MWH to support Romanian infrastructure rehabilitation

The Romanian Ministry of Finance awarded the international consulting firm MWH a five-year project management and consulting services contract to rehabilitate wastewater treatment facilities and related infrastructure in the City of Timisoara, the western-most city in Romania.

The Romanian Ministry of Finance awarded the international consulting firm MWH a five-year project management and consulting services contract to rehabilitate wastewater treatment facilities and related infrastructure in the City of Timisoara, the western-most city in Romania.

MWH will provide technical assistance for the management and supervision of the European Union (EU) Instrument for Structural Policies for Pre-Accession (ISPA) contracts. MWH will manage the procurement of two Works Contracts for a design-build wastewater treatment plant rehabilitation, and the rehabilitation and extension of Timisoara's sewerage network.

As project manager, MWH will collaborate with Aquatim, the local water and wastewater utility company, to improve management capabilities in areas that include master planning, operation and maintenance, management information systems, business planning and human resources. MWH is based in Pasadena, California, USA.

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