SAWS News: Sewer Construction Projects are Now Searchable on Dedicated Website
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Sewer Construction Projects are Now Searchable on Dedicated Website

San Antonio Water System has launched a new website focused on sharing sewer related construction project details. With this new web page, which is also mobile phone friendly, customers can search sewer projects by address or browse a map that shows current projects in the service area.

While sewer system investments by SAWS have dramatically reduced sanitary sewer overflows since 2010, significant construction projects will be required to further reduce overflows and reach our goal. This new user-friendly website helps anyone interested to identify what projects will be active during what time periods as well as provides a contact for more specific project questions or concerns.

“This site is yet another tool used in our communications with customers,” said SAWS COO Steve Clouse. “Now, customers don’t have to rely only on information mailed to them or attending a meeting. Instead they can use this system to access information when or wherever they need: on their computers or mobile devices.”

Any currently scheduled project active in 2017 can be found on the site and additional new projects and project status change information will be updated to the page.

“Our long-term goal is to make this the first step in providing SAWS customers a transparent, real-time overview of all current construction projects to include not just sewer construction but all construction related to SAWS infrastructure,” said Clouse.

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