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North Conway, NH – Dewatering and Septage Receiving Upgrade

Project Status:
Project Location:
North Conway, NH
General Bids Due:
Bid Opening Location:
01/11/2018 2:00 pm
North Conway Water Precinct 104 Sawmill Lane, North Conway, NH
Project Owner:
North Conway Water Precinct
Engineer's Estimate:

In general, the work involves replacing portions of the existing Dewatering and Septage Receiving
Systems including, but not limited to: demolition of one of the existing dewatering units and associated support systems; installation of two inclined screw presses, two emulsion polymer blending units, one shaftless screw conveyor, two dewatering sludge feed pumps, an odor control system, installation of a new septage receiving unit and appurtenances, installation of two new submersible mixers. Additional work includes modifications to existing building systems, electrical systems, and control systems to support new equipment. Refer to the plans and specifications for a
complete scope of Work.

Pre-Bid Conf. Date:
Pre-Bid Conf. Location:
12/5/2017 1:00 PM (not mandatory)
North Conway Water Precinct WWTP, 104 Sawmill Lane, North Conway, NH
Project Engineer:
WP Project Number:
Michael Curry
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