Ing. Francis Agyei-Boateng
Regional Chief Manager
Ing. Francis Agyei-Boateng is the Regional Chief Manager for Western Region. He is a professional Civil Engineer with over 23 years’ experience in the water supply sector in Ghana. He joined GWCL in 1992.
Prior to his current position, he served on two different occasions at the Head Office as Head of Projects and Projects Manager/Projects Monitoring Engineer. He also served in the past as Distribution Manager, Head of Projects Planning and Development, and Projects Engineer in three regions including Western, ATMA and Ashanti Regions.
In the positions held, Ing. Agyei-Boateng was regularly involved in and responsible for water distribution operations, planning, designing, implementation and evaluation of water supply projects, most of which were funded by External Funding Agencies.
These projects include the Accra-Tema Water Supply Rehabilitation project, the Kumasi Water Supply Rehabilitation and Expansion project, Rehabilitation and Expansion of the Adam Clerk Water Treatment Plant at Weija, the Dodowa-Adenta Water Supply scheme and the Kpong Water Supply Expansion projects, among others.
Ing. Agyei-Boateng is a Corporate Member of the Ghana Institution of Engineers. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana, a Master’s degree in Business Administration from Coventry University, United Kingdom, an Advanced Post-graduate Certificate in Water Supply Management and International Management for Senior Managers from the University of Dortmund, Germany and a Certificate in Company Directorship from the Graduate School of Governance and Leadership in Accra.