OHLER SDMO distributor ADEMAT has supplied and commissioned three diesel generators to provide energy for the pumps of the Mé drinking water supply station in the Côte d'Ivoire. BESIX carried out the civil engineering works at the La Mé drinking water treatment plant. The project was designed to strengthen drinking water supply to the city of Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire. The plant, which is located on the road to Grand Alépé, a village 40 kilometres north of Abidjan, was designed to treat almost 240,000 m³ of water a day from the river La Mé, to improve drinking water provision to the region, and in particular to the city of Abidjan. BESIX was in charge of earthmoving and special foundations, the entire civil engineering, roadworks and various networks at the plant itself and at the water intake sites. ADEMAT was involved in the planning, supply and commissioning of the three generators sets to ensure they worked in tandem with the site water pumps.