WIFIA Letters of Interest Table
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|Fiscal Year||Prospective Borrower||State||Project Description|
|2020||Birmingham Water Works||Alabama||The Infrastructure Repair and Rehabilitation Project will include three projects: 1) Lake Purdy dam rehabilitation; 2) water main replacement; and 3) distribution storage tank rehabilitation.|
|2020||Grand Prairie Farming and Water Company, LLC||Arkansas||The Phase 1, Phase 2, Phase 3 Development Project will create a sustainable delivery system for surface water to enable mitigation of groundwater wells through the use of credits sold to farmers. Each credit provides farmers with access to surface water while restricting the use of groundwater.|
|2020||Union Sanitary District||California||The Enhanced Treatment and Site Upgrade Phase 1 Projects will consist of a combination of projects to be constructed in three phases: 1) aeration basin modifications and the replacement of existing buildings; 2) secondary clarifier construction and new chlorine disinfection and effluent pumping facilities; and 3) existing secondary clarifier retrofitting.|
|2020||City of Oxnard||California||
The Aquifer Storage Recovery Project will include the following enhancements to the City's recycled water system: 1) increase its capacity from the current 6.25 million gallons per day (MGD) to 12.5 MGD; 2) construct six aquifer and storage recovery wells; 3) install a 20-inch diameter distribution pipeline to convey recovered groundwater from the aquifer and storage recovery wells to three existing water blending stations; and 4) upgrade blending stations.
|2020||City of San Buenaventura||California||The VenturaWaterPure Project will design and construct treatment and conveyance facilities to augment the City’s potable water supplies with purified local recycled water and groundwater.|
|2020||Inland Empire Utilities Agency||California||
The Regional Wastewater System Improvements Program will include four projects to expand the system's capacity; increase its solids handling capacity; increase the flow capacity and overall efficiency of lift stations; and enhance the facility’s ability to reliably produce high quality recycled water. The Inland Empire Utilities Agency closed a WIFIA loan for this project in 2020 and is seeking additional funding.
|2020||East Bay Municipal Utility District||California||The Water Treatment Plants Improvements Program is a multi-faceted plan that will improve water quality, system reliability and safety, and resilience to changes in source water quality at the District’s water treatment plants.|
|2020||Santa Clara Valley Water District||California||The Pacheco Reservoir Expansion Project will expand the Pacheco Reservoir to 140 thousand acre-feet by constructing a new dam, pump station, conveyance facilities, and related infrastructure.|
|2020||Orange County Water District||California||
The PFAS Treatment Projects will design, permit, and construct PFAS removal systems at 45 impacted wells operated by 10 cities and retail water districts within Orange County Water District.
|2020||City of Palo Alto||California||
The Palo Alto Regional Water Quality Control Plant Secondary Treatment Upgrades Project will implement cutting-edge treatment improvements at the City’s Regional Water Quality Control Plant. The project will convert the process into a three-step feed activated sludge configuration, add process intensification via installation of membrane aerated biofilm reactors to meet permit nitrogen removal targets, and decommission the fixed-film reactors.
|2020||Friant Water Authority||California||Friant-Kern Canal Middle Reach Capacity Correction Project will repair, replace, and rehabilitate the Friant-Kern Canal, including modifications to existing Friant-Kern Canal embankments in some segments and realigning and replacing other segments.|
|2020||Rancho California Water District||California||
The Vail Dam Seismic and Hydrologic Remediation Project will construct a new straight-axis concrete dam located downstream of the existing arch dam. The current dam's spillway is insufficient to pass the Probable Maximum Flood without overtopping the dam, and the existing concrete arch dam would not resist the stresses induced by the Maximum Credible Earthquake.
|2020||West Valley Water District||California||
The Oliver P. Roemer Water Filtration Facility Expansion Project will expand the water filtration facility capacity from 14.4 million gallons per day (MGD) to 21.6 MGD.
|2020||Oro Loma Sanitary District||California||The Sewer Collection System Pipeline Rehabilitation and Replacement Project will increase the reliability of the overall sewer collection system by replacing approximately 40 miles of sewer conveyance pipelines and associated laterals and manholes.|
|2020||City of San Diego||California||
The City of San Diego Stormwater Capital Improvement Program will include planning, design, and construction of all assets within the City’s Stormwater System including natural waterways, conveyance pipes, outfalls, drains, pump stations, channels, and green infrastructure.
|2020||City of San Diego||California||
Construction of Phase 1-North City of San Diego's multi-year Pure Water program will use proven technology to clean non-potable reused/recycled water into safe, high quality drinking water and provide one-third of the City’s water supply by 2035. EPA closed a $614 M WIFIA loan with the City for this project in 2018 and the City is seeking additional funding.
|2020||City of Santa Monica||California||The Sustainable Water Supply Program will consist of several innovative water supply projects including new groundwater resiliency and recharge wells and potable reuse of recycled water.|
|2020||City of Escondido||California||The Lake Wohlford Dam Replacement Project will construct a replacement dam, integral spillway, a new outlet tower, and partially deconstruct the existing dam.|
|2020||Silicon Valley Clean Water||California||
The Regional Environmental Sewer Conveyance Upgrade Phase 2 Program will consist of three projects: 1) gravity pipeline tunnel construction; 2) front of plant improvements; and 3) pump station replacement or rehabilitation. EPA closed a $218 M WIFIA loan with Silicon Valley for this project in 2019, and Silicon Valley is seeking additional funding.
|2020||Silicon Valley Clean Water||California||The Wastewater Treatment Plant Reliability Upgrades program will improve treatment facilities by upgrading the primary, secondary, tertiary, and solids handling processes and improving energy systems to ensure reliability for decades.|
|2020||City of Vallejo||California||The FY20-21 to FY24-25 Capital Improvement Program will consist of improvements to aging infrastructure including: pipeline replacements, water treatment plant upgrades, pump station upgrades, water tank upgrades, advanced metering, dam safety upgrades, and other improvement activities.|
|2020||Sacramento County Water Authority||California||
The Arden Service Area Distribution System Pipe Realignment and Meter Installation Project will discontinue the use of old pipelines located in backyards, install approximately 38 miles of new distribution pipelines within the street right-of-way, install over 3,000 new meters, and replace or install new fire hydrants.
|2020||Water Replenishment District of Southern California||California||
The PFAS Remediation Program will provide remediation assistance and support to area drinking water purveyors to help them comply with emerging regulatory standards. The program will provide either full-service engineering, design, installation, and financial support for municipalities who do not have such resources in-house or financial-only support for municipalities that do have such resources.
|2020||BDP Enviro Tech LLC||California||The Biological and Bio P Treatment Process Project will support the development of new technology to biodegrade the organic pollutants in wastewater, while reducing sludge.|
|2020||California State Water Resources Control Board||California||A mixture of projects that are eligible for clean water state revolving fund financing.|
|2020||City of Englewood||Colorado||
The One Water Modernization Program will modernize drinking water and wastewater treatment and conveyance processes, replace outdated electrical and control systems, expedite the replacement of lead pipes, modernize antiquated metering processes, establish a wastewater pilot and research center, initiate a water reuse project, and construct new operations complexes.
