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San Bernardino Sun: Here's Who Will Design and Build the Sterling Water Treatment Plant in Highland
August 06, 2018
by Brian Whitehead
Construction specialists Balfour Beatty and Arcadis are teaming up with Ruhnau Clarke Architects to design and build the East Valley Water District’s new water treatment plant, the Sterling Natural Resource Center.
The $126 million recycling plant in Highland is expected to recharge the area’s groundwater basin with up to 10 million gallons of water daily and boost the region’s water independence in the event of another drought.
The center could open as early as 2021, officials have said.
By hiring Balfour Beatty as project manager, “we are confident that the SNRC is on track to becoming a world-class facility,” East Valley Water District Chairman Chris Carrillo said in a statement.
Arcadis will serve as design manager and engineer of record.
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