Black & Veatch and Thiess in place to renew aging water assets in Melbourne


Black & Veatch, in a joint venture with Thiess, has been named as one of two preferred Service Providers for the next phase of capital investments by Melbourne Water. 
The Service Providers will bid for a proposed AU$500 million worth of projects from a broader capital program, known as Water Plan 3. The program focuses on renewing and upgrading assets throughout Melbourne Water’s portfolio. It represents a significant reprioritization of expenditure following major capital investments in recent years.
“We are seeing an increased focus by water utilities throughout the world to extend the lifecycle of their assets,” said James Currie, Managing Director of Black & Veatch in Australia. “The program of improvements is significant and represents a concerted effort to deliver long term value for Melbourne Water customers.”

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