KBR was engaged by LinkWater, the Queensland Bulk Water Transport Authority, to conduct a preliminary assessment of the 2009 5-year Asset Renewals Program.
KBR was engaged under a program delivery alliance with the Water Corporation to design and construct a balancing reservoir to increase water security.
KBR is working with Seqwater to develop natural asset management plans for five water catchments to assist in better water quality and reliability for some 2.5 million.
KBR was project manager for the replacement of 16 barrel union joints in critical supply pipelines in LinkWater's network, supplying treated water to the South East Queensland (SEQ) region.
KBR delivered a program to develop water supply, sewage and waste management capacity to improve health levels in poverty-stricken communities.
KBR assisted An Giang province to establish and operate an effective water management system, which benefits the economy by alleviating poverty.
KBR handled the engineering, procurement and construction management of this project assisting in the delivery of up to 1.6 GL per annum of recycled water to around 8000 homes in the southern suburbs.
KBR will provide engineering services for the design of 15.2 miles of pipeline in Navarro and Ellis counties. The IPL Project will ultimately deliver a required capacity of 350 million gallons per day of raw water to North Central Texas.
This project was undertaken by KBR for AusAID to alleviate the devastating effects of floods and typhoons and the cycle of poverty that follows.
KBR’s feasibility, design and project management of the plant infrastructure project used KBR’s 3Dsoftware package Optioneer® extensively.
KBR provided engineering and construction to this major multifaceted infrastructure program including a treatment plant upgrade, system upgrade and network upgrade.
KBR is the contract manager for engineering, procurement and construction of the Christies Beach Upgrade Project. The upgrade of the wastewater treatment plant includes construction of new and replacement parts.
KBR was engaged to provide civil, structural, pipe and building services for the Ewen Maddock Dam Advanced Water Treatment Plant in Queensland.
Under this contract, KBR provides on-call repair and renovation services for all of the City of Houston's groundwater treatment plants, re-pump stations, groundwater well sites and surface water purification plants.
KBR was engaged to carry out the detailed structural design and documentation of a 10ML post-tensioned concrete reservoir for Inverell Shire Council in northern New South Wales.
KBR prepared prefeasibility and feasibility studies for a new port for the development of the Koniambo nickel mine. Additionally, they assessed the resulting water quality in the coral lagoon.
This project became the largest water treatment plant using ozone reactors and biological activated carbon (BAC) filters in Australia at the time of the upgrade.
KBR provided construction management services for this $24 million, five-million-gallon-per-day (5MGD) reverse osmosis drinking water treatment plant.
KBR conducted a planning study, conceptual design work and detailed design of this plant. It will accommodate new development and alleviate the discharge from the existing wastewater treatment works.
KBR was responsible for designing and analyzing the development of a storm-water bypass tunnel. The tunnel will provide flood protection, meet water quality and environmental objectives, and recover property for economic and recreational facility development.
KBR's engineering design and management for the desalination pipeline achieved a world's first and won an award for government partnership excellence.