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The project will lift the capacity of the Woodman Point Wastewater Treatment Plant from 140mL a day to 180mL.

Civmec gets nod for $196m project

A 50:50 joint venture comprising Henderson-based contractor Civmec and international engineering firm Black & Veatch has been selected as preferred proponent for a $196 million wastewater project south of Perth.

The project will lift the capacity of the Woodman Point Wastewater Treatment Plant from 140 million litres a day to 180mL.

Civmec, which is listed on the Singapore stock exchange, has previously had limited exposure to the water sector, though it did complete civil works for the Binningup desalination plant in 2011.

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