$640 million in grants, loans help WR clients with vital projects
Whether you are looking for funding for economic development, water and wastewater projects, or studies of regionalization, WithersRavenel’s dedicated team can help. We have experience dealing with a multitude of funding organizations at the state and federal levels. One measure of our success is our track record in assisting our government clients in identifying plausible funding sources and assisting with the application. In the most recent funding cycle, our team helped our municipal clients obtain more than $56 million in grants and loans.
With these most recent grant and loan successes, WithersRavenel’s funding total has risen to $640,827,997. We have helped our public clients with 509 projects. Recent grants and loans successfully obtained are as follows:
Community Development Block Grants (CDBG):
City of Sanford – Sewer Rehabilitation Project, $2,000,000.
City of Sanford – Project Forge Infrastructure Improvement, $1,250,000.
Town of Kenly – Water Rehabilitation Project, $1,998,672.
City of Reidsville – Sewer Rehabilitation Project, $1,999,298.
Asset Inventory and Assessment Grant (AIA):
Town of Liberty – Water AIA – $150,000.
City of Randleman – Water AIA – $150,000.
City of Randleman – Sewer AIA – $150,000.
Town of Lillington – Water AIA – $150,000.
Town of Lillington – Sewer AIA – $150,000.
Merger and Regionalization Studies:
Town of Mars Hill – Water Services Study – $50,000.
The Town of Walnut Cove – Water Services Study – $50,000.
Town of Dobson – Water Services Study – $50,000.
Town of Dobson – Sewer Regionalization Study – $50,000.
North Carolina Office of Resiliency and Recovery (NCORR):
Town of Elizabethtown – $2,500,000
Town of Bladenboro – $500,000
City of Sanford – Project Forge Infrastructure Improvement – $1,500,000
Town of Red Springs – Wastewater Plant Slope Repairs – $283,000.
City of Dunn – I&I Assessment – $142,000.
Town of Bolton – Stormwater Repairs – $204,000.
Town of Selma – I&I Assessment – $140,000.
Richmond County – Water Main Project – $106,000.
Town of Selma – Modification for Critical Repairs – $832,000.
Town of Lillington – Sewer Line Project, I&I – $463,000.
Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF):
Town of Pilot Mountain – Water Line Replacement – $386,800.
City of Dunn – Water Rehabilitation Projects, $875,750.
Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) Loan:
Town of Clayton – Neuse River Water Reclamation Facility, $30,000,000.
Town of Dublin – Sewer Lift Station Project – $141,000
City of Hickory – Sewer Line Rehabilitation – $5,182,700.
Town of Biltmore Forest – Greenwood Park Stream Restoration – $292,600.
N.C. Commerce Industrial Development Fund (IDF):
Beaufort County – Industrial Park Improvements – $500,000.
Town of Laurinburg – Industrial Park improvements – $780,000.
Montgomery County – Water Intake Repair – $720,000.
City of Sanford – Project Forge Infrastructure Improvements – $500,000.
Town of Troy – Pump Station and Gravity Sewer – $1,375,000
Camden County – Eco Industrial Park – $500,000.
United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Combination Grant and Loan:
Town of Pilot Mountain – Paving Project – $1,200,000
We congratulate our clients who received funding assistance during this grant cycle. Do you have a project that could be eligible for some type of grant or loan funding? Reach out to a member of our funding team by sending an email to email@example.com.
Upcoming grant and loan funding deadlines include:
Golden LEAF Economic Catalyst Grants – Deadline June 20
NC Commerce: Rural Building Reuse, Public Infrastructure & Demolition – Deadline June 25
NC Commerce: One NC Fund – Rolling grant awards
USDA: Many funding programs open with rolling grant awards
NC State Parks: Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) – Deadline July 1
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