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Harsco in figures

Revenues by region
Western Europe: 39 % North America: 36 % Latin America: 9 % Middle East and Africa: 7 % Asia-Pacific: 5 % Eastern Europe: 4 %

Revenues by segment
Metals & Minerals: 45 % Infrastructure: 34 % Rail: 10 % Industrial: 8 %

Harsco Corporation (Pennsylvania, USA) and Harsco Infrastructure facts & figures
Annual revenues 2010 Harsco Corporation: $3 billion Harsco Infrastructure: $1.2 billion Employees Harsco Corporation: Approx. 20,000 worldwide Harsco Infrastructure: Approx. 6,500 worldwide Locations Harsco Corporation: Present in 50 countries Harsco Infrastructure: Present in 39 countries Portfolio Harsco Corporation: Products and services for the key industries of infrastructure, metals and rail Harsco Infrastructure: Formwork, scaffolds and access solutions for the construction industry, technical services, industrial services

Harsco Infrastructure

A powerful partner, globally and locally

Harsco Infrastructure is one of the worlds largest suppliers of formwork, scaffolds, mobile work platforms and industrial services, operating in Europe, the Middle East and Asia, and North, Central and South America. For clients, developers and contractors, we are a reliable partner in projects of all sizes with our expert engineering and support services. Along with our services to the construction industry, we also provide a wide range of industrial maintenance services. In construction, our expertise focuses on five sectors: transportation, utilities, petrochemicals, health and education, and commercial, residential and leisure. Harsco Infrastructure is the combination of three long-established Harsco companies: Hnnebeck, SGB and Patent. Together we offer almost 300 years of combined specialist experience in our fields. We have gained vast reservoirs of expertise on construction sites and industrial facilities around the world, allowing us to develop a range of services tailored to the requirements of today's international construction and industrial clients. Our local presence enables us to efficiently serve our customers in the realization of projects large and small. In addition to developing solutions and supplying materials, we are able to handle complete project management: from the definition of the task, detailed technical planning, costing, scheduling and deadline planning through to coordination on site. Harsco Infrastructure is a division of Harsco Corporation headquartered in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania (USA). The company quoted on the US stock exchange supports the key industries in infrastructure, metals and rail all over the world with innovative services and products, generating annual revenues of $3 billion. Harsco Infrastructure is committed to the Harsco core values defining interaction and cooperation with customers, suppliers and colleagues: integrity, our people, continuous improvement and value creation discipline.

The challenge for utilities

Utilities high standards of engineering and quality

Few construction tasks are as demanding in terms of safety and durability as the erection of power stations, sewage treatment plants and waste incineration plants. Harsco Infrastructure knows how to meet these demands.

Our sewage is reliably disposed of and treated, our waste is collected and processed every week, and electricity and heat are made available to us in sufficient quantities at all times. The convenience of a secure energy and water supply is something we take for granted and is smoothly organized in our modern everyday world.

To make this possible, large-scale logistics, complex supply and disposal strategies, and highperformance supply systems such as sewage treatment plants, power stations and waste incineration plants are required. Building and maintaining them constitute a major challenge to construction companies, not because of their

sheer size alone. Complex work procedures and a tight framework of deadlines and costs call for high-precision project management. A growing hunger for energy Demand for energy is steadily growing worldwide. And no end to this trend is in sight. Experts anticipate that global demand

for electricity will almost double (over 2007 values) by 2030. The logical consequence of this is that demand for high-output power stations will also grow. Throughout the world, there is huge demand for the construction of new and the extension and modernization of existing power stations in order to still this hunger for energy. The requirements that such plants have to meet are tough. On the one hand, they have to provide a reliable and inexpensive power supply, while satisfying increasingly tough climate protection targets at the same time. The same applies to the waste and water management industry. The latter is also currently faced with the task of designing and building increasingly efficient and cost-effective plants in response to the growing challenges of modern consumer society. As a result of growing awareness among politicians and the population at large, the requirements that utility systems have to satisfy in terms of climate and environmental protection are far stricter today than only a few years ago. This applies particularly to the CO2 output of power stations and the emission values from waste incineration plants. The approval procedures

