Strategic Cooperation between DMT and MUTAG to jointly implement Turnkey Water Treatment Plants for industrial Users

The age of "survival of the fittest" is over - the future will be won by companies that cooperate with each other, according to the trend monitor of the German Future Institute. The international engineering and consulting company DMT GmbH und Co. KG has been working on this since 1737, enabling joint progress in complex engineering assignments across the world. A new milestone is the recently signed strategic cooperation with MUTAG, the leading specialist in the field of biological wastewater treatment from Chemnitz, by signing a cooperation agreement. The aim of the cooperation is to jointly implement turnkey wastewater treatment projects for the industrial sector worldwide. To this end, both companies offer individual, customised solutions that are particularly suitable for technologically demanding applications.


Hatch integrates Hydromantis into its Water Group

Evolving and emerging client challenges need proactive responses. Hatch, a leading enabler of water digital transformations, announces its integration with Hydromantis, the supplier of choice for innovative water resources recovery and water management software solutions


Fisia Italimpianti (Salini Impregilo) jv wins Contract in Turkey

Salini Impregilo Group announces that, by means of Group unit Fisia Italimpianti, it has won a €83.9 million contract in Turkey to modernise and expand a water treatment plant in Atakoy. The project, awarded by municipal company Istanbul Su ve Kanalizasyon Idaresi (ISKI), will be done by the Fisia Alkatas joint-venture, evenly shared by Fisia and Alkatas.


First Robbins Crossover Rock/EPB TBM in North America represents an Evolution in Design


On August 10, 2015, North America’s first Robbins Crossover TBM was launched for the Túnel Emisor Poniente II (TEP II) Project in Mexico City, a complex wastewater scheme for joint venture contractor Aldesa/Proacon/Recsa. Assembled onsite using OFTA (Onsite First Time Assembly), the 8.7 m (28.5 ft) dual-mode type machine is an XRE TBM, and part of the new Robbins Crossover TBM series. The XRE TBM is capable of “crossing over” (X) between two modes, rock (R) and EPB (E), and its fine-tuned design represents a new generation of Crossover machines.


Robbins Main Beam TBM launches for Hawaii’s longest Tunnel


On April 30, 2015 in Honolulu, Hawaii, a Robbins Main Beam TBM began a 4.6 km (2.8 mi) drive for a new sewer tunnel.

In the spring of 2015 by the idyllic shores of Oahu, a Robbins 3.96 m (13.0 ft) diameter Main Beam TBM began its long journey. The TBM started its excavation on a 4.6 km (2.8 mi) drive for a new sewer tunnel in Kaneohe, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. The machine, nicknamed Pohakulani, meaning “Rock Girl” in Hawaiian, launched from a 23 m (74 ft) deep starter tunnel on a mission to bore through almost 4.8 km (3.0 mi) of basalt bedrock. Contractor Southland/Mole JV is building the Kaneohe-Kailua Wastewater Conveyance Tunnel for the City and Council of Honolulu, which will improve wastewater infrastructure by eliminating overflows during rain events.


Arcadis wins two major Contracts with one of the largest Water Supply and Waste Water Treatment Firms

Arcadis (EURONEXT: ARCAD), the world's leading natural and built asset design & consultancy firm, today announced that its Brazilian subsidiary Arcadis Logos has signed two contracts with Sabesp, one of the largest water supply and waste water treatment firms in the world. One contract is valued at US$12,8 million, for a period of 2 years, the other at US$39 million for four years. Sabesp is the company responsible for providing water supply and wastewater treatment to 364 municipalities in the State of Sao Paulo (Brazil).


Bechtel to design and build a combined-cycle Power Plant in Virginia

Bechtel announced today that the company is part of a consortium awarded the engineering, procurement, and construction contract to build a natural gas-fueled, combined-cycle power plant in Loudoun County, Virginia. The Stonewall Energy Project, a 778-megawatt facility with advanced emissions-control technology, will be one of the cleanest and most efficient plants in the nation. This will be the fourth power plant the Bechtel-Siemens consortium has built for Panda Power Funds.

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