contractors Messrs Tahal Group BV and Tahal Consulting Engineers completed the project in November 2014 at a cost of 56.5 million euros.