Ing. Francis Agyei-Boateng
Regional Chief Manager
Ing. Francis Agyei-Boateng is a Civil Engineer with specialization in Water Supply and Wastewater Systems Design and Operations.
He has a Master’s degree in Engineering Management from Coventry University, United Kingdom, and a post-graduate Certificate in Advanced Water Supply Management and International Management for Senior Managers from the University of Dortmund, Germany, as well as a post-graduate Certificate in Company Directorship from the Graduate School of Governance and Leadership, Accra, Ghana. He holds a Bachelor of Science (Hons) degree in Civil Engineering from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Ghana.
Thus far, he has worked as Projects Engineer for the then Ashanti Region and also on two different occasions, at GWCL Head Office, as Project Manager/Projects Monitoring Engineer and Head of Projects.
He also worked as Head of Projects/Head of Planning and Development in the erstwhile ATMA and Accra East Region and as the Distribution Manager for his current region, the Western Region.
Until his transfer to the Western Region as the Regional Chief Manager, he was the Regional Chief Manager for Brong-Ahafo Region, after a two-year spell in the Upper West Region as the Regional Chief Manager.
In addition, Ing. Francis Agyei-Boateng has had the rare opportunity of working as an intern with Stadtswerke Mainz, the department responsible for water supply for the city of Mainz, the capital of Rhineland-Palatinate State of Germany and the Mekorot, which is also the national water supply company of Israel, headquartered then in Tel Aviv.
The Regional Chief Manager for Western Region comes along with a wealth of experience in the water sector spanning beyond twenty-seven (27) years, traversing water distribution operations, planning, designing, implementation and evaluation of water supply projects as well as Water Supply Engineering Management.
Western Regional Chief Manager is endued with passion for accelerated Water Supply Infrastructure Development aimed at improving access to underserved areas. He is also committed to the provision of requisite Engineering training for efficient management and sustainability of supply systems.
He is a member of the Ghana Institution of Engineering.