PORTLAND, Maine – March 20, 2007 – Woodard & Curran recently won an Operations & Management contract from the Boston Water and Sewer Commission (BWSC)/Massachusetts Water Resources Authority (MWRA) and renewed its contract with the Town of Greenville, New Hampshire.
The BWSC and MWRA selected Woodard & Curran to serve as the operator of their new stormwater treatment facility and the upgraded Union Park Pumping Station for the next three years. A client since 2000, the BWSC provides water, wastewater, and storm drainage services throughout Boston, while the MWRA provides wholesale water and sewer services to 61 metropolitan Boston communities. Woodard & Curran is responsible for the day-to-day operations and management, including the provision of trained staff 24 hours a day, implementation of a state-of-the-art predictive maintenance management program, administration and implementation of minor capital repair and replacement projects, 9 unmanned pump stations, and emergency response during storm events.
The Town of Greenville, New Hampshire hired Woodard & Curran in 2001 to provide contract operations of its water and wastewater treatment systems. After six years of successful operations, the Town recently renewed the contract for another five years. Woodard & Curran is responsible for the operations and maintenance of the 0.425-million-gallons-per-day (MGD) water treatment plant, distribution system, 2 storage tanks with a capacity of 750,000 gallons, and biannual meter reading, as well as the 0.233-MGD wastewater treatment facility and 7.5-mile-long collection system.
Woodard & Curran is a 500-person, integrated engineering, science, and operations company. Privately held and steadily growing, the firm serves public and private clients locally and nationwide.