Published: July 11, 2018

MSU to break ground on new water treatment plant and storage tank

Contact(s): Jessi Adler Communications and Brand Strategy office: (517) 355-6469


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Who: Michigan State University Interim President John Engler; EVP for Administrative Services Satish Udpa; Provost and EVP for Academic Affairs June Pierce Youatt; MSU Trustee Dianne Byrum; Infrastructure Planning and Facilities Utilities Director Bob Ellerhorst; and other IPF team members.

What: Groundbreaking ceremony for a new campus water system improvement project. MSU continues to update its campus infrastructure through the construction of a 2-million-gallon elevated storage tank and an 11,500-gross-square-foot water treatment plant for chlorination, fluoridation and iron removal.

When: Friday, July 13, 2018
11 a.m.

Where: Intersection of Recycling Drive and Green Way on MSU’s campus. Parking is available in Lot 95 at the T.B Simon Power plant at 354 Service Road.

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