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    Tender for Sustainable Biomass Processing

    Our society is facing major challenges with regard to climate change and finite resources. Governments are working on climate change mitigation and adaptation, and waste policy is gradually being framed as sustainable resource management. However, these fields are generally still regarded separately and translation from policy to practice is limited. Moreover, sustainability is very often […]

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    Terminal Island Advanced Water Treatment Facility

    The Advanced Water Treatment Facility (AWTF) is an innovative, state-of-the-art plant that reuses wastewater. This regulatory and water-supply project focused on outfall versus advanced treatment for groundwater recharge. The project is a significant design-build effort to expand the AWTF capacity from 6-12 mgd. Water treatment plant design is complete, and construction is scheduled for completion […]

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    The Development of KiwiRAP: an Innovative Road Assessment Program

    KiwiRAP is the award-winning New Zealand Road Assessment Program (RAP) that has attracted international recognition for its innovation and effectiveness.  Road assessment program already operate in 60 countries, but KiwiRAP’s significant innovations have been acknowledged by the international body iRAP who are now promoting the system as the preferred approach for developing country specific road […]

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    Thomas P. Smith Water Reclamation Facility Upgrade

    MWH is performing CM-at-Risk services for the Thomas P. Smith Water Reclamation Facility for the City of Tallahassee. This facility will process 26.6 mgd with a future upgrade to 30.5 mgd. Through this improvement project, the City’s main goal is to incorporate a more efficient enhanced nutrient removal treatment process and produce effluent that meets […]

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    Tobermory

    C&T system with inlet works and facultative lagoons. The Tobermory scheme was to provide new treatment facilities to comply with the UWWTD, and to meet the SEPA guideline standard for discharges. The process identified was to install facultative lagoons at Tobermory on the Isle of Bowmore and the Isle of Islay thus providing an Islands Sludge […]

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    Tongbai Pumped Storage Hydropower Project

    MWH provided design review, construction contract services and training for this major hydroelectric project, which includes electrical and mechanical equipment, underground powerhouse, and conveyance system.

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    Transport Network Reconstruction Program

    Helping rebuild Queensland’s roads In the summers of 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013, the Australian state of Queensland was hit by cyclones and significant flooding. Queensland’s road network received more damage than any other state government asset, with more than 8,700 kilometres of the state’s road network requiring reconstruction. The budget for the reconstruction works […]

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    Tri-City Water Pollution Control Plant Expansion Project Phase 1

    This model for stormwater management and sustainable development practices was completed under a very tight schedule. WES needed to increase the capacity of the Tri-City Water Pollution Control Plant (WPCP) from an average dry weather flow of 8.4 mgd to 11.9 mgd, and peak flow from 50 mgd to 68.6 mgd. The $90 million Phase […]

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    Tunnel Dewatering Pump Station

    MWH is providing preliminary and final design service for the Tunnel Dewatering Pump Station (TDPS) project, one of the largest combined sewer pump station projects in the U.S. This critical component is the second scheduled as part of the $3 billion CSO Plan Improvements Program for the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District (NEORSD). This project […]

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    Turkey Mid-size Sustainable Energy Financing Facility “MidSEFF”

    The objective of the Assignment is to support the implementation of the Facility, resulting in a pipeline and portfolio of eligible Sub-projects. This requires demonstration of Sub-project performance and the transfer of skills to local experts and PFIs so that such projects may be replicated applying EU E&S and health and safety (H&S) standards.