As Phase 1A of Heber City’s water and sewer replacement project approaches completion, BHI is thrilled to announce it has been awarded the contract for Phase 1B. Continuing the company’s robust growth in the government sector, this latest undertaking will strengthen BHI’s position as a leader in utility infrastructure projects.
The scope of work throughout all phases remains unchanged, focusing on replacing Heber City’s existing culinary water and sanitary sewer system infrastructure, while constructing a new pressurized irrigation system. In total the project is anticipated to include the installation of approximately 150,000 feet of mainline piping and roughly 2,000 new service connections. The project also encompasses the replacement of nearly 13 miles of asphalt in all roadways and the construction of a new walking trail for the community’s enjoyment.
Branson Yantes, Vice President for the Civil and Excavation division, expressed his enthusiasm for the next phase of the project, stating, “We are eager to build on the success of Phase 1A and continue our collaboration with Heber City. This project provides us the opportunity to positively impact the community’s infrastructure and establish lasting relationships with the residents for years to come.”
BHI has extensive experience in utilities installation and ensuring that projects meet and exceed the expectations of their clients and surrounding communities, while maintaining an outstanding safety record. As a company known for providing a genuinely superior experience in every interaction, BHI is looking forward to the next step in Heber City’s water and sewer replacement project.