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PROGRAM

TALENT, TECHNOLOGY, AND EXPERIENCE


WATER FOR HEALTH

The access to drinking water is marked as goal 6 “Clean water and sanitation”. Achieving these goals will, in addition to improving greatly the living conditions of the population, set a very important benchmark for any country in regard to the International Community: it enhances competitive advantages while awakening a renewed interest from basic development agents, such as multilateral entities, development banks, and private investors.

Our program “Water for Health” is designed to support our customers in achieving this objective. Improvements in the

water supply sources do not only contribute to the objective mentioned above but is also a key strategy for the goal 1 for ending the poverty, goal 3 for good health and well-being and goal 12 for responsible consumption and production.

Urban Area 80%

RURAL AREA * 29%

*Access to drinking water with aqueduct, the year 2011

At the Summit for Sustainable Development, that took place in September 2015, the State Members of the UN approved the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, that includes 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to put an end to poverty, fight against the inequalities and confront the climate change.

THE SECOND LEADING CAUSE OF CHILD MORTALITY IN THE WORLD IS DIARRHEA, AND 88 % OF THESE CASES IS DIRECTLY RELATED TO INADEQUATE SANITATION


TECHNICAL SOLUTIONS

TRAINING

LOGISTIC SOLUTIONS

HEALTHY HABIT TRAINING

It the last years much improvement has occurred in the drinking water objective, but much remains to be achieved, particularly in rural areas; and this is where we present our program. Our program would like to contribute to creating the world with more opportunities for everybody, satisfying our client´s needs, and bringing drinking water to those areas that today do not have it. The Program “Water for Health” lays out technical solutions and provides to the authorities the tools to prevent and resolve conflict situations.

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

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+ HIGHLIGHTED PROJECT EPC, Operation and Maintenance during 24 months of 65 purification plants of 1 m3/h to 3 m3/h for indigenous communities located in the area of the Pastaza, Corrientes, Tigre y Marañón river basins and in the Amazon, within the framework of Supreme Decree on the Declaration of Health Emergency in the Loreto Department. The Republic of Peru. A Complete water supply solution: water catchment via well, purification plant, storage tank and drinking water outlet. Carrying out of all the civil works Supply to 20,000 people.

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Volume: 1,000 - 3,000 l/h The project was conducted for the National Program on Rural Irrigation and Sanitation (PnSR). The Ministry of Housing, Construction and Sanitation. Peru Budget: 16,940,789 USD

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NO POVERTY

GOOD HEALTH AND WELL-BEING

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GENDER EQUALITY

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AFFORDABLE AND CLEAN ENERGY

INDUSTRY, INNOVATION AND INFRASTRUCTURE

SUSTAINABLE CITIES AND COMMUNITIES

CLIMATE ACTION

LIFE ON LAND

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ZERO HUNGER

QUALITY EDUCATION

CLEAN WATER AND SANITATION

DECENT WORK AND ECONOMIC GROWTH

REDUCED INEQUALITIES

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RESPONSIBLE CONSUMPTION AND PRODUCTION

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LIFE BELOW WATER

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PEACE AND JUSTICE STRONG INSTITUTIONS

PARTNERSHIPS FOR THE GOALS


FORTALECIMIENTO DE CAPACIDADES

THE HUMAN COMPONENT

ASSURING KNOWLEDGE

WE INCLUDE THE POPULATION VARIABLE IN OUR PROGRAMS; IT IS A KEY FACTOR IN OUR PROJECTS 51,63%

It is a common error in the engineering and construction sector to complete projects without taking into account the population that will consequently be using these services. Inclam is not just another EPCspecialized organization. We believe that to confront the fundamental challenges of our planet, a different perspective is required, with multidisciplinary strategies to achieve balanced outcomes, with equal weighting of all involved variables. We are confident that any work done from a holistic viewpoint will generate sustainable results; we are committed to finding solutions fitting the communities for which our projects are designed. Our networks include all kinds of development organizations (NGOs, governments, multilateral organizations, development banks, etc.), and we provide the professional teams that guarantees innovative, sustainable results. Our experience speaks for itself. Therefore, our water supply program includes a component exclusively dedicated to evaluating and defining the feasibility of our purification plants from a social angle, facilitating integrating strategies

