ASR Package C1

Project Highlights

  • // Installation of 34,000 feet of 16” to 48” water transmission main line, utilizing both open cut and trenchless installation methods
  • // Site clearing, restoration, and road maintenance
  • // Complete electrical and controls
  • // Setting valves and air releases

Project Overview

Wildcat Construction has been fortunate to have been involved in several phases of the Aquifer Storage and Recovery Project, which is an ongoing aquifer rehabilitation project. The C1 72nd Street Transmission Line was one of the Phases that Wildcat completed. The project consisted of 34,000 feet of water transmission main line, ranging in size from 12” to 48” in diameter.

The work included site clearing and restoration, tunneling under streams, setting valves, air releases, and misc other appurtenances.

Engineer: Camp, Dresser & McKee

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