USA: environmental project

Skanska has been contracted to perform upgrades at the 26th Ward water pollution control plant located in the borough of Brooklyn in New York City. The contract is worth USD 60 million. The client is the New York City Department of Environmental Protection. The project is part of New York City’s program to improve water quality. The purpose of this particular project is to update equipment and modernize the facility to increase its reliability and enable it to meet the requirements of the relevant authorities. Work is scheduled to begin in September 2005, with an anticipated completion date in May 2008. Skanska USA Civil’s Gottlieb Skanska operating unit will lead the project, which will be carried out jointly with Slattery Skanska. The scope of work covers upgrading of all stages in the treatment process, including replacement of pumps, valves, fans and piping, as well as repairs to basins and tanks. Also included in the contract are control rooms, a power substation and a building for chemicals handling, as well as the installation of control and regulatory equipment.

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