for such installations have consequently become more complicated. Architects, designers, building contractors and trade businesses have to observe all these points right at the start of project planning and convert abstract figures into physical reality. Countering severe stressing with quality Building to exceptionally high standards of quality and durability is a matter of course. Supply systems, after all, usually have to withstand severe mechanical and also chemical stressing. Waterbearing components of sewage treatment plants, for instance, are constantly exposed to high water saturation and therefore have to be absolutely tight and remain so permanently. Furthermore, such installations are often located by rivers or in low-lying areas, which places special demands on the foundations and on the drainage of the construction site. Demand for specialists for custom solutions In power station construction in particular, e.g. on cooling towers, as well as on large waste water tanks or LNG terminals where liquefied natural gas is converted back into its original gaseous

state, the construction teams have to erect tall structures. In addition, structures of enormous size are often required. The size and height of these structures pose special challenges, e.g. high loads have to be discharged. It is by no means rare for structures to be able to take up their own loads only on completion owing to their particular geometry. During the construction process this calls for complex solutions customized for the specific building situation and adapted precisely to it. This is where it is advisable to consult a partner with experience of developing and implementing such custom solutions. At the same time, the size of such structures also raises the requirements in terms of occupational safety. Complex access solutions at great height also have to satisfy extreme standards of occupational safety. An elaborate safety strategy is therefore imperative for projects of this magnitude partly because an abundance of service providers and suppliers with their staff are involved in such projects. Only effective communication and consistent safety management possibly by an external service provider are capable of minimizing the accident risk on site.

Tight framework of deadlines and costs Like all large-scale projects, the construction of utility systems is usually associated with a tightframework of deadlines and costs. Budgets and time-scales have to be strictly observed to ensure a smooth-running construction process. The pressure can be alleviated immensely with forwardlooking construction planning and the involvement of all the participating firms at an early stage. If, for instance, the formwork supplier is involved early on, it is possible to develop not only inexpensive but also efficient formwork solutions in close consultation. The use of a largeframe formwork system, for instance, reduces the number of pouring cycles and ensures the rapid erection and stripping of the forms, thus saving time and money. The same applies to other trades. In the case of scaffolds or work platforms, for instance, timely cooperation with materials suppliers is advisable. During the construction of power stations, sewage treatment plants or waste incineration plants, huge quantities of materials are generally required. There is not always sufficient space for storing the materials on site. Effective work scheduling from the beginning keeps the quantities required on site low, so comparatively little unused equipment has to be accommodated on the construction site. If the work steps are precisely coordinated with suppliers in advance and there is a continuous interchange of information, the service provider concerned can even supply the required parts just-in-time.

Theoretical expertise and practical project experience Supply systems can only be reliably and cost-effectively constructed if theoretical expertise is coupled with practical project experience. Throughout the construction process, all the work steps

from planning and scheduling through to logistics and occupational safety have to smoothly dovetail. Consistent project and safety management are allimportant. Ideally, this is sourced from a single experienced company in this sector.

Capable and close to the customer

Why Harsco? Because weve got the experience.

At Harsco, its the customer and their needs that count. This is why only the best solution for you is good enough for us.

Our reputation and decades of experience as one of the leading construction service providers in the world combined with our knowledge of formwork, scaffolds and Mechanical Access places us in a unique position. We are able to offer our customers targeted, safe and cost-effective solutions for construction projects of all sizes and kinds. Customers benefit from our international network, expertise, resources and our financial stability, which gives your investment the security you need. Focus on the customer At Harsco, the focus is on the customer. And thats why we ask ourselves at the beginning of each project: How can we help you to realise your construction project on time, efficiently and on budget? Be it a new structure, highly prestigious or small-scale, we know the way to success. With our expertise and our conception of service, we can relieve you of the strain during planning and execution. Thanks to our high productivity, engineering skills and inexpensive applications, we can always find the solution that best meets your needs. Playing safe We choose from a huge range of products that comply with the

toughest safety standards be they scaffolds, elevators or formwork. Because OSH has top priority at Harsco. This is also demonstrated by our outstanding health and safety record. We help you in the selection and efficient combination of our systems to meet the challenges of your project. With competent engineering and ancillary services, we support you by lightening your

workload with planning, erection and dismantling, logistics and project management all from a single source. At home all over the world Our global network of locations ensures optimal infrastructure and an extensive transfer of knowledge. Experience from projects from all over the world is constantly enabling us continually to build on our wealth of knowledge.

Health and safety

Our number one priority.

Throughout Harsco Infrastructure the safety of our staff, our customers and the public is our highest priority. It takes precedence over all other aspects of our business.

