Korean K-Water and Deltares sign cooperation agreement

Published: 14 April 2015

At the 7th World Water Forum in Daegu (South Korea), the Korean company K-Water and Deltares signed a memorandum of understanding. The agreement sets out how K-Water and Deltares will develop knowledge together in international projects. The main focus is on knowledge relating to water availability and quality, flood protection and asset management.

K-Water is a state-owned Korean company that was founded in 1967. As well as working on Korea’s national water management projects, the company is also active in the international market.

 

From left to right: Henk Ovink (water ambassador for the Netherlands), Tjitte Nauta (Deltares regional manager), Maarten Smits (Deltares managing director), Dr Choi Byoung-Seub (K-Water vice-president), Lee Sang-cheol (River Planning Director at K-Water)

From left to right: Henk Ovink (water ambassador for the Netherlands), Tjitte Nauta (Deltares regional manager), Maarten Smits (Deltares managing director), Dr Choi Byoung-Seub (K-Water vice-president), Lee Sang-cheol (River Planning Director at K-Water)

A few years ago, K-Water and Deltares worked together on the Four Majors River Restoration project in Korea. More recently, K-Water asked Deltares to join the Asian Water High Level Round Table as the first step towards the Asian Water Council.