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Thiruvananthapuram Municipal Corpn to revive Attukal sewage project

The Thiruvananthapuram Municipal Corporation has firmed up plans to revive the long-pending Attukal sewage project. The sewage project was first envisaged in 2009 under the Jawaharlal Nehru National U ......

  • India
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 16 May 2019
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Description The Thiruvananthapuram Municipal Corporation has firmed up plans to revive the long-pending Attukal sewage project. The sewage project was first envisaged in 2009 under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM), connecting Attukal, Kalady, Ambalathara, Kalippankulam and Nedumcaud. Though the land acquisition for the same was completed back then, the project did not take off. As part of the project, pumping stations will come up at Kalady, Kalady South, Attukal and Kalladimukham, and the sewage line will be connected to the Muttathara sewage treatment plant. The Kerala Water Authority has been asked to prepare a detailed project report (DPR). It has also been decided to write to the Revenue Department regarding the survey and demarcation of the land acquired by the Corporation for the project. The survey is expected to be held on 20 May 2019.
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Source https://www.projectstoday.com/News/Thiruvananthapuram-Municipal-Corpn-to-revive-Attukal--sewage-project
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Contractor files $20M lawsuit against sewage plant builder, Metro Vancouver

An engineering firm has filed a $20-million lawsuit against Metro Vancouver and the company building a new sewage treatment plant on the North Shore, alleging that its contract was wrongfully terminat ......

  • Canada
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 03 May 2019
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Description An engineering firm has filed a $20-million lawsuit against Metro Vancouver and the company building a new sewage treatment plant on the North Shore, alleging that its contract was wrongfully terminated. Metro Vancouver awarded the $525-million contract to design and construct the North Shore Wastewater Treatment Plant to ADAPT Consortium — which includes Acciona Infrastructure, Dialog Design, Amec Foster Wheeler, and Tetra Tech — two years ago. The plant will serve the districts of West and North Vancouver, the City of North Vancouver and Squamish and Tsleil-Watuth nations, and replace a plant that has only primary sewage treatment. Last month, as reported by theBreaker.news, Tetra Tech filed a lawsuit in B.C. Supreme Court naming Acciona and the Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage District seeking from Acciona payment of $20 million to cover design and engineering work — both invoiced and not — it has completed for the project. Tetra Tech alleges a number of design agreement breaches by Acciona, including not providing Tetra Tech with information and approvals it needed to do its job, changing the scope and nature of the project without informing Tetra Tech, ignoring or pressuring Tetra Tech to deviate from quality assurance policies, practices and standards, failing to accept and act on “critical project risks,” and “failing to provide critical information or resolve geotechnical and congestion design issues.” The allegations in the lawsuit have not been tested in court. A lawyer for Tetra Tech did not respond to an interview request. When asked about the lawsuit, Metro Vancouver spokesperson Don Bradly said in an email: “It wouldn’t be appropriate to comment at this time.” Acciona said in an email that its corporate policy is not to respond to questions on matters of a legal nature. Metro and Acciona have not yet filed responses to the lawsuit. The current budget for the project is $777.9 million, which is up from the initial budget estimate, produced in 2014, of $720 million with contingency. Increases to the cost of the conveyance project, decommissioning the old plant, and the contingency pushed up the price, along with the addition of a district energy system. The federal and provincial governments are helping fund the project, contributing $212.3 million and $193 million, respectively. As part of the design-build contract, the plant construction and conveyance projects must be delivered within the current budget. To comply with federal regulations, the secondary treatment must be in place no later than Dec. 31, 2020. Construction officially began on the project last fall, after site preparation had wrapped up. As of January, Acciona was moving preload material in preparation for excavation and construction on the western part of the 3.5-hectare site, which is located at Pemberton Ave. and West 1st St. The District of North Vancouver issued a stop-work order on April 10, “because Acciona was in non-compliance with a building code commitment,” district spokesperson Catherine Haboly wrote in an email. “Despite notice from the district, the issue remained unresolved, and DNV placed a stop-work order on site,” she said. Haboly said the district has allowed some non-construction work — monitoring, testing, safety fence modification and temporary power installation — to continue while the issue is being resolved. She said discussions are ongoing. Bradley characterized the order as a matter between Acciona and the district. “The project agreement requires Acciona to address matters relating to the order and we trust they’ll resolve them expeditiously,” he said.
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Source https://vancouversun.com/news/local-news/contractor-files-20m-lawsuit-against-sewage-plant-builder-metro-vancouver
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Yangon regional government launches procurement of private partner for US$1.5 billion urban development

