San Francisco wastewater improvement program contract awarded to AECOM, Parsons joint venture

A US$150-million program-management contract has been awarded to an AECOM/Parsons joint venture by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission...

LOS ANGELES, CA, Aug. 16, 2011 -- A US$150-million program-management contract has been awarded to an AECOM/Parsons joint venture by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC).

Under the contract, the joint venture will provide program management services for SFPUC's US$7-billion Wastewater Enterprise Capital Improvement program for multiple projects throughout San Francisco. The scope includes program planning and administration, implementation, technical support, program controls, and pre-construction management and planning.

SFPUC is reviewing latest technologies and cost effectively implementing best value systems for sustainable infrastructure and improved impact to the environment. When completed, the San Francisco Sewer System Improvement Program, which is part of the Wastewater Enterprise Capital Improvement program, will provide the community with a sewer system and treatment plants incorporating the latest technologies and "green" designs.

The program is slated for completion in 2026.

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