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MWH buys Biwater Services

MWH Global has bought Biwater Services, the UK water construction and engineering firm that acts as the holding company for Biwater Treatment, Farrer Consulting and BiProduct Recovery.

The company has 675 employees.

“Together, we provide a broader range of skills to address the creation, management and optimization of existing wet infrastructure assets. This is especially relevant recognizing changing, and sometimes conflicting, demands of energy, infrastructure rehabilitation, refurbishment, efficiency and carbon reduction,” said MWH Global chief executive Robert Uhler.

The integration of the two companies will begin immediately, following appropriate regulatory approvals. Uhler said that the combined organisation remains fully committed to their existing clients and current AMP 5 contracts.

Biwater Holdings Limited designs and constructs water and wastewater treatment facilities and leisure facilities as well as provides related consultancy services in over 90 countries including in Africa, the Americas, the Asia Pacific, Europe, and the Middle East.

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