- PLW Waterworks, division of Webber and Cadagua, was selected to develop a wastewater treatment plant in Pflugerville, Texas
- The project strengthens the company’s efforts to improve America’s infrastructure as part of its Horizon 24 plan
- The works are expected to be completed in 2026
Ferrovial today announced its water/wastewater subsidiary, PLW Waterworks, the waterworks division of Webber and Cadagua, has been awarded a contract for the construction of the Wilbarger Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant in Pflugerville, Texas. This project is a testament to Ferrovial’s ongoing commitment to investing in America’s infrastructure.
“We are grateful to provide infrastructure solutions to one of the state’s fastest-growing regions,” said Jose Carlos Esteban, CEO of Webber, a subsidiary of Ferrovial. “This project reinforces our leading position in the waterworks industry in Texas and continued commitment to support our communities.”
The project has an anticipated value of approximately $200 million. Once completed, the Wilbarger Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant will be able to treat up to six million gallons per day to accommodate Pflugerville’s growth and service needs.
The scope of work includes the construction of all the operations and maintenance buildings and the installation of equipment and technology for every stage of treatment. Construction is expected to start this summer and to be completed in 2026.
PLW Waterworks, a joint venture between Ferrovial subsidiaries Webber and Cadagua, specializes in water purification, treatment, reuse and desalination systems using design-bid-build, as well as alternative delivery methods to help protect the environment and bring fresh water to millions of Americans every day. The company announced earlier this year it had been awarded two water contracts, also in Texas.