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    Abberton Reservoir Scheme

    To meet water resource requirements in the future, Essex & Suffolk Water implemented a scheme to increase the storage capacity at their existing reservoir at Abberton, from 26 to 41 billion liters of water. The scheme was designed to minimise impact on the environment and improve amenity and ecological habitats.

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    Air Quality Governance (AIR-Q-GOV) in the ENPI East countries

    The project is one of a series of regional governance projects launched by the European Commission to support the partner countries in ENPI East to increase their convergence to the EU standards in the environmental sector. The overall objective of the project is to enable an improved and sustainable management of natural resources including nature […]

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    Albany Park Stormwater Diversion Tunnel

    Construction will begin for a stormwater diversion tunnel that MWH was retained to design in order to alleviate the chronic, damaging flooding in the Albany Park neighborhood in the City of Chicago.

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    Alewife Reservation Stormwater Wetland

    Since 1998, MWH has been engaged by the Cambridge Department of Public Works to engineer a sewer separation project in Massachusetts. The sewer separation project lies within the Alewife Brook watershed, features an engineered storm water wetland. The wetland was completed in October 2013 as part of $117 million in ongoing construction that will reduce […]

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    Anaheim Water Recycling Demonstration Facility

    The City of Anaheim selected MWH to plan and design a new water recycling facility to demonstrate how urban developers can utilize low impact development features in any location. The Water Recycling Demonstration Facility (WRDF), which consists of a Membrane Bioreactor (MBR), ozonation and UV disinfection, illustrates how six separate water sustainable features are used […]

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    Anaheim Water Recycling Demonstration Project

    The City selected MWH, now part of Stantec, to design the Water Recycling Demonstration Facility (WRDF), which will consist of a membrane bioreactor system, ozonation and UV disinfection. The WRDF was built in two phases with an ultimate treatment capacity of 100,000 gpd. Phase 1 of the project consisted of designing and building a 50,000 […]

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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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    Aurora Prairie Waters Project

    MWH was responsible for planning, preliminary design, final design and services during construction, PLC programming, startup and commissioning and warranty support for the $160 million, 50 mgd raw water conveyance system as part of the Aurora Prairie Waters project. The conveyance system includes 34 miles of raw water conveyance piping with a diameter of 60 […]

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    Bamford WTW - Treatment Enhancements Project

    Increasing raw water color from the reservoir catchments, associated with higher intensity rainfall events (believed to be linked with global warming), have put the existing clarification processes under increasing challenge. In order to future proof the works against this, a substantial enhancement project has been undertaken over the past three years (2009 to 2012). A […]

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    Brighton & Hove WwTW Scheme

    The Southern Water Brighton and Hove wastewater treatment works treats the 95 million litres of wastewater generated each day in the catchment area of Brighton and Hove to the required European standards. After treatment, the water is returned to the environment 2.5 kilometres off-shore.