- The contract awarded by the Ministry of Development and Environment of the Regional Government of Castile and León, through Somacyl, amounts to 1.6 million euros
Madrid, 18th February 2021. Lantania, in a joint venture with Contratas y Obras San Gregorio, will build the Trespaderne Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) in Burgos. The contract awarded by the Ministry of Development and Environment of the Regional Government of Castile and León, through the Public Infrastructure and Environment Corporation, Somacyl, amounts to 1.6 million euros, including taxes. The works are aimed at improving the water cycle in Burgos and are scheduled to be completed within 18 months.
The project aims to provide a wastewater treatment solution in the centre of Trespaderne by installing a new sewer line that will direct sewage to the newly built treatment plant, guaranteeing adequate discharge conditions to the receiving watercourse.
The new treatment plant will serve 2,800 residents and will guarantee a daily flow of 636 cubic metres, which can be increased to 816 cubic metres per day in seasonal periods. The planned actions will consist of pre-treatment, extended aeration biological treatment, sludge treatment and partial filtration for the reuse of treated water for irrigation and industrial purposes.
This project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) whose objective is to promote territorial, social and economic cohesion, development and sustainable management of European natural resources.
With this new contract, Lantania strengthens its position in the water sector. The company was recently awarded the contract to improve and expand the Almansa WWTP (Albacete) and is completing work on the Nerja treatment plant (Malaga), among other projects. The Group strengthened its Water division with the acquisition of Soil Tratamiento de Aguas Industriales and DEISA IWS last year.
The Lantania Group builds large transport, water and energy infrastructures to improve quality of life and help build a cleaner and more sustainable world. The company has a portfolio of work in progress of 350 million euros and assets of over 80 million euros. The expansion of the A-66 La Plata dual carriageway (Asturias), the bridge over the Genil River in Huétor-Tajar (Granada), the expansion of the Guadalajara Hospital, the conservation of the runways at the Adolfo Suárez Airport – Madrid Barajas and the electrification of the first section of the Ave (High-speed train) to Extremadura are among its most notable projects.
About Contratas y Obras San Gregorio
Contratas y Obras San Gregorio, S.A. is a company from Zamora with more than 35 years’ experience across all areas of civil works, construction and conservation. It is currently carrying out the reinforcement of the road surface of the A-62 dual carriageway for the Ministry of Development, the P-241 dual carriageway for the Regional Government of Castile and León, the Day Centre and Library for the elderly for the Valladolid City Council and the refurbishment of the Bullring in La Línea de la Concepción. It is also involved in street maintenance in the city of Salamanca and maintenance of the Zamora Municipal Swimming Pools. The company has a current portfolio of more than 20 million euros.