Woodard & Curran renews three water and wastewater contracts valued at $1.3 million

Oct. 3, 2002
Three water and wastewater treatment facilities in the Northeast recently renewed their operations and maintenance contracts, valued at $1.2 million, with Woodard & Curran.

PORTLAND, Maine, Oct. 3, 2002 -- Three water and wastewater treatment facilities in the Northeast recently renewed their operations and maintenance contracts, valued at $1.2 million, with Woodard & Curran.

The environmental operations and engineering firm, which contract operates more than 50 water and wastewater treatment facilities nationwide, was awarded the renewal contracts with Rockport, Maine; Marlborough, Massachusetts; and the Warren Sewer Commission in Warren, Rhode Island.

Among the three renewed contracts was the award-winning wastewater treatment facility owned by the Warren Sewer Commission in Warren, Rhode Island. The contract, which was extended for another 10 years after its original 5-year contract with Woodard & Curran, includes comprehensive operations and maintenance of the Commission's 2-MGD wastewater treatment facility.

The facility serves more than 6,000 customers and includes 11 pump stations, a 10-mile collection system, and an activated sludge treatment facility. The firm also is providing design and construction management services for over $1 million worth of collection system and facility upgrades.

"These renewals are a testament to the management and staff who take care of our client's facilities and the continued commitment by our firm to achieve operational excellence," says Doug McKeown, senior vice president of operations and maintenance at Woodard & Curran.

Other renewed contracts include comprehensive contract operations of the wastewater collection system for the Town of Rockport, Maine. The project, valued at about $100,000 a year for three years, is a continuation of Woodard & Curran's previous three-year contract. Woodard & Curran also designed and managed construction of the system, which includes 10 miles of sewers and 13 pump stations.

Also on the list is the Millham Water Treatment Facility in Marlborough, Massachusetts. The contract, renewed at about $600,000 a year, includes operations and maintenance of the 3.6-MGD surface drinking water treatment facility, which utilizes up flow pulsation and carbon filtration treatments.

Woodard & Curran is an environmental consulting firm with a staff of more than 450 integrating services in engineering, science and operations. The firm specializes in municipal water and wastewater; operations and management; industrial waste; hazardous waste; solid waste; information management and automation; and environmental studies and permitting. Woodard & Curran has offices in Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Florida and Illinois, and operates more than 50 treatment facilities nationwide.

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