Ohio Picks Arcadis to Design a New Water Treatment Plant
Over the years, Arcadis has established a good working relationship with Lancaster by offering useful input and quality work anytime a need occurs, regardless of size or reach.
FREMONT, CA: The City of Lancaster, Ohio, has chosen Arcadis to build its current 6 million gallons of water treatment per day. The plant will replace two water stations in one of the cities to improve local utilities, expand capacity, and enhance its resilient future.
“We have a long-standing relationship with Lancaster,” said Chad Dunn, Project Manager, Arcadis. “We are thrilled that our partnership with the city now includes designing an up-to-date water treatment plant to handle the demand and resource challenges of the 21st century and ensure a fit-for-future Lancaster.”
This new initiative in Lancaster is only one indication of the teams’ dedication to offer meaningful customer service consistently. Over the years, Arcadis has established a good working relationship with Lancaster by offering useful input and quality work anytime a need occurs, regardless of size or reach.
The highest goal of Arcadis would be to consider the interests of the Lancaster’s 40,000 people in the program. The organization will assess the proposed groundwater treatment facility's location, design the plant itself, and help manage the buildings’ maintenance and programming.
“Water and wastewater are central to the world’s most pressing conservation challenges. We are delighted to help Lancaster ensure a sustainable water supply for the community,” said John McCarthy, President, Arcadis water business in North America.
The original facility to be replaced by Arcadis was built in the early 20th century, a testament to the existence of deteriorating buildings across the United States. After decades of refurbishing and constructing wastewater treatment plants in Lancaster, Arcadis’Arcadis’s first water treatment project is located.
“Arcadis has provided the utmost service and expertise on a wide variety of projects with the City of Lancaster over the last 30 years,” said Steven Wellstead, Project Manager, P.E. The city is excited to embark on this project, and we have all the confidence that our partnership with Arcadis will result in yet another successful project that meets both the short- and long-term needs of the community.”
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