To ensure that a water 15,67%purification solution provides improvement for the population, it is crucial that maintenance and management of the plant are included at the planning stage. It must include 13,05% a governing body, should it be governmental, privately managed or from the civil society; such a body must be adequately instructed and empowered to manage efficiently the 19,65% future resource and will thus become an essential element in safeguarding the future of the investment. Inclam possess ample experience in water resource management, as well as in shepherding and developing maintenance plans for the governing bodies. Our proposal will include diagnostic of the institution´s needs, which in turn will allow for the design of an organizational system fitting the actual reality of each community, and the required capacity building of the personnel that will be entrusted to run the plant in the future. Our experience enables us to advise our clients on the optimal way to run the completed water purification plant, providing the assurance not only of a correct technical design and installation, but also the capable human resources for its successful operation.

This diagnosis allows us to determine the strong features and the possible necessary improvement of the maintenance team, which will subsequently lead to long-term solutions for our clients. Once the needs of the maintenance organization have been defined, Inclam will generate all educational materials to enable that body to fulfill its tasks. Our proposal includes all necessary educational material, both technical and structural, which our clients can use to ensure the appropriate training of the chosen personnel. Our training experience in different settings and organizations, both public and private, or of the civil society, enables us to create material to the diverse populations with all required detail and specification. We know, that our role does not exhaust itself in the design and construction of water purification plants, but that we have to create resources in the target community that provide the human development wherever they are built.

El proceso de Desarrollo y Fortalecimiento de Capacidades (DFC) tiene la finalidad de aumentar las competencias de personas y organizaciones que contribuyen a la transformación de conflictos, la construcción de paz y la gestión efectiva de organizaciones. El término capacidades se asocia al fortalecimiento de las habilidades humanas y de la capacidad de gestión organizacional con el objetivo de aplicar los recursos disponibles de forma efectiva y eficiente y de mejorar el desempeño de personas y organizaciones para que estas puedan prestar servicios de calidad orientados a sus clientes. Programa CERCAPAZ-GTZ


OUR PROPOSAL Our program includes, in addition to the construction, installation, and commissioning:

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Execution of a participative diagnostic of the community´s needs for drinking water and hygiene. What are the organizational structures of the population and the institutions?

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Diagnostics of the necessities of the regulatory body responsible for the maintenance of the plants once installed.

THE ADMINISTRATION

THE COMMUNITY

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The design of a technical training program for the organization that will assume the maintenance ofthe plants once installed.

LONG TERM

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Design, printing, and distribution of educational material on health and hygiene habits for the dwellings in the community, as well as teacher training in the local schools, to enable them to

WIDE RANGE

+ HIGHLIGHTED PROJECT Construction, Installation and Commissioning of a modular water treatment plant Continuous washing technology Stainless steel and polyester reinforced with fiber glass Capacity 200 l/s

DEVELOPING THE LOCAL HUMAN CAPITAL IS AN ESSENTIAL PART OF OUR PROPOSAL; IT IS THE ONLY WAY TO CREATE A LONGTERM SOLUTION

200,000 persons supplied Carúpano. The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela Project completed for HIDROVEN, C.A Budget: 5,560,000 USD


EPC, ENGINEERING, improving the quality of life starts with a simple gesture

PROCUREMENT AND CONSTRUCTION

PURIFICATION

SANITATION

DESALINATION

HYDRAULIC INFRASTRUCTURES

ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURES

INDUSTRIAL INFRASTRUCTURES

The Global Handwashing day is celebrated all over the world on October 15th, to remind us of the relevance to the health of a simple gesture such as washing hands with soap and water. Hand washing with soap and water is the most economical form of prevention of diarrheic and acute respiratory infections that weaken the health of millions of children. These two diseases are the major cause of children´s death around the world. However, hand washing with soap and water is not commonly practiced, and it is difficult to promote, in spite of its lifesaving potential. THE HABIT OF A SIMPLE GESTURE SAVES LIVES UNICEF


GENERATING HABITS Our water supply solutions aim at improving the quality of life of the populations, and, therefore, it is essential to include them in the process. Therefore, our solutions go hand in hand with two kinds of training to population; first with the programs in the schools, and then with educational materials distributed to the wider community.

