Study, design, construction, operation and maintenance of the DWTP Gamboa
In urban areas, where most of the population of the city of Panama is concentrated, production systems and distribution of drinking water currently account are insufficient for the high demand for potable water demands in the urban area the city, coupled with high population growth and the large number of real estate developments being implemented in the city Panama, we are doubling the requirements of drinking water, so comes the need for a new water treatment plant, to strengthen the already built systems as are the Hydraulic Ring, specifically West Line II and thus able to provide coverage twenty-four (24) hours a day. Currently the Institute of Aqueducts and Sewers, to cover the areas covered by this project, makes the purchase of 46 MGD to the Panama Canal Authority and the implementation of tank vehicles.
With the construction of the water treatment plant the institution seeks to increase 100% potable water coverage in the metropolitan area, benefiting a total population of 143 000 627 residents of the region. The cost of this project amounts to 140 million to be implemented over a period of 756 days from the order to proceed.