Wastewater systems are often the last thing on our minds. That was not the case for a group of over 4,000 Portland, OR schoolchildren in 1938. Portland’s wastewater history starts in 1864 with a simple wooden trough that collected sewage and carried it directly to the river. Fifteen miles of 9 to 18-inch diameter terracotta … Continue reading Behind the project: Taggart Outfall Structural Rehabilitation
JWF is teaming with Slayden Constructors as the Construction Manager/General Contractor on the upgrade of the Tyron Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant. The plant is aging and needs to be updated to continue to provide reliable and efficient wastewater treatment for the citizens of Portland, Oregon. Read more here.