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May 7, 2012
Genivar awarded Charlottetown sewer separation contract
The Charlottetown office GENIVAR Inc. has been awarded the Consulting Engineering Services portion of the Spring Park Combined Sewer Separation Project.
The Spring Park Combined Sewer Separation Project is a major initiative of the City, in their continuing efforts to resolve the operational and environmental issues associated with combined sewer overflows. The estimated cost of this project is $18 million.
“We’re very excited to get started on this important project that will update our city’s sewer system and improve water quality in Charlottetown Harbour,” said city councillor Edward Rice, Chair of the Water & Sewer Committee.
The overall Spring Park Project has been divided into four phases to be completed over three years.
On April 16, the site surveying of the first phase was initiated, with the design portion to quickly follow.
It is expected that construction for the first phase will begin by July of this year.
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