Loudoun Water has many projects and studies underway as part of our Capital Improvement Program (CIP). The CIP provides the design and construction of new infrastructure to upgrade and maintain our water and wastewater systems. Improvements are made annually to meet the extra demands and maintenance needs associated with a growing service area.
Typically, Loudoun Water plans at least five years ahead for capital improvements so that sufficient time is allotted for their design and construction. Information on active projects and studies are below. Contact us for information on a project or study not mentioned here.
600 Zone Water Storage Tank
Beaverdam Creek Reservoir Renovation
Potomac Water Supply Program
Broad Run Water Reclamation Facility (BRWRF) Interim Biosolids Project
South Sterling Vault
Sterling Standpipe Refurbishment
Sterling Blvd Water Main Phase 2
Poplar Road Waterline Replacement
Cabin Branch Sewer Relining Phase 2
Reclaimed Water Project S3
Lenah Run Water and Sewer Connection
Broad Run Interceptor Parallel to Potomac Interceptor (BRIPPI) Phase 4 Sewer