The construction of the Emerald Coast Utilities Authority (ECUA) Central Water Reclamation Facility (CWRF) required the installation of over 37 kilometers (23 miles) of sewage transmission mains up to 1372–mm (54–inch) in diameter to divert flow from the existing Main Street
Wastewater Treatment Plant (MSWWTP) to the new CWRF. The transmission main route, beginning in downtown Pensacola, included sections within small, urban streets, existing power company electric transmission line easements and easements across previously undisturbed areas. The route also included
numerous crossings of major county, state and inter-state highways and railroads as well as wetland areas. Some of the unique aspect of the planning, design and construction of this project are presented
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