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Southland wins $202 million Bull Run Filtration Facility project in Oregon

  • Southland wins $202 million Bull Run Filtration Facility project in Oregon
    Credit: Pablo González-Cebrián/SWM

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Southland announced that a subsidiary in its Civil segment, Oscar Renda Contracting, has been awarded a contract to construct the Bull Run Filtration Facility Project in Portland, Oregon.

The scope of work for this project includes installing inlet structures, an ozone contact basin, injection and flash mix, flocculation and sedimentation basins, precast structures, and approximately 37,000 linear feet of piping. The new water filtration treatment plant is expected to assist in providing nearly one million residents in Multnomah, Clackamas, and Washington counties with safe drinking water. This project will be included in second quarter 2024 backlog.

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