The City of Miramar is making the appropriate measures to ensure that It’s Right Here in Miramar! © At the November 23rd Miramar Commission meeting, the Board approved moving forward with renovations of the City’s East Water Treatment Plant located at 2600 SW 66th Terrace.
Wharton-Smith, Inc. will provide Design-Build services to the project that include engineering evaluation, design, permitting, construction, project management, coordination, start-up, and all other work necessary for project completion in full conformance with applicable law, rules, regulations and permitting requirements. The Design-Build process will take up to twelve months with renovations complete within two years. The project is funded through a State of Florida Revolving Construction Loan. Upon start construction, the City will have a clear strategy to accomplish the renovation without interrupting service to residents or businesses.
The City of Miramar owns and operates the East Water Treatment Plant (“EWTP”). It was originally built in the 1950s and has undergone a series of renovations in recent years. It provides potable water treatment at a rated 6.0 million gallons per day (MGD) capacity. “6 million MGD capacity is significant to the City. It prepares Miramar with the ability to account for redundancies in operations; as well as be ready for all opportunities or ideas that advance on redevelopment and or growth from the developer community, “stated Utilities Director, Hung Guo.
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