Water Treatment

Guaranteeing treated, healthy and clean water

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Water treatment, an activity that must comply with strict environmental and personal safety standards, requires fail-proof and 100% efficient processes to guarantee consumers and the neighbouring population treated, safe and clean water. A leading player for many years in this field, Bouygues Energies & Services accompanies its customers in installing, securing and controlling treatment processes. It provides them with the best technologies to keep increasing efficiency and reliability.

 

Bouygues Energies & Services manages different types of installations:

  • Waste water treatment plants;
  • Drinking water treatment plants;
  • Water pump houses and lift plants.

 

A long term result based commitment

Bouygues Energies & Services intervenes in the design stage by carrying out internal studies, performing electrical and network architecture and writing automatic and supervision programmes. It defines control plans and sets up necessary testing platforms to guarantee that its installations will run and perform correctly.

When the construction stage is finished, Bouygues Energies & Services signs multi-year contracts with its customers to maintain their processes.
These partnerships allow Bouygues Energies & Services to ensure, in a contractual manner, the continuity of service and the reliability of equipment for its customers.
 

Many state-of-the-art skills

Bouygues Energies & Services masters all necessary skills needed in the many processes of water treatment infrastructures:

  • Electrical equipment: High Voltage distribution, Low Voltage, utilities;
  • Furnishing technical facilities: sub-floors, heating, air-conditioning;
  • Process-linked services: electricity, automatic processes, controls, supervision, wiring, instrumentation;
  • Low voltage: fire detection, video surveillance, VDI wiring, telephony;
  • Securing electrical and automatic architecture;
  • Managing the corrosive and electromagnetic compatibility nuisances of factories, awareness of exploitation constraints (ergonomics of supervision views, equipment accessibility, continuity of service, etc.).
     

It can also intervene for nocturnal value of these infrastructures with external architectural lighting.
Furthermore, thanks to experience acquired both in France and abroad, it can manage customer accounts, technical interfaces, civil engineering process batches and thus intervene as a proxy agent on very large projects.