Farmington/West Fayetteville, Ark., sewer improvements project goes to RJN Group

Fayetteville, AR, approved a resolution for RJN Group Inc. to begin work on the Farmington/West Fayetteville Sewer Improvement Project, a $6 million effort to eliminate sanitary sewer overflows during wet weather periods and improve system capacity to handle continuing growth within the city of Farmington and southwestern area of Fayetteville. RJN will design a 15"-24" sewer interceptor and a 6 mgd lift station and force main. It's part of the city's $180 million Westside Improvement Project...

WHEATON, IL, Jan. 29, 2007 -- The city of Fayetteville, Arkansas recently approved a resolution for RJN Group Inc. to begin work on the Farmington/West Fayetteville Sewer Improvement Project.

The city's goal is to eliminate the occurrence of sanitary sewer overflows during wet weather periods and to improve the system capacity in order to handle the continuing growth within the city of Farmington and the southwestern area of Fayetteville. RJN will design a 15- through 24-inch sewer interceptor and a 6 mgd lift station and force main. In addition to the design, RJN will also be responsible for construction administration and inspection services throughout the duration of the project.

This $6 million dollar undertaking is a part of the City's $180 million dollar Westside Improvement Project and is one of many RJN Principal, Hugh Kelso, has completed for the City of Fayetteville since 1991.

RJN Group Inc. (www.rjn.com) is a leader in providing engineering services and information technology software to municipal, county, state, and federal clients for the past 32 years. The firm is headquartered in Wheaton, IL, with offices in Fayetteville, AR; Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, and San Antonio, TX, Tulsa, OK; St. Louis, MO; Chicago and Collinsville, IL; Vienna, VA; and Baltimore, MD. RJN provides public works engineering and information technology services for the development, maintenance, and management of municipal infrastructure systems including sewer, water, drainage, roads, bridges, and in addition, GIS services. Projects include engineering studies, preliminary and detailed design, construction engineering, and maintenance management. The firm provides the CASS WORKS® family of software products for tracking of asset inventories, maintenance activity, physical inspection and histories, and related management systems. RJN also provides CASSView™, a GIS deployment tool providing direct access to GIS, CASS WORKS, and other related data.

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