The Westchester Water Works Conference (WWWC) has recognized the City of Yonkers with a Water System Advancement Award for the rehabilitation of the 1.0 Million Gallon Nodine Hill elevated water storage tank. The award, which was presented on October 7 at WWWC’s fall dinner meeting, recognizes water purveyors who have instituted a major project that substantially enhances their water supply systems.
As part of the project team, D&B provided construction management and inspection services for the project, which involved several key upgrades to bring the tank into compliance with ANSI/OSHA standards. The project also includes the application of a new City of Yonkers logo to the tank bowl and is visible from the Cross County Parkway.
The Westchester Water Works Conference represents, serves and educates water operators and their associate members in Westchester County, N.Y. Its mission is to bring together those interested in the problems of water supply and distribution for the benefit of themselves and the people they serve.