Danish consultancy Ramboll has been selected by Raja Constanta, a water and wastewater operator in Romania, to provide technical assistance to project management of further development and modernisation of the water infrastructure in Romania.
For the project, Ramboll will provide rehabilitation, modernisation and extension of water supply systems, wastewater collection systems and wastewater treatment plants.
Specifically, Ramboll has agreed to provide managerial support to administer the financing of the contract, update strategic plans to develop the water and wastewater sector in the project area for the short-, medium- and long-terms. It will update the hydraulic modelling system of the water supply.
The company will also update the management system to reduce water losses across distribution networks, update the strategy and action plan regarding industrial wastewater management along with waste management at the wastewater treatment plants.
Ramboll has also agreed to update action plans about the protection of water sources.
Last October, Ramboll was selected by Raja Constanta and Aquaserv for the development of two large development projects in the country.
For Raja Constanta, Ramboll has agreed to provide rehabilitation, modernization and extension of wastewater collection systems and wastewater treatment plants.
Through the project, Ramboll has provided specific technical assistance in supervising the execution of 50 works contracts for the extension and rehabilitation of water supply systems and wastewater collection systems across Constanta, Ialomita, Calarasi, Dambovita and Brasov counties.
For Aquaserv, Ramboll helped in upgrading the water and wastewater infrastructure in the Mures region.
In 2017, the company was selected by Apa Nova Bucuresti, a water services company in Bucharest, to develop a comprehensive master plan to implement the most effective measures needed to develop future-proof water supply and sewerage system for the company’s operating area in Bucharest and its suburbs.
Ramboll to upgrade water infrastructure in Romania. (Credit: Ramboll Group A/S.)