The Chatham Water Pollution Control Plant Headworks Facility was designed in 1991 and has been in services since 1993 without major modifications or upgrades. The Screen Room ventilation system and electrical system requires upgrades to achieve compliance with current building and electrical codes, as well as, improve the ambient working environment for operations staff. The upgrades include HVAC and electrical modifications, and minor architectural additions.
The Chatham Water Pollution Control Plant Headworks Ventilation and Electrical Upgrades Project has a total projected value of $500,000. The timeline for this project is November 2016 to March 2018.