Inapa will raffle through Codia 49 works with an investment of RD$1,000 million

The National Institute of Potable Water and Sewage (INAPA) announced the raffle of 49 building lots with an average investment of RD$1,000 millionthrough the Dominican College of Engineers, Architects and Surveyors (Codia).

The director of INAPA, Wellington Arnaud, when announcing the information together with the president of Codia, Dolores Núñez, indicated that this raffle, which is already out for tender, seeks to boost the economy and give opportunities to professionals of the country, via the guild that brings them together.

Arnaud exhorted the engineers to prepare to participate in the draw that includes aqueducts, new drinking water networks and bringing the service to communities that have never received it.

The official emphasized that, with this, participation to the professionals of the union, without hindering them, or many requirements. “not only in terms of raffles, but by making their technicians available, of which 15 of them will start to work in supervision of these works.”

The president of Codia, in valuing INAPA’s gesture and trust, urged other state entities to join this day of raffles and contests, which are part of the guild’s motto: “Year of Transparency, Dignity and Codian Institutionality”.

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The director of INAPA explained that the works will be executed in the provinces; Duarte, Bonao, Espaillat, Sànchez Ramírez, María Trinidad Sànchez, Hato Mayor and Montecristi and covers the sanitation of the Soco and Seibo rivers in the province of El Seibo; continuation of the works in Mao, of the Moca river in Espaillat; the sewage system of Sabana de la Mar, the Valley of Hato Mayor and the completion of a work on the aqueduct in San Pedro de Macorís.

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He maintained that work is being done on a new project in the municipality of Baní, with 30 years without its treatment plant, as well as that of Barahona with 20 years out of service, and in Las Matas de Farfán, where work is being carried out. in the aqueduct.

Arnaud stressed that All the engineers who have carried out works in INAPA have executed them successfully. in the current administration, where there are no obstacles.

“We are very happy to carry out these raffles, so that engineers can develop in their professions in a fair way, which is part of the commitment to transparency of the current government, headed by President Luìs Abinader,” he said.

He added that these works are part of the plans to provide the most remote communities of the country with the precious liquid, and fulfill the role that corresponds to the State in that regard.

The announcement was made at a press conference in the Julio Ravelo de la Fuente land surveyor room at the CODIA headquarters and in the presence of the members of the Board of Directors.

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