CH2M secures contract for Singapore’s 5th desalination plant on Jurong Island
US consultancy CH2M has won a contract to provide consultancy services for Singapore’s fifth desalination plant...
US consultancy CH2M has won a contract to provide consultancy services for Singapore’s fifth desalination plant.
The anticipated 137,000 m3/day project will be co-located with an industrial plant as a result of limited space on the petrochemical hub, Jurong Island, as WWi reported last week (read story).
It has since emerged that CH2M has been successful in securing its bid on this project, competing against Parsons Brinckerhoff, AECOM, Arup and Black & Veatch (B&V).
Competition remains fierce for consultancy services in Singapore, which has set out the target for five desalination plants, providing up to 85% of the nation’s water needs by 2060.
In April B&V announced it had won the contract to provide consultancy services for the fourth desalination project, to be located at Marina East (read WWi story).
CH2M previously provided EPV services on Jurong Island for the PowerSeraya seawater reverse osmosis desalination plant.
More details to follow shortly.