Gwinnett County, GA—Several Constantine staff were proud to attend the much-anticipated groundbreaking ceremony for Gwinnett County’s new Water Innovation Center. The Water Innovation Center will serve as a worldwide platform and hub for research, education, and technological/professional development associated with water quality and enhancement of our water environment.
Officials of Gwinnett County are expecting big things from the new facility that will be built on 700 acres next to the Gwinnett Environmental & Heritage Center and the F. Wayne Water Resource Center in Buford, GA. The $60 million Water Innovation Center—set to complete construction in three (3) years—will be 60,000-square feet and feature: wet/dry laboratory spaces, conference rooms, a three (3)-story demonstration bay, classrooms, and an auditorium capable of seating 250 people.
Constantine is providing administrative and technical services to Gwinnett Water Resources in support of this project. Constantine representatives from the Lawrenceville, GA, office at the exciting groundbreaking ceremony included: Senior VP—Joe Downey, Senior Project Manager—Josh Petersen, and Administrative Assistant—Peggy Alexander.
We truly appreciate the opportunity to support this groundbreaking innovation project and look forward to the successful completion of Gwinnett County’s new Water Innovation Center.