Sycamore considers 2nd phase of sewer plant upgrades
SYCAMORE – The Sycamore City Council could take the next step in a $10 million improvement project for the city’s waste water treatment facility at its meeting today.
The council will consider a $1.1 million contract with McMahon Associates to manage the design and construction services for the second part of a three-phase process to upgrade the city’s water capacity from 2.9 million gallons a day to 4.9 million gallons a day.
McMahon Associates has been involved with the project since it started in May 2005 and has helped guide the city through the first phase of the renovations to improve the sludge-handling process at the water treatment facility. That work finished in 2011.
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