The 43 million dollar wastewater treatment facility project has been in the works for the last five years.
It will expand the facility to allow for business and residential growth.
Jim Wodridge is the project's manager.
"We're really cathcing up right now for the growth we saw in the early part of the last decade. This is catch up and to provide treatment for the next twenty years. There were smaller projects over the last decade in anticipation of this larger project."
The construction will increase our wastewater treatment capacity from 6 million gallons per day to nearly 12 million gallons a day.
Construction will start immediately and should wrap up in the fall of 2015.