Spanish Builder Wins Water Supply Contract for Thirsty Peru CityRandall Hackley
Sacyr SA, a Spanish builder, and its partners won a 41 million-euro ($55 million) contract to increase water supplies in Cerro de Pasco, a central Peruvian city suffering from shortages and wastewater discharge problems.
The Pasco municipal project includes construction of a new wastewater-treatment plant, modernizing the sewer system, upgrading water-catchment sources and expanding the city’s drinking-water plant, the Madrid-based company said. Sacyr’s current works in Peru include building two hydroelectric plants.
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