|2020||Northern Water||Colorado||The Northern Integrated Supply Project is a regional water storage and distribution project that will annually supply fifteen Northern Colorado Front Range water providers with 40,000 acre-feet of new, reliable water supplies by building two reservoirs and associated infrastructure.|
|2020||Sarasota County Government||Florida||The Bee Ridge Water Reclamation Facility Expansion and Advanced Wastewater Treatment project will expand and upgrade the existing water reclamation facility to an advanced wastewater treatment facility to meet increasing service area demands.|
|2020||Miami-Dade County||Florida||The North District and Central District Wastewater Treatment Plants Ocean Outfall Legislation Projects will construct components required upstream of the to-be constructed municipal injection wells at the North District and Central District Wastewater Treatment Plants.|
|2020||City of Orlando||Florida||The Iron Bridge Regional Water Reclamation Facility Pretreatment Improvements Project will replace the grit removal system, implement improvements to the blending of the return activated sludge and pretreated raw wastewater, and equalize the flow split between the four biological nutrient removal treatment trains. The Reclaimed Water Storage and Repump Facility includes the design and construction of a 3-4 million gallon reclaimed water storage tank and associated pumps, valves, meters and piping.|
|2020||City of Fort Lauderdale||Florida||
The Seven Neighborhood Stormwater Improvements Project will include the construction of stormwater improvements in seven neighborhoods: Edgewood, Victoria Park, River Oaks, Durrs, Dorsey Riverbend, South East Isles, and Progresso Village.
|2020||City of Miami Beach||Florida||
The Sewer and Stormwater Pump Station Upgrades Project will rehabilitate a sewer pump station and construct a new stormwater pump station.
The Water Infrastructure Renewal Program will focus on four key areas: 1) improving resiliency issues at the County’s sole water treatment plant; 2) replacing aging water distribution system pipes that are contributing to pipe failures and leaks; 3) creating new pressures zones that better manage extreme system pressures; and 4) increasing system capacity to improve fire flow pressures, reduce system velocities, and support projected future demands.
|2020||The Cat Creek Energy & Water Storage||Idaho||The Cat Creek Energy & Water Storage Project will construct a 720 megawatt nameplate Pumped Storage Hydroelectric facility with a 100,000 acre-feet water reservoir of which 80,000 is dedicated for water beneficial uses other than power production.|
|2020||City of Joliet||Illinois||The Alternative Water Source Program will construct infrastructure needed to access a new drinking water source to replace the City's reliance on the current source, a sandstone aquifer. This project was selected in FY 2019 for WIFIA funding and is seeking additional funding.|
|2020||Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago||Illinois||
The Capital Improvements Projects include 13 construction projects. Five projects involve rehabilitation of intercepting sewers to eliminate inflow and infiltration. One project provides connections to the Tunnel and Reservoir Plan to relieve wet weather flow. Six projects will rehabilitate or replace infrastructure at the water reclamation plants. The final project adds a chemical treatment system to the Calumet water reclamation plant to reduce phosphorus in wastewater.
|2020||Southland Water Agency||Illinois||The Southland Water Agency Infrastructure System will construct a new drinking water intake structure from the Lake Michigan shoreline that will convey up to 130 million gallons per day (MGD) to serve up to 30 small communities in south suburban Cook County, IL.|
|2020||City of Evanston||Illinois||The 36”/42” Raw Water Intake Replacement Project will include the design and construction of the replacement intake and the abandonment of the existing intake that is currently failing.|
|2020||Chicago Department of Water Management||Illinois||
The Water Main and Lead Service Line Replacement Program will replace water mains and the associated lead service lines in the City of Chicago’s drinking water distribution system.
|2020||City of Cedar Rapids||Iowa||The Cedar Rapids Water Pollution Control Facility Improvements Project will design and construct new and expanded solids processing and nutrient reduction facilities.|
|2020||Iowa Finance Authority||Iowa||A mixture of projects that are eligible for clean water and drinking water state revolving fund financing.|
|2020||Johnson County Wastewater||Kansas||
The Wastewater Integrated Management Plan will consist of two projects to improve existing wastewater treatment facilities: 1) complete rehabilitation and upgrade of the Nelson Complex Wastewater Treatment Facility and 2) complete rehabilitation and expansion, including biological nutrient removal upgrades, of the Mill Creek Regional Wastewater Treatment Facility.
|2020||City of Bonner Springs||Kansas||
The City of Bonner Springs Water Supply and Treatment Plant Project will increase production capacity to 2 million gallons per day (MGD) to meet demand through 2035 and improve water quality by reducing total hardness by constructing a new precipitative lime softening water treatment plant.
|2020||Unified Government of Wyandotte County/Kansas City||Kansas||
The Community-Based Partnership – Stormwater Program will integrate stormwater, combined sewer, and green infrastructure projects to address frequent flooding, repair critical infrastructure, and improve water quality.
|2020||Baltimore City Department of Public Works||Maryland||Baltimore City Water Infrastructure Rehabilitation 2020 will rehabilitate pumps and filters at the Montebello and Ashburton Pumping Stations.|
|2020||Baltimore City Department of Public Works||Maryland||
The City of Baltimore’s Wastewater Rehabilitation Program 2020 will include five subprojects. Two projects at the Patapsco Wastewater Treatment plant will rehabilitate the clarifiers and gravity sludge thickeners and the liquid oxygen facilities. Two projects at the Back River Wastewater Treatment plant will rehabilitate the activated sludge plant 3 clarifiers and the egg-shaped digesters respectively. The final project will rehabilitate the high level interceptor.
The Ellicott City Safe and Sound Plan is a compilation of multiple projects in the Tiber-Hudson watershed that will construct four dry stormwater mitigation ponds, install two 10-ft diameter pipes, and implement other miscellaneous West End pipe and channel improvements.
|2020||Springfield Water and Sewer Commission||Massachusetts||The Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Renewal Program will include thirty integrated water and wastewater infrastructure projects that will address aging infrastructure. The projects include rehabilitation, replacement, and upgrades to the Commission's drinking water and wastewater treatment processes.|
|2020||Water Authority of Great Neck North||New York||The Watermill Lane Emerging Contaminant Water Treatment and Watermain Upgrade Projects will install a new treatment system at the Watermill Lane facility to reduce concentrations of 1,4-dioxane, PFOA, and PFOS in the drinking water supply at this location. In addition, the projects will replace approximately 6,100 linear feet of water main with new 12-inch diameter water main.|
|2020||Erie County Water Authority||New York||
The Strategic Plan Improvements Project will consist of three projects: 1) improvements to the 90 million gallons per day (MGD) Sturgeon Point Water Treatment Plant; 2) rehabilitation of the Powered Activated Carbon Systems at the Sturgeon Point Water Treatment Plant and VanDeWater Treatment Plant; and 3) pump system and yard piping improvements at the Richard F. Ball Pumping Station.
|2020||Johnston County||North Carolina||
The Wastewater Treatment Improvements Program will include seven projects that support capacity expansion via a new 4 million gallons per day (MGD) wastewater treatment facility, biosolids management improvements to the existing regional wastewater treatment facility, and conveyance projects to distribute influent flow between the regional and new wastewater treatment facilities.
|2020||City of Lorain||Ohio||
The Water Treatment Plant Improvements Project will construct a new water treatment plant, located adjacent to the existing treatment plant, that will better serve the current and future demand capacity (approximately 13-17 million gallons per day).
