Photo courtesy of Tampa Bay Water Design-builders overhauled the eight-year-old reservoir's embankment structure. Photo courtesy of Tampa Bay Water According to Tampa Bay Water, the reservoir continued to experience significant cracking, which had been a focus of a lengthy legal battle. Related Links: 'Robust' Rebuild Designed to Deliver Reservoir 2.0 Concerns Over Sinkholes Scuttle Tampa Bay's Reservoir Expansion Two years after a federal jury denied Tampa Bay Water (TBW) damages for cracks at its then-six-year-old, Lithia, Fla., reservoir, the regional water supplier is eyeing better days as a $129-million renovation nears completion.While Kiewit Infrastructure Group is targeting a November completion,
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