New Yangon Development Company (NYDC) has published an invitation to interested companies to submit Expressions of Interest (EOIs) to undertake feasibility studies and prepare pre-project documents fo ......

  • Myanmar
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 27 Apr 2019
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Description New Yangon Development Company (NYDC) has published an invitation to interested companies to submit Expressions of Interest (EOIs) to undertake feasibility studies and prepare pre-project documents for the development of certain infrastructure within the first phase of New Yangon City. To be executed through a public-private partnership (PPP), the New Yangon City will be located on the west bank of Yangon River. The first phase will include five villages and townships, two bridges, 26km-long main roads, industrial zones, power plants, power distribution facilities and water and sewage treatment plants, and will cost over US$1.5 billion to construct. This RFEOI concerns the following infrastructure assets to be developed in the city: power supply and distribution systems, a public transport system, cyber connectivity infrastructure, a municipal waste disposal system, natural gas supply and distribution systems and a convention centre. NYDC is adopting a Swiss Challenge procurement model for the project. Following EOI submission, pre-qualified companies will be invited to participate in in-depth discussion with NYSC for selection to undertake preliminary works and feasibility studies. The selected proponent will prepare these pre-project documents at their own cost, then negotiate and enter into a provisional agreement with NYDC to undertake the project. NYDC will then publicise the entire contents of the agreement and allow any qualified party to challenge the agreement with better terms. Should a second party submit a more attractive a proposal, the first party will be allowed to match the offer or forego, in which case the second party will be awarded with the contract. The deadline for EOI submission is 28 February 2019. NYDC has not published a schedule for the procurement or implementation of the project.
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Source https://www.infrapppworld.com/news/yangon-regional-government-launches-procurement-of-private-partner-for-us15-billion-urban-development
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Banco do Nordeste closes US$150 million for sanitation PPP in Recife

BRK Ambiental has announced that it has closed a financing agreement of BRL578 million (US$148.9 million) with Banco do Nordeste (BNB) for a sanitation PPP project in the Metropolitan Region of Recife ......

  • Brazil
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 27 Apr 2019
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Description BRK Ambiental has announced that it has closed a financing agreement of BRL578 million (US$148.9 million) with Banco do Nordeste (BNB) for a sanitation PPP project in the Metropolitan Region of Recife (RMR), located in Pernambuco state, north-east Brazil. The financing will fund the expansion and upgrading of sanitation infrastructure in 15 municipalities of RMR, to be carried out between 2019 and 2023. Among the improvements that will be carried out are the deployment of 450km of new sewage pipelines, five new sewage treatment plants and 25 sewage pumping stations. BNB is providing the financing through a transfer from the Constitutional Fund for the Northeast (FNE). BRK Ambiental signed the concession contract for the project with Companhia Pernambucana de Saneamento (Compesa) in 2013. Since then, the company has invested around BRL800 million (US$206.1 million) in the regions sanitation systems, increasing coverage and treatment of sewage in the region from 5% to almost 40%. The company aims to increase this figure to over 50% by 2023, and reach 90% by 2037, ensuring treatment of all effluents collected in the service area and directly benefiting more than 4 million people. With a total investment of BRL1.245 billion (US$320.8 million), the project is considered the largest public-private partnership in Brazil Last month, IBD Invest, the private arm of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), approved a loan of approximately BRL350 million (US$90.2 million) for the project. BRL270 million (US$69.6 million) will be allocated to investments in RMR and the remainder to working capital. BRK Ambiental is owned by Brookfield Business Partners, the flagship listed business services and industrials company of Brookfield Asset Management.
Industry Administration & Marketing
Source BRK Ambiental has announced that it has closed a financing agreement of BRL578 million (US$148.9 million) with Banco do Nordeste (BNB) for a sanitation PPP project in the Metropolitan Region of Recife (RMR), located in Pernambuco state, north-east Brazil.
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Zimbabwe signs US $237m deal for four new sewage treatment plants