|2020||City of Dayton, Department of Water||Ohio||The Wastewater Infrastructure Improvements Program will include four projects: 1) total phosphorous treatment; 2) phase 1 anaerobic digesters; 3) biosolids improvement, and 4) sanitary collection systems improvement.|
|2020||City of Sandy||Oregon||
The Wastewater System Improvements Project Phase 1 will improve three major components of the City's existing wastewater facilities to provide a year-round discharge to a water body with greater assimilative capacity. The project will include: 1) rehabilitation of the collection system in the City’s two largest sewersheds; 2) construction of the new Eastside Satellite membrane bioreactor wastewater treatment plant; and 3) construction of a new Sandy River outfall.
|2020||Medford Water Commission||Oregon||
The Rogue Valley Water Supply Resiliency Project will consist for four water delivery projects: 1) expansion of the Duff Water Treatment Plant; 2) lead and copper mitigation; 3) rebuilding phase 1 of the Capital Hill Reservoir Facility; and 4) adding new storage and conveyance capacity at Coker Butte.
|2020||City of Gresham and Rockwood Water People’s Utility District||Oregon||The Cascade Groundwater Development Project is a joint effort to establish an independent regional water supply system. This project will greatly expand on this existing groundwater infrastructure to establish an independent and resilient water supply to meet current and future demands of residential, commercial, and industrial customers.|
|2020||Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority||Pennsylvania||The Clearwell Replacement Projects will implement seven projects that include pump station improvements, reservoir improvements, and water main replacement.|
|2020||Rhode Island Infrastructure Bank||Rhode Island||A mixture of projects that are eligible for clean water and drinking water state revolving fund financing.|
|2020||Clemson University||South Carolina||The Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvements project will consist of three main elements: 1) sequencing batch reactor partition and rehabilitation; 2) secondary clarifier rehabilitation; and 3) UV disinfection.|
|2020||Metro Water Services||Tennessee||
The Process Advancements at Omohundro and K.R. Harrington Water Treatment Plants Project will include installing GAC post filter adsorbers at both facilities to achieve water quality and process enhancements, upgrading the Omohundro Water Treatment Plant to increase the capacity from 90 million gallons per day (MGD) to 120 MGD, and constructing a new 120 MGD raw water pumping station.
|2020||Mannco Solutions, LLC||Tennessee and California||The Mannco Class A Heat Dried Biosolids is two separate projects that will serve Memphis, Tennessee and Riverside County, California. The projects will process and dry sludge cake from nearby wastewater treatment plants and sell the resulting Class A biosolids to agricultural users.|
|2020||City of Pflugerville||Texas||The Water Treatment Plant Expansion will expand the City’s Surface Water Treatment Plant from approximately 17 million gallons per day (MGD) to 30 MGD by 2022.|
|2020||Provo River Water Users Association||Utah||
The Provo Aquifer, Storage, and Recovery Program (Phase 3) will design and construct the aquifer storage and recharge projects identified through planning efforts to create a sustainable water supply for Provo City.
|2020||Lake Restoration Solutions, LLC||Utah||The Utah Lake Restoration Project will restore, improve and conserve the water quality and ecosystem of the lake’s 283 billion gallons of freshwater through a combination of dredging and ancillary environmental works, beneficial use of the dredged materials, upgrades to six wastewater treatment facilities, and the installation of forty biofiltration systems around the lake.|
|2020||City of Provo||Utah||The Provo Aquifer, Storage, and Recovery Program (Phase 3) will design and construct aquifer storage and recharge projects identified through planning efforts to most likely to create a sustainable water supply for Provo City.|
|2020||City of Emporia||Virginia||
The Water and Sewer Infrastructure Improvement Program will include: 1) installation of a new treatment process for manganese removal; 2) replacement of several water and sanitary sewer lines; and 3) construction of new sewer lines to the Norwood Industrial Park.
|2020||Prince William County Service Authority||Virginia||
The Booster Pump Station, Water Main Construction, and SCADA System Upgrade will include: 1) construction of a new Four Season/Montclair booster pump station; 2) design and construction of a water main along Route 1; 3) design and construction of steel water mains and a finished water pump; and 4) a SCADA system upgrade.
|2020||Weirton Area Water Board||West Virginia||
The Water Treatment Plant Improvements Project will construct a new grit handling system and additional flocculators and settling basins, expand the existing filter and clearwell building to increase filtration and storage capacity, and add an additional filter backwash decant tank.
|2020||Weirton Sanitary Board||West Virginia||
The Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvements Project will double the treatment capacity of the Weirton Sanitary Board’s wastewater treatment plant from 4 million gallons per day (MGD) to 8 MGD.
|2020||Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District||Wisconsin||
The Milwaukee Waterway Flood Management and Restoration Projects will include: 1) Wilson Park Creek Flood Management Project; 2) West Basin Flood Management Project, which will construct a 31-million-gallon, 100-year stormwater facility and appurtenant storm sewers; and 3) Area of Concern’s Dredged Management Facility which will excavate contaminated sediments from the estuary.
|2019||City of Phoenix Water Services Department||Arizona||The Zone 3D and 4A Improvements Program will install both boosters and water mains to interconnect the north and south systems and enable the city to move water from wells throughout the southern part of the city to areas at higher elevation that are presently served predominantly with Colorado River water.|
|2019||Grand Prairie Farming and Water Company, LLC||Arkansas||The project will create a sustainable delivery system for surface water to enable mitigation of groundwater wells through the use of credits sold to farmers. Each credit provides farmers with access to surface water while restricting the use of groundwater.|
|2019||City of San Mateo||California||The Basins 2 and 3 Collection System Improvements Project will improve the city’s sanitary sewer collection system by replacing and upgrading aging lift stations, sewer mains, and manholes, and constructing a new wastewater flow equalization facility.|
|2019||Soquel Creek Water District||California||Pure Water Soquel will use proven water purification technology to clean recycled water to produce safe, high-quality drinking water that will provide a reliable, sustainable, and drought-resistant water supply.|
|2019||City of Oceanside - Buccaneer||California||The Buccaneer Sewer Lift Station and Force Main Project will optimize and enhance the city's wastewater system by redirecting sewage flows from the aging La Salina Wastewater Treatment Plant to the existing centralized reclamation facility, the San Luis Rey Water Reclamation Facility. There the wastewater will undergo advanced treatment and be injected into the Mission Groundwater Basin.|
|2019||City of Oceanside - Pure Water||California||The Pure Water Oceanside Project will enhance the city’s water system by developing an indirect potable reuse groundwater augmentation project. The project will have two components: (1) construction of a new Advanced Water Purification Facility and (2) expansion of the existing recycled water distribution system.|
|2019||South Coast Water District||California||The Doheny Ocean Desalination Project will produce up to 5 million gallons per day (MGD) of potable drinking water. The project will consist of the intake system, sea water conveyance to the desalination facility site, a seawater desalination plant, brine disposal and solids handling facilities, and potable water delivery to existing distribution infrastructure.|
|2019||Monterey One Water||California||The Pure Water Monterey project will reuse wastewater for potable purposes. It will modify existing infrastructure and construct new conveyance pipelines and injection wells to produce up to 10,350 acre-feet per year (AFY) of new waters.|
