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The Water Tower will soon make Gwinnett County a hub for water innovation and research | Gwinnett Daily Post

Gwinnett County’s new center for water-related research and innovation development is close to opening its doors after years of planning and construction.

The Water Tower property in Buford is set to welcome tenants in March, and officials from the center and Gwinnett County government will hold a ribbon cutting for local officials on March 30. The center’s “industry” grand opening, where water industry businesses and professionals from around the world will be hosted, will then be held nearly a month later on April 22…

A ground breaking for The Water Tower was held in 2018 and several partners have signed up to team up with the center.

Those partners include Georgia Tech, Georgia Gwinnett College, Georgia State University, the Georgia Association of Water Professionals, the Georgia Center for Opportunity, Science for Georgia, Gwinnett County Public Schools, Global Water Works, Siemens, Mueller, JEA, Gresham Smith, Wade Trim, Kamstrup, AECOM, Ardurra, OnSyte Performance, Infiltrator Water Technologies, Municipex, Reeves + Young, HL Strategy, Safe-T-Cover, Aqaix, GWWI, Resilient H2O Partners, go:hub and McWane.

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