Doosan bids low for Oman wastewater deal

13 January 2015

Larsen & Toubro also passes technical evaluation

Haya Water, Oman’s wastewater authority, has completed technical evaluation of bids for the Al-Ansab sewage treatment plant (STP) extension.

Two bids passed the evaluation:

The work involves increasing the capacity of the STP from the existing 55,000 cubic metres a day (cm/d) to an average flow capacity of 96,000 cm/d and a maximum flow capacity of 125,000 cm/d, and upgrading associated infrastructure. It also includes increasing the capacity of the Azaiba central pumping station, at a separate site, from its current 1,500 litres a second (l/s) to 3,000 l/s.

US firm Aecom provided design and consultancy services for the project.

Haya Water is also expected to award a contract for package two of a wastewater network extension scheme in Seeb.

The plant expansions are part of a RO2.1bn investment by Haya Water as it aims to connect 80 per cent of the Muscat area to wastewater services by 2020, and reach 93.1 of the population by 2025. Connection rates in 2013 were less than 20 per cent.

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