Ferrovial Agroman and Cadagua awarded new project for waste water treatment in Aragón


new waste water treatment plant in aragon

Works on the ‘Project for building infrastructures for waste water treatment in the municipalities of Utebo, La Joyosa, Pinseque, Sobradiel, Torres de Berrelen and Zaragoza’ carried out through a joint venture integrated by Ferrovial Agroman, Cadagua and MLN, under a contract worth 23.8 million euros, were finalised and commissioned on 1 October.

These works are part of the 117 million euro-, 20-year concession tendered by the Water Authority of Aragon, an institution of the local Government of Aragon in Spain.

Works were finalised within agreed deadlines, and consist essentially of a waste water treatment plant with a capacity of 28 000 m3/day, 18 km of collectors with a diameter of between 1,800 mm and 400 mm, including two 1,800 mm tubes dug under the AP-68 motorway and the railway line, and two pumping stations with a capacity of 11,200 m3/day and 16,800 m3/day.

Cadagua-FASA are clearly committed to this type of concessionary contract which requires financial management capacity in addition to technical capacity and know-how in infrastructure construction.


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