The Government of Zimbabwe has signed a US $237m deal with Chinese, largest state-owned companies, Sinohydro Corporation to construct four new sewage treatment plants, as well as rehabilitating and ex ......

  • Zimbabwe
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 19 Mar 2019
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Description The Government of Zimbabwe has signed a US $237m deal with Chinese, largest state-owned companies, Sinohydro Corporation to construct four new sewage treatment plants, as well as rehabilitating and extending existing plants. Sinohydro Chief Representative in Zimbabwe, Wu Yifeng confirmed the report and said that the project will will increase waste water treatment capacity and quality, reduce sewage spillages and chokes, as well as reduce environment pollution and outbreaks of diseases. The project is set to take place in three phases. Phase one will include; expanding of Crowborough Sewerage Treatment Plant, installing supporting pipe work and constructing Lydnhurst Sewerage Treatment Plant and rehabilitate existing outfall sewer. Phase 2 will see the partners upgrade and rehabilitate Firle Sewerage Treatment Plant, as well as the upgrade of Crowborough, Lake Chivero dredging and construction of a 60 megalitres a day and supporting pipework for the Southern Incorporated Areas. Synohydro and the city will construct a 15 megalitre a day Budiriro Sewerage Treatment Works and a 30Ml/day Gwebi Sewerage Treatment Works under Phase 3 of the project. A feasibility study is already been done before submitting a bill of quantities to council. Harare has five sewerage treatment plants with a treatment capacity of 219.5 megaliters per day but is receiving in excess of 250 megaliters, indicating a serious capacity deficiency.
Industry Administration & Marketing
Source https://constructionreviewonline.com/2019/03/zimbabwe-signs-us-237m-deal-for-four-new-sewage-treatment-plants/
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Civil work underway for sewage treatment plant in Jodhpur

The Rajasthan Urban Drinking Water Sewerage & Infrastructure Corporation has firmed up plans for upgradation of the existing sewage treatment plant. The plant in Jodhpur town will be upgraded to achi ......

  • India
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 16 Mar 2019
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Description The Rajasthan Urban Drinking Water Sewerage & Infrastructure Corporation has firmed up plans for upgradation of the existing sewage treatment plant. The plant in Jodhpur town will be upgraded to achieve effluent parameters for sewerage project (Phase-II) in Sikar city of Rajasthan under AMRUT. In August 2018, Geo Miller & Company, in JV with EMS Infracon, bagged an order for upgrading the project. While tracking the latest development of the project, the Projects Today team learnt that civil work was underway with completion scheduled by February 2021.
Industry Administration & Marketing
Source https://www.projectstoday.com/News/Civil-work-underway-for-sewage-treatment-plant-in-Jodhpur
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Zimbabwe signs US$ 237 mn deal to construct four new sewage treatment plants

According to *Constructionreviewonline news report, the Government of Zimbabwe has signed a US $237m deal with Chinese, largest state-owned companies, Sinohydro Corporation to construct four new sewag ......

