PRIMEX wins upland irrigation and water resources project in Cambodia

PRIMEX President and CEO Elvira C. Ablaza negotiated the contract for the PRIMEX-led Consortium for the ADB loan-funded Uplands Irrigation and Water Resources Management Sector Project (Loan 3289-CAM) on 13 January 2016 in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

CADTIS

Picture taken after the conclusion of contract negotiations between the PRIMEX-led Consortium and the Project Management Unit (PMU) of the Ministry of Water Resources and Meteorology (MOWRAM). In photo are senior officials of the Royal Government of Cambodia led by His Excellency Chann Sinath, MOWRAM Deputy Director General and Project Director; representatives of the Ministry of Economy and Finance led by Mr. Yi Sokthearith, Chief of the Office of Multilateral Cooperation; Ms. Elvira C. Ablaza, PRIMEX President and CEO (standing, 4th from left); Mr. Ryohei Ishii and Mr Daigo Yano of Oriental Consultants Global (Japan); and Mr. Dy Tith, President of CADTIS, Cambodia (standing, 3rd from left).

The project will run from February 2016 to February 2021 in joint venture agreement with Oriental Consultants Global Co., Ltd. (OCG) and in association with Cambodian’s Action for Development Consultants Co., Ltd. (CADTIS). Senior officers of both firms also joined the proceedings.

“This new project in Cambodia is a great way to welcome 2016 for PRIMEX. We are slowly growing our presence in the Greater Mekong Sub-Region not only in water resources and irrigation projects but also in education projects. We appreciate this other chance to work with MOWRAM and rest assured that we will deliver excellent results as we are doing with our first loan project with them,” said Ablaza.

PRIMEX is also currently implementing the Water Resources Management Sector Development Project (ADB Loan/Grant No. 2672-8253/0220 CAM [SF]) with the Ministry of Water Resources and Meteorology (MOWRAM) until 2017.

Engr. Estelita Y. Gutierrez, PRIMEX Senior Vice President, was equally optimistic about the new project.

“Irrigation and water resources are among the company’s core strengths and  we have good partners working with us in  this project. Our experience in Cambodia is another plus factor. Because of these, I am confident that our team will perform well in this assignment,” said Gutierrez.

ECA Visit to CADTIS office

Picture taken during the visit of Ms. Elvira C. Ablaza, PRIMEX President and CEO (standing, 4th from left)to the new CADTIS office in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. With her are CADTIS senior officers and key staff led by Mr. Dy Tith, President (seated). Others in photo are (L to R):  Mr. Tith Ty; Mr. Phouv Narin, Director for Research; Mr. Chhoun Sovann, Director for Project Implementation; Mr Rithy Chan, Vice President; and Mr Phorn Khen, staff

 

 

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