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Ingram 24" Potable Water Transmission Main
 

This is project is one of four to expand water to West County. Construction will begin at CR 771 and proceeds west. Contractor: ET Mackenzie. Estimated completion: Spring 2020.

 

Loveland Grand Master Lift Station and 48-inch Gravity Interceptor Project

Utility crews are constructing a grand master lift station and a major 48-inch wastewater gravity interceptor to transfer wastewater to the East Port Water Reclamation Facility (WRF). This project will improve the operation and efficiency of a substantial number of lift stations in the mid-county area. Work in the Kings Highway area requires some traffic disruption as crews install the pipeline. The installation also requires temporarily draining the stormwater retention ponds along Kings Highway. While dewatering is a common measure when installing pipes due to the county‚Äôs high water table, draining stormwater ponds is unusual. While designing the pipeline, engineers chose to run pipes below the ponds to avoid impacting Kings Highway as much as possible. The pipeline will have to cross beneath the road at some point and we will provide advance notice and detour information as needed. Contractor: Keiwit Corporation. Estimated completion: Fall 2019.

Projects in Planning Stage    

 
US 41 Utility Expansion Program
 
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