Setting health and safety standards for the industry In health and safety, our record (AFR) currently sets a standard for the industry. This requires constant effort in all aspects of risk management, process control, training and communication. Our responsibility is to exercise safety leadership and maintain a safety conscious working environment at every level of our operation. We are dedicated to making this attitude part of our culture and everyday activities.

Working in partnership with you We work closely with our customers to ensure that clear standards of safety competence, cooperation and communication are strictly observed throughout a project. We conduct regular safety reviews, checks and inspections and work proactively with customers and other contractors to ensure we create a safe working environment for everyone working on or around our equipment. Working safely is the best way of keeping to budgets and deadlines.

The industrys most comprehensive safety programme

We run the access industrys most comprehensive programme of safety training. It is ongoing at all levels from site toolbox talks and safety workshops to advanced safety management and leadership courses. Our safety communication plans include a comprehensive safety manual for managers and supervisors

Smooth-running safety management can only succeed in a coordinated and mutually supportive procedure. Ongoing development Controlling Training Communication Clearly defined processes

backed up with product user guides and safety notes, technical data sheets, a regular in-house safety magazine, web-based safety updates and a range of award winning films including The cost of accidents and In the real world which have been widely used throughout the construction industry.

Our core principles of health and safety All injuries and occupational illnesses are preventable All construction and operating exposures can be reasonably safeguarded Safety is a line management responsibility

Working safely is an essential element of employee performance Line management has a responsibility to train all employees to work safely Safety adds value to Harsco customers, stockholders and employees

Case study: Lignite power station, Boxberg, Germany

Great heights
Boxberg power station has been feeding lignite-fired power into the grid since 1971. Since then, the plant has been regularly retrofitted and upgraded with advanced environmental equipment. The earthmoving for the construction of a new, highly advanced lignite power station block got underway in 2006. The contract for the shuttering work inclusive of strategy design, logistics and site supervision for the turbine hall, main switchgear and boiler house was awarded to Harsco Infrastructure. For fabric constructors, power station construction means, more than anything else, great heights. At Boxberg power station, the average height of the turbine hall and main switchgear room is a good 6 metres. To make it possible to pour the 30 centimetre thick external walls of the building in a single lift per storey, 6.4 metre high MANTO large-frame formFacts & figures Customer: Challenge: STRABAG AG Development and provision of a cost-effective formwork and scaffold strategy for all cast-inplace components of the new power station block 2010 675 MW RASTO, TAKKO, CS 240 L climbing form, MANTO, TOPFLEX, ID15, MODEX work was placed on platforms of CS 240 L climbing scaffold. These carried not only the formwork, but also served as work platforms for the shuttering and pouring work. A carriage retracted the formwork from the concreted wall to enable the formwork and platform to be raised for the next cycle in a single motion. Aluminium aligning struts ensured that the high wind loads were reliably discharged. Load-bearing structures of modular scaffolding and ID 15 towers were employed for the shuttering of the slabs and joists. The slab bays were shuttered with TOPFLEX.

Project completion: Gross output of the new block: Materials used:


Case study: Substitute-fuel power station, Premnitz, Germany

Stationary shoring carries climbing formwork

Facts & figures Customer: Operator: Challenge: Ed. Zblin AG E.ON subsidiary BKB Premnitz Development of a stationary shoring and formwork strategy for the construction of Premnitz substitute-fuel power station 2007 70 million

Project completion: Total project cost:

Additional incineration capacity: 150,000 tonnes Materials used: CS 240 L climbing formwork, MANTO , TOPFLEX, ID 15, MODEX

At Premnitz substitute-fuel power station, the energy potential contained in waste is exploited to produce electricity, district heat and process steam (combined heat and power generation or CHP). All the contaminants contained in the waste are thus destroyed or removed from the cycle. Throughout Germany, some 18 million tonnes of waste are incinerated in this environmentally friendly way each year, generating energy for about three million people. For the construction of this power station, Harsco Infrastructure produced an elaborate formwork and scaffold strategy. One of the biggest formwork challenges was a slab projecting by 10 meters at a height of 20 meters, on which the 14.4 meter tall bunker walls were constructed. The solution consisted of a 20 meter tall stationary shoring

that discharged the loads of the projecting slab and the walls constructed on it with a climbing scaffold. The vertical loads came to as much as 280 kN. The almost 10,000 cubic meter stationary shoring was constructed with modular scaffold system components and heavy-load props. Its task was to support the TOPFLEX timber beam formwork for the roughly 500 square meter slab, carry the even greater load of the bunker walls on the projections and discharge all the loads from the slab and walls safely into the ground. The bunker walls were poured in four climbing cycles with the aid of CS 240 L climbing formwork and MANTO large-frame formwork. Only on completion of the final wall section was the building structure capable of taking over load discharge from the stationary shoring.

