These projects involved the planning, design, and construction of $12 million in improvements to this water system, which included a one-million-gallon concrete tank, pump station, eight pressure-reducing valve stations, and 10 miles of 8- to 20-inch transmission main. This project created two new pressure zones and improved service to the existing system, which has significantly aided economic development opportunities. It also looped around the northwest corner of Sheridan and connected to a major expanding commercial area on the north side, which significantly improved water supply and fire flows. The pipeline route crossed a major slope stability area requiring a geotech investigation and the use of directional bored fusible PVC for stability and to avoid the possibility of pipe joint separation. Extensive planning and modeling were conducted to determine the improvements to best serve this developing area.
This project created two new pressure zones and improved service to the existing system, which has significantly aided economic development opportunities.
City of Sheridan
Construction Administration and Inspection
Drainage and River Systems
Water Supply and Wastewater