Brujuelas-Casuí Drinking Water Supply System

Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic

  • Client: Aqueduct and Sewer Corporation of Santo Domingo (CAASD)
  • Date: August 2001 - December 2002
  • Contract: US$ 53,870,000.00
  • Constructor asociado: N/A

The project was designed to collect the subterranean waters coming from the basin of the Brujuelas and Casuí rivers to supply 1 m3/s to 230,000 residents of Santo Domingo East. Also, it looked to improve the use of the existing well fields in Los Marenos and La Joya, which, together with the Brujuelas-Casuí System, supply drinking water to a population of some 990,720 residents. In addition, three storage tanks were built with a capacity to store 4,5 and 7 million gallons of water.

Services provided by the firm:
• Design for the construction of civil works

• Construction of civil works
• Engineering and detail design during construction
• Preparation of “as built” drawings