Hill International Chosen for Glina Wastewater Treatment Plant
Hill International is selected by the Municipality of Bucharest to provide technical assistance for Phase 2 of the Glina Wastewater Treatment Plant project, one of the largest environmental projects in the country. Valued at more than USD 400 million, the project comprises the expansion of the largest wastewater treatment plant in Romania with a secondary stage, tertiary stage, and sewage sludge line. Other components of the project include the construction of a sludge incinerator and works to reduce groundwater infiltration in Bucharest’s sewer system. A key part of Romania’s Large Infrastructure Operational Program, which promotes sustainable economic growth and the efficient use of natural resources, the project will help the Municipality better serve the 2.5 million inhabitants of the Bucharest Metropolitan Area with quality sewage infrastructure.
As part of an international consortium, Hill will provide technical assistance for all works supervision services, acting as the engineer and maintaining adherence to International Federation of Consulting Engineers , European Union, and national specifications. Hill will support the project through pre-construction, construction, and post-construction stages. Works are expected to last until 2028. The EU is financing the project with its Cohesion Fund.