62 articles about "Mott MacDonald"
* Israeli component company Amiad Filtration Systems has acquired the remaining 34% stake in its French subsidiary Amiad France SARL.
Russia’s first privately financed water supply project based on an investor-friendly PPP law is poised to go to tender – albeit in a different form than initially envisaged. Key lenders have already signalled their interest.
The International Barges Company for Water Desalination has commenced operation of the first of its two separate 25,000m3/d barge-based desalination plants at the Red Sea port of Yanbu in Saudi Arabia.
Public-private partnerships seem to be making headway in various markets around the world. In the US, legislation to lift the cap on private activity bonds for water projects is moving ahead smoothly.
A fresh consultancy team is on the cards for the Hassyan 1 power and desalination project. The move has alarmed some observers in Dubai.
A cocktail of setbacks could ensure that the project remains stalled for some time.
* Redal, the company in charge of water and wastewater services in the Moroccan capital Rabat and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Veolia Water, has appointed Moroccan firm INGEMA to carry out a feasibility study into the reuse of treated effluent from the city's wastewater treatment plants in municipal irrigation.
* Mott MacDonald has been mandated by Majis Industrial Services Company (MISC) to prepare a feasibility study for a new desalination plant to be located at Sohar in Oman.
The 2009 Global Water Awards:Membrane Desalination Plant of the Year Vol 10, Issue 2 (February 2009)
For the membrane desalination plant, commissioned in 2008, that represents the most impressive technical achievement in the industry
The Singapore-based company has preferred bidder status on the Salalah IWPP in Oman. The project is under pressure to reach financial close in the first quarter.