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07 August 2006

Mott MacDonald’s Czech business wins River Radbuza contract

Mott MacDonald’s Czech Republic business based in Prague has been appointed to supervise a water treatment and sewerage system reconstruction programme in the River Radbuza by Microregion Radbuza (a voluntary association representing the eight** municipalities sharing the river). The project valued at around 20.6 million euros will start in July 2006 and has been introduced to meet new EU directives.

The Radbuza River is in the west of the Czech Republic and is one of five rivers running through the city of Plzen. The Mott MacDonald team of engineering experts will be working with local company VRV to help reconstruct the 67.5km long sewerage structure which has 2100 connections and eight waste water plants. The programme is due to be completed in June 2008.

Mott MacDonald’s project manager Milos Nosek said, “We are delighted that Microregion Radbuza has selected us and we are looking forward to demonstrating our professional excellence in water projects. Indeed Mott MacDonald has significant experience of working on water projects around the world and we have a strong process capability in both clean water and wastewater treatment that enables us to deliver innovative and cost effective solutions to meet increasing regulatory requirements. Backed by our considerable expertise and resources, we are prepared to provide design support over a wide range of wash water treatment technologies including sludge processing and disposal technologies.”

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Note to editors

Mott MacDonald’s appointment is as FIDIC engineer – the International Federation of Consulting Engineers represents the consulting engineering industry globally and has developed contracts which represent professional codes of conduct and ethics. For more information go to www1.fidic.org/federation

** the eight municipalities sharing the river are Dobrany, Stod, Line, Holysov, Chotesov, Pobezovice, Horsovsky Tyn and Bela.
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