Angola awards water supply project to Portuguese-French consortium

30 December 2015

A Portuguese-French consortium was selected by the Angolan government to carry out work on the water supply network worth US$301 million, according to presidential orders.

The first of the contracts is related to studies, the executive design and construction project for water capture, a raw water pumping station, pumping duct and treatment plant of the project called “Lot B1” for 39.678 billion kwanzas, to be implemented by consortium of French group Degremont and Portuguese companies Mota-Engil and Soares da Costa.

A second contract, involving the same consortium, is for studies, executive design and Process Water Treatment Plant (ETAP) of the Eta Bita project, worth 1.314 billion kwanzas. (macauhub/AO/PT)