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Kennedy/Jenks Consultants received one for Phase II of upgrades to a wastewater treatment plant in The Dalles.
The different treatment options for Goshen initially would cost the county from about $12 million up to almost $44 million, Ron Walz, an engineer with the local firm Kennedy/Jenks Consultants, told commissioners.
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In a "good faith" effort to help mitigate the impacts to downstream properties, PWB retained Kennedy/Jenks Consultants to provide design services for reducing the impact to these downstream properties.
Such is the case With Kennedy/Jenks Consultants, an engineering consulting firm in San Francisco.
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"We've made every effort to improve the system," he said, adding that the company's owners hadn't known exactly what they needed to do so contacted Kennedy/Jenks Consultants, a firm that offers engineering and scientific solutions for water, environmental, energy and other issues.
About the author: Aaron Eder is a project manager and civil engineer for Kennedy/Jenks Consultants in Portland, OR, one of the West Coast's leading water and wastewater treatment and design firms.
* Small Projects: Kennedy/Jenks Consultants, San Francisco, for the Lake Bard Hypolimnion Oxygenation project in Thousand Oaks, Calif.
Phase two of the project, the collection system that will connect pipes from individual homes' and businesses' septic tanks to the main arteries put in in 2008, is now about 50 to 60 percent completed, said project engineer Ron Walz of Kennedy/Jenks Consultants of Eugene.