Cooplan projects new challenges and expands operations

Cooplan projects new challenges and expands operations
Cooplan projects new challenges and expands operations

The growth of the Cooplan RL Drinking Water and Sanitary Sewer Services Cooperative (Cooplan) adjusts to the modernity and basic needs of the Andrés Ibáñez citadel, better known as Plan Tres Mil, a municipal district where there are 132 neighborhoods. In this 2024 management, Cooplan consolidates the purchase of three Toyota Hilux 0 km trucks, 3 motorcycles and the implementation of QR payments, which are a sample of the institutional projections.

Investments with own resources, both in vehicles and in the technology area, are highlighted by the general management headed by William Méndez, who explains about this renewal carried out in this new management; the same that began in the month of June 2023. Coplan brings together approximately 40 thousand members and its short-term projection is to reach 50 thousand members.

The brand new acquisitions delivered for use by Cooplan

Upon completion of the first year of its administration, Cooplan also made a strategic alliance with the company Master Pass for the general collection of water and sewage services; the drilling of two water wells that are about to begin operations for the benefit of new members. “Thank God the Board of Directors has given us instructions so that we, the administrative part, General Management and the entire team, can carry out this type of projects, work and achievements so that they are consolidated,” says Méndez.

The general manager, Willian Méndez, in words of circumstance

At the time of the evaluation, he maintained that this first year has been satisfactory due to the consolidation of the projects, now it aims to become the first cooperative in Santa Cruz in efficiency, service, equipment and technology in the provision of the liquid element.

Miguel Ángel Escóbar, Pdte. Cooplan Board of Directors. Also from FEDECAAS

Immediate Investment Plan “Water for all” Management 2023-2026

First year of management of the Administration and Surveillance Councils 2023-2026

Between the months of June 2023 and 2024, the following efforts and projects have been carried out for the development of Cooplan RL:

Completed projects:

1. Drilling of wells in the Urupé 28 Urbanization

– Approximate cost of Bs 1.5 million.

– Diameter 12 inches depth 300 linear meters.

– 71 Liters/Second its current flow rate

– It will serve neighborhoods in districts 13 and 14, in Paurito and Cotoca.

– There are also more than 18 urbanizations that will be served.

2. Drilling of wells in the Tierra Linda N 25 Urbanization

– Approximate cost of Bs 1.5 million.

– Diameter 12 inches depth 300 linear meters.

-57 Liters/second your current flow rate.

– It will serve neighborhoods in districts 13 and 14, in Paurito and Cotoca.

– There are also more than 14 urbanizations that will be served

3. Replacement of HDPE to PVC pipes 450 MM San Isidro section

– Approximate cost of Bs- 875,142.

– Renewed length 296.20 linear meters.

– Beneficiaries 2,400 inhabitants.

4. Pre-investment projects presented and managed before the Mayor’s Office

– Expansion of the Cristal and Santa Elena neighborhood sewage system.

– Cost of approximately Bs 300,000.

– Extended pipeline length of 9,670 meters.

– Execution time 240 days.

– Beneficiaries 4,347 inhabitants.

5. Purchase of transportation logistics.

– Great Wall double cabin truck.

– Caterpillar backhoe.

– Foton 12 ton truck.

– Hydrokinetic truck.

6. Advances in collections with Master Pass

– New individualized collection system for each associate at the personal QR level.

– Same system that the CRE uses.

– Beneficiaries 32,677 associates.

Projects under construction

7. Expansion of the Barrio 8 de Diciembre sewage system

– Approximate cost of Bs 1,060. 358.

– 145 new connections.

– It will serve the entire old town and the new market commercial area.

– Beneficiaries: 880 inhabitants.

 
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