Eptisa will carry out the design, construction and commissioning of the drinking water treatment plant of Fez and Meknes in Morocco

The plant will have a capacity of 2,000 l/s and will supply the Fez and Meknes municipalities

October 13 2014

The ONEE (Office Nattional de l’Electricité et de l’Eau Potable) has awarded the construction of the drinking water treatment plant of Fez to the consortium formed by Eptisa and GS Inima.

The contract, with an amount of € 25.2 million, includes the design, construction, equip and commissioning of a drinking water treatment plant with 172,800 m3/day (2,000 l/s) of capacity.

The water coming from the Idriss reservoir will be treated in the water treatment plant to reach the required parameters for human consumption. A pumping station will drive the water from the treatment plant to the water storage tanks for its distribution in Fez and Meknes municipalities.

This significant project consolidates the participation of Eptisa in turnkey contracts for the construction of water treatment facilities both in Spain and at international level.

Thanks to the ONEE confidence, Eptisa reinforces its presence in Africa. In recent years the activity developed in the African continent has had a significant expansion, consolidating our presence in countries such as Morocco, Algeria, Mozambique, Congo, etc.

Currently Eptisa works in 42 countries providing engineering, consultancy and information technology services in the sectors of water, transport, industry, building and energy.


 
 Eptisa will carry out the design, construction and commissioning of the drinking water treatment plant of Fez and Meknes in Morocco