Egis awarded a new contract for the future Qatari Integrated Industrial Waste Water Treatment Plant

02/08/2021

Egis awarded Post-contract Professional Consultancy Services Contract for the Design, Build, Operate and Maintain (DBO&M) Contract for Integrated Industrial Wastewater Treatment Works (IIWWTW), Phase I in Doha, Qatar

Ashghal (Public Works Authority) has awarded Egis with a new contract to provide them with professional consultancy services in connection with designing, building, operating and maintaining the future Qatari Integrated Industrial Waste Water Treatment Plant.

In line with Qatar National Vision 2030, Ashghal will be launching new infrastructure projects across the country and they were in need of a trusted partner for project management, design review and work supervision services. The contract, signed earlier this year, engages a team of 18 professionals for a period of over 4 years.

The Integrated Industrial Wastewater Treatment Works Phase I (IIWWTW) will provide treatment for up to 10,000m3/d of tankered industrial wastewaters arising from light industries generated within the Doha Industrial Area Catchment, that is experiencing unprecedented development and growth.

The new IIWWTW Phase I facility will be designed with the flexibility to treat the range of influent characteristics representative of industrial activities in the catchment to Treated Industrial Effluent (TIE) standards. It will be constructed approximately 2km Southwest of Doha Industrial Area, in the vicinity of the existing Industrial Area Sewerage Treatment Works (Phase 1 & 2A and extension 2B) in order to minimize cost and footprint, and allow for proximity to the existing and new deep injection wells for blended treated effluent disposal.

Egis has been a preferred partner for many Water related projects in Qatar, such as  Industrial Area Sewage Treatment Plant, Al Karaana Rehabilitation, TSE Seasonal Lagoon or Doha West Sewage Treatment Plant. Our experience and know-how are highly valued by Ashghal, and we are honoured to be part of country’s strategic infrastructure projects – says Philippe Berthet, Regional Director for Major Structures, Water, Environment and Energy.