Huia Water Treatment Plant Replacement




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Huia Water Treatment Plant Replacement
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STATUS: Credibly proposed
VALUE: $173.4M AUD | $185M NZD
SECTOR: Water & sewerage
JURISDICTION: New Zealand
PROCUREMENT APPROACH: Unknown
TYPE: Greenfield

Watercare, the water utility owned by Auckland Council, is currently planning for the replacement of its Huia Water Treatment Plant, the third largest water treatment plant in Auckland. The existing plant treats water from the Upper and Lower Huia Dams and Upper and Lower Nihotupu Dams and is approaching the end of its operational life.

Watercare considered a number of options to upgrade or replace the current plant, and on June 2017, resolved to construct a replacement treatment plant on the WaterCare-owned Manuka Road, Waima site, with reservoirs to be located on the Watercare-owned Woodlands Park Road site. The new Huia Water Treatment Plant will have a capacity of 140ML per day, an increase on the existing plant's capacity of 126ML per day.

Watercare will lodge resource consents over 2018 and expects construction to be complete by 2023.



Last reviewed: 21/12/2017

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