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Mott MacDonald appointed to major NI waste infrastructure project

Mott MacDonald has been appointed as Technical Adviser to the SWaMP2008’s (Southern Waste Management Partnership) waste management infrastructure project as part of a consortium to provide client-side advisory services to the group.

As Technical Adviser, Mott MacDonald will provide technical, planning and environmental guidance to the client on the major scheme valued at up to £400 million.
 
Simon Martin, Mott MacDonald’s portfolio manager for waste said, “We are delighted to be selected for this prestigious project along with fellow consortium members Ernst & Young and Marsh Ltd.  Mott MacDonald looks forward to bringing its world class skills in water and waste management to help deliver an excellent solution for SWaMP2008 and the communities it services in Northern Ireland. This project builds on our recent success in Northern Ireland with Northern Ireland Water’s Project Alpha and Omega schemes.”
 
Over the next two years a contractor will be selected to develop residual waste treatment plants and will be responsible for the operation and maintenance of the facilities throughout the 25 year contract. Construction of the new facilities is anticipated to take just under three years, with completion due in 2012.

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