Bryant Street Pumping Station Discharge Piping Replacement Project

The Bryant Street Pumping Station (BSPS) is the heart of the District's water distribution system. The pumping station receives drinking water from area reservoirs and pumps it to all areas of the city. The BSPS originally constructed in 1904, underwent a $55 million major renovation that was completed in 2006. The pipes that will now be replaced, also constructed in the early 1900s, are large transmission mains that extend outside the BSPS building along Bryant Street, NW, between 2nd and 4th Streets NW, and are critical to station operations. This project is a key component of the DC Water Capital Improvement Program that replaces vital water infrastructure.

Download a more detailed project information sheet on the Bryant Street Pumping Station Discharge Piping Replacement Project (PDF 243 kb) .

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