Consolidated Water was established in 1973 as a private water utility in Grand Cayman, the largest island in the Cayman Islands group, and obtained its first public utility license in the Cayman Islands in 1979.
The company realized significant growth by capitalizing on our exclusive water utility franchise in Grand Cayman, as well as acquiring a number of other established businesses in the region. We leveraged these acquisitions, using our technical expertise and regional knowledge, to obtain contract extensions and new projects.
We installed our first SWRO plant in 1989 and now have more than 25 years of design insight and operational experience with this technology. SWRO is used in all the company’s operations. Our water production and distribution business model was first introduced in the Cayman Islands in 1990, and is now used throughout the company’s operations.
The Company was listed on the NASDAQ stock market in 1995. Take a look at our Investors section to learn more about our company’s finances and review investor relations materials.
In the Cayman Islands, the company operates as Cayman Water Company Limited and Ocean Conversion (Cayman) Limited which, together, operate seven plants to produce all the piped drinking water on Grand Cayman.
Consolidated Water moved into the Bahamian market in July of 2001 by supplying and operating a plant under a 10-year agreement to produce up to 115,000 US gallons per day for the Bimini Sands marina and resort development in South Bimini. The Company also supplies water to the Water & Sewerage Corporation of the Bahamas from time to time when its regular supply is unavailable on South Bimini.
Consolidated Water (Bahamas) Ltd. produces and supplies up to 10 million US gallons per day of water to the Water & Sewerage Corporation of the Government of the Bahamas for distribution to Nassau and the remainder of New Providence Island.
Our largest SWRO plant, which was commissioned in July 2006, is the Blue Hills plant in Nassau, Bahamas with a production capacity of 7.2 million US gallons per day.
In July 2000, Consolidated Water acquired Consolidated Water (Belize) Limited, which supplied up to 550,000 US gallons of water per day to the operator of the distribution system on Ambergris Caye, Belize, Central America.
Through the acquisition of five companies in February 2003, Consolidated Water commenced operations in Barbados, obtained affiliate operations in the British Virgin Islands and expanded its operations in the Cayman Islands and the Bahamas.
In Barbados, through June 2007, the Company operated a plant that provided up to 1.3 million US gallons of irrigation water per day for the three golf courses of the prestigious Sandy Lane Resort.
In BVI, the Company has an equity investment in and an Engineering and Management Services Agreements with its affiliate Ocean Conversion (BVI) Ltd. (“OCBVI”). OCBVI operates SWRO plants on Tortola and Jost van Dyke, which supply water to the government of the British Virgin Islands for distribution.
In 2006 , the Company formed a Bermudan affiliate, Consolidated Water (Bermuda) Limited, with two other shareholders and in early 2007 was awarded a contract by the Government of Bermuda to construct and operate a 1.2 million US gallon per day seawater desalination plant on the north coast of Bermuda at Tynes Bay.
Name: Mrs. Margaret Julier-Godet
Title: Office Manager
Office: Cayman Water Company, Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands
Hobbies: Active member of the Bodden Heritage Committee, gardening and spending time with her two small granddaughters
“Ms. Maggie” is the Company’s longest serving employee, having joined in September 1976. She has had the pleasure of witnessing the Company’s international growth from its small beginnings. She is a familiar friendly face to our customers and one can hardly utter the words “I work at Cayman Water Company” without being asked, “But how’s Maggie?”. “We’re one big family”, Maggie states of the Company and its employees, “These are my brothers and sisters.”