Seven Seas Water Group (SSWG), a multinational provider of Water-as-a-Service (WaaS) solutions owned by Morgan Stanley Infrastructure Partners, has broken ground on a brackish water treatment plant in the city of Alice, Texas, marking a historic milestone as the first public-private partnership (P3) project for a reverse-osmosis treatment plant in the state.
Once operational, this state-of-the-art facility will provide the city of Alice with self-sustaining and drought-proof water, providing a safe, dependable and independent supply of water. Upon its completion, the plant will provide the city with 2.7 million gallons of potable water daily.
Projected to commence water delivery in second quarter 2024, the plant will be operated and maintained by SSWG. The company designs, builds, owns and operates and delivers new facilities, or acquires and upgrades existing facilities, with the goal of optimizing project risk transfer between the public and private sectors. SSWG ann