  • Zimbabwe
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 13 Mar 2019
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Description According to *Constructionreviewonline news report, the Government of Zimbabwe has signed a US $237m deal with Chinese, largest state-owned companies, Sinohydro Corporation to construct four new sewage treatment plants, as well as rehabilitating and extending existing plants. Sinohydro Chief Representative in Zimbabwe, Wu Yifeng confirmed the report and said that the project will will increase waste water treatment capacity and quality, reduce sewage spillages and chokes, as well as reduce environment pollution and outbreaks of diseases. Sewage treatment plants The project is set to take place in three phases. Phase one will include; expanding of Crowborough Sewerage Treatment Plant, installing supporting pipe work and constructing Lydnhurst Sewerage Treatment Plant and rehabilitate existing outfall sewer. Phase 2 will see the partners upgrade and rehabilitate Firle Sewerage Treatment Plant, as well as the upgrade of Crowborough, Lake Chivero dredging and construction of a 60 megalitres a day and supporting pipework for the Southern Incorporated Areas. Synohydro and the city will construct a 15 megalitre a day Budiriro Sewerage Treatment Works and a 30Ml/day Gwebi Sewerage Treatment Works under Phase 3 of the project. A feasibility study is already been done before submitting a bill of quantities to council. Harare has five sewerage treatment plants with a treatment capacity of 219.5 megaliters per day but is receiving in excess of 250 megaliters, indicating a serious capacity deficiency.
Industry Administration & Marketing
Source https://www.venturesonsite.com/news/zimbabwe-signs-us-237-mn-deal-to-construct-four-new-sewage-treatment-plants
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Signing the expansion of the wastewater treatment plant in Al-Ahsa

Eng. Abdulrahman bin Abdulmohsen Al Fadhli, Minister of Environment, Water and Agriculture, Chairman of the National Water Company, signed a project for the expansion of the first stage of the wastewa ......

  • Saudi Arabia
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 07 Feb 2019
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Description Eng. Abdulrahman bin Abdulmohsen Al Fadhli, Minister of Environment, Water and Agriculture, Chairman of the National Water Company, signed a project for the expansion of the first stage of the wastewater treatment plant in Al-Ahsa with a capacity of 180 thousand cubic meters per day, with a total value of 243 million riyals. Al-Fadhli said during the signing ceremony held at the Ministry of Environment, Water and Agriculture in Riyadh with Engineer Ghanim Al-Shamma, General Manager of Al-Ahdiya General Contracting Company. "The expansion of Al-Ahsa sewage treatment plant is one of the Ministrys projects, In the province of Al-Ahsa and the delivery of sewage services and the use of treated water in agricultural irrigation in Al-Ahsa. Minister of Environment, Water and Agriculture said that the project aims at implementing the expansion of the existing wastewater treatment plant in Al-Ahsa with a capacity of 180 thousand cubic meters per day. The total processing capacity in Al-Ahsa is 360 thousand cubic meters per day. Triple using sand filters and according to international standards.
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Source https://www.sayidaty.net/node/834606/%D8%A3%D8%B3%D8%B1%D8%A9-%D9%88%D9%85%D8%AC%D8%AA%D9%85%D8%B9/%D8%A3%D8%AE%D8%A8%D8%A7%D8%B1-%D8%A3%D8%B3%D8%B1%D8%A9-%D9%88%D9%85%D8%AC%D8%AA%D9%85%D8%B9/%D8%AA%D9%88%D9%82%D9%8A%D8%B9-%D9%85%D8%B4%D8%B1%D9%88%D8%B9-%D8%AA%D9%88%D8%B3%D8%B9%D8%A9-%D9%85%D8%AD%D8%B7%D8%A9-%D9%85%D8%B9%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%AC%D8%A9-%D9%85%D9%8A%D8%A7%D9%87-%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%B5%D8%B1%D9%81-%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%B5%D8%AD%D9%8A-%D8%A8%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%A3%D8%AD%D8%B3%D8%A7%D8%A1#photo/1
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Yokogawa Wins a Control System Order for the Provisur Seawater Desalination Project in Peru

Yokogawa Electric Corporation (TOKYO: 6841) announces that the Peru branch of Yokogawa América do Sul (a Yokogawa Electric Corporation subsidiary) has received a control system order from Técnicas de ......

