Black & Veatch
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* The winners of the 2006 Canadian Consulting Engineering Awards were announced at a gala celebration in Ottawa at the end of October.
* Amid ongoing preparations for the 2008 Olympics, foreign capital continues to flow into the Chinese water sector, as Montpelier Asset Management announced that it had twice increased its shareholding in China Water Affairs Group to 8.01%.
Buying a Chinese UF membrane manufacturer puts the chemical company against the likes of GE and Siemens. Whoever wins will redefine the structure of the US water market.
Last month’s Water Executive Forum in Philadelphia gave a snapshot of where the big industrial groups are in the water sector.
Formerly reduced construction can now proceed at full steam.
An extra 400,000m<sup>3</sup>/d of desal is planned. It is desperately needed.
The Palm Water episode suggests to Christopher Gasson that good deals are more important than good engineering or good finance.
Our annual survey of law firms operating in the water sector finds that the flood of deals originating in the Middle East has inspired a flurry of office openings and staff poachings. Alastair Strickland reports.
Black & Veatch wants to double in size over the next five years, and it is looking to EPC contracting to reach that goal. CEO Dan McCarthy and MD for Europe Bruce Ainsworth explain the strategy.
Over 50 companies and projects have been selected for the shortlist for this year's Global Water Awards.