Clean Water Services Operations Center celebrates Earth Day
Public invited to Open House for new Clean Water Services Operations Building April 22
The public is invited to celebrate Earth Day with the dedication of the new City of Springfield Environmental Services Clean Water Services Operations Building 10-Noon on Friday, April 22 at 755 N. Franklin Avenue. Following a ribbon-cutting ceremony, there will be refreshments, facility tours and demonstrations.
This 12,079-square-foot building is built to LEED specifications and is the new home of the City of Springfield Environmental Services, Clean Water Services Division programs including Industrial Pretreatment, Fats Oils and Grease (FOG), and Private Sewer Repair. It also provides new offices and bathroom amenities for the City’s Franklin Avenue Recycling Center.
Construction costs totaled $2,756,585. The project was funded through the Clean Water Services Enterprise Fund. The general contractor for the project was Branco Enterprises, Inc., with Sapp Design Associates Architects; Colvin Jones Davis LLC; J&M Engineering and Olsson Associates.