Sogea Construction (Vinci) is to build three wastewater treatment plants and a drinking water plant in France
Nov 29, 2006
Sogea Construction has secured the contract for the reconstruction of the wastewater treatment plant serving the Angers Loire Métropole agglomeration. The new plant will occupy an area of 90,000 sq. metres. Its capacity will be raised to 285,000 p.e., i.e. 65,000 cu. metres/day, with a peak throughput of 5,500 cu. metres/hour in rainy weather. This contract is valued at 50 million Euros.
In Martinique, Sogea has just won an order worth 8.5 million euros for the construction of the new wastewater treatment plant at Le Marin (12,500 p.e.). The contract covers the civil engineering, to be supplied by Sogea Martinique, and the process engineering designed by Sogea Construction.
And, finally, Sogea Construction has secured the design-build contract to upgrade the drinking water plant at Moulineaux, which supplies the greater Rouen area. This plant will produce 30,000 cu. metres/d with an instantaneous output of 1,500 cu. metres/h, using the Membratec membrane technique. Contract value: 9.7 million Euros.
Sogea Construction is well-known on the French market for its expertise in the area of water treatment. Sogea Construction operates as a systems integrator (engineering, installation of the process engineering, civil engineering, plant operation) for water treatment and purification plants. To date, Sogea Construction has built more than 70 drinking water plants and 250 wastewater treatment plants and operates facilities in France offering a capacity of 1,200,000 population equivalent. Sogea Construction is a subsidiary of the VINCI Group, the world's leading integrated concession/construction group; it operates in mainland France in the fields of construction, civil engineering, hydraulic engineering and services through a network of 230 local business units. Sogea Construction employs 13,000 people and generates annual net sales worth 2.7 billion Euros.
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