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Remote Area Flora and Fauna Surveys by MWH

MWH added another substantial project to its remote area biological survey portfolio in 2014, with the safe and successful completion of biological surveys for the Lost Sands Cyclone Mineral Sands Project. The Cyclone Project is in the Great Victoria Desert, adjacent... read more

Lorman Zurita’s Experience on the Panama Canal

Para versión español ver fin de la historia. Name: Lorman Zurita Title:  Electronics Engineer Years with MWH:  2 Role on the Project: Control and Instrumentation Specialist 1. What was your biggest takeaway from working on the Panama Canal Third Set of Locks Expansion... read more

First Drink of Water!

On December 19, the Austin Water Treatment Plant No. 4 (WTP4) project celebrated the opening of the new facility during the official ribbon cutting ceremony. Austin Mayor Lee Leffingwell and City Manager Marc Ott commemorated the opening of the plant along with Austin... read more

Year in Review – The Best of 2014

Reflecting on 2014 makes us very appreciative for the successes that we’ve had throughout the year. Here are just a few of the many highlights of our year: MWH Donates $100,000 to Engineers without Borders. For the second consecutive year, the contribution will... read more

MWH Recognized for Great Work in Australia

MWH has been recognised for its work in Australia, taking out three honours at the Consult Australia Awards. In the Technological Innovation category, MWH received the top prize – the Gold Award – for its work with the Waterlink Joint Venture and SA Water on the $400... read more

Oxfam NZ Water Challenge

The Young Professionals Group (YPG) in New Zealand has signed up for the 2015 Oxfam Water Challenge, to do their part in the fight to deliver safe, clean drinking water for communities in rural Melanesia. By signing up to this valuable cause, MWH has committed to... read more

MWH Exceeds 2,000 Nights of Threatened Bat Monitoring!

Western Australia’s mining powerhouse, the Pilbara region, contains several species of threatened bat whose prime habitat occurs within ore-bearing, ironstone ridges. One of these species, the Pilbara Leaf-nosed Bat, is found nowhere else in Australia and another, the... read more