WWTF Rehab Project
Middle Fort Pond Brook WWTF Rehabilitation Acton, Massachusetts
MassWorks Project: Powder Mill Affordable Housing Infrastructure Improvements CWSRF # 6776
The Acton Middle Fort Pond Brook Wastewater Treatment Facility is undergoing process piping and equipment upgrades. Woodard & Curran, the Town’s engineering and operations consultant designed the replacement plan, which includes all the associated process piping, electrical work, control system upgrades, and site work.
R.H. White Construction Co., Inc. was awarded construction contract on August 18, 2022. Final completion of the Middle Fort Pond Brook Wastewater Treatment Facility is anticipated by January 5, 2024.
The project cost is $4,666,850. The local funding authorization for this project was received at the May 2021 Annual Town Meeting. Project is financed by Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) and the MassWorks Infrastructure Program.
The Massachusetts CWSRF Program is a federal-state partnership that provides low-cost financing to help community public water suppliers. The Massachusetts CWSRF Program is jointly administered through the Massachusetts Clean Water Trust by the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, the State Treasurer, and the Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs pursuant to M.G.L.c. 29C, § 2.
CWSRF programs operate around the country to provide states and communities the resources necessary to maintain and improve the infrastructure that protects our valuable water resources nationwide. More information about the CWSRF can be found on the EPA website or the MassDEP website.
MassWorks provides grants to communities to help them prepare for success and contribute to the long-term strength and sustainability of the Commonwealth. MassWorks is authorized under M.G.L.C.c 23A, § 63 and is administered by the Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development (EOHED). Learn more at the MassDEP website.