Ferrovial, through PLW Waterworks, has been awarded a water project in Texas (United States) valued at $146 million (equivalent to approximately 135 million Euros). The contract awarded by the city of Pflugerville involves the expansion of a wastewater treatment plant in the Texan city, which will practically exceed its current capacity of 113 million liters per day to meet the needs of the population. An area that is expected to reach 200,000 inhabitants in two decades, as reported by the Spanish Group.
The scope of work includes a pre-treatment system, modernization of membrane filtration, expansion of the high-service pumping station, as well as a new recycling pumping station. The project is scheduled to start this year and end in 2026.
Additionally, PLW Waterworks has also been selected for the expansion of the Trinity Water Treatment Plant in New Braunfels (Texas). With a sum of $20 million (over 18 million euros), it includes the installation of a new membrane train inside the existing building, the construction of a new water storage tank of more than 5.6 million liters in addition to the supply. Installation of backwash and recycling tanks. The work, which will double the infrastructure’s capacity, will be critical to meeting the needs of this city, which is experiencing strong growth, according to Ferrovial. The works, which are expected to start in the first week of the year, are expected to be completed in 2024.
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