Inframark and JRA to Invest in State-of-the-Art Technologies to Optimize Plant Performance
HORSHAM, Pa. – January 5, 2024 – Inframark is pleased to announce the renewal of its five-year partnership with the Johnstown Redevelopment Authority (JRA), providing full-service operations, maintenance and management of the Dornick Point Wastewater Treatment Plant. Inframark and JRA have also agreed to invest in additional advanced technologies, aimed at enhancing the plant’s efficiency and operational performance.
JRA’s Executive Director Melissa Komar expressed her confidence in Inframark, noting, “Based on our experience with Inframark and their years of service, operational expertise and professionalism, we look forward to renewing the contract and continuing our partnership.”
Inframark’s Vice President of Operations Jerry Shupe, Jr. said of the contract renewal, “We began our partnership with JRA in 2014, and we are delighted to continue serving the Johnstown community with operation and maintenance services at the Dornick Point Wastewater Treatment Plant.” He added, “This extended partnership also presents an opportunity to further leverage Inframark’s integrated cutting-edge technology and expertise available through our Automation and Intelligence (A&I) division. These A&I resources, combined with our operational expertise, support our efforts to empower our clients to optimize their operations, enhance productivity, and make informed decisions that create lasting value – and we are excited to bring these unique capabilities to JRA.”
Inframark, LLC (www.inframark.com) is an industry-leading applied technology and solutions firm focused on water and infrastructure operation and maintenance across the U.S. By integrating automation and intelligent data solutions in water and wastewater operations and maintenance, management of community infrastructure, and data systems integration, Inframark can provide unparalleled service. With over 40 years of experience managing water-related infrastructure, the company employs approximately 3,000 people, serving over 400 clients in 30 states. Inframark manages facilities that can treat a billion gallons of drinking water and wastewater daily.