Vermont Business Magazine Middlesex-based Kingsbury Companies was recently awarded the Royalton Fire District #1 Water Treatment Facility Improvements Project in South Royalton.
The work of this project includes the construction of a new 220,700-gallon water storage tank, a new third clarifier/filter treatment unit and appurtenances, upgrades to existing filters, building additions, new generator, mechanical, electrical/instrumentation and other upgrades to the existing facilities, and site work.
Chair of the Royalton Prudential Committee Theron Manning commented, “The Royalton Fire District represents most of the village structures within the boundaries of South Royalton Village. We are a small community of approximately 200 connections and currently provide service for about 470 units of either single family dwellings, a variety of residential apartments, a K-12 School, Vermont Law School and small businesses within the Royalton Fire District.
“The current filtration plant was constructed in 1992, 30 years ago, and has served us very well. We have been actively working on a reconstruction project for the past 4 – 5 years knowing that the existing plant no longer meets our current needs and desperately needs to be upgraded.”
Kingsbury will be assisting the Royalton Fire District #1 in constructing this complex project over the course of the summer.
Kingsbury is a General Contractor that has extensive capabilities ranging from small local site development projects, to wastewater services, to large-scale commercial dam reconstruction and everything in between. Kingsbury is a local company who has spread its reaches beyond New England & New York and continue to be pioneers in the construction industry. At Kingsbury, we pride ourselves on solving unique challenges, developing creative leaders and fostering relationships. Connect with Kingsbury at www.kingsburyco.com.
[Middlesex, Vermont, May 2022] Kingsbury Companies