|2019||Poseidon Resources||California||The Huntington Beach Desalination Plant Project will construct a seawater desalination facility that will convert seawater into high-quality potable drinking water using a reverse osmosis desalination process. The plant will have a capacity of of approximately 50 million gallons per day (MGD) or 56,000 acre-feet per year (AFY).|
|2019||City of Daly City||California||The Vista Grande Drainage Basin Improvement Project will address storm-related flooding in the Vista Grande Drainage Basin while providing the additional benefit of augmenting the water level of Lake Merced.|
|2019||City of Roseville||California||The Water Future Initiative will (1) expand Roseville’s Aquifer Storage and Recover Program by six new well sites and (2) construct a new 12 million gallons per day (MGD) tertiary filtration system, a pilot-scale study of a carbon-based advanced treatment (CBAT) train, and a 3 MGD CBAT facility.|
|2019||City of Oxnard||California||The Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvements 2030 program will renew, replace, and improve capital facilities and infrastructure to meet current and future needs as identified in the city's Integrated Master Plan. In addition to addressing emergency concerns and needed redundancy, projects include diverting more effluent to the city’s Advanced Water Purification Facility to undergo advanced treatment and to be recycled for irrigation, industrial applications, agriculture, and groundwater recharge.|
|2019||San Francisco Public Utilities Commission||California||The Headworks Project will replace the two outdated existing headworks treatment facilities at the Southeast Plant with a single centralized preliminary treatment facility.|
|2019||San Luis and Delta-Mendota Water Authority||California||The Jones Pumping Plant Unit Motor Rehabilitation Project will rehabilitate six unit motors that have reached the end of their service life.|
|2019||East County Advanced Water Purification Joint Powers Authority||California||The Advanced Water Purification Project will treat the East County’s wastewater locally and implement potable reuse by providing advanced water purification treated water to Lake Jennings for surface water augmentation.|
|2019||Vallejo Flood and Wastewater District||California||The project will replace Vallejo Wastewater’s primarily utilized and outdated treated effluent pump station, the Mare Island Pump Station, with a new effluent pump station.|
|2019||County of Humboldt||California||The county of Humboldt will complete the Samoa Peninsula Water Infrastructure Improvement Project.|
|2019||Purissima Hills Water District||California||The Multi Resiliency Program will replace and relocate water mains that are leaky, have a high risk of failure, and require increased flows for fighting fires.|
|2019||Polk Regional Water Cooperative||Florida||The Alternative Water Source Program will construct 37 Lower Floridan Aquifer wells, two water treatment plants, and transmission systems to connect the cities' and the county’s potable water distribution systems to the new water treatment plants. It will develop and distribute 17.5 million gallons per day (MGD) of alternative water supply to member governments to provide drinking water to over 700,000 residents in Polk County.|
|2019||Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department||Florida||The Sewer Department South District Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion will increase the treatment capacity from 112.5 million gallons per day (MGD) to 131 MGD annual average daily flow, and the peak hourly flow capacity from 285 MGD to 329 MGD.|
|2019||City of Atlanta||Georgia||The Water Distribution System Resiliency Program will rehabilitate and replace aging infrastructure, facilitate water quality compliance, and provide continuous water supply to customers. The program addresses critical risks for the majority of the city's customers, including prioritized projects in Central Atlanta and South Fulton County.|
|2019||City of Joliet||Illinois||The Alternative Water Source Program will construct infrastructure needed to access a new source for drinking water to replace the city's reliance on the current source, a sandstone aquifer.|
|2019||Sewerage and Water Board of New Orleans||Louisiana||The Sewer System Evaluation and Rehabilitation Program will rehabilitate and repair the sewer system in the South Shore, Mid-City, and Carrollton Basins. The program will include more than 5,000 manhole rehabilitations and more than 2,000 sewer line segment rehabilitations.|
|2019||Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority of Louisiana||Louisiana||The Houma Navigation Canal Lock Complex will provide ecosystem restoration, salinity control, and flood control to protect the local drinking water supply, prevent saltwater intrusion and marsh degradation, provide ecosystem restoration, and distribute the naturally available freshwater supply to the wetlands of Terrebonne Parish.|
|2019||Baltimore City Department of Public Works - Water||Maryland||The proposed projects will address critical improvements and renewal of components of the comprehensive water distribution system, including replacing and rehabilitating water mains, the Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition system (SCADA) control, disinfection safety, and a comprehensive condition assessment of the large diameter water mains.|
|2019||Baltimore City Department of Public Works - Wastewater||Maryland||The city of Baltimore will rehabilitate and upgrade major components of its wastewater collection and treatment facilities at its Back River Wastewater Treatment Plant and Patapsco Wastewater Treatment Plant.|
|2019||Baltimore City Department of Public Works - Stormwater||Maryland||The city of Baltimore will address water quality and quantity by completing ten stormwater projects. These projects will include stream restoration, bioretention installation, site greening, step pool conveyance, rehabilitation of existing storm sewer infrastructure, and stormwater model development.|
|2019||Downriver Utility Wastewater Authority||Michigan||Downriver Utility Wastewater Authority will complete several projects to increase the resiliency of its system. The projects will include the construction of indirect heating biosoilds dryers, rehabilitation of the 460 linear feet of the 60-inch sewer and 2 manholes, the repair and testing of the electrical system, and equipment.|
|2019||Jackson County Utility Authority||Mississippi||The Wastewater Collection System Rehabilitation project will build a new treatment and reclamation facility that will collect, treat to reuse water effluent standards, redirect and repurpose treated wastewater effluent. The reclaimed effluent will be used to supplement existing water requirements for the Jackson County industrial complex.|
|2019||City of Jackson||Mississippi||The Wastewater Collection System Rehabilitation project will rehabilitate 107 collapsed pipe sites currently identified throughout the wastewater collection system.|
|2019||DeSoto County Regional Utility Authority||Mississippi||The project will construct a 3 million gallons per day (MGD) treatment facility, a series of gravity interceptors, approximately 13 miles of forcemain pipelines, and pump stations.|
|2019||Kearny Point Resiliency Co.||New Jersey||The Kearny Point Resiliency Partnership project will implement water and environmental infrastructure that will provide flood resiliency, improve water quality, and reconnect Kearny Point to the public and its natural environment from its current industrial conditions through the development and implementation of green spaces.|
|2019||New Jersey Infrastructure Financing Authority||New Jersey||The project will expand the reach of the New Jersey State Revolving Fund Program and allow it to support additional projects across the state.|
|2019||City of Gallup||New Mexico||The Wastewater Treatment Plant Headworks Upgrade and Sewer Interceptor Improvements Project will replace the existing 4.75 million gallons per day (MGD) screw pump arrangement with a 12 MGD submersible pump lift station.|
|2019||Greenville Utilities Commission||North Carolina||The Water Treatment Plant Phase 1 Upgrades project will increase the plant's capacity from its current 19.2 million gallons per day (MGD) firm capacity to 32 MGD, which is anticipated to meet system demands through 2035.|
|2019||Metro Flood Diversion Authority||North Dakota||The Fargo-Moorhead Metropolitan Area Flood Risk Management Project will manage uncontrolled stormwater that threatens the metropolitan area by increasing the Red River’s height by temporarily storing it on vacant land.|
