Huia Water Treatment Plant Upgrade




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Huia Water Treatment Plant Upgrade
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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, a council-owned water utility providing water and wastewater services to around 1.4 million people in the Auckland region, has identified the replacement of its Huia Water Treatment Plant, Auckland’s third largest, as a medium-term investment priority.

The current plant is nearing the end of its operational life and needs to be replaced in order to sustain potable supply to the region's growing population. Watercare have estimated the cost of upgrading or replacing the current water treatment plant at circa $185 million, with the proposal currently undergoing detailed assessment.


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