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Posted on: August 15, 2013

[ARCHIVED] District Celebrates Headquarters Groundbreaking

Various community organizations and government agencies joined East Valley Water District on August 13, to celebrate the official groundbreaking ceremony for the new Headquarters Campus on Greenspot Road. With five different construction trades continuing work in the background, the ceremony highlighted the region’s water history and opportunities that will result from the new facility.
“When we selected this site almost two years ago, we saw the citrus grove and connection to North Fork Water Company as an opportunity to celebrate our history while looking toward our future,” said Board President Matt LeVesque, “The Headquarters Campus groundbreaking is a sign of our commitment to this project and the enhanced services that it will allow us to provide to this community.”
The Headquarters Campus will combine District Administrations and Operations to a single site. Currently located at three different facilities, the District is faced with unique challenges including coordinating meetings with customers, working with a property management company on issues that could be handled in-house and hosting community activities. The 29,000 square foot facility will feature a multi-purpose Board Room, one convenient Customer Service Counter for Water/Sewer payments and Engineering Services, and outdoor spaces designed to accommodate water conservation courses.
“This project was designed around a completion date of April 30, 2014, and an established not-to-exceed amount. Working with Balfour Beatty Construction, we have a talented team in place to meet this goal,” said General Manager/CEO John Mura. “East Valley Water District is dedicated to the success of this project and appreciates the support we continue to receive from the community we serve and our fellow public agencies.”
For more project information or to view the Headquarters Campus construction progress visit to view time-lapsed photos taken every 14 minutes.

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