BluMetric wins $2M water systems contract in Panama

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Ottawa-based BluMetric Environmental has been awarded a US$2.348 million contract to design, build and install wastewater treatment systems at the Panama Canal.

Paul Boulay and Dana Gannon are among BluMetric's roughly 100 Ottawa-based employees.

The deal is with Grupo Unidos por el Canal, an international consortium that is currently conducting a major expansion of the canal. BluMetric will begin delivering equipment during the first half of 2014.

"This project provides a strong indication of our ability to market and deliver our solutions to large multinational customers, a specific trigger for growth outlined in our strategic plan," said Roger Woeller, BluMetric's co-CEO, in a press release.

"We have a significant presence in Latin America, and this project signals our readiness to expand in that region.  We look forward to working with GUPC as it undertakes this mega-project."

Geographic location: Panama, Latin America

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