Repairing, Rehabbing And Replacing Infrastructure In Maryland

Rockville, Maryland, is aggressively renewing its pipe infrastructure to handle increasing population density.
Repairing, Rehabbing And Replacing Infrastructure In Maryland
Civil engineer James Woods and Deputy Director of Utilities Judy Ding, outside Rockville City Hall in Rockville, Maryland.

Built to its borders, Rockville, Maryland, is growing up, not out. The city’s Department of Public Works (DPW) is paving the way for growth by repairing, rehabbing and replacing its pipe infrastructure at an aggressive pace, while establishing a reputation for investing public funds to produce tangible results. 

Rockville is located a half-hour north of Washington, D.C., and is ringed by the Washington Suburban Sanitary District (WSSD). Judy Ding, deputy director of...

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