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November 4, 2022

Work finished on treatment station

SEATTLE — Late last month, construction wrapped up at the new wet weather treatment station at the intersection of Fourth Avenue South and South Michigan Street in Georgetown.

The 26,649-square-foot facility was designed by Miller Hull in collaboration with Signal Architecture + Research. The project took seven years to design and build. Flatiron Construction was the general contractor.

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