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Sewer Siphon #11 Replacement
Start date: May 19, 2014
Projected completion date: November 24, 2014
Contractor: E.T. MacKenzie Co.
Engineers: Arcadis-MP; FTCH and DC Engineering
Cost: $2.4 Million
The project will increase the sewage flow capacity of sewer siphon #11 under the Red Cedar River. This will allow for larger wet weather sewage flows to be transported further "downstream" in the sewer collection system.
11/24/14: The project is now complete. The Beech Street Bridge and closed section of E. Elm Street will has reopened. Restoration will take place in spring.
9/10/14: The contractor has completed construction of the three-pipe sewer siphon under the Red Cedar River. In addition, construction of the "downstream" sewer pipes to the chamber structure on the south-side of the river is almost complete.
6/25/14: Here's an inside look at the work that goes into replacing the sewer siphon.
6/3/14: Construction has started on the siphon replacement.
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