Jul 29, 2014
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Water Main Work in Holly Ridge Subdivision

Gwinnett County commissioners recently approved a nearly $400,000 road and water project for an area of Lilburn.

Water Main Work in Holly Ridge Subdivision

From a Gwinnett County government press release:

Gwinnett County's Water Resources Department received approval by commissioners on Tuesday for projects in the Lilburn and Peachtree Corners areas.

One project will replace 3,500 feet of PVC water pipe with new 8-inch ductile iron pipe in the Holly Ridge subdivision in Lilburn. Reeves Contracting Company was the lowest of eight bidders at $393,040. The work will take about 180 days.

The second project will build storm drain facilities and restore 2,580 feet of stream on tributaries of the Chattahoochee River in the Peachtree Station subdivision in Peachtree Corners. The Dickerson Group had the lowest bid at $710,476.

The contract will be paid by the Water and Sewer Renewal and Extension Fund as part of the requirements of the federal permits for Gwinnett’s highly treated wastewater discharges. The contract allows 270 days to complete the work.

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