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Incatema starts drilling the seabed for works to build a micro-tunnel for the marine outfall in Cambérène (Senegal)

30 August, 2022

INCATEMA Consulting & Engineering started drilling the seabed to build the micro-tunnel that serves as outlet for the marine outfall foreseen in Cambérène, Senegal. The act was attended by the Senegal...

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Incatema starts installing solar panels within the project to enlarge and rehabilitate l’Azile drinking water supply network (Haiti)

27 July, 2022

Incatema Consulting & Engineering started implementing photovoltaic panels in the drinking water network enlargement project for the town of l’Azile, in Haiti. It is an autonomous pumping system fed b...

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Incatema completes a water desalination plant in Foundiougne (Senegal)

6 July, 2022

Incatema has completed and commissioned the works to build a water desalination plant in Foundiougne (Senegal), that improve access to drinking water for more than 5,000 people. The works for this plant star...

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Representatives from the Islamic Development Bank and ONAS check on the advances of INCATEMA ongoing works in Cambérène (Senegal)

31 May, 2022

Incatema Consulting & Engineering accompanied the official visit organised by representatives from the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) to follow up the advances of the projects to build an offshore sewag...

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Incatema starts providing drinking water supply to Foundiougne (Senegal)

26 April, 2022

Incatema started the supply of drinking water to Foundiougne (Senegal) once the operational tests have been completed for the drinking water treatment plant built within a project launched by the Senegalese ...

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Incatema carries out water tests in our drinking water network extension projects in Haiti

11 April, 2022

Incatema Consulting & Engineering is currently testing drinking water transmission capacity in various ongoing projects in Haiti aiming at rehabilitating and enlarging drinking water networks. Three of ...

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Incatema begins disassembly of the Cambérène WWTP equipment (Dakar, Senegal)

18 March, 2022

Incatema has started to dismantle the old equipment of the Cambérène WWTP, in Dakar (Senegal), which was in operation, in order to proceed with the assembly of the newly manufactured elements that replace ...

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Infrastructures developed by Incatema are the backbone for sustainable development in the countries of implantation

4 March, 2022

On the occasion of World Engineering Day for Sustainable Development, Incatema notes the importance of the engineering projects it carries out on various latitudes of the planet and which serve as levers for...

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Incatema initiates transport of the pipes that will make up Cambérène’s marine outfall (in Dakar, Senegal)

17 February, 2022

Incatema has started to load the first sixteen pipes of a total of 500 needed to produce the micro-tunnel for the marine outfall that the company is building in Dakar, Senegal. The pipes are made in Logroño...

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ONAS delegation inspects pipe manufacturing for Cambérène’s marine outfall (in Dakar, Senegal)

2 February, 2022

Incatema has received a visit from a delegation of the National Office of Sanitation of Senegal (ONAS) and Control Mission to inspect the high-resistance concrete pipes and tunnel boring equipment required f...

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