lvngstndm t1_jeey2e6 wrote

I'm a civil design professional with experience in pedestrian infrastructure and public infrastructure grant funding - this bridge was a childhood hotspot of mine and I'm very interested in this project.

OP - Do you know What organizations/companies are specifically tasked with this project? I know URA owns the site, do you have any info on state/local organizations who will be involved?


lvngstndm t1_j6j42iw wrote

Tell your landlord to contact PGH2O and have them review the leak and whether a credit can be applied. PGH20 has the ability to detect when a leak occurs...I'm not exactly sure of the process, but there's a possibility that they have a system in place for this.

For reference, when I check my own bill online - there is a site that monitors leaks.