RIYADH, SAUDI ARABIA – Tamasuk, along with consortium members ACCIONA and Tawzea, has been awarded a USD $1 billion contract from the Saudi Water Partnership Company (SWPC) for the financing, construction and 25-year operation of the Madinah-3, Buraydah-2, and Tabuk-2 sewage treatment plants in Saudi Arabia.
With a total capacity of 440,000 m3/day, they will serve a total population of 2.1 million inhabitants across the Kingdom. Each will have a collection well and pumping station, pretreatment installation, biological reactor, sludge line, and recycled water pumping station. In addition, the consortium will build 34 kilometers of recycled water collectors for Buraydah-2 and 28 kilometers of collectors for Tabuk-2.
This contract marks Tamasuk’s inaugural projects in Saudia Arabia’s water sector and complement Tamasuk’s impressively diverse portfolio of infrastructure and energy projects, which includes solar and wind assets both in Saudi Arabia and across the region.