Black & Veatch designed and built the world’s largest nutrient recovery facility at the Stickney WRP. The plant is providing an environmentally progressive solution to support the larger goal of reducing Gulf hypoxia.
Tarrant Regional Water District (TRWD) is a major raw water supplier to the Dallas-Ft. Worth area in Texas. As with many other municipal water systems, TRWD’s infrastructure provided a potential source for significant hydropower.
Black & Veatch designed a new powerhouse and other hydropower components to help Puget Sound Energy optimize the use of the Baker River water resource for power generation while accommodating the flow release requirement.
San Antonio sits near the Wilcox Aquifer, which has an abundant supply of brackish water. The San Antonio Water System (SAWS) project was developed to supplement and diversify the city’s water resources portfolio.
Black & Veatch was engaged as lead partner in the Wadi Dayqah Dam Joint Venture formed to undertake design, procurement and construction supervision of the US$120 million Wadi Dayqah Water Supply Scheme.
BioKyowa was faced with a completion timeline of only 18 months when new limits were required of its WWTP. Black & Veatch selected an innovative, state-of-the-art application of membrane bio-reactor (MBR) treatment for removal of E. coli bacteria.
South East Queensland was caught in the grip of a severe continent-wide drought and faced stringent water restrictions. Combined dam levels were low, and water supplies were dwindling. Supply to two nearby power stations was threatened.