Case study: South Hook LNG Terminal, UK

Weathering the storm

Liquefied natural gas or LNG is becoming increasingly important for energy supplies. LNG is natural gas that is liquefied by cooling to minus 161 Celsius. This significantly reduces its volume and facilitates transport by tanker. After this, the gas is stored in LNG terminals, regasified and fed via methane gas lines to where it is needed. The South Hook LNG Terminal in West Wales is the biggest LNG terminal in Europe and represents one of the cornerstones of energy supplies in the United Kingdom. The fitting of insulation at the terminal had to be carried out in protected and dry conditions a special challenge in view of the terminals exposed coastal location. Harsco Infrastructure developed and erected a series of weatherproof access solutions for the fitting of insulation on the tanks and pipelines. A modular aluminium roof system was employed in this context. Despite its low weight, it had a large span. The structure was covered with a transparent membrane so that all the work could be carried out in daylight and with complete weather protection.

Facts & figures Customer: Challenge: South Hook LNG Terminal Company Ltd. Creation of weatherproof access solutions for the construction of a new regasification terminal Modular aluminium roof

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Case study: Langage Power Station, UK

Experience pays off

The construction of Langage Power Station near the British city of Plymouth started in 2006. The facility went into operation in 2010. With an output of 878 megawatts, it plays an important role in long-term supply security. Harsco Infrastructure had a large hand in the construction of the power station.

For the construction of the tall building with its thick slabs, it was important to find an efficient and highly load-bearing support and access solution. The task was complicated by the in some cases domed and projecting slabs. The contract for the design and realization of this concept was awarded to Harsco Infrastructure.

Facts & figures Customer: Challenge: Centrica Energy plc Development of a support and access solution for the construction of a combined-cycle power station with domed and projecting slabs 2010 CUPLOK modular scaffold, mastclimbing platforms, work platforms

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Because of the challenging slab geometry, the designers opted for modular scaffolds. Over 200 tonnes of this highly versatile system were employed. Also supplied were two mast-climbing platforms and two 27 metre high height-adjustable work platforms. The equipment was used both for the assembly of the building envelope and for construction of the large turbine hall and the building for waste heat steam generation. The modular scaffold was also used for creating several work platforms to permit work on the undersides of the slabs.


Case study: LNG terminal, Venice, Italy

Pioneering achievement at the offshore terminal

The project for an offshore LNG terminal, which is technologically exemplary for the whole of Europe, has been underway some 15 kilometres from the Venetian coast since 2005. Invisible from the shore, the storage and regasification terminal extends a mere 15 metres into the sky, with the remaining 30 metres being sub-merged beneath the waters surface. The centrepiece of the 180 metre long terminal is two tanks, which on this project are ballasted by walls of reinforced concrete a world premiere. The tanks have a special structure of individual cells which, if required, can be sealed off from each other to create five totally independent sections. Reinforced concrete was also used for the construction of two round, roughly 40 metre tall columns connecting the centre of each tank with the part of the terminal above the water level.

For the construction of each of the 56 metre long, 28 metre wide and 7 metre high tank boxes, it was decided to use about 4,000 square metres of MANTO large-frame formwork. It offered the versatility and ruggedness required for the construction of the two 10,000 ton concrete boxes. By using MANTO panels, the various 6.5 metre tall wall sections

were poured in a single lift. The comprehensive range of panels also permitted the cost-effective pouring of the various tank cells without expensive customized equipment. The formwork supplied to the project also included 500 square metres of adjustable RONDA circular formwork for the construction of the reinforced concrete columns and timber beams for the heads of the columns.

Facts & figures Customer: Challenge: Terminale GNL Adriatico S.r.l. Development of a formwork solution for the construction of offshore LNG tanks 2008 4,000 m of MANTO , RONDA

Project completion: Materials used:


Case study: Waste water tank, Southport, UK

Working under pressure

Drinking water quality is decisive for human health. This is why United Utilities invested over GBP 6 million in upgrades of the waste water installations in Formby and Southport from 2005 to 2010. These projects are part of an extensive refurbishment programme to uphold drinking water quality and the quality of water in rivers and lakes and on the coast.

