Friday, September 19, 2014

Boston Sewer Separation Project Update

New 16" gate valve installation at A St. &West Second St.
The Boston Water and Sewer Commission’s (BWSC) South Boston Sewer Separation Project is a federal court-ordered, six-year project is to reduce sewage discharges to Fort Point Channel and Boston Harbor. This project will improve BWSC’s infrastructure by installing new storm drains, sanitary sewers and water mains.

Completed Work as of August 2014
Replacement of 12" DI water main on A St. is complete. Installation of 15" and 12" RCP drains on West Second St. from A St. to Haul Rd. is also complete. Also installed is a new 16-inch gate valve at the intersection of West Second Street and A Street.

Ongoing and Upcoming Work
Water main installation continues on West Second St. from A St. to Dorchester Ave. Sewer replacement work is upcoming on West Second St. between Dorchester Ave. and Athens St.

For any questions, concerns, or special needs regarding this work, please contact CDM Smith’s Project Manager, Myles Johnson, in the project field office at 617-427-0490. If you would like more information about BWSC and its programs, or the South Boston Sewer Separation Project, please visit Boston Water and Sewer Commission. .

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