Today the City of Largo, along with Biltmore Construction and McKim and Creed, celebrated the official ribbon cutting of the new Wastewater Treatment Facility Operations Building. This new three-story operations building is the first in the city built to withstand category five hurricane winds. It is also elevated over 23 feet above sea level, making it resistant to a 500-year flood level event. The now finished building houses state-of-the-art labs, offices, environmental monitoring systems, and the Largo Plant Operations Division. We appreciate the opportunity to construct such an important project for the City of Largo – one that promotes public health.