  • Peru
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 04 Feb 2019
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Description Yokogawa Electric Corporation (TOKYO: 6841) announces that the Peru branch of Yokogawa América do Sul (a Yokogawa Electric Corporation subsidiary) has received a control system order from Técnicas de Desalinización de Aguas, S.A. (Tedagua)*1 for a water desalination plant and associated facilities that it is building for Servicio de Agua Potable y Alcantarillado de Lima S.A. (SEDAPAL) in the Santa Maria district of Lima, the capital of Peru. With the Provisur seawater desalination project, Perus first reverse osmosis*2 desalination plant is being constructed to supply 35,000 m3 of potable water per day to the 100,000 residents of the Santa Maria district. Water distribution and sewer pipelines (total length: 260 km), a sewage treatment plant (daily capacity: 15,500 m3), and an undersea pipeline (780 m) for the discharge of treated water are also being built. Part of the treated water will be used for watering plants in the local area. Expectations are high for this project because Lima and other coastal areas in Peru have a desert climate that gets very little rain throughout the year. Yokogawa will deliver the CENTUM™ VP integrated production control system, STARDOM™ FCN-500 network-based control system, and other solutions for monitoring and controlling the projects desalination plant, sewage treatment plant, water distribution pipelines, sewer pipelines, and undersea pipeline. Both CENTUM VP and STARDOM FCN-500 are solutions in Yokogawas OpreX™ Control and Safety System family. The Peru branch of Yokogawa America do Sul will have overall responsibility for executing the systems side of this project, including engineering and commissioning. Delivery is scheduled for April and the plant is to start operation in June 2019. To "ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all" is one of the 17 sustainable development goals (SDGs) for the year 2030 that were adopted by the United Nations Sustainable Development Summit. There are urgent needs around the world to achieve high availability for water supply and water treatment systems. Yokogawa will leverage its know-how and solid track record in executing water supply and water treatment projects in Japan and desalination projects outside Japan to provide solutions that will ensure a stable supply of water and protect the environment in South America and other regions.
Industry Administration & Marketing
Source https://www.yokogawa.com/pr/news/2019/pr-news-2019-0129-en.htm
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Yokogawa secures Peruvian seawater desalination project contract

Yokogawa Electric subsidiary Yokogawa América do Sul has secured a contract from Técnicas de Desalinización de Aguas (Tedagua) to deliver a control system for a water desalination plant and associated ......

  • Japan
  • Administration & Marketing
  • 04 Feb 2019
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Description Yokogawa Electric subsidiary Yokogawa América do Sul has secured a contract from Técnicas de Desalinización de Aguas (Tedagua) to deliver a control system for a water desalination plant and associated facilities in Peru. The Provisur seawater desalination project is being built to serve the Servicio de Agua Potable y Alcantarillado de Lima in the Santa Maria district of Peruvian capital of Lima. Once completed, the facility will supply 35,000m3 of potable water to around 100,000 residents of the Santa Maria district as well as serve as supply for watering plants in the local area. The overall project also includes building water distribution and sewer pipelines with a total length of 260km, a 15,500m3 sewage treatment plant and a 780m long undersea pipeline. The project holds special importance in the region as Lima and other coastal areas in Peru have a desert climate receiving very little rainfall throughout the year. Under the terms of the contract, Yokogawa will deliver the Centum VP integrated production control system and Stardom FCN-500 network-based control system. These two solutions are part of the company’s OpreX Control and Safety System family. It will also deliver other associated solutions for monitoring and controlling the project’s desalination plant, sewage treatment plant, water distribution pipelines, sewer pipelines, and undersea pipeline. The Peruvian subsidiary of the company will have the responsibility to deliver the project including engineering and commissioning. It is scheduled to deliver the systems in April this year. The seawater desalination project is expected to commence operation in June 2019.
Industry Administration & Marketing
Source https://www.water-technology.net/news/yokogawa-secures-peruvian-seawater-desalination-project-contract/

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