Doosan Heavy consortium wins 180 billion won British deal

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Doosan Heavy consortium wins 180 billion won British deal

A consortium led by Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction, a Korean plant builder, has been awarded a 180 billion-won ($155 million) water treatment deal in Britain, the company said Monday.
 
Doosan Heavy formed a consortium with British firm BAM Nuttall to obtain the deal for the relocation of the Guildford sewage treatment facility from Thames Water, Britain's largest water and wastewater services company, the company said in a statement.
 
"We will complete the construction of a new sewage treatment facility near Guilford, southwest of London, by 2026," a company spokesman said.
 
Doosan Heavy joined the relocation project through its British unit, Doosan Enpure.
 
Yonhap 
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