With a production capacity of 50,000 m³ per day, the plant will be the largest in West Africa when it is commissioned. It will help diversify Senegal's drinking water sources and improve the capital's water supply capacity by covering the needs of 15% of the Dakar area.
Eiffage Energie Systèmes and Eiffage Sénégal are assisting the Eiffage Génie Civil teams in the design of this first seawater desalination plant in West Africa.
At Bournezeau (85), Eiffage Génie Civil took part in...The teams at Eiffage Génie Civil are proud to have played a part in the construction of the H2 plant, the world's first vertical cement works, at Bournezeau in the...
In Billy-Berclau (62), Eiffage Génie Civil inaugurates...On Tuesday 30 May 2023, in Billy-Berclau, in the Hauts-de-France region, after a year's work, Eiffage Génie Civil teams were very proud to take part in the inauguration...
In Guinea, Eiffage Génie Civil lays the foundation...These events marked the launch of the construction of four hospitals in the regional capitals (Kindia, Labé, Kankan and N'Zérékoré).