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Consultants round-up October 28-November 26 1997

Brazil: Atkins is working on a three-year environmental project to protect a coastal area in the

north-eastern state of Bahia.

Hong Kong: The company is carrying out a management study to determine the condition of the Water Supplies Department's pipeline network.

Ireland: Atkins is studying the possibility of putting Dublin's proposed light rail system underground.

Italy: The firm's architecture arm is working on a campus project at the Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan.

Saudi Arabia: The company is engineer on an offshore project providing a platform and 42 km of subsea cable for the Arabian Oil Company.

BROWN & ROOT

Lebanon: The firm is consultant on a project to upgrade the sewerage, drainage and water supply systems for eight refugee camps around the country. Tenders for the work will be invited early next year.

CORDEROY

Azerbaijan: The firm is advising on an oil storage and distribution scheme for a section of pipeline

running from the Caspian Sea to the Black Sea.

Cyprus: Corderoy is working on the retender of a three-year contract covering maintenance and minor works for Ministry of Defence properties across the island. The firm is also quantity surveyor on a House of Representatives building in Nicosia for the ministry of public works.

Lithuania: The firm is quantity surveyor on a £10 million waste water treatment plant at Klaipeda on the Baltic coast.

Saudi Arabia: Corderoy is providing contract

advice and quantity surveying services on an 80 km water pipeline in Al Khobar.

CROWN AGENTS

Dominica: Crown Agents is carrying out the first phase of a road improvement and maintenance project in association with Scott Wilson Kirkpatrick.

OSCAR FABER

Ireland: Faber is lead consultant on a study looking at the impact of growth in road, rail, sea and air transport in the country.

SIR WILLIAM HALCROW

United Arab Emirates: Halcrow is designer and supervisor on a dual carriageway linking Bidaya Road to the American University of Sharjah. The consultant is also working on a coastal defence scheme in Dubai; a highway linking Sharjah city to the east coast; and a pipeline from Layyah to Sharjah Airport.

HYDER

Poland: Hyder is adviser on a proposal for a rapid transit system in Cracow.

United Arab Emirates: The firm is working on a surface water drainage and sea outfall project and on irrigation works in Abu Dhabi. Hyder is also engineer on phase one of a power station at Sharjah city.

MOTT MacDONALD

Cyprus: The firm is assisting with the design and construction of the Malounda and Tamasos dams in the Troodos mountain range in the north-east of the country. The project is valued at £3.5 million.

OVE ARUP

New Zealand: Arup is the building service and facade engineer on a office block in Auckland for Trans-Tasman Properties.

Russia: The company is working on the fit-out of offices in Moscow for Credit Suisse First Boston. Also in Moscow, the firm is advising Russian bank Troyka-Dialog on its plans to build 3,400 sq m of

office space.

Taiwan: Ove Arup is structural and fire engineer on a retail and entertainment complex at Core Pacific City, Taipei.

SIR FREDERICK SNOW

Fiji: The firm is preparing feasibility studies and detailed design for four domestic airports at Bureta, Kadavu, Matei and Savusavu.

Kiribati: Snow is preparing a master plan and detailed design for an airport at Bonriki.