$62 million Contract Awarded

Spain's Aqualia will provide the state water and sewerage company of Panama with advice and technical assistance in the metropolitan area of ​​Panama, the west of the capital and Arraiján.

Tuesday, February 6, 2018

From a statement issued by Aqualia:

Aqualia will be the company to advise the IDAAN of Panama (national public entity responsible for water supply and purification) during the next five years, after having prevailed in the public tender organized by the Panamanian entity and with which the public company seeks to gain in efficiency.

The object of the new assignment obtained by Aqualia is to provide "advice and technical assistance to the IDAAN for the operational and commercial management in the area that covers the regional directorates of Metropolitan Panama, West Panama and Arraiján". The contract, which is supported by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), includes studies to improve the aforementioned management: business plan, aqueduct master plan for the metropolitan area of Panama, process reengineering plan and structure of the central institution and staff training.

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