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    Birmingham Bio Power Tyseley Resource Recovery Center

    The Birmingham Bio-Power plant in Tyseley, just outside Birmingham, will provide 9MWe (net) of renewable electricity to the national grid. This power will be eligible for Renewable Obligations Certificates under the UK government’s renewables incentive scheme. The project has been developed by Carbonarius Ltd, a successful private developer of local power production facilities. Birmingham Bio-Power […]

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    Central Weber Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade

    This $135 million project includes engineering, design and construction management/general contractor services to design and construct a new 30-mgd activated-sludge treatment plant as an expansion to the existing facility, including all civil, structural, mechanical, electrical, instrumentation, commissioning and start up.  

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    City of Cape Coral Facility/Utility Expansion (FEP/UEP) Program

    In 2001, Cape Coral city officials prepared a comprehensive utility master plan to keep pace with increasing demands in one of the country’s fastest growing cities. A major part of the City’s program was a design/CM-at-Risk Utility Expansion Program (UEP) that added 720 miles of water, gravity sewer and irrigation pipelines, 240 miles of residential […]

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    Coleshill STW

    Coleshill STW Phase two consisted of building of a new Inlet works to provide accurate control of flow to preliminary and full treatment, satisfactory screening capacity, and accurate inlet works flow measurement and satisfactory grit removal.  

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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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    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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    Mogden Wastewater Treatment Works

    To enhance the capacity of the East Side plant to treat a maximum flow of 500 million liters per day (MLD). Enhancing the capacity of the East Side plant to hydraulically accommodate a maximum flow of 570 million liters per day. To enhance the capacity of the West Side plant to treat and hydraulically accommodate a […]

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    Monkmoor Sewage Treatment Works

    The scheme replaced the biological treatment process with an activated sludge plant with a new sludge thickening system, storm tank auto washing facility and reinforced incoming power supply. The scheme included asset renewal to the existing works to increase the reliability of the plant. Following successful commissioning of the new plant the twelve existing biological […]

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    North Davis Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrades and Expansion

    On this award-winning, design-build project, MWH increased the average daily wastewater treatment capacity from 25- to 34-mgd with peak flow capacity of 65 mgd, and an allowance to pass a storm flow of 102 mgd. These improvements doubled the daily biochemical oxygen demand and total suspended solids treatment capacity, while providing a better quality effluent […]

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    Oswestry

    Improvement works to an existing 200MLD water treatment plant serving Liverpool from Lake Vyrnwy. The works improve water quality by the removal of Total Organic Carbons (TOC), these being the precursor for THMs, a suspected cause of carcinogens. The construction comprised new dosing mixing, RGFs and wash water system for the entire 210 MLD flow […]