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PP water awards $35 million tender

PP water awards $35 million tender

PHNOM Penh Water Supply Authority has signed its second contract this month with Singapore-based Moya Dayen as part of the Niroth Water Production Facilities Project first phase of construction. The latest deal worth US$34.6 million follows a $13.38 million agreement struck mid-June on the same project, according to a press release Tuesday. Construction covered by the latest deal is expected to begin in August, and last about 30 months. “The completion of Phase 1 of Niroth Water Production Facilities will greatly alleviate the water supply situation in a fast-growing city,” Phnom Penh Water Supply Authority general director Ek Sonn Chan said in the release.

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