Walk in to the SFPUC’s Southeast Treatment Plant and you will get a very warm reception from the gentlemen at the front desk. That person is no other than Christopher Blunt, a native resident of the Bayview community. This is his story.
A laborer apprentice from San Francisco who grew up in Bayview-Hunters Point, Al Smith is currently working for Western Water, a subcontractor on the SFPUC's Southeast Treatment Plant New Headworks Facility – Bruce Flynn Pump Station.
Reluctant to call himself a role model, David George proves to be just that day in and day out. Not only did David excel at his new career path in the construction industry, but he made sure to bring others along with him.
Upgrades to the Southeast Treatment Plant are underway to make the plant look better, smell better and work better. Over the last few months we demolished the old Headworks facility along Evans Avenue in preparation for a new facility designed to be more efficient and reduce odors. In 2020 we’ll be ramping up construction activities and starting work on the biggest project that will replace the aging solids handling facilities along Jerrold Avenue between Phelps and the Caltrain tracks.