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Biwater Graham JV scoops £37m deal

Joint venture Biwater Graham has bagged a £37 million deal to build the North Coast wastewater treatment works for the Department of Regional Development in Northern Ireland.
The scheme is part of the planned £735 million upgrade of the province's water and sewage infrastructure through to 2008.

Set for completion in 2007, the new works in Craigtown, between Portrush and Portstewart, will treat sewage from the two seaside resorts and from Castlerock, Articlave and Coleraine.

The contract will be divided into four packages will include the design and construction process, mechanical, electrical and civil engineering works.

Work will include construction or refurbishment of 12 Pumping Stations and the installation of pipelines between the pumping stations.

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