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Design-build sheds its ‘alternative’ status as client uptake advances to the next level Vol 18, Issue 10 (October 2017)
A steady rise in the proportion of US water projects procured using design-build delivery has gone hand in hand with a trend towards increased collaboration between client and contractor. Who are the real winners in this evolving market segment?
Despite racking up losses of $11 million under its existing wastewater operating contract in Milwaukee, Veolia has committed to stay on for another ten years. The renegotiated deal reflects a maturing of attitudes in the wider contract ops sector.
The drought in California is starting to impact the procurement of new wastewater reuse infrastructure, writes Ian Elkins.
The US Bureau of Reclamation announced in August that it will cut releases from Lake Powell – a major reservoir on the Colorado River – by 750,000 acre-feet (925 million m3) in the next year. The cuts are in response to an unrelenting regional drought.
As GWI went to press, an imminent appointment at São Paulo state regulator ARSESP seemed set to enable it to reach a quorum ahead of a decision on the final timing of Sabesp’s pending rate review.
For the water reuse project that represents the most significant achievement for the industry in 2010.
The complete list of companies and projects which have been shortlisted for this year’s Global Water Awards.