Bryan Board Of Public Affairs Contracts For Repairs

The Bryan Board of Pub­lic Affairs has approved a con­tract with Sulzer Turbo Ser­vices Hous­ton, Inc, for repairs to the Bryan Power Plant’s No. 2 gas tur­bine at a cost of almost one mil­lion dol­lars.

The con­tract, worth $911,225, will make repairs to the tur­bine which, accord­ing to city offi­cials, has sus­tained nicks and cracks likely caused by rain, dust and other debris enter­ing through the air intake sys­tem over the years.

Accord­ing to the Bryan Times, with­out repair, the turbine’s con­di­tion could get much worse and cost the city a lot more in the long run.

Other items cov­ered at Tues­day’ board meet­ing included the autho­riza­tion of adver­tis­ing for bids for a water main and san­i­tary sewer exten­sion which Bryan City Coun­cil approved at its last meet­ing. Yesterday’s meet­ing also included final year-end reports from the util­i­ties’ depart­ment heads.

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