Alliance bids sought for W Australia water-reuse plant
03 Sep 13 by desalination
Western Australia’s Water Corporation has invited proposals from suitably experienced organizations to form an alliance with the water supplier to design and build the Beenyup Advanced Water Recycling Plant at Craigie.
The alliance would be responsible for design, construction, commissioning, performance testing and validation of the wastewater-reuse plant.
The closing date for bid invitation 7000007199 is 24 September 2013. Documents can be accessed via Water Corporation’s supplier portal.
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