SCHOOLS Children are the future of a community and can change their habits easier than the adult population. Therefore, the direct work at the schools guarantees quick and lasting changes. Inclam will prepare educational material for the schools, and will conduct a capacity building program for the teachers so that they can use health-related themes in the classroom. Through games, educational materials, and videos, the children will learn the importance of healthy habits and will carry this knowledge home, setting in motion big changes that can result in the quality of life improvements in all the families of the target population. Such work will be coordinated with the educational authorities of the community and the school principal.

HOMES Educational material related to health, adapted to the needs of each population and with the consensus of the country’s health administrators will be distributed to homes.

Each household will receive a visual poster on the healthy habits INCLAM´s solutions for drinking water supply include the preparation, printing and distribution of the material, as well as the coordination with the health authorities to avoid duplication of efforts, and to support any policies already prepared. Inclam´s working philosophy aims at improving the quality of life of the populations that benefit from our services. Therefore, our water supply proposals include more actions than those solely of technical nature. Our company fully engages with the users of our services, because we understand the need for a holistic point of view. The enclosed proposal aims to solve the problem of rural drinking water supply completely. We are aware that to improve the quality of life; a purification plant construction process must go hand in hand with other actions to create the required functioning and maintenance conditions both by the community that benefits from it and by the managing institutions and bodies. The proper use of the plant and other hygienic measures are also essential to attain better health indicators in the population. We are presenting you a comprehensive solution that will considerably improve the quality of life of the inhabitants of the regions where it would be implemented, contributing to increase the development indicators that may, at present require improvement in the drinking water supply to rural populations with an effective and integrated solution.

Our multidisciplinary teams work in all the necessary fields to produce sustainable development, increase competitive advantage by making the country more attractive to foreign investment, to tourism and other aspects of a diversified economy. They also work towards fulfilling the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, while improving the human development index and other essential development indicators. All necessary elements are present in our work; we combine technical excellence with the population variables to improve the integration of our projects into the target societies and contribute to the improvement of the community. Our proposal answers to the plans designed by the authorities to reinforce the human capital and to enhance the population´s quality of life through realistic and effective projects that boost the country´s position to its citizens and International Community. To invest in water means to invest in progress and with Inclam, S.A you invest in sustainable development.

TECHNICAL

ENVIRONMENTAL

INSTITUTIONAL/REGULATORY

CULTURE/TRAINING

ECONOMICAL - FINANCIAL

HEALTH


EXAMPLE

1,600 Inhabitants consumption 60 l/inhabitant/day

ACTIVATED CARBON FILTER IRON REMOVAL FILTER

Catchment pump for surface or subterranean water Water treatment plant of 4 m3/h

FLINT FILTER

Treated water tank Water source (faucets) for the community Pipelines from the catchment to supply source Civil works

CONTROL PANEL (PCL)

LAMELLAR DECANTER

HYDROCHLORIC ACID DISPENSER

FLOCCULENT DISPENSER

SODIUM HYPOCHLORITE DISPENSING UNIT


+ HIGHLIGHTED PROJECT Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) of the water treatment plant of Nkumekien Includes a stainless steel frame to facilitate load and unload as well asland transport High level of local acceptance Drinking water supply to 1,600 inhabitants Volume 4 m3/h Equatorial Guinea

