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    Water Supply, Sanitation and Drainage Project

    In Zambia, the average walking distance from a home to a source of water is estimated to be 1 to 3 kilometers – a 30 minute walk. Clean water available for drinking and other domestic uses is well below the amount required for a healthy, disease-free environment. Poor water supply and sanitation services in peri-urban […]

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    Water Treatment Plant Expansion and Treated Water Reservoir

    The Water Treatment Plant Expansion and Treated Water Reservoir is one of 81 projects undertaken by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) as part of the Water System Improvement Program (WSIP). The nearly-complete $4.6 billion WSIP is one of the largest water infrastructure programs in the nation and the largest infrastructure program ever undertaken by the City and County […]

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    Water Treatment Plant No. 4 (WTP4)

    Construction plans for the plant include a marine raw water intake, tunnels, pump stations, conveyance systems and water treatment facilities with an initial 50-mgd capacity, expandable to 300 mgd. The new plant will take raw water from Lake Travis and connect to a pump station via a 9-ft finished diameter tunnel. The raw water pump […]

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    Westside Recycled Water Treatment Facility

    MWH, now part of Stantec, has actively supported the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission’s (SFPUC) efforts to expand recycled water use. As part of their water conservation plan, MWH provided regulatory and design services for the new Westside Recycled Water Treatment Facility (RWTF), which will be implemented as part of the existing Oceanside Water Pollution […]

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    Yacyreta Hydroelectric Project

    A Mega Project with Multiple Benefits MWH led a four-country consortium that conceived, planned, designed and managed construction of the $6 billion Yacyreta Multi-Purpose Hydroelectric Project, which provides 3,200 MW of power, navigation, flood control, irrigation and water supply to a large region of Latin America. Located on the Paraná River on the border between […]