In Southport, the project involved constructing three large waste water tanks under extreme deadline pressure. The 9.4 metre high tanks with a diameter of up to 42 metres are part of a storm water retention scheme. The concrete had to be placed within only twelve weeks. A particularly quick formwork solution was therefore called for, and Harsco Infrastructure was contracted with its development. The technicians opted for a shuttering strategy based on a circular formwork system. With this system, the panels can be adjusted to any desired radius on site and are then used like any conventional wall formwork system. The system

has very few components and is compatible with traditional frame formwork, thus easily permitting transitions from straight to curved wall sections. Each tank was concreted in only two pouring cycles one up to a height of 4.8 metres and the second up to the final height of 9.4 metres.

Facts & figures Customer: Challenge: United Utilities Development of a formwork soltion for the construction of waste water tanks on site to a very tight schedule LOGIK 360

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Case study: Sewage treatment plant, Suceava, Romania

Precise, economic and versatile

With its accession to the EU, Romania has undertaken to bring its water infrastructure into line with international standards. In this connection, a new, highperformance sewage treatment plant has been built in Suceava, financed with funds from the KfW banking group. Connected to it are a population of about 84,000 and numerous industrial and commercial companies. The energy obtained from the biogas released during the treatment process is used for heating the building. The formwork materials had to be both strong and easy to handle as well as creating fair face concrete quality. Time and money were at a premium. Harsco Infrastructure designed a technically sophisticated solution centring on RONDA circular formwork. It was used together with the HG 180 suspended scaffold for the construction of three primary clarification tanks. The biggest challenge, however, was posed by the design of the digestion tank. The cylindrical structure has a diameter of 21 metres. RONDA circular formwork with its integrated spindle system proved to be the ideal formwork system. Since it permits precise alignment of opposing panels, the circular tank with a constant wall thickness of 50 centimetres and a height of 18 metres was shuttered with ease. The HG 180 brackets provided support for the RONDA panels at the upper levels and also served as a work platform. BOSTA 70 staircase towers provided safe access. Free-standing towers of modular scaffolding served as the support system for construction of the domed slab.

Facts & figures Customer: Challenge: ACI-AG srl Development of an efficient yet simple formwork and scaffold strategy for the construction of three primary clarification tanks and an 18 metre high, cylindrical digestion tank; supply of the support systems for construction of the domed slab. 2009 RONDA, HG 180 suspended scaffold, BOSTA 70 staircase owers, 5,900 m of MODEX scaffold towers

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Case study: Waste water treatment plant, Plattling, Germany

Cost-effective mix
The old waste water treatment plant of the paper mill in Plattling was replaced by a new one in 2007 and 2008. The supplier of the formwork for this project was Harsco Infrastructure. Because of the huge circular and rectangular tanks, channels, funnels and other waterbearing components involved, the construction of a waste water treatment plant is always a major challenge for formwork engineers. In this specific project, it was a question of building six tanks for primary treatment, secondary treatment, sludge activation, flotation, fresh water and sedimentation. The up to 12 metre tall activatedsludge tank with its 46.7 metre outer diameter called for a customized solution, as it had to be shuttered with an absorbent lining not used on conventional circular formwork systems. The solution involved customizing formwork based on H 20 large-

area formwork that was fitted with the desired linings. The gigantic tank (capacity approx. 20,000 cubic meters) was poured in three lifts. For this, the formwork was mounted on folding scaffolds. The fresh water tanks were constructed using standard systems.

These were a variety of rectangular tanks of different heights and sizes. The walls up to 9 metres tall in some cases were built with MANTO, the classic wall formwork. With its diversity of panels, this extra heavy-duty large-frame formwork always delivers the matching solution and is quickly assembled.

Facts & figures Customer: Challenge: Berger Bau GmbH Development of a formwork system for the construction of a waste water plant with six types of tank 2008 RONDA, folding scaffold, MANTO , custom formwork

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Case study: Waste incineration plant, Forli, Italy

Efficient formwork planning

Waste disposal is one of the major environmental topics in Italy. Stateof-the-art are waste composting and the generation of energy in environment-friendly waste incineration plants. Such a facility for the incineration of solid household waste was built in Forli in Italy in 2008.

