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    Ashghal Drainage Asset Management Services

    Qatar’s Public Works Authority ‘Ashghal’ is investing heavily in national roads and drainage infrastructure ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup and towards achievement of the Qatar National Vision 2030. The Authority is governing the design, construction, and management of major infrastructure projects valued at over QR100 billion (£17.2 billion) to be delivered within the […]

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    Centroc Carbon Plus Study and Water Security Study

    Centroc represents sixteen local governments of Central NSW and exists to provide advocacy services for the region. The Centroc local governments are spread across the Upper Lachlan Valley and the Macquarie River. These two rivers have been in severe drought for most of the current decade. Water supply security has been identified by Centroc as […]

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    Christchurch Earthquake Reinstatement Program

    The Canterbury earthquakes of 2010 and 2011 have had a major economic impact on the region and on New Zealand. The earthquakes rank as one of the costliest natural disasters for insurers worldwide since 1950. The Christchurch rebuild will cost the equivalent of around 10 percent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP). With continuing aftershocks, damage […]

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    City Financial Services for Wyoming City

    One of the oldest cities in Wyoming is faced with aging water and sewer infrastructure in need of repair. For example, during line replacement projects, workers found wooden pipes that were still in service. Needless to say, there is substantial cost and work required to upgrade the system to meet the rigors of Wyoming winters […]

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    Consolidation Feasibility Study for Rocky Mountain Region Utility

    With their wastewater treatment plant operating at capacity and drinking water source of supply drying up, one Colorado utility was presented with a series of serious challenges and one important question: Should they forge ahead alone or attempt to enter into a regional solution with their neighbor? Going at it alone would require the utility, […]

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    Eastern Selwyn Sewerage Scheme

    In 2007, MWH was commissioned to develop the Eastern Selwyn Sewerage Scheme (ESSS) to convey and treat wastewater flows for the projected population increases of the communities of Prebbleton, Lincoln and Rolleston which had already seen two decades of significant growth. Following the devastating Canterbury earthquakes in 2010 and 2011, these towns experienced rapid growth, […]

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    EU-Australia Leadership Forum

    This project concerns the launch and management of the EU-Australia Leadership Forum (EUALF), to raise the profile and improve the awareness of the relationship between Australia and the European Union across all sectors of government, business, civil society and the media.

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    Implementation of Maintenance Management System

    Situation A utility in Brunei was in a position in 2003 where departments largely operated in isolation with different maintenance management systems, data standards, approaches and governance. Reactive maintenance and near-term issues took precedent over scheduled medium and long-term work. Customers were seen as end users and not as key stakeholders. From 2005 to 2012, […]

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    New Mexico City Water Division Financial Strategy Development

    In 1999, the one New Mexico city had recently finished financing and then re-financing the acquisition of its water system. The newly formed City Water Division soon found that the water system was in need of major repairs and that the revenues from water sales were wholly insufficient to pay for it all. In fact, […]