Connecticut Water strongly encourages building owners and property managers that are preparing to open for “Phase 2” on June 17 to flush the water pipes before opening any building that may have been vacant or infrequently used over the last several weeks.
Connecticut Water today announced that Adam Danner has been named vice president of finance, controller and treasurer. Danner has more than 14 years’ experience in accounting and finance with regulated public utilities in New England. He succeeds Robert J. Doffek, who retired from the company in December 2019.
Connecticut Water will begin replacing about 3,200 feet of water main on Old Colony Road and Stafford Road, also known as Route 32, near the Route 44 intersection. The water main being replaced is more than 60 years old. The project is expected to run through August and will cost approximately $1 million.
Connecticut Water announced today that it has launched a water conservation pilot program that focuses on outdoor water use for small water systems served by the company. The company will look to build on the results of the pilot as a stepping stone for a broader companywide program to promote conservation measures for outdoor water use. Customer communications for the pilot were launched just before the start of the summer season when outdoor water usage is at its highest.
Beginning on or after May 28, Connecticut Water will begin replacing about 3,000 feet of water main on Scoville Road between Burnham Road and West Avon Road, Route 167, in Avon. The water main being replaced is more than 60 years old. The project is expected to run through August and will cost nearly $500,000.
Beginning the week of May 11, Connecticut Water will begin replacing more than 2,000 feet of water main on First Street Annex and Second Street in Plainfield. The water main being replaced is nearly 110 years. The estimated project cost is nearly $600,000 and is expected to continue through the end of August.