Denver Water reaches key milestone on North System Renewal Project

Denver Water, the provider of drinking water for 1.5 million people in central Colorado, recently achieved a key milestone on its $600 million North System Renewal Project. A critical component of the utility’s ongoing efforts to revamp its infrastructure and improve system reliability and sustainability, the project entails the design and construction of the new 75 mgd Northwater Treatment Plant, the installation of a new 8.5 mi long pipeline, and the redevelopment of its nearly 85-year-old Moffat Treatment Plant.

Begun in 2018, construction on the Northwater Treatment Plant is now 40% complete with the pipeline construction slated to wrap

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