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Company Overview of Pennsylvania-American Water Company, Inc.
Pennsylvania-American Water Company, Inc. provides water and wastewater treatment and delivery services to communities in Pennsylvania. The company operates various water and wastewater treatment plants, and groundwater well entry points; and maintains and upgrades a network of pipelines. It serves water customers, such as residential, commercial, institutional, and other customers, as well as wastewater customers. Pennsylvania-American Water Company, Inc. was formerly known as Keystone Water Company. The company was founded in 1892 and is based in Hershey, Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania-American Water Company, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of American Water Works Company, Inc.
800 West Hersheypark Drive
Hershey, PA 17033-2400
Founded in 1892
Key Executives for Pennsylvania-American Water Company, Inc.
Senior Director of Operations
Vice Present, General Counsel and Secretary
Director of Communications & External Affairs
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Pennsylvania-American Water Company, Inc. Key Developments
Pennsylvania American Water Appoints Andrew L. Swope to the Position of General Counsel, Vice Present and Secretary
Sep 30 15
Pennsylvania American Water announced the appointment of Andrew L. Swope to the position of General Counsel, Vice Present and Secretary. In addition, Swope serves as General Counsel of American Water's Mid-Atlantic Division, which comprises Pennsylvania, Virginia, Maryland and West Virginia. In this role, Swope will provide legal counsel and representation for Pennsylvania American Water, as well as direct and oversee the strategic and day-to-day legal services that support American Water's state regulated operations in the Mid-Atlantic region. Prior to joining Pennsylvania American Water, Swope was a partner in the Harrisburg office of K&L Gates LLP.
Pennsylvania American Water Announces Water Pipeline Upgrades in Berks County
Apr 22 15
Pennsylvania American Water has started construction to install new water main in Sinking Spring, Wyomissing, Spring Township, Exeter Township and Amity Township in Berks County to improve service reliability and fire protection. The pipeline upgrades, with a combined cost of approximately $3.4 million, will replace a total of approximately 18,600 feet of aging water main that dates as far back as 1940s. Starting this week, crews will replace outdated cast iron main with eight-inch ductile iron pipe along Seiberts Court, Telford Avenue and Fairview Street between Wyomissing and Spring Township. New water main installation is also scheduled for the following areas: Merrymount Road, Evergreen Avenue, Merrit Parkway (Spring), and Broadcasting Road in Spring Township; North Hull Street in Sinking Spring; and Blackwood Drive, Bingaman Street, East 24th Street and Beechwood Drive in Exeter Township. Crews will work weekdays between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. Traffic disruptions in the work area are expected during construction hours. The company expects to complete the water main upgrades, including final paving restoration, by the end of November 2015, weather permitting. During construction, customers might experience temporary water service interruptions, discolored water and/or lower than normal water pressure.
Pennsylvania American Water Unveils Water Line Upgrade in Washington County
Mar 13 15
Pennsylvania American Water has begun the construction to replace approximately two miles of old water main to enhance electricity service and fire protection for residents in Washington County. The cost of the system improvements is approximately $822,000. These new mains will ensure reliable water service and improve fire flows in some of Washington County's oldest neighborhoods. The company plans to replace aging lines with new eight-inch water mains on the following streets this spring: South Fayette Township- Greenwood Drive; North Franklin Township- Zelt Drive; Peters Township- Cheri Drive; South Strabane Township- Vermont Avenue; and Midway Borough- Church Street. Weather permitting, the company expects to complete pipe installation, service connection tie-ins and final paving restoration by the Fall. During construction, customers might experience temporary service interruptions, discolored water and/or lower than normal water pressure.
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