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Fayetteville upgrades water pollution control plant

Architectural and engineering firm Goodwyn, Mills & Cawood was selected to design the upgraded facilities, and construction company Reeves Young was selected to build it. “We at GMC were very excited to be selected to work on this project, and have greatly enjoyed working with Fayetteville staff to develop a design that will not only allow the City to treat wastewater in a more efficient way, but also allow the plant to easily treat additional waste as the city continues to grow,” said Andy Pippin with Goodwyn, Mills and Cawood.

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