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    Corona del Mar Water Treatment Plant

    The Goleta Water District (GWD) selected MWH to design and build upgrades and modifications to the 36-mgd Corona del Mar Water Treatment Plant. The project involved upgrades and modifications to an existing 35-year-old conventional surface water treatment plant. To achieve GWD objectives, MWH implemented innovative solutions including the use of hydraulic flocculation, rapid mixing, SuperScraper® […]

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    Deerdykes, Cumbernauld

    Deerdykes is a Composting and Organics Recycling Facility In-Vessel Project, actively receiving green waste, liquid wastes (industrial effluents) and sludges (from industrial wastes) for on-site processing. Green waste is delivered in large waste collection vehicles and is offloaded into a reception area. It is shredded and composted in extended beds on hard-standing areas. Liquid waste […]

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    Disinfection By-Product (DBP) Control Program

    MWH was hired by the Antelope Valley – East Kern (AVEK) Water Agency in the Fall of 2003 to evaluate options for disinfection-by-product (DBP) control and design the improvements at their four surface water treatment plants (Quartz Hill – 90 mgd, Rosamond – 14 mgd, Eastside – 10 mgd, and Acton – 4 mgd). The […]

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    Estí Hydroelectric Project

    Meeting Panama’s Growing New for Power MWH was the Owner’s Engineer for the 120 MW Estí Hydroelectric Project, part of a program to meet Panama’s growing need for electricity. Completed in 2003 and located 400 kilometers west of Panama City, the project uses outflows from the existing Chiriquí and Fortuna hydroelectric projects, intervening inflows of the […]

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    Ghazi-Barotha Hydroelectric Project

    Clean Power Allows Pakistan to Grow MWH, in partnership with several other firms, provided feasibility studies, design and construction management services for this $2 billion project that provides renewable power and allows Pakistan to continue to grow.  Completed in 2005 for Pakistan’s Water and Power Development Authority, the project included the following components:

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    Gibson Island Advanced Water Treatment Plant

    As part of the Western Corridor Recycled Water Scheme, MWH, now part of Stantec, served as lead designer in the alliance that completed the design, construction, and start-up of the Gibson Island Advanced Water Treatment Plant (AWTP) in 2008.

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    Hastings Wastewater Treatment Plant

    Hastings District Council was faced with meeting challenging resource consent conditions around the discharges from the new domestic wastewater treatment plant. These conditions balanced tangata whenua and wider Maori cultural and community needs, and created project complexities particularly in terms of affordability. This challenge required the identification of a best practicable option (BPO) solution as […]

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    Hooge Maey

    The landfill Hooge Maey is the municipal landfill of the city Antwerp. The total surface area of the landfill is 130 ha. The site is divided into 5 cells. The first dumping activities took place in 1974.

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    Infrastructure Needs Program (INP)

    From 2008 to 2012, MWH, now part of Stantec, prepared complete designs, bid documents and construction management  for more than 40 road (arterial and urban) projects, 18 water (distribution, pump stations and well development) projects and 10 major greenfield school projects making 103 classrooms available for more than 4,000 girls and boys. The combined construction […]