The $114 million bid that Teichert won was for part of the EchoWater Project, what could be the largest public works project in Sacramento County’s history – a massive upgrade and expansion to its wastewater treatment facilities they say will cost between $1.5 billion and $2 billion. Pictured is an artist’s rendering of a new Biological Nutrient Removal facility, which will be built next to the existing treatment plant.
The $114 million bid that Teichert won was for part of the EchoWater Project, what could be the largest public works project in Sacramento County’s history – a massive upgrade and expansion to its wastewater treatment facilities they say will cost between $1.5 billion and $2 billion. Pictured is an artist’s rendering of a new Biological Nutrient Removal facility, which will be built next to the existing treatment plant. Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District
The $114 million bid that Teichert won was for part of the EchoWater Project, what could be the largest public works project in Sacramento County’s history – a massive upgrade and expansion to its wastewater treatment facilities they say will cost between $1.5 billion and $2 billion. Pictured is an artist’s rendering of a new Biological Nutrient Removal facility, which will be built next to the existing treatment plant. Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District

Regional sewer district approves Teichert contract $14 million beyond low bid

February 28, 2015 06:17 PM

UPDATED March 21, 2015 08:23 AM

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