CGC beats Eiffage and Sogea-Satom to role in KMS3 water mega-project in Senegal

CGC beats Eiffage and Sogea-Satom to role in KMS3 water mega-project in Senegal

China Geo-Engineering Corporation will build an intermediate pumping station as part of the ambitious programme to meet Dakar’s water needs.

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            ▪ CGC beats Eiffage and Sogea-Satom to role in KMS3 water mega-project in Senegal

▪ China Geo-Engineering Corporation will build an intermediate pumping station as part of the ambitious programme to meet Dakar’s water needs.

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18/09/2020 at 15h33, by Aurélie Benoit

Plans for the water treatment complex known as KMS3 are becoming ever more concrete. On the cards for several years now, the project, which aims to supply Dakar from a plant at Keur Momar Sarr in the north of the country, has just reached a new stage with the awarding of the contract for the Mekhe 2 pumping station.  

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