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Jacobs wins contract to develop Kranji Water Reclamation Plant in Singapore

Jacobs has been awarded a contract by PUB, Singapore’s National Water Authority, to provide professional engineering services for the new Kranji Water Reclamation Plant (WRP), according to a Jacobs press release. The appointment follows a rigorous competitive bidding process.

The Kranji WRP is a critical part of Singapore’s strategy to meet the growing demand for water treatment in the rapidly developing northern region. The plant is designed to meet the needs of upcoming residential and industrial projects by ensuring the efficient collection and treatment of used water.

Jacobs’ scope of work includes engineering, construction supervision, and commissioning of the plant, which is scheduled to be operational by 2035. Upon completion, the Kranji WRP will have an initial treatment capacity of 120 million imperial gallons of wastewater per day (mgd), along with a fully integrated 50 mgd NEWater Factory. This plant will complete the three-node deep tunnel sewerage system, complementing the existing Changi WRP in the east and Tuas WRP in the west, to meet Singapore’s long-term water needs.

The Kranji WRP is a critical part of Singapore’s strategy to meet the growing demand for water treatment in the rapidly developing northern region.
Keith Lawson, Jacobs Senior Vice President, highlighted the importance of the project: “Winning the Wastewater Project of the Year Award with PUB for the expansion of the Changi Water Reclamation Plant underscores our expertise in sustainable water projects. The Kranji WRP contract extends our successful collaboration with PUB, allowing us to introduce cutting-edge water treatment technologies, smart operations and innovative resource recovery solutions while minimizing environmental impact.”

Located in an ecologically diverse area, the project will adhere to strict environmental sustainability standards. Jacobs will ensure compliance with these standards throughout the development process.

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