|2019||City of Beaverton||Oregon||The Water Supply Improvement Program will enhance the reliability and resiliency of the water system to meet the needs of a growing urban area. The program includes major new transmission mains, new or improved connections to neighboring purveyors, additional seismically resilient storage, expansion to a new service area, a system-wide advance metering infrastructure system, and a new stormwater reuse system.|
|2019||City of Portland||Oregon||The city of Portland will complete three projects that are required by state and federal law: (1) the Corrosion Control Project will further adjust the chemistry of Portland’s water, reducing potential levels of lead at the tap; (2) the Filtration Project will construct a new filtration water treatment plant to remove the microorganism cryptosporidium and other potential contaminants; and (3) the Pipeline Project will construct raw and finished water pipelines to connect the filtration water treatment plant to the existing conduits.|
|2019||City of Sandy||Oregon||The Wastewater System Improvements Project Phase 1 will improve three major components of the city's existing wastewater facilities to provide a year-round discharge to a water body with greater assimilative capacity. The project will include: (1) rehabilitation of the collection system of the city’s two largest sewersheds; (2) construction of the new Eastside Satellite membrane bioreactor wastewater treatment plant; and (3) construction of a new Sandy River outfall.|
|2019||Narragansett Bay Commission||Rhode Island||The Bucklin Point Resiliency Improvements project will address various resiliency needs, including a new ultraviolet system to provide reliable and energy efficient disinfection, a new operations building to facilitate the relocation of the main Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition system (SCADA) to a less corrosive environment, a new standby power system, and other miscellaneous facility upgrades.|
|2019||Bristol County Water Authority||Rhode Island||The Pawtucket Pipeline project will construct a new water supply pipeline from the Pawtucket Water Supply Board in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, to provide the Bristol County Water Authority with an alternate water supply.|
|2019||Columbia Power and Water Systems||Tennessee||The Long Term Water Supply Program includes water supply, treatment, and distribution system projects on the Columbia Power and Water Systems system and its two major wholesale customer’s systems, city of Spring Hill and Maury County Water System.|
|2019||Salt Lake City, Department of Public Utilities||Utah||The Nutrient Project will reconstruct the 55-year old water reclamation facility and implement a new treatment process to meet new water quality requirements. To meet these requirements, the Nutrient Project will replace the existing trickling filter and activated sludge processes with a biological nutrient removal process.|
|2019||City of Alexandria Virginia, Sanitation Authority||Virginia||The RiverRenew project will remediate four combined sewer overflow (CSO) outfalls in Alexandria and drastically reduce the discharge of combined sewage to Alexandria’s waterways. It will include improvements to AlexRenew’s existing treatment facility, storage, and conveyance system so that combined sewage can be captured and redirected to AlexRenew’s treatment facility for treatment.|
|2019||Hampton Roads Sanitation District||Virginia||The SWIFT Program will implement more than forty individual capital projects to improve the quality of the Chesapeake Bay by reducing surface water discharge of treated effluent by approximately 100 million gallons per day (MGD).|
|2019||City of Newport News, Waterworks Department||Virginia||The Advance Metering Infrastructure (AMI) project will allow for automatic reading of approximately 130,000 water meters across the system’s service area, replacing the currently outdated system that is almost exclusively manually read. It will include all new AMI water meters, meter installation, and network infrastructure, covering the entire service area.|
|2019||Upper Occoquan Service Authority||Virginia||The Ozone Bio-Filtration project will make potable reuse process improvements to the treatment facility that is used to augment the Occoquan Reservoir.|
|2019||City of Tacoma Sewer Utility||Washington||The Electrical Distribution System Replacement Project will repair, replace, and rehabilitate the entire 15 kilovolt (kV) Medium Voltage (MV) electrical distribution system at the Central Wastewater Treatment Plant.|
|2019||Adams County||Washington||The Industrial Water Treatment Utility project will construct a facility to treat industrial wastewater. The effluent will be treated to reuse quality for use in industrial processes, agricultural irrigation, and aquifer recharge.|
|2019||King County||Washington||The Ship Canal Water Quality Project will build an offline storage tunnel to reduce the number and volume of combined sewer overflows (CSOs) that discharge into the Lake Washington Ship Canal.|
|2019||City of Wausau||Wisconsin||The Drinking Water System Treatment Facility Project will construct a new treatment facility that provides administrative, vehicle and maintenance space for the water utility, improvements to wells and pump houses, and water mains to connect wells to the facility and the facility to the distribution system.|
|2018||City of Phoenix - Water Main||Arizona||The Water Main Replacement Program will replace over 150,000 linear feet (LF) of water distribution mains, including replacement of the corresponding water service lines, hydrants and valves, annually.|
|2018||City of Phoenix - Zone 3D||Arizona||The Zone 3D and 4A Improvements Program will implement several major system improvements to ensure that the City of Phoenix can provide a reliable water supply due to long-term drought conditions on the Colorado River.|
|2018||Town of Mammoth||Arizona||The Town of Mammoth's project will repair and replace aging water infrastructure.|
|2018||Poseidon Resources - Huntington Beach||California||The Huntington Beach Seawater Desalination Project will convert seawater into 50 million gallons per day (mgd) of high-quality potable drinking water using a reverse osmosis desalination process.|
|2018||San Mateo-Foster City Public Financing Authority||California||The San Mateo Wastewater Treatment Plant will be modified to replace and repair aging infrastructure, provide capacity for wet weather flows, eliminate effluent blending, produce a higher quality effluent, enhance system reliability, and support sustainability goals.|
|2018||City of Los Angeles Bureau of Sanitation||California||The City of Los Angeles will contract the Donald C. Tillman Advanced Water Purification Facility to turn the City’s wastewater into a sustainable water source for groundwater replenishment.|
|2018||City of Antioch||California||The City will construct the new Antioch Brackish Water Desalination Project with the capacity to produce up to 6 million gallons per day (mgd) of desalinated product water to offset the use of purchased water.|
|2018||County Sanitation District No 2 of Los Angeles County||California||The Joint Water Pollution Control Plant Effluent Outfall Tunnel Project will replace the two existing effluent outfall tunnels to provide seismic resistance and system redundancy.|
|2018||City of Sunnyvale||California||Sunnyvale Cleanwater Program Phase 2 project encompasses three elements: (1) rehabilitation of the existing 29.5 million gallons per day (mgd) secondary and tertiary treatment facilities; (2) construction of new secondary treatment and solids handling facilities; and (3) reconstruction of support facilities necessary to operate the plant.|
|2018||Coachella Valley Water District - Stormwater Channel||California||Coachella Valley Stormwater Channel Improvement Project will make stormwater channel improvements to increase capacity, capture and convey stormwater, reduce stormwater runoff to the surrounding areas, and help the district meet design standards.|
|2018||Coachella Valley Water District - North Indio||California||The proposed project is a 3.3-mile regional stormwater channel conveyance facility to manage and capture stormwater and reduce reoccurring alluvial fan runoff and debris to the City of Indio and parts of the unincorporated county.|