Because of their geometry, the various parts of the facility required skilled shuttering. Concrete pouring also had to proceed swiftly. The quantities of materials kept on site had to be kept to a minimum. Harsco Infrastructure therefore developed a formwork strategy for the filter system, waste bunker and incinerator to satisfy precisely

these requirements. For the construction of the reinforced concrete piers in the filter installation, Harsco designed and developed preassembled custom forms a combination of H 20 timber beams and steel girders, which could be adapted flexibly to different dimensions and concreting conditions. To pour the stiffeners, MANTO large-frame formwork was employed because of its versatility and speed. At the higher levels, the formwork for the concrete columns was placed on special brackets. The formwork for the horizontal reinforced concrete member was carried by a high-strength stationary shoring. To safely pour the wall buttresses at higher levels, the formwork experts developed a climbing form of climbing brackets on which MANTO elements were mounted.

Facts & figures Customer: Challenge: Hera SpA Development of a cost-effective formwork strategy for the filter installation, waste bunker and incinerator of a modern waste incineration plant 2008 MANTO large-frame formwork, MODEX, custom formwork

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Contacts Harsco Infrastructure Worldwide

Harsco Infrastructure Australia Pty. Limited Phone: 0061 7 3713 3333 Harsco Infrastructure Austria GmbH Phone: 0043 2235 420 30 Harsco Infrastructure Canada Phone: 001 (780) 468-3292 Harsco Infrastructure Channel Islands Limited Phone: 01534 636 363 Harsco Infrastructura Chile Ltda. Phone: 0056 2585 4450 Harsco Infrastructure Colombia Phone: 0057 861 8877 Harsco Infrastructure Costa Rica Phone: 00506 2242-2929 Harsco Infrastructure Cesko s.r.o Phone: 00 420 2 7210 1511 Harsco Infrastructure Danmark A/S Phone: 0045 7013 3100 Harsco Infrastructure Egypt for Scaffolding and Formwork SAE Phone: 00 202 2359 1568

Harsco Infrastructure El Salvador Phone: 00503 2319-6565 Harsco Infrastructure France SAS Phone: 0031 1 60 21 60 60 Harsco Infrastructure Deutschland GmbH Phone: 0049 2102 937-1 Harsco Infrastructure Guatemala Phone: (00502) 2255-6748 Harsco Infrastructure Magyarorszg Kft. Phone: 0036 1 4204888 Harsco Infrastructure India Private Limited Phone: 0091 40 - 2370 1710 Harsco Infrastructure Italia S.p.A. Phone: 0039 2 969 731 Harsco Infrastructure Malaysia Sdn Bhd Phone: 00 603 42965455 or 00 603 42965034 Harsco Infrastructure Mexico SA de CV Phone: 0052 55 2614 1410 Harsco Infrastructure B.V. The Netherlands Phone: 00 31 492 598 698

Harsco Infrastructure Norge AS Phone: 0047 63 86 72 00 Harsco Infrastructure Panama SA Phone: 00507 217-9300 Harsco Infraestructura Per S.A. Phone: 0051 (1) 252-1700 Harsco Infrastructure Polska Sp. z o.o. Phone: 0048 22 231 23 00 Harsco Infrastructure Puerto Rico Phone: 001787 769-4870 Harsco Infrastructure Qatar WLL Phone: 00 974 4603 983 Harsco Infrastructure Romania SRL Phone: 0040 264 504 270 Harsco Infrastructure Rus OOO Phone: 007 495 661 6494 Harsco Infrastructure Saudi Arabia Phone: 00 966 2 619 2000 Harsco Infrastructure Singapore Pte Ltd Phone: 00 65 6862 6122

Harsco Infrastructure Slovensko SRO Phone: 00 421 2 4445 9871 or 00 421 2 4445 3296 Harsco Infrastructure South Africa (Pty) Ltd Phone: 0027 21 522 89 00 Harsco Infrastructure Sverige AB Phone: 0046 19 20 97 0 Harsco Infrastructure Trinidad & Tobago Phone: 001868 679-3121 Harsco Infrastructure Ukrajina LLC Phone: 00 38 44 206 1088 Harsco Infrastructure Quebeisi LLC Phone: 00 971 6 534 2221 Harsco Infrastructure UK Phone: 0044 1827 266 100 Harsco Infrastructure USA Phone: 001 201 261 5600 Harsco Infrastructure Zhejiang Co., Ltd Phone: 0086 571 883 75 109

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