CoF – Gas House Pike Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade – Maryland - Project Profile
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The City of Frederick (CoF) is undertaking the upgrade of a wastewater treatment plant in Maryland, the US.
The project involves the Enhanced Nutrient Removal (ENR) upgrade of a wastewater treatment plant. It includes the construction of storage facilities, pumping stations, a reused water collection tank, an odor treatment unit and related infrastructure, and the installation of equipment.
On May 7, 2015, PC Construction Co. was awarded the construction contract with a contract value of US$38 million and Hazen & Sawyer was awarded the environmental engineering contract with a contract value of US$1.39 million.
CoF approved a US$28.1 million bond for the project and the rest will be funded by the state government.
In June 2015, construction works on the project commenced and are underway with completion scheduled for February 2018.
The project involves the upgrade of a wastewater treatment plant in Frederick, Maryland, the US.
The US$44 million project includes the following: