Experts review $4.6 billion water project 

Results of an external review of a $4.6 billion overhaul of the network of pipes, reservoirs and pump stations that deliver water from Yosemite National Park to San Francisco will be released Tuesday.

A panel of engineers and other experts analyzed city documents, visited work sites and interviewed contractors and water customers as part of their review of the Water System Improvement Program.

The panel’s findings and recommendations are scheduled to be presented on Tuesday afternoon by panel chair Russell J. Stepp, president and project manager of R.W. Beck, Inc. of Seattle.

The presentation will be held during a fortnightly San Francisco Public Utilities Commission meeting.

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