KITTERY, Maine — Kleinfelder — a global architecture, engineering and science consulting firm — has been appointed by the Town Council of Kittery, Maine to design and oversee construction of a $12 million wastewater infrastructure improvements and sewer system expansion project.
The contract award follows Kleinfelder’s completion of a Wastewater Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) for the Town, which included 20 distinct improvements to the Wastewater Treatment Facility (WWTF) and pumping stations as well as the expansion of the sewer network to include three new pumping stations and nearly four miles of new sewers.
“We are delighted to have been selected for the project and look forward to continuing our successful relationship with the Town of Kittery,” said Mark Thompson, a senior project manager at Kleinfelder.
Kleinfelder has been the Town’s wastewater consultant since the early 1970s. Over the past 40 years, the company has completed numerous sewer extensions, rehabilitations, pump station upgrades, and GIS projects, including a design to upgrade and expand the Town’s WWTF to 2.4 million gallons per day. This project, completed in the late 1990s, won the engineering excellence award from the American Council of Engineering Companies of Maine (ACEC/ME).
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Kleinfelder is an employee-owned architecture, engineering, and science consulting firm providing solutions to meet our world’s complex infrastructure and natural resource challenges. A global firm with nearly 2,000 employee-owners, Kleinfelder provides planning, engineering, scientific, technical and management solutions. With 50 years of experience, Kleinfelder’s reputation of providing innovative, commonsense solutions to the most complex challenges has solidified its status as a trusted partner to its clients and a leader in the industry. Working as a team, our bright people will deliver the right solutions.