Meter 228 Rehabilitation

MCES Project No. 805636

Understandably, the spread of COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus, has raised questions about the status of Metropolitan Council Environmental Services (MCES) plant and interceptor construction projects. Please note the following:

  • Construction on wastewater treatment plants and sewer interceptors will continue. The contractors are following working environment protocols (asking employees to stay home if they are sick, social distancing, etc.) as outlined by public health agencies.

  • Some project staff are working remotely while others remain on-site to ensure proper oversight of the project. Staff will stay connected through emails, conference calls, and web-based meetings to manage construction activities.

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Project Update - December 2, 2021: Project map (PDF) added.  See previous Project Updates below.

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Project Description

Metropolitan Council Environmental Services (MCES), operator of the metro-area wastewater collection and treatment system, will be rehabilitating a meter structure in Brooklyn Park near Highway 169 and Erickson Court North.

MCES has scheduled a pump test around the meter area for December 2021. Through the pump test MCES will be collecting and analyzing data regarding ground water levels. This information will help the project team make informed decisions about construction.

Meter 228 Project Map (PDF)

Project schedule

Construction is anticipated to begin in 2022.


Project Updates

Coming soon


Project Staff


Project Manager: Michael Villari, Principal Engineer, Interceptor Engineering

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Phone: 763.340.0530

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    Phone: 763.340.0530