After months of arduous international competition, Savener has been awarded the design of the SWRO Barka V Desalination Plant in Oman. The EPC formed by the Spanish GS Inima and the Italian Fisia Italimpianti has been responsible for selecting Savenerto carry out the design of practically all the engineering of the installation, thus signing a contract that will involve more than 50,000 hours of work.
Is consists of a Seawater Reverse Osmosis (SWRO) desalination plant, with a capacity 100.000 m3/day and an investment of approximately 129 millons dolars, placed in Barka, to the north of Mascate, and it will complete the desalination complex that is currently providing the population near the capital.
It has 5 RO trains using Spiral wound membranes, DAF pre-treatment system and Gravity Dual Media Filters and a post-treatment using UP-flow Limestone filter.
This alliance will allow the Savener team and specialists and the 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, I&C, Mechanics or 3D Modeling, guaranteeing the usual levels of demand and quality of Savener projects.
With this project Savener consolidates its knowledge and experience in the water sector, specifically in desalination systems, and reinforces its presence as a strategic and technological partner of large engineering projects in the international arena.