Ponca City, Phillips 66 honored for sewer replacement project

Ponca City Now - June 23, 2015 12:07 pm

From left, city commissioners Ryan Austin and Nancy Rathbun; Water Distribution & Wastewater Collection Superintendent Darwin Haney; Bret Cabbiness of Cabbiness Engineering; Mayor Homer Nicholson; Environmental Services Director Hong Fu; and commissioners MaryBeth Moore and Lanita Chapman accept the National Recognition Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) for Engineering Excellence for the City of Ponca City-Phillips 66 Refinery Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation.

Second photo: Bret Cabbiness with Phillips 66 representatives Norris Frederick and Tim Seidel, Refinery Manager.

The project was recognized as one of the top engineering projects this year and took about three years to engineer, bid and construct. The $2 million project was considered along with billion-dollar projects including the new east span of the San Francisco Bay Bridge; the collapse analysis and assessment of the World Trade Center 7, construction of the new World Trade Center, and a six-mile-long tunnel underneath Niagara Falls.


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