$1.1 Billion Is Apparent Bid For New York City Plant

November 2006
ENR: Engineering News-Record;11/13/2006, Vol. 257 Issue 19, p17
Trade Publication
This article states that the epic of New York City's first drinking-water treatment plant will climax any day now with the award of the contract for construction of the Croton Water Treatment Plant. Only two bids were submitted, but their size was commensurate with the scale of the city's 14-year struggle to comply with state and federal water regulations for water from the densely populated 400-sq-mile Croton Watershed.


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