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On July 31, 2020, Shoal Creek Waterworks, Inc. purchased the water system assets of Shoal Creek Water System, LLC.   This is the first Investor-Owned Utility System acquired in the State of Georgia. The utility provides water service to...[Read More]

The headworks structure located at the Seven Springs Wastewater Treatment Plant was constructed in 2005. It was developed as part of a multi-phase facility expansion project to meet the demands of the growing community it served. Over time, concerns...[Read More]

Gulf Copper Dry Dock is located off the coast of Galveston, TX on Pelican Island. The wastewater treatment plant is a 20,000 GPD package plant that USW Utility Group (USWUG) was awarded an annually renewable contract for operations and maintenance...[Read More]

In July 2020 emergency service crews responded to a call about a failure at Lift Station 20. The crew arrived to find the receiving wet well collapsed and the nearby odor control tower had fallen into the cavity that was created. This structural...[Read More]

U.S. Water Services Corporation (U.S. Water) began Contract Operations on October 1st, 2020 for Flagler County Utilities. After an interlocal agreement with Flagler County on February 1, 2020. During the interlocal control, both Flagler County and...[Read More]

U.S. Water Services Corporation (U.S. Water) won the 2019 Hernando County Utilities Department (HCUD) bid for the rehabilitation of the Quality Drive Lift Station. This is a master lift station serving a nearby hospital and school as well as a large...[Read More]

On July 1, 2020, USW Utility Group (USWSG) began operating Tenkiller Waterworks, Inc., an investor-owned utility nestled along Tenkiller Ferry Lake in the hilly terrain at the foothills of the Ozark Mountains in Park Hill, Oklahoma. Lake Tenkiller,...[Read More]

The Department of Defense (DoD) privatized the MacDill AFB water and sewer systems in March of 2011 by selling their utility assets to the FGUA. This was the FGUA’s first government-to-government transaction. With U.S. Water’s assistance, the...[Read More]

In 2016 U.S. Water Services Corporation (U.S. Water) met with a developer that had an opportunity to develop a large tract of land in Seminole County but, was challenged by the lack of utilities in the area.  The tract of land was rural and large...[Read More]

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