At Inclam, we understand that when emphasizing the training the people of healthy habits, it is also necessary to facilitate them with the means to practice the habits mentioned above, i.e. clean and good quality water. The solutions that we offer include the catchment of water at the source, the conduits to the purification plant, the treated water storage tank and the distribution to the population by water sources at key passing points of the community. Another matter worth mentioning is the construction, installation and testing phase of the project. During this phase, the population does not yet have the access to drinking water; it has access, however, to another important resource; a source of income from remunerated work, nudging rural families to improve their living conditions. The local population is directly involved in the project by working on a water supply project that will benefit the individuals as well as the community. The locally recruited workforce will act in direct coordination with the Inclam

specialized team that manages the program to its completion according to the agreed/foreseen directives. Thus, the community becomes the main impulse of the initial programs and takes responsibility for the leap forward towards a better way of life. The proposed solution, the mechanical and electrical equipment and their control instrumentation and working sequence of the purification plant are described below from a technical point of view. We want to present in detailthe scope of the supply program from the technical point of view, its components, and their quality and how they will work together.


However, our priority is to help the communities most in need, and, therefore, drinking water supply solution for a population of up to 5,000 inhabitants (and consumption of 16 gallons per head and day) is described in detail as follows.

The results show that all water supply and sanitation improvements are costbeneficial in all developing countries. GLOBAL COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS OF WATER SUPPLY AND SANITATION INTERVENTIONS. SWISS TROPICAL INSTITUTE, BASEL, SWITZERLAND

Rotavirus is the most common cause of childhood diarrhea around the world and represents a considerable cost to the community; it is relevant to include it in any evaluation or a preventive program. In Mexico, diarrhea caused 5,955 hospitalizations with a cost of 5.5 million USD. Average cost per each diarrhea event was 936 USD RESOURCE ALLOCATION AND COST OF SEVERE DIARRHEA TREATMENT, CAUSED BY ROTAVIRUS IN MEXICAN CHILDREN, FROM THE HEALTH SERVICE PROVIDER´S POINT OF VIEW.

OUR GOAL IS TO INCREASE AVAILABILITY OF DRINKING WATER IN COMMUNITIES OF FEWER THAN 5,000 INHABITANTS, PRIORITIZING EMERGENCIES DECLARED AND TO PROVIDE THE NECESSARY CONDITIONS FOR SUSTAINABLE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

The figures presented in this document correspond to a solution for which a specific budget has been proposed.

INCLAM DESIGNS PLANTS TAILORED TO THE CLIENT´S REQUIREMENTS AND THE SURROUNDING ENVIRONMENT

Inclam develops all kind of supply solutions; family units for the supply of drinking water to the kitchen and the rest of the dwellings; mobile units for rural communities and emergency situations for up to 2,400 people; hybrid fixed and mobile plants for communities from 500 to 5,000 people; pressure filtration technologies for rural communities from 4,000 to 10,000 people; and continuous wash filters for communities larger than 10,000 people.


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Water from the river/well is impelled with a four m3/h, 48-meter water column, submersible pump, along a 300-yard conduit to the pretreatment´s first phase.*.

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Pre-treatment is a ring filter to eliminate large particulate matter.

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Then micro-organisms are eliminated with an in-line shock treatment with chlorine.

In succession, coagulants are added to agglutinate the suspected solids and facilitate their separation in the next phase, lamellar decantation.

The decanted and clarified water is pumped to the rest of the treatment.

The decanter will also function as contact chamber between the water and the added hypochlorite. In the decanter, we eliminate up to 95 % of the suspended solids in the water.

