Liwasan ng Kagitingan at Kalikasan Wastewater Treatment Plant

  • A 75ML/day wastewater treatment plant to serve the Taguig and Makati areas of Metro Manila
  • The plant is fully covered with the treatment process constructed below ground to minimise environmental impact
  • Over two million safe working hours have been achieved without a lost time accident, a significant achievement locally

The Liwasan ng Kagitingan at Kalikasan (formely LNMB) Wastewater Treatment Plant has a treatment capacity of 75 mega-litres per day. It serves the Taguig and Makati areas of Metro Manila and provide significant improvements to the water reaching the downstream watercourse.

Arup has managed the project on behalf of the client from the formulation of the contract documents, through the tender period and evaluation to construction and commissioning on site.

During the procurement stage, our process engineers developed a full reference design for the plant, and recommended the best layout with a suitable treatment process. This saves the client considerable cost over the project’s lifetime.

The design we developed and specified places the whole treatment process underground to minimise the impact on the surrounding areas. The plant is covered by a landscaped park to maximise the use of space and extend the green space and amenities for public enjoyment.

We have supported Manila Water through the review of the contractor’s design and we are currently providing construction management services to ensure the quality of the project. So far, the project achieved more than two million safe working hours without a lost time injury.

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    The Liwasan ng Kagitingan at Kalikasan Wastewater Treatment Plant serves the Taguig and Makati areas of Metro Manila.

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    The wastewater treatment plant has a treatment capacity of 75 mega-litres per day.

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    The plant is covered by a landscaped park to maximise the use of space and extend the green space and amenities for public enjoyment.