Deadline extended for design of Port Hadlock sewer system 

Posted 11/24/21

Jefferson County has approved an extension to the completion date for the design contract with Tetra Tech, Inc. for creating the final design, specifications, and cost estimates for the proposed Port …

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Deadline extended for design of Port Hadlock sewer system 

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Jefferson County has approved an extension to the completion date for the design contract with Tetra Tech, Inc. for creating the final design, specifications, and cost estimates for the proposed Port Hadlock sewer treatment facility and sewer collection system.

County commissioners approved the contract amendment at their meeting Monday.

Design work for the sewer treatment system is approximately 60 percent complete, according to the county.

The treatment facility will serve Port Hadlock’s “core area,” and will rely on small, pre-packaged membrane bioreactor equipment as well as a pressurized wastewater collection system. The final design is expected to be finished by next summer, with approval of the design by the state Department of Ecology in September.

The contract with Tetra Tech was approved by the county in April 2020.

The design work will cost $1.4 million, with most of the effort paid for by funding previously approved by the Washington State Legislature.

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  • rkhefley@olypen.com

    This has been "in the works" for the entire 25 years I have lived here.

    At 60% complete, I guess the design will be ready in, what, 15 years?

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