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Capital Projects

As a government entity, the FGUA strives to improve its utilities systems in order to provide the best of service to customers. This section is dedicated to highlighting how FGUA is improving your system through different capital projects that are underway.

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Thursday, December 08, 2016

North Fort Myers, FL – Class V Injection Well Project

The FGUA Del Prado Water Reclamation facility produces high quality reclaimed water (also referred to as “purified water” by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection) from wastewater, which we deliver directly to wholesale customers – including the City of Cape Coral – for irrigation. When it’s raining excessively for extended periods, demand for irrigation water Read More

Thursday, December 01, 2016

Statewide in Florida – New Meter Replacement Program

The FGUA is excited to roll out a meter replacement program in Collier, Lee and Pasco County that will improve the accuracy of the meter reads and offer better monitoring and tracking information for our customers. In you are in the Golden Gate, Lehigh Acres, North Fort Myers, Lindrick or Consolidated Utility system, you may Read More

Monday, October 17, 2016

Trinity, FL – Seven Springs Wastewater Collection System Improvements

This fall, the FGUA will be rehabilitating wastewater lift stations throughout the Seven Springs System. Lift stations pump wastewater from the community, delivering it to the Seven Springs Wastewater Treatment Plant. These improvements will provide reliability of service, increase efficiency, and reduce operations and maintenance costs. The FGUA has scheduled improvements for 27 lift stations Read More

Tuesday, October 04, 2016

New Port Richey, FL – Lindrick Waste Water Collection System Improvements

The FGUA will be rehabilitating several lift stations in the Lindrick System, and will be modifying the wastewater system to more directly connect with the city of New Port Richey’s Wastewater Treatment Facility. The plan, currently in the design-build phase, may include removal of some existing lift stations from the Gulf Harbors community, with the Read More

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Statewide in Florida – Siemens Meter Replacements

In an effort to monitor operating and maintenance expenses, the FGUA hired Siemens to conduct an energy audit of its utility systems. As part of the effort, the FGUA will be replacing existing meters with Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) meters, which will provide more up to date information for customers on their consumption, improve efficiency Read More

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