|2018||Inland Empire Utilities Agency||California||The RP-5 Expansion Project will expand the RP-5 Liquids Treatment System to meet service area growth, relocate of the RP-2 Solids Treatment to RP-5, and construct of a new solids treatment plant at RP-5.|
|2018||Delta Conveyance Finance Authority||California||The California WaterFix project will modernize the existing conveyance system to move water through two roughly 30-mile tunnels to the existing Banks Pumping Plant and the Jones Pumping Plant.|
|2018||City of Stockton||California||The Regional Wastewater Control Facility Modifications Project will construct new aeration basins and associated secondary clarifiers to be in compliance with effluent limits for nitrogen compounds and rehabilitate other components of the system.|
|2018||Padre Dam Municipal Water District||California||The East County Advanced Water Purification Program will upgrade and expand the existing water recycling facility and conveyance systems in order to implement potable reuse by providing treated water to Lake Jennings for use by San Diego Water Authority.|
|2018||Silicon Valley Clean Water||California||The Regional Environmental Sewer Conveyance Upgrade Program will consist of a combination of rehabilitating, repurposing, and decommissioning existing conveyance system assets and constructing replacement assets to address the imminent failure of the community’s wastewater systems.|
|2018||Poseidon Resources - Carlsbad||California||The Carlsbad Intake Project will rehabilitate the existing Carlsbad Desalination Plant to reconfigure the existing intake and discharge facilities, address compliance with the May 2015 amendment to the Water Quality Control Plan, Ocean Waters of California, and provide for an up to 10 percent increase in production capacity.|
|2018||San Juan Water District||California||The Hinkle and Kokila Reservoir Rehabilitation and Replacement project at two existing potable drinking water storage reservoirs will include rehabilitation of the inlet and outlet structures for the Hinkle Reservoir, replacement of approximately 11 acres of Hypalon liner and cover, and replacement of the Hypalon lined and covered Kokila Reservoir with a pre-stressed concrete fixed-wall and roof type tank.|
|2018||Friant Water Authority||California||The Friant-Kern Canal Capacity Correction Program will include repair projects to address capacity reductions in three sections of the canal.|
|2018||Yuima Municipal Water District||California||The Northern Route Pipeline Project is a 75 cubic feet per second water transmission line to provide treated water from Metropolitan Water District of Southern California to Indian Bands and the Yuima Municipal Water District.|
|2018||Town of Larkspur, Colorado Public Works||Colorado||The project will complete the planning and engineering design for the Larkspur Wastewater Treatment Facility, a mechanical wastewater treatment facility to replace the existing, aging lagoon system.|
|2018||District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority||District of Columbia||The Comprehensive Infrastructure Repair, Rehabilitation and Replacement Program will rehabilitate, upgrade, and replace aging water and wastewater infrastructure throughout the system.|
|2018||North Miami Beach Water||Florida||The North Miami Beach Water Regional Potable Water Improvements will include a 4-phased expansion and rehabilitation of the aged Norwood Water Treatment Plant and its distribution and water supply facilities to meet current and future demands.|
|2018||Tohopekaliga Water Authority||Florida||The Accelerated Gravity Sewer Assessment and Rehabilitation project will rehabilitate 65 high priority wastewater pumping station basins including over 900,000 feet of gravity mains.|
|2018||Florida Keys Aqueduct Authority||Florida||The Florida Keys Imperiled Water Supply Rehabilitation project will include replacement of the existing, failing seawater Reverse Osmosis Facility, approximately 12 miles of piping, and a water distribution pump station.|
|2018||Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Department||Florida||The Wastewater Treatment Plant Electrical Distribution Building Upgrade will design and construct five new electrical distribution buildings across Miami Dade County's three wastewater treatment plants.|
|2018||Pinellas County Utilities||Florida||The Water Reclamation Facility Improvements Project will include installation of a cloth media filter system, new disinfection system, and other structural modifications at the William E. Dunn Water Reclamation Facility and improvement of the grit removal system at the South Cross Bayou Water Reclamation Facility.|
|2018||Pasco County Board of County Commissioners||Florida||The Southeast Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvements and Expansion Project will upgrade the level of treatment and increase the capacity from 3 million gallon per day (mgd) to 6 mgd to handle current and future flows and treat to current limitations for ammonia and anticipated future limitations for nutrients.|
|2018||City of Atlanta - North Fork||Georgia||The North Fork Peachtree Creek Tank and Pump Station Project will construct an off-line temporary 15 million gallon capacity storage tank for peak wet weather sewage flow from the Peachtree Creek North Fork trunk sewer.|
|2018||City of Atlanta - Downtown||Georgia||The Water Distribution System Infrastructure Resiliency Program will include nine projects to improve the reliability and resiliency of the water distribution system in critical service areas.|
|2018||DeKalb County Watershed Management||Georgia||The Priority Areas Sewer Assessment and Rehabilitation Program Consent Decree Packages will rehabilitate and repair an aging wastewater collection and treatment system to comply with its December 2011 Sanitary Sewer Overflow Consent Decree.|
|2018||Green Energy and Development||Georgia||The Green Acres ATL Energy Park project will include the construction of processing facilities for wastewater and solid waste and a pyrolosis facility to turn plastic waste into diesel fuel, greenhouse facilities, and fish production facilities.|
|2018||Guam Waterworks Authority||Guam||The Sewer Pump Station Rehabilitation/Replacement Project will rehabilitate 78 wastewater pump stations and replace 5 force mains island-wide to address capacity limitations, improve station reliability, and enhance performance and asset life.|
|2018||Cat Creek Energy, LLC||Idaho||The Cat Creek Energy & Water Storage Station Project is a 720 megawatt nameplate Pumped Storage Hydroelectric facility with a 100,000 acre-feet water reservoir of which 80,000 is dedicated for water beneficial uses other than power production.|
|2018||City of Wichita||Kansas||The Northwest Water Treatment Facility will provide 120 million gallons per day (mgd) of firm capacity and replace the existing, aging Main Water Treatment Plant.|
|2018||City of Frontenac||Kansas||The proposed drinking water system project includes a new well, water treatment facility upgrades, water distribution system improvements, existing 75,000 gallon elevated water storage tank improvements, and a new 250,000 gallon elevated water storage tank.|
|2018||Louisville and Jefferson County Metropolitan Sewer District - Biosolids||Kentucky||The Morris Forman Biosolids Processing Solution project will consist of new construction and replacement/refurbishment of existing equipment to provide sustainable Class A biosolids, allow for energy recovery and production for on-site use, and reduce the amount of dewatered solids sent to landfill.|
|2018||Louisville and Jefferson County Metropolitan Sewer District - Upper Middle Fork||Kentucky||The Upper Middle Fork Pump Station project includes replacement of the existing Upper Middle Fork Pump Station with a new efficient 30 million gallons per day (mgd) Pump Station, installation of a relief interceptor to convey flows in excess of the current interceptor capacity, installation of a diversion gate, and extension of a 30-inch force main from the pump station site to the Hikes Lane Interceptor.|
|2018||Louisville and Jefferson County Metropolitan Sewer District - Ohio River||Kentucky||The project will evaluate and expand the existing Western Parkway Flood Protection System to accommodate an increased total pumping capacity of 1,600 million gallons per day (mgd)(estimated) to meet a 10-percent annual chance of exceedance, 24-hour storm based on a projections to the year 2035.|
