Ingrams Water District Improvements To Cost $3 Million

Johnston County Commissioners have agreed to borrow $3,050,000 to pay for improvements in the Ingrams Township Water District. The project is part of a previously approved Water and Sewer Capital Improvement Plan.

Ralph Hodge Construction Company of Wilson was the low bidder for the construction phase of the project at $2,535,563.50. Other bids ranged from $2,769,224.25 to $3,447,777.

The work will include 13,500 linear feet of a 16 inch water line along US Highway 301 and piping connection modifications in the vicinity of the Jones Brother Tank. 

Johnston County will borrow the money from the State Water Infrastructure Authority and repay the loan over a 30 year period.