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Abu Dhabi event explores US$2.5 billion stormwater plan

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To be held from 1-2 May 2017, the Future Drainage & Stormwater Networks Abu Dhabi event will explore the US$2.5 billion Abu Dhabi Stormwater Management Plan.

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Aqualiner lodges patent application for lining product

Aqualiner has applied for a patent for technology it has developed to improve its equipment in water pipes, and also has potential use in pipe renewal, gas distribution and rising sewer mains.

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Representatives from $3.7 b project present at Qatar water event

Five representatives involved in the design and supervision of the Ashghal Local Roads, Drainage and Stormwater Program (LRDP) will present at Future Drainage and Stormwater Networks Qatar (FDQ) on 5-6 December.

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Bidding on the run

The City of Atlanta is completing a US$300 million tunnel installation and water system revitalisation program using the Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) delivery method, which see the continuous release of bidding components as designs are developed.

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Singapore’s wastewater future

Singapore Public Utilities Board’s (PUB) Deep Tunnel Sewerage System (DTSS) is a two-stage
US$7.3 billion project designed to meet the country’s needs for used water collection, treatment, reclamation and disposal.

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Dubai Water Conference supports city’s drainage plan

Future Drainage and Stormwater Networks Dubai will address the strategies for the development of a resilient drainage and stormwater network in Dubai, UAE, from 26–27 October 2016.

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Stantec completes acquisition of MWH Global

Stantec has announced its successful acquisition of the Colorado-based engineering, consulting and construction management firm MWH Global (MWH).

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Canadian water infrastructure at risk of rapid deterioration

The 2016 Canadian Infrastructure Report Card has found that Canada water infrastructure will rapidly decline without substantial investment.

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Denver stormwater project uses HOBAS pipes

HOBAS has recently shipped 122 m of DN 3,000 CC-GRP jacking pipes to Denver, Colorado, to be used in the 33rd Street Outfall Project.

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EOIs for major leak detection program closing soon

Australian utility Unitywater will be accepting expressions of interest for the provision of network-wide leak detection services until 3 pm on 29 January.

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Super Sewer construction gets underway

Thames Water has signalled the official start of construction work on London’s Super Sewer project with the placement of a crane-supporting barge on the river Thames.

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Water UK commissions consortium for water strategy

A consortium including Atkins, Mott MacDonald and NERA has been commissioned to develop a water resilience strategy for Water UK.

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Markus Voigt. Image courtesy Wasser Berlin.

Wasser Berlin appoints new Chief Executive

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Markus Voigt has been appointed as the new Chief Executive of Wasser Berlin, an international platform for the water and wastewater industries.

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Michels Canada has doubled the size of its headquarters in Nisku, Alberta

Toronto increases support to water networks

The City of Toronto recently launched a series of rate-supported budgets to support vital public services, including city-wide water infrastructure.

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HammerHead Trenchless expands CIPP product line

The new additions to the company’s lateral solutions catalogue include Super Flex, Scrim and Brawoliner 3D liners.

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Hatch Mott MacDonald splits joint venture

Hatch and Mott MacDonald have announced that the Hatch Mott MacDonald joint venture will be split into two distinct businesses by early 2016.

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VolkerStevin awarded Super Sewer contract

Engineering firm VolkerStevin has been awarded a £23 million contract for enabling works associated with the Thames Tideway Tunnel Super Sewer project.

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Barthauer Software receives support for water management project

The German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development has thrown its support behind Barthauer Software’s water management project as part of the develoPPP.de program.

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TBM Mackenzie makes a breakthrough in the Euclid Creek Tunnel. Image courtesy of NEORSD.

Project Clean Lake: Saving time, money and the environment

The Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District recently completed the first stage of its ongoing infrastructure development, Project Clean Lake.

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Tender: Construction of stormwater sewer

A water and sanitation project in the US is currently seeking expressions of interest.

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The four culverts were installed to prevent the raised railway embankment from acting as a dam during flooding.

Jack of all trains

HOBAS culverts jacked under Polish railway.

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Boulder’s Capital Improvement Program targets ageing infrastructure

Boulder City Council has reviewed its capital improvements plans for 2016 through to 2021, with water, wastewater and flood mitigation projects making up the single largest portion of its planned capital spending.

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Scott Cummins will assume the role of CEO from October 2015.

New McConnell Dowell CEO named

Scott Cummins has been named the new Chief Executive Officer of McConnell Dowell Corporation.

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Trenchless Asia comes to Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia’s capital will host Asia’s premier Trenchless Technology conference and exhibition for the first time in 2016.

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CH2M Hill becomes CH2M

Global engineering and infrastructure firm CH2M Hill has announced a rebranding and name change, with the company adopting the simpler name CH2M.

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