LAMELLAR 5 DECANTER

3 HYPOCHLORITE DISPENSING UNIT

SAFETY RING FILTER

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4 COAGULANT DISPENSING UNIT

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THE TREATED WATER, FREE FROM IMPURITIES WILL BE STORED IN THE DAILY-SUPPLY TANK SO THAT IT READY TO BE USES AS PER THE NECESSITIES OF THE POPULATION

1 SUBMERSIBLE PUMP

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6. PRESSURE PUMP

7. FLINTANTHRACITE FILTER

11 HYPOCHLORITE DISPENSING UNIT

8 HYDROCHLORIC ACID 10 12 DAILY-SUPPLY TANK

DISPENSER

ACTIVATED CARBON FILTER

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IRON REMOVAL FILTER

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8-9 7 First, the water goes through a sand filter, which eliminates suspended solids that have not been decanted

For the emptying and the cleaning of the plant, a gravity discharge pipeline to the nearest channel is required, or a location designated by the client, with a maximum distance of 30 m. If the pipeline should be longer, or impulsion due to elevation insufficiency would be needed or any additional works should be added, Inclam can design them and make a quote free of charge, and complete the execution of works if necessary.

10 Second, in succession, the water goes through an activated carbon filter, to strip the remaining suspended solids.

As a final stage of treatment, the water is chlorinate to ensure the absence of microorganisms as well as compliance with WHO regulations regarding drinking water, transfering the water to a storage tank.


EQUIPMENTS

PUMPING EQUIPMENT

TREATED WATER TANK

Submersible intake on river/well.

3,000 liters treated water tank.

PIPES

WATER SUPPLY SOURCE

HD Polyethylene 1 1/2” conduit PN-10 300 m. long, connecting intake to plant. HD Polyethylene 1 1/2” conduit PN-10 5 m. long, connecting treatment plant to treated water tank.

Double fountain with pedestal with six 12 liters/minute faucets, automatic shut-off, built as a concrete block with rebar including splash tray, drain, drainage pipe discharging 20 meters away.

HD Polyethylene 1 1/2” conduit PN-10 5 m. long, connecting treated water tank to output faucet.

LABORATORY EQUIPMENT

TREATMENT PLANT

Free chlorine measuring kit (drop colorimeter).

Safety ring filter. Coagulant and sodium hypochlorite dispensing units. Lamellar decanter. Pump to treatment. Sand bed automatic filter.

Stick Pocket pH-meter. Stick Pocket conductivity meter. Portable compact turbidity meter.

OTROS COMPONENTES Thermal breaker for the raw water intake pumps. Electrical transformer, 220 V-24 V.

Activated automatic carbon automatic filter (dechlorination). Final chlorination.

Surge protector by tension differential Main electrical shut-off. Programmable Logic Controller, Omron or of similar quality.

Central electrical panel. Self-supporting stainless steel frame, with removable cover panels (Polypropylene, PVC or similar) on three sides and top.

3.5-inch touch screen. Central electrical panel. A user operation and maintenance manual, in both printed and digital form, will be provided.


GLOBAL WATER, SANITATION, & HYGIENE CDC - CENTERS FOR DESEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION

EACH DOLLAR INVESTED IN DIARRHEA PREVENTION YIELDS APPROXIMATELY 25,80 DOLLARS

CIVIL WORK

ADDITIONAL SERVICES

Clearing and leveling the site, obtaining visibly horizontal ground on which the plant will be installed. .

Water Catchment. Whether from a river or a well. Inclam includes the supply and installation of the pump specified in the technical description.

Pouring of the foundation slab for the plant: 18 meters square and 0.25 meters thick.

The length of the conduit from catchment to the plant is up to 200 meters.

Pouring of the foundation slab for the water tank, 2.25 meters/square and 0.25 cm thick.

Inclam can execute longer conduits according to client´s requirements. Same applies to the electrical connection to the catchment pump.

Execution of the 3 m high metal grid for the water tank installation.

Handling the electrical hook-up to a supplier feed lineis the responsibility of the client. Inclam will carry out the connection to the control panel.

Installation of the 3,000-liter tank.

Emptying and cleaning of the plant requires a drainage line to the nearest river, or to a site designated by the client. Inclam will quote and execute any additional length once the location of the plant has been determined.

Drainage and clean-out catch basin. Conduit ditch digging and installation of HD Polyethylene 50 mm diameter tubing of up to a length of 300 meters.

