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Utility Week 4th October 2013

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How do you protect East London from 14 tonnes per second of storm water? Think Murphy. A city's wellbeing depends on its environment. That was especially important for East London in 2012. When the Deephams Sewage Treatment Works struggles with peak demand, storm tanks store the excess – but this can spill over to the River Lea. To overcome this problem, Murphy is using its skills in the design, construction, commissioning and maintenance of water assets to create a new terminal pumping station, inlet works and storm tanks – and to refurbish and improve existing facilities. In fact we have carried out all the civil, mechanical and electrical design. For more than 60 years, Murphy has been building and maintaining the infrastructure of the nation. We continue to break new ground with the design and construction of high-profile projects across a range of key industries. From national tunnelling, power and rail projects to major water and wastewater contracts, pipelines, and process plant construction; with Murphy, the thinking is always as important as the delivery. Breathing life into infrastructure For deeper thinking visit www.murphygroup.co.uk

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