A GWA priority is to ensure people are informed – whether you’re interested in the project generally, or a pipeline will be constructed near your home or business. And while getting together in person is difficult right now, we’ll continue to make information available online and through online meetings. A number have been held already and more will be held for specific geographic areas and stakeholders to make sure all are up to date and there are no surprises.

Construction Meetings Held:
Our first Online Open House was held at the end of August, to communicate with Waukesha residents near the Booster Pumping Station (BPS), off Broadway between Highway 59 and Springdale Road. About 40 people attended the Online Open House to hear and see program officials describe objectives, present maps and explain details about the coming BPS project.

In mid-October, the second Online Open House focused on the pipeline construction starting near the Waukesha Clean Water Plant and included details about what residents and businesses can expect during construction.

Additional Online Open Houses are being planned in the coming months for construction in the communities of New Berlin, Muskego and Franklin.

At each event, Dan Duchniak, General Manager of Waukesha Water Utility, kicks off the meeting before other experts from the team share specifics regarding their part of the construction process. Questions can also be submitted in advance or during the event.

If you would like to view recordings of these Online Open Houses, they can be found at the In Your Area – Waukesha section. You can also find additional information about the program and construction coming to your community as it becomes available at that site.