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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.

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    Brightwater Wastewater Conveyance

    In response to rapid population growth in King and Snohomish counties, a new regional wastewater treatment plant was designed to treat an average of 36 million gallons of wastewater a day, impacting nearly 190,000 people. King County selected a joint venture including MWH to provide final design services for the conveyance portion of the new […]

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    Camrosa Water Reclamation Facility Disinfection Study

    The Camrosa Water Reclamation Facility (CWRF) provides recycled water for crop irrigation but was limited in the volume of water it could produce because the chlorine contact basins, which pre-dated the rest of the treatment facility, were not large enough to meet the default regulatory minimum contact times (CT). MWH, now part of Stantec, developed […]

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    Central Valley Flood Management Planning Program

    MWH successfully led the on-time completion of the first-ever, State of California Central Valley Flood Protection Plan (CVFPP). Adopted June 29, 2012, by a unanimous vote of the state’s Central Valley Flood Protection Board (Board), the 2012 CVFPP provides a comprehensive plan to modernize a flood management system that protects more than one million people […]

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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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    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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    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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    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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    Clark County Advanced Wastewater Treatment Membrane

    Beginning in 2002, this project focused on the demonstration of the suitability of membrane filtration and ozonation in a tertiary wastewater treatment application for water disinfection. MWH completed the design in 2008. The initial demonstration phase treated 30 mgd of secondary effluent on an annual average basis, with expandability to 150 mgd ultimate capacity. The […]