BCI was recently awarded a $1.4 million dollar contract to replace several of the existing ventilation systems for the Harry Tracy WTP. The upgrades are part of a $174 million contract that was awarded to Kiewit Infrastructure West in February. The Harry Tracy WTP serves as the emergency back-up and supplementary water supply system for the entire San Francisco Peninsula. Local watershed runoff, along with water from Hetch Hetchy and East Bay sources, is stored in the reservoir system, then fed into the Harry Tracy Water Treatment Plant, and subsequently delivered to customers. The purpose of this project is to improve delivery reliability and provide seismic upgrades at this regional water treatment plant to achieve a sustained capacity of 140 million gallons per day (mgd) for at least 60 days, and to provide 140 mgd within 24 hours following a seismic event on the San Andreas Fault.