|Government Agency||Type||Project Description||Location||Contact|
|Springfield Water and Sewer Commission||BID||Replacement of Power Center 3 and 4 with new switchgear and motor control centers, installation of new medium voltage feeders, installation of new electric feeders to motors, installation of a new programmable logic controller and miscellaneous improvements to the existing electrical building of Springfield Regional Wastewater Treatment Facility||Agawam, Massachusetts||Subscribers Only|
|Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), NATIONAL MARINE FISHERIES SERVICE GLOUCESTER||BID||Reconciliation of US Longline and Purse Seine Fisheries Data||Gloucester, Massachusetts||Subscribers Only|
|Town of Ipswich||BID||Install new meter/breakers and service entrance feeders at three buildings||Ipswich, Massachusetts||Subscribers Only|
|Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, CGS-WO||BID||54--Furnish, supply and deliver one aluminum fish tank||Hadley, Massachusetts||Subscribers Only|
|City of Marlborough||BID||Animal Control Services||Marlborough, Massachusetts||Subscribers Only|
|Town of Danvers||BID||Sixth Feeder Duct Bank Construction||Danvers, Massachusetts||Subscribers Only|
|City of Worcester||BID||Harding St. Bird Netting for the Worcester Redevelopment Authority||Worcester, Massachusetts||Subscribers Only|
|Town of Spencer||BID||Existing Clarifier Center Column, Drive Cage, Rake Arms, V-Notch Weirs, Scum Baffles Demolitions/Removals/Replacements||Spencer, Massachusetts||Subscribers Only|
|Town of Wayland||BID||Animal Control Services for on-call problem animals reported on public or private property and for collection and disposal of dead animals on public property||Wayland, Massachusetts||Subscribers Only|
|Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, CGS-WO||BID||Avian (Bird) Barrier Repair||Hadley, Massachusetts||Subscribers Only|
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