Customs duties, customs formalities, import levies can be covered in a separate quotation.

Conduit ditch digging and installation of HD Polyethylene 110 mm diameter tubing of up to a length of 40 meters. 2 meters high perimeter chain link fence. Self-closing source for the treated water dispensing Installation of cover on the plant using structure and metallic plates.

WE FORM OUR TEAMS BY RECRUITING PEOPLE FROM THE LOCALITIES WHERE THE PLANTS AND INSTALLATIONS WILL BE SITED, OBTAINING A GREATER DEGREE OF INVOLVEMENT


ALVARO BAQUEDANO

ELIO VICUÑA

alvaro.baquedano@inclam.com

MANAGEMENT Alvaro has a master’s Degree in Environmental Science specialized in Environmental Technology, and Master in Infrastructure Management and Environmental Services. The following projects should be highlighted among his most important professional experience; Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) for the adaptation of storage area for the CIR (Industrial radio communication complex) project. The State of Aragua The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. (213,503.55 USD) EPC of water treatment plant of Carúpano, a with a treatment capacity of 200 l/s. The Municipality of Bermúdez State of Sucre The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. (5,579,954.46 USD) Supply, Installation and commissioning of 3 Compact Water Treatment Plants in Daloa, San Pedro, and Tabou cities, with a treatment capacity of 100 l/s, 100 l/s and 60 l/s, respectively. The Ivory Coast. (1,843,965.34 €)

e.vicuna@inclam.com

PROGRAM COORDINATION Civil Engineer (Road, Canal and Port Engineer) graduated from the Polytechnic University of Madrid. Manager of the Technical Area of the Civil works as a technical specialist both in design and review of Construction Projects for companies specialized in design and construction of water treatment plants and purification, sanitation, and tertiary treatment. Benchmark projects: EPC, Operation and Maintenance during 24 months of 66 purification plants of 1 m3/h to 3 m3/h for indigenous communities located in the area of the Pastaza, Corrientes, Tigre y Marañón river basins and in the Amazon, within the framework of Supreme Decree on the Declaration of Health Emergency in the Loreto Department. The Republic of Peru. (16,940,789 USD) Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) of water supply and sewage network and connection to the water supply network in Buena Esperanza, Phase II. (11,869,800.05 €) Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) of the catchment and drinking water treatment plant with a treatment capacity of 100 l/s, storage tanks (2) of 2,500 m3 each and elevated tank of 100 m3 for the residential neighborhood of Buena Esperanza. (5,929,815.34 €)

ROBERTO VICENTE roberto.vicente@inclam.com

ALBERT GALLEGO albert.gallego@inclam.com

DESIGN AND SUPERVISION

MANUFACTURE

Roberto is Technical Engineer in Public Works (equivalent to Civil Engineer), and he also has a Master´s degree in Industrial Organization awarded by the Polytechnic University of Catalonia.

Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) and maintenance (12 months) for the Waste Water Treatment Plant in Colonia Tovar, with a treatment capacity of 70 l/s. Tovar municipality. The State of Aragua The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. (7,441,860.00 USD)

Civil Engineer (Road, Canal and Port Engineer) graduated from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia. His degree is equivalent to Master´s degree in civil engineering and hydraulics. He has more than 17 years of professional experience mainly in hydraulic engineering, even though he has worked in other areas as well, such as linear projects, urbanization, waste management and environmental studies. He has completed mainly drafting projects, although he has also worked in Project Management, Technical Office and, Project Monitoring. He has held management positions in consulting companies of reference in the hydraulic sector. During all his projects, he has worked as the person in charge of the quantity take-off.

Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) of water treatment plant of Los Pedros with a treatment capacity of 100 l/s. The State of Falcon The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela. (1,950,000.00 USD)

Supply, Transport and installation of the new floating fleet system (barge), assigned for Camatagua-Planta Zuata channel system in San Sebastián municipality, State of Aragua (3,340,645.63 USD).

Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) of the drinking water treatment plant, treatment capacity of 100 s/l. The Republic of Honduras (995,465.92 USD)

Acquisition of pumping equipment to Managua within the framework of the Water and Sanitation Project in the metropolitan area of Managua-PRASMA). Managua. The Republic of Nicaragua. (292,494.32 USD)

He is a specialist in hydraulic construction projects and monitoring. The following should be highlighted among his main water supply projects:


CARLOS PEREZ

JOAN LLORENS

carlos.perez@inclam.com

LOGISTICS Higher Vocational Training in Information Technology awarded by the IT System School in Madrid. Manager of Purchase and Logistic of the International Department, in charge of supply and international transport of the material for completing several construction works in Guinea Ecuatorial, Venezuela and Ivory Coast, among others. Carlos Pérez has participated in logistic projects of Inclam group, and he has managed more than 1000 containers that sum up to more than 100 million euros.

joan.llorens@inclam.com

MOUNTING Joan is Industrial Technical Engineer, specialized in Structures. He was awarded the grade by the Polytechnical University of Catalonia. Mr. Llorens has more than 24 years of experience in different Project Management project in MADESA (a company dedicated to machinery, purification, and services) and currently he is our Water Treatment Division Manager. Joan Llorens, as a responsible of mounting, has actively participated in all the works and projects of the EPC-division, especially mentioning his involvement in Hydraulic Infrastructures Department.

PALOMA ANDRES paloma.andres@inclam.com

ARTURO WARLETA arturo.warleta@inclam.com

COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION AND TRAINING

RESULTS MONITORING

Paloma has a master´s degree in psychology awarded by the Comillas Pontifical University of Madrid (UPCO). She also has a University Specialist degree in Planning and Management of International Cooperation Projects, awarded by The National Distance Education University (UNED)

Master´s Degree in Business Administration and Management awarded by the Autonomous University of Madrid (Spain)/ University of Gävle (Sweden) Certification of International Cooperation awarded by the “José Simeón Cañas” Central American University (El Salvador). Mr. Warleta also holds a master´s degree in Politics and Democracy awarded by the National Distance Education University (UNED).

Her areas of expertise include sustainable development, corporate responsibility, organizations behavior analysis, human relations, participative processes, group motivation and analysis of social variables. She has developed her career managing her projects and strategic planning for sustainable development projects funded by private donors initiatives, national cooperation agencies, bilateral and multilateral organizations. With her solid knowledge about the dynamics of international cooperation and her seven years’ experience as an expatriate in Central America, her greatest strengths are the motivation for change, great public speaking skills and her ability to manage projects during the whole process cycle.

He has developed his career in international private companies, UN agencies, and NGOs. He is specialized in project management and institution, and the systemization of processes. At the technical level, he has cooperated on various public health projects, emphasizing the institutional strengthening of the counterparts. He has lived in several countries in Europe, Latin America, and Africa. He participates in social movements in different sectors in Madrid and collaborates with diverse mass media. Currently, he resides in Central America where he works at the junction of the common elements between business and social entities.


remarkable aspects MORE THAN 100 INSTALLED PLANTS 1.800.000 INHABITANTS SUPPLIED MORE THAN 300 TRANSPORTED CONTAINERS ACTIVITIES IN MORE THAN TEN COUNTRIES (PERU, VENEZUELA, GUINEA EQUATORIAL, IVORY COAST…) PROJECTS AMOUNTING TO MORE THAN 50 MILLION OF EUROS WE WORK IN EPC SINCE 1999 OUR TEAM INCLUDES MORE THAN 200 HIGHLY SKILLED PROFESSIONAL OUR PLANTS COVER ALL THE TREATMENT VOLUMES

WE IMPROVE THE HEALTH INDEX OF ALL THE COMMUNITIES WITH WHOM WE INTERACT

*approximate estimate values

WE TREAT AROUND 6 MILLION LITERS OF WATER HOURLY


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