Phase two of the Huttonsville Public Service District’s water purification and delivery project is currently in progress, and Extreme Endeavors is on the job ensuring accurate and efficient control of the intake and purification process as well as adequate delivery of the finished product.
Phase one of the PSD’s project took place in 2008 when Huttonsville built the Elkwater Fork Dam in the Upper Tygarts Valley River Watershed. The purpose of the $32 million project was not for flood control, as might be expected, but rather to provide a reliable source of drinking water to local residents.
Now, phase two of the clean drinking water project (building the purification plant) is underway, and Exteme Endeavors will be providing plant controls systems and software. Extreme Endeavors will computer-control the water out of the dam, add chemicals during the purification process, and monitor water levels to ensure that the tanks throughout the valley are well-supplied. Extreme Endeavors will also computer-control the water as it leaves the storage tanks and is distributed to nearly 21,500 residents who previously had no reliable source of drinkable water.