COMANCO crews recently completed work on the Savannah Street WWTP Storm Cell Rehabilitation project in Jackson, Mississippi. A single layer of 60 mil HDPE liner was installed within two separate holding ponds to be used for containment during the removal of biosolids and the ultimate rehabilitation of the WWTP’s existing storm cell system. The first pond was completed in September, 2012 with the second recently completed for a total of 546,000 square feet of containment. The weather and Mississippi Mud provided some challenges, but thanks to the collective efforts of Superintendents Tony Boatman, Larry Graham, Luis Espinal and Jorge Barrantes, Project Engineer Nick Bridges and Project Manager David Barnett, the project was completed on schedule and under budget. Great effort by all!