Flatiron West has completed 85% of structural concrete work for the $262 million Georgetown Wet Weather Treatment Station, which will handle stormwater and excess sewage in King County, Wash. The station is designed to accommodate up to 2 feet of sea level rise and has a sustainable design that includes a green roof, cisterns and trees.
Stormwater project on track in Wash. county
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