The National Water Supply and Drainage Board and the Ministry of City Planning, Water Supply and Higher Education planned to develop Kandy North Pathadumbara Integrated Water Supply Project in Pathadumbara, the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka. Powerchina International Group Ltd was the construction contractor. The project covered the construction of 318 sq.km area, 29 reservoirs and 18 pumping stations, an 83 km water supply pipe, and a 567 km water distribution pipe. The Kandy North Pathadumbara Integrated Water Supply Project was a beneficial project aimed at providing safe pipe born water supply facilities to 6 Divisional Secretariat Divisions of Pathadumabara, Pujapitiya, Akurana, Harispattuwa, Gangawatakorale and Thumpane. It was also one of the largest water supply schemes in the country and would provide pipe-borne drinking water to 500000 people in areas beyond the Kandy suburbs by 2025.