25 Jul SWIA Approves $100.4 Million in Funding Applications
During a quarterly funding approval meeting, the State Water Infrastructure Authority (SWIA) announced its intent to award $100.4 million to eligible drinking water and wastewater projects, including $7,111,968 to projects with funding applications submitted by WithersRavenel:
|Applicant Name||Project Name||Amount of Funding||Funding Type||Funding Source|
|Iredell Water Corporation||Ostwalt-Amity Water System Improvements||$5,201,533||Loan||Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF)|
|City of Newton||Newton Streetscape Phases 2-4 Water Utility Rehabilitation||$558,500||Loan||State Reserve|
|City of Newton||Newton Streetscape Phases 2-4 Sewer Utility Rehabilitation||$197,400||Loan||State Reserve|
|Town of Spruce Pine||Spruce Pine Sewer Rehabilitation||$588,400||Loan||State Reserve|
|East Yancey Water and Sewer District||East Yancey County Sewer Improvements Phase 2||$282,918
|Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF)|
With these projects, WithersRavenel’s total number of projects funded has risen to 437, for a total funding amount of $531,430,011.
We would like to congratulate our clients on receiving SWIA funding assistance this cycle, and we look forward to seeing your projects come to life!
To find out if your project may be eligible for funding through one of these or other programs, please contact Jessica Martin-Lane, director of our grants management team.