$3B Pittsburgh sewer overhaul gets under way

07/7/2008 | American City Business Journals

As Allegheny County, Pa., begins a decades-long, $3 billion sewer system overhaul, local civil engineers worry that contracts awarded to national engineering firms could siphon off business and increase competition for talent. The county is under a 2026 deadline, set by the EPA, to fix the 312 overflows where raw sewage is dumped into rivers and streams.

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