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Annapolis starts water project

Annapolis broke ground Monday on its new $35 million water treatment plant project, the largest construction project in the city’s history, updating aging infrastructure with a new state-of-the-art facility. “I am so impressed with this facility and applaud the fact it showcases environmental efficiencies, increased cost savings, and improved reliability,” Mayor Michael Pantelides said in a news release. In March 2013, the city awarded a contract for the design and construction of a new water treatment plant to CDM Smith/Haskell, a Joint Venture Design Builder, to be located adjacent to the existing plant.

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