Spanish engineering consultancy company Savener announced that it has been awarded a contract in Oman for the design of Barka V water desalination plant.
The engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) consortium formed by Spanish firm GS Inima and Italian firm Fisia Italimpianti has been responsible for selecting Savener to carry out the design of practically all the engineering of installation for the seawater reverse osmosis (RO) Barka V project, Savener said in a statement on its website.
The company said it has signed a contract that will involve more than 50,000 hours of work.
‘This alliance will allow Savener team and specialists and GS Inima and Fisia Italimpianti technicians to work in a coordinated manner in all disciplines associated with the project, such as civil engineering, electricity, piping, process, mechanics or 3D modeling, guaranteeing the usual levels of demand and quality of Savener projects,’ Savener said.
The Barka V water desalination plant will be located in Barka and will complete the desalination complex that currently supplies residents near the capital Muscat.
‘With this project Savener consolidates its knowledge and experience in the water sector, specifically in desalination systems. The award of this contract reinforces our presence as a strategic and technological partner of large engineering projects in the international arena,’ Savener added.