Project Roundup: Groundbreaking Ceremonies, Construction and More

See what’s going on around the country in this listing of new water and wastewater projects

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California
Coachella Valley
Project: Stormwater channel improvements
Details: Aims to better manage stormwater flow in the Coachella Valley during heavy rains
Status: Loan secured
Cost: $59 million

Mariposa
Project: Wastewater treatment plant upgrades
Details: Retrofit and upgrade will triple current capacity
Status: Planned completion in March
Cost: $10 million

Valencia
Project: New water treatment facility
Details: Will restore use of a substantial portion of the groundwater that has been impacted due to PFAS
Status: Construction started
Cost: $6 million

Florida
Sarasota County
Project: Wastewater treatment plant upgrade
Details: Will increase capacity from 12 to 18 mgd
Status: Groundbreaking held
Cost: $157 million

Illinois
Sycamore
Project: New wastewater treatment plant
Details: New plant increases capacity to 4.9 mgd and adds UV disinfection process
Status: Slated for fall 2020 completion
Cost: $23.8 million

Maryland
Annapolis
Project: Enhanced nutrient removal facilities
Details: Reduces phosphorus and nitrogen discharges into Chesapeake Bay
Status: Project completed
Cost: More than $159 million

New Jersey
Bradley Beach
Project: Water main replacement
Details: Will replace 4,780 feet of aging water main from the 1920s
Status: Slated for March completion
Cost: $1.3 million

New York
Rosedale
Project: Storm sewer and combined sewer project
Details: Builds a comprehensive drainage system to alleviate flooding
Status: Nearly complete
Cost: $12 million 

Texas
Bryan
Project: Wastewater treatment plant upgrades
Details: Replaced digester with a new aeration and blower system
Status: Project complete
Cost: $1.6 million

Utah
St. George
Project: Wastewater treatment plant upgrades
Details: Phase one replaces the collections infrastructure as well as the UV disinfection process
Status: Phase one nearing completion, phase two slated for May 2022 completion
Cost: $28 million



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