CH2M to advise on Doha sewerage project

Qatar plans to invest $3 billion in improving sewerage infrastructure conditions in the capital. The authorities – and their new advisors – have yet to decide whether to include a private finance element.

The Public Works Authority in Qatar (Ashghal) has appointed CH2M Hill to oversee a QAR10-12 billion ($2.7- 3.3 billion)sewerage project that will overhaul wastewater services in developing areas of Doha over the next seven years.

 
The Inner Doha Re-sewerage Integrated System (IDRIS) project, due for completion by 2019, will deal with an area of the capital which ...
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