Water Piping,Sewage Piping
The State is looking for the development of a pipeline to supply natural gas to those areas. While the State is not committing funding to this project, the State would look at the use of natural gas at State facilities in those areas as a cost savings measure over its current energy costs. The State would also consider the use of trucked natural gas supplies as an interim supply option pending completion of the pipeline system. The State would entertain proposals that would supply natural gas through the communities and
tie into state facilities on the East side of Augusta, and facilities near the capital complex. The
proposals should be for a natural gas pipeline and distribution system for State of Maine
facilities, located in Augusta, and Gardiner. The pipeline distribution system must be sized
sufficiently to enable future expansion to other regions in the Kennebec Valley to be used by
residential, industrial and commercial customers.