|2018||Union-Lincoln Regional Water Supply Initiative||Louisiana||The Union‐Lincoln Water Supply Initiative Segment 1 Project will consist of a surface water supply system that will withdraw and treat water from Lake D’Arbonne in Union Parish, Louisiana and pump it to the Town of Farmerville in Lincoln Parish.|
|2018||Baltimore City Department of Public Works||Maryland||Baltimore City’s 3R Comprehensive Infrastructure Program addresses the repair, rehabilitation, replacement, and upgrade of the drinking water treatment and distribution systems, wastewater collection and treatment systems, and stormwater management systems throughout the City of Baltimore.|
|2018||City of Brooklyn Park||Minnesota||The Trunk Watermain Replacement project will include the replacement of approximately 12,500 linear feet of water main, varying in diameter from 6 inches to 30 inches.|
|2018||DeSoto County Regional Utility Authority||Mississippi||DeSoto County Regional Utility Authority will construct the new Coldwater Wastewater Treatment Facility and associated conveyance system, install a new interceptor, and expand the Short Fork Wastewater Treatment Facility to 8 million gallons per day (mgd) with solids handling equipment to produce Class A biosolids.|
|2018||Jackson County Utility Authority||Mississippi||The project will build a new 20 to 30 million gallons per day (mgd) water treatment and reclamation facility to collect, treat, and reuse water treated wastewater effluent for industrial use.|
|2018||Kansas City Missouri Water Services Department||Missouri||The Blue River Wastewater Treatment Plant Biosolids Facility Project will improve the existing solids management processes to meet anticipated solids capacity, reliability, and regulatory requirements through 2035.|
|2018||American Water Capital Corp (AWCC) - St Louis||Missouri||The St. Louis Area Water Main Replacement and Lead Abatement Program will include the replacement of approximately 100 miles of main and lead service lines along those mains.|
|2018||American Water Capital Corp (AWCC) - Joplin||Missouri||The Joplin Water Supply Reservoir project will construct a new dam, 1,000 to 1,500 acre water supply reservoir, and pumping facilities to provide a reliable water supply source for the Joplin area.|
|2018||Chippewa Cree Tribe||Montana||The Rocky Boy’s/North Central Montana Regional Water System Project will develop a regional water system in north central Montana by constructing an intake structure, water treatment plant, transmission pipeline, and distribution system to serve the Rocky Boy's Reservation and adjacent communities.|
|2018||Washoe County||Nevada||The South Truckee Meadows Water Reclamation Facility Water Quality Project will rehabilitate, upgrade and expand the existing facility to increase its capacity to 6.0 million gallons per day (mgd), improve effluent water quality to meet limits, enhance operating reliability, redundancy, and safety, and prepare for future upgrades.|
|2018||City of Cortland||New York||The Clinton Avenue Gateway project will replace aged water, sanitary sewer, and storm drainage, including water main, services, hydrants and valves.|
|2018||Monroe County||New York||The Frank E. Van Lare Secondary Treatment Upgrades project will improve secondary system treatment performance by implementing miscellaneous plant infrastructure improvements that will facilitate the Rapid Response Plan, improvements to the aeration system, and improvements to the secondary clarifiers.|
|2018||Brunswick County||North Carolina||The Brunswick County’s Northwest Water Treatment Plant will add advanced treatment processes that can reliably remove harmful contaminants and expand the production capacity from 24 million gallons per day (mgd) to 36 mgd to keep up with growth in Brunswick County.|
|2018||Locust Grove Public Works Authority||Oklahoma||The new 1.0 million gallons per day (mgd) water treatment plant will replace the 50-year-old existing 0.5 mgd plant in order to provide reliable safe drinking water for the Town of Locust Grove, a small community.|
|2018||Enid Municipal Authority||Oklahoma||The Kaw Lake Alternative Water Supply Project consists of four infrastructure construction projects: a micro-tunnel intake to withdrawal water from Kaw Lake, 70 miles of raw water conveyance pipeline, a new 10.5 million gallons per day (mgd) water treatment plant, and distribution system improvements.|
|2018||City of Hillsboro and Tualatin Valley Water District||Oregon||Phase 1 of the Willamette Water Supply Program will provide 60 million gallons per day (mgd) of resilient drinking water to the City of Hillsboro and Tualatin Valley Water District.|
|2018||City of Portland||Oregon||The Bull Run Filtration project will include the planning, design, and construction of a new approximately 160 million gallons per day (mgd) drinking water treatment facility to comply with Long Term 2 Enhanced Surface Water Treatment Rule requirements.|
|2018||City of Lancaster||Pennsylvania||The Sewer System Improvements program will include replacement and rehabilitation of sewers, upgrades to three pumping stations, study and implementation of groundwater injection program, and stream daylighting.|
|2018||Narragansett Bay Commission||Rhode Island||The Combined Sewer Overflow Phase III Facilities project will design and construct a storage tunnel and associated infrastructure to provide a storage volume of 58.6 million gallons.|
|2018||Columbia Power & Water Systems||Tennessee||The Long Term Water Supply Program will increase water supply and treatment capacity for the region and includes: a new 24 million gallon per day (mgd) river intake, modifications to the existing intake and raw water pump station, a new 8 mgd West Water Treatment Plant, a raw water transmission system, and a finished water transmission system.|
|2018||City of Memphis||Tennessee||The T.E. Maxson Wastewater Treatment Facility Process and Biosolids Upgrades Program will include projects to subdivide an existing lagoon, construct a new administration building, renovate an existing lagoon, and replace belt filter presses and primary clarifiers.|
|2018||Seattle Public Utilities||Washington||The Ship Canal Water Quality Project will build an offline storage tunnel to reduce the number and volume of Combined Sewer Overflows that discharge into the Lake Washington Ship Canal from Ballard, Fremont, Wallingford, and north Queen Anne.|
|2018||City of Waukesha Water Utility||Wisconsin||The Great Lakes Water Supply Project will include the infrastructure needed to transition from the city's contaminated groundwater water supply to Lake Michigan water and then return it to Lake Michigan after use and high levels of wastewater treatment.|
|2017||Grand Prairie Farming and Water Company, LLC||Arkansas||Creation of a sustainable delivery system for surface water to enable mitigation of groundwater wells through the use of credits sold to farmers. Each credit provides farmers with access to surface water while restricting the use of groundwater.|
|2017||City of Tucson||Arizona||Upgrades and improvements to the Santa Cruz Wellfield including rehabilitation of abandoned wells and existing pipelines.|
|2017||State of California||California||Construction of the water infrastructure necessary to create approximately 29,800 acres of habitat and air quality projects as the Salton Sea recedes over the next decade.|
|2017||Las Virgenes - Triunfo Joint Powers Authority||California||Construction of a new Advanced Water Treatment facility that will further treat the excess recycled water from the existing Tapia Water Reclamation Facility and discharge it to the existing Las Virgenes Potable Water Reservoir for indirect potable reuse utilizing surface water augmentation.|
|2017||Inland Empire Utilities Agency||California||A bundled set of projects that includes the upgrade and expansion of Regional Water Recycling Plant #1, expansion of treatment capacity of Regional Water Recycling Plant #5, and relocation of Regional Solids Treatment Plant #2 to Recycling Plant #5 to move the facility out of a floodplain.|
|2017||South Coast Water District||California||Construction of a new desalination plant to produce approximately 5 to 15 millions of gallons per day of potable drinking water.|
|2017||Orange County Water District||California||Expansion of the existing water recycling plant from 100 millions of gallons per day to 130 millions of gallons per day by using treated wastewater from the Orange County Sanitation District Plant #2.|
|2017||Poseidon Resources (Surfside) LLC||California||Construction of a new approximately 50 million gallons per day reverse osmosis seawater desalination facility as well as a product water storage tank, onsite water conveyance structures and pipelines and other associated development.|
|2017||City of Los Angeles - Bureau of Sanitation||California||Rehabilitation of an existing water reclamation plant to increase the level of treatment and provide up to 30,000 acre-feet per year of potable recycled water to replenish San Fernando Ground Water Basin.|
|2017||City of Morro Bay||California||Replacement of the 62-year-old Morro Bay-Cayucos Wastewater Treatment Plant with a new water reclamation facility.|
|2017||DeepWater Desal, LLC||California||Construction of a new seawater reverse osmosis desalination facility, to produce up to 25,000 acre-feet of high quality potable water annually from approximately 55,000 acre-feet per year of seawater.|
|2017||Silicon Valley Clean Water (SVCW)||California||Replacement of major infrastructure that conveys untreated wastewater to the treatment plant, includes a 3.5-mile gravity pipeline, civil site improvements, four pump stations, a headworks, and an influent connector pipeline to existing primary sedimentation tanks.|
|2017||City of San Diego||California||Construction of Phase 1-North City of San Diego's multi-year Pure Water program to achieve 30 millions of gallons per day of purified water production by 2021.|
|2017||Public Utilities Commission of the City and County of San Francisco, Wastewater Enterprise (SFPUC WWE)||California||Replacement of the outdated existing 60-year old solids treatment facilities with infrastructure that produces higher-quality Class A biosolids, captures and treats odors more effectively, and maximizes biogas utilization and energy recovery.|
|2017||City of San Jacinto||California||Widen a five-mile segment of the San Jacinto River from 300 feet to over 1200 feet by converting 448 acres of farmland and dairy lands to natural uses to establish about 300 acres of additional active riverine and riparian habitat for common and sensitive species.|
|2017||San Mateo – Foster City Public Financing Authority||California||Construction of pipeline improvements, pump station upgrades, and an in-system storage facility to improve aging wastewater collection and treatment system and reduce sanitary sewer overflow occurrences to within regulatory requirements.|
|2017||Soquel Creek Water District||California||Construction of a new groundwater replenishment project that uses advanced water purification methods to purify recycled water and convey it to recharge wells to replenish the groundwater basin and protect against seawater intrusion.|
|2017||The City of South San Francisco||California||Replacement and rehabilitation of existing infrastructure to increase the peak secondary treatment capacity at the water quality control plant by 10 millions of gallons per day. Replacement and rehabilitation of digesters to improve water quality control plant reliability.|
|2017||County Sanitation District No. 2 of Los Angeles County (Joint Outfall Districts)1||California||Design and installation of a biogas conditioning plant to upgrade up to 400 standard cubic feet per minute of digester gas from anaerobic co-digestion of biosolids with the addition of food waste. Construction of a 6.9-mile long tunnel to convey effluent from the Joint Water Pollution Control Plant (JWPCP) in Carson to its ocean outfalls at White Point in San Pedro. Rehabilitation of the joint outfall relief sewer and trunk sewer.|
|2017||Town of Eagle||Colorado||Construction of the first phase (2.5 millions of gallons per day) of a new 5 millions of gallons per day surface water treatment plant for the Town of Eagle’s public water system.|
|2017||Osceola County Board of Commissioners||Florida||Construction of an approximately 150-acre regional stormwater facility to provide water quality treatment to reduce pollutant loading into Lake Tohopekaliga and southern ecosystems, including the Everglades.|
|2017||Pasco County Board of County Commissioners||Florida||Rehabilitation and expansion of the Wesley Center Wastewater Treatment Plant including assessment, planning (20-year period), design, and construction phase services.|
|2017||Miami-Dade County||Florida||Construction of new wells at three wastewater treatment plants to allow for redirecting existing effluent discharges from the ocean outfalls to injection wells.|
|2017||City of Atlanta||Georgia||A bundled set of projects to improve resilency and address significant damages to the City's wastewater facilities.|
|2017||Morton Grove Niles Water Commission||Illinois||Construction of roughly 7.4 miles of water main to deliver water from Evanston, Illinois including transmission mains, two pump stations, and a standpipe.|
|2017||Indiana Finance Authority||Indiana||Expand the reach of its Clean Water and Drinking Water State Revolving Fund programs and fund dozens of additional projects in communities across the state.|
|2017||City of Wichita, Kansas||Kansas||A bundled set of projects for the city’s water and wastewater infrastructure including the construction of a new 120 millions of gallons per day water treatment plant to provide redundancy and upgrades at three wastewater treatment plants to meet biological nutrient removal requirements.|
|2017||City of Holyoke, MA||Massachusetts||Construction of an anaerobic digester with a biogas cogeneration engine for city/regional sludge disposal and to act as a commercial food waste disposal facility. Separation of combined sewers.|
|2017||Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW)||Maryland||A bundled set of projects to repair, rehabilitate, replace, and upgrade the overall water system. Encompasses wastewater collection and treatment, water treatment and distribution, and stormwater management throughout the City of Baltimore.|
|2017||Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission||Maryland||A program, including inspection, evaluation, planning, design and construction, required for the rehabilitation of sewer mains, their associated manholes, and related infrastructure in environmentally sensitive areas.|
|2017||Maine Water Company||Maine||Construction of a new 20 millions of gallons per day water treatment facility to replace the existing facility that has been providing service to the communities of Biddeford, Saco, Old Orchard Beach, and Scarborough, Maine since 1884.|
|2017||Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District2||Missouri||Construction of a pump station at the downstream end of a sanitary sewage storage tunnel and approximately 15,900 feet of 8-inch to 54-inch sanitary sewer and slip-line 1,700 feet of sanitary sewer and appurtenances to address sanitary sewer overflows.|
|2017||West Rankin Utility Authority||Mississippi||Design and construct a new wastewater treatment facility with the capacity to biologically treat up to 20 millions of gallons per day of wastewater. The facility will use an activated sludge process with biological nutrient removal capabilities.|
|2017||City of Omaha||Nebraska||Construction of a new retention treatment basin to address combined sewer overflows in the Saddle Creek Basin.|
|2017||Lehigh County Authority||Pennsylvania||A bundled set of projects to repair and upgrade the existing facilities, pump stations, force mains, and interceptors, as well as construct new parallel interceptors to address sanitary sewer overflows per Administrative Order.|
|2017||City of Memphis, Tennessee||Tennessee||Facility-wide program to expand the biological treatment capacity of the facility, add wastewater effluent disinfection to comply with the upcoming NPDES permit, address plant odor concerns, and provide additional biosolids lagoon capacity up to 90 millions of gallons per day.|
|2017||City of Oak Ridge, Tennessee||Tennessee||Design and construction of a new 16 millions of gallons per day membrane treatment plant and associated assets to replace the existing 80-year old conventional treatment plant, which is currently at capacity and beyond its useful life.|
|2017||King County||Washington||Construction of a new Wet Weather Treatment Station, conveyance pipelines, and outfall structure to treat combined sewer overflows prior to discharge into the Lower Duwamish Waterway.|
|2017||City of Milwaukee||Wisconsin||A program of priority wastewater and stormwater projects to replace or rehabilitate the existing infrastructure in the City of Milwaukee.|
1County Sanitation District No. 2 of Los Angeles County (Joint Outfall Districts) submitted three separate letters of interest.
2Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District submitted two separate letters of interest.