Skanska To Construct Groundwater Treatment Plant In US
The contract amounts to $50m, approximately SEK360m, using government support and will be included in order bookings for the second quarter 2010. The construction management assignment will be conducted by Skanska USA Building’s office in Seattle, Washington.
The customer is CH2M HILL, a company active within the energy, chemicals and environmental sectors. The project is to receive support from the US government stimulus package, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Skanska secured the assignment based on an overall valuation of price, technical expertise and its track record in green construction and safety.
According to the company, the project comprises an approximately 5,000 square-meter operations and processing building, 200 West groundwater treatment system, for groundwater treatment. The finished plant, with a capacity of 7.6 cubic meters per minute, will treat groundwater containing radioactive and biological contaminants.
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