DSI arm wins $46m Vietnam water treatment dealon Nov 21, 2012
Drake & Scull International has announced that its wholly-owned German arm, Passavant-Roediger, has landed a $46m contract to expand Thu Duc water treatment plant in Vietnam.
The engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract will see Passavant-Roediger build a treatment plant with a capacity to treat 300,000m3 of river water per day.
The project will represent the third phase of development at Thu Duc. A river water intake pumping station and pressure main pipes will also be incorporated to deliver feed water into the plant.
Passavant-Roediger managing director Dr. Mazen Bachir said: “This key project demonstrates the reputation of Passavant-Roediger as the leading global EPC specialist of turnkey water, wastewater and industrial process water treatment plants.
"Our global experience and patented technology have again played a very important role in winning this project.
"Moreover, being our first venture in Vietnam, we strongly believe that this project will give Passavant-Roediger a significant head start as we move forward with our growth plans in the country”.
The company added that its project pipeline had grown by 300% over the last 12 months to $163.4m (AED: 600m).
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