Victorian Desalination Plant

CLIENT:Thiess Degremont Joint Venture

VALUE:$3.5B

DESIGNER:Parsons Brinckerhoff Beca Joint Venture

CONTRACTOR:Thiess Degremont Joint Venture

The Victorian Desalination Project will deliver the largest desalination plant in Australia. With an initial production capacity of up to 150 billion litres of water a year (444 million litres per day), it will have the capability to expand to 200 billion litres a year (548 million litres per day).

The project was developed to very strict environmental guidelines. The main process building has been placed under a green living roof, which will be landscaped with indigenous vegetation. When completed, the plant site will have a very small environmental footprint, despite being capable of producing huge volumes of potable water from sea water.

Donald Cant Watts Corke provided services in measurement and cost plan compilation of the completed design. The design was completed in 2011 and included in excess of 250 packages.

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