The Liberty Lake Water Reclamation Facility Project, Spokane County, Washington

The Liberty Lake Water Reclamation Facility Project, Spokane County, Washington

The Liberty Lake Sewer and Water District is planning upgrades to the municipal water reclamation facility located in the city of Liberty Lake, Spokane County, Washington.  Upgrades to the municipal water reclamation facility will include the construction of a new 90 x 110 foot building that includes a filtration area, a blower and compressor room, […]

Quincy Industrial Effluent Pipeline Project
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Quincy Industrial Effluent Pipeline Project

The City of Quincy is proposed to install a pipeline to move industrial effluent from the west edge of the city to a location approximately 2.5 miles north. The Project Area is the footprint of two 18-inch diameter PVC pipelines buried along Road R-NW’s right-of-way (ROW) for a total length of 2.3 miles. The pipes […]

Bruner Water Pipeline, Idaho County, Idaho
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Bruner Water Pipeline, Idaho County, Idaho

The Idaho Soil and Water Conservation District is providing financial assistance to a landowner to facilitate the installation of 200 feet (61 meters) of pipeline on his property. The project covers approximately 0.5 acres, and the pipeline will be installed from an existing water spigot and will be placed within an existing road ditch. A […]

Coulee City Reservoir Project
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Coulee City Reservoir Project

The Town of Coulee City is planning to construct a