New Jersey American Water is investing $2 million in an infrastructure project that will replace aging water mains in the Millburn service area, it announced recently.
The project by the Voorhees-based utility will see 6,300 feet of main along Old Short Hills Road that was installed in the 1920s and 1930s replaced with new ductile iron main. The project also includes replacement of fire hydrants and service lines between Parsonage Hill Road and Silver Spring Road.
The project is part of a multimillion-dollar, multi-community program to accelerate water infrastructure improvements in the state.
Montana Construction is conducting the work through the end of August.
New Jersey American Water is a subsidiary of Voorhees-based American Water.