PCL Construction Helping Improve Water and Wastewater Infrastructure from Coast to Coast

Since January, PCL’s Water Infrastructure Group has been awarded projects totaling more than $445 million.

From San Luis Obispo, California to Miami, Florida, PCL is repairing, replacing and constructing water and wastewater infrastructure. Since January, PCL’s Water Infrastructure Group has been awarded nine projects ranging in size from minor repairs to new plants, totaling more than $445 million, including the $110 million San Luis Obispo Water Resource Recovery Facility.

“Having the opportunity to enhance the country’s water supply is a privilege for PCL,” said Vice President and District Manager, Mike Mckinney.

“And, so is working in so many geographic areas of the U.S. PCL currently has water and wastewater projects in five states which is a testament to the company’s commitment of addressing North America’s growing water needs.”

PCL has been constructing water and wastewater treatment plant facilities, pipelines and other water infrastructure projects for the last three decades and has helped make more than 20 billion gallons of treated water, per day, available to local communities. PCL has delivered numerous complex public works projects and possess the ingenuity and experience required to undertake any civil structure imaginable.

PCL is a group of independent construction companies that carries out work across the United States, Canada, the Caribbean and in Australia. These diverse operations in the civil infrastructure, heavy industrial, and buildings markets are supported by a strategic presence in 31 major centers. Together, these companies have an annual construction volume of $7 billion, making PCL one of the largest contracting organizations in North America.