GES has been awarded 3 new projects
Harsh challenges raised by worldwide pandemic crisis require us to provide extra efforts to minimize the economic impact and to keep the company activity as close as possible to the “normal days” level. Having the above in mind makes our recent achievements even more important and encouraging for us. We are proud to announce that during the last two months GES has been awarded 3 new projects:
- Design and construction of 2 x 480 m³/day containerized demineralized water units for Combined Cycle Power Plant in Orot Rabin, Israel – the largest power plant in Israel.
- Design, construction, and 10 years operation of 2,880 m³/day reclamation water treatment system for Weizmann Institute of Science – one of the world’s leading multidisciplinary basic research institutions in the natural and exact sciences. The reclamation system will remove the Perchlorate and Nitrate from the well water and will produce high-quality potable water meeting strict Israeli drinking water standards.
- Design and construction of tertiary low-loaded MBR plant for the Shafdan Advanced Purification Plant, Mekorot. The water treatment plant is designed to continuously treat 144 m³/day of low-loaded secondary effluent water and has the most sophisticated control and monitoring system including online TOC, NO2, and NO3 measurement.
In all of the abovementioned projects, GES is fully committed to the original project schedule without any indulgence related to pandemic challenges. As a global solutions provider, we are committed to our clients and vendors, particularly in those difficult times.
GES is making enormous efforts to keep its operation going in the same manner, and none of these would be possible without our great team, the water engineers, and technicians who enable GES to overcome this challenge.
We are here, and we will stay here standing by your side!
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