Crews to Install Water Meters
These workers with Pedal Valves Inc. (PVI) and Siemen’s will be the crew members installing new water meters in homes and businesses in Washington over the next several months. From left are Gregg Masters, Siemen’s; Nicholas Finazzo, Johnny Burgess, Steve O’Neal, Joe Renaud and Paul Stillman, all of PVI; Kevin Quaethem, city water/wastewater superintendent; and Mark Morgan, of Pipefitters and Plumbers Union Local 562.
Begin Installing New Meters
Pedal Valves Inc. (PVI) is partnering with the city of Washington and Siemens Building Technologies to install new water meters. Through September, PVI crew members will install a new meter inside all of the city’s customers’ homes or businesses and an outside reading device, known as a SmartPoint transceiver, shown here. From left are Kerry Duke, water foreman with the city; Johnny Burgess, project superintendent with Pedal Valves; and Kevin Quaethem, city water/wastewater superintendent.
Posted: Tuesday, May 1, 2012 10:14 am
Work on installing new state-of-the-art water meters in Washington got under way this week.
Kevin Quaethem, the city’s water/wastewater superintendent, said the meter replacement program was set to begin Monday but was delayed by the rainy weather. Workers with Pedal Valves Inc. (PVI) were heading out Tuesday morning to begin installing new meters in homes and businesses, he said.
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