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Pöyry secures owner's engineer services contract for desalination plant in Saudi Arabia

CTBR Staff Writer Published 01 September 2017

Engineering consulting firm Pöyry has secured the owner's engineer services assignment from the Saline Water Conversion Company (SWCC) for the Shoaiba 4 desalination plant in Saudi Arabia.

The Shoaiba 4 desalination plant will satisfy the potable water needs of 5 million people in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The desalination facility will purify up to 400000m3 of sea water into fresh water each day, using reverse osmosis membranes.

The assignment, whose value is not revealed, includes engineering and supervision of construction, erection and commissioning of the plant.

Pöyry Middle East head of thermal power and renewable energy Ari Asikainen said: “Pöyry has a long-standing relationship with SWCC going back some 30 years. As one of the world's leading power engineering companies, Pöyry is proud to support SWCC in this important project that will provide the required water needs to the people of Jeddah.”

Pöyry is an international consulting and engineering company that offer solutions across power generation, transmission and distribution, mining & metals, transportation, water, and others.

The Finnish engineering consulting firm bagged a contract from the Austrian Power Grid to reconstruct and modernize a transmission system substation in Austria.

The contract is related to a 110kV switchgear at the Ernsthofen substation located in the northern part of the country. Pöyry’s scope in the contract is to deliver detailed design engineering, project management and installation services along with equipment.

The project is scheduled to begin in the second quarter and is targeted to be finished by 2022 end.