SOLUTIONS FOR CITIES – ADAPTIVE TO UNIQUE DEMANDS OF EVERY PROVINCE
Providing infrastructure for a growing population in urban areas, industrial development and offering treatment of water pollution has become more pressing than ever.
Investment models selected and offered by Saigon Water are solutions catering to individual provinces, in line with governing economic policies. Saigon Water is capable to invest in both projects and entities in this sector.
With approximate VND 600 billions as our charter capital, Saigon Water is confident to partner with water infrastructure and environmental development projects.
Collecting experiences from execution of past projects, as well as fund raising for medium to large scale infrastructure projects, especially in water sector, Saigon Water builds and maintains strong connection with financial institutions, credit instituations both locally and internationally. Therefore, Saigon Water possesses the capability to mobilize resources with reasonable cost for upcoming and future projects.
Project management and Asset management capability:
With our existing projects, Saigon Water established specialized management to be responsible for not only effective management of investment portfolio but also additional value of the projects by:
– Technical support that helps to optimize operation capability;
– Entrepreneur support in financial management such as financial re-structure, fund raising for development and investment.
Types of investment
– Build and operate investment
– BOT investment
– BTO investment
– BT investment
– And other suitable investment models
Saigon Water would be able to provide FDBO package for potential projects, including Investment, Design, Build and Operate.
EXPERIENCES IN NEW PROJECT DEVELOPMENT
+ Sài Gòn – Pleiku Water Treatment Plant (Gia Lai Province)
+ Tân Hiệp 2 Water Treatment Plant (HCMC)
EXPERIENCES IN ASSET MANAGEMENT AND OPERATION
+ Dankia 2 Water Treatment Plant (Lam Dong PRovince), owned by Saigon – Dankia Water Supply JSC.
+ Enviro Engineering Corporation
+ BOO Thu Duc Water Treatment Plant (HCMC), owned by Thu Duc BOO Water Corporation