The Superaqueducto Project—Puerto Rico

Infrastructure Development Systems IDS-99-W-107
Part of the Infrastructure Systems: Delivery and Finance book series (ISDF, volume 102)


Research Assistants James Habyarimana and Joe Guerre prepared this case under the super-vision of Professor John B. Miller as the basis for class discussion, and not to illustrate either effective or ineffective handling of infrastructure development related issues. Data presented in the case may have been altered to simplify, focus, and to preserve individual confidentiality. The assistance of Roger Remington and Thames Water International are gratefully acknowledged.


Cash Flow Water Treatment Plant North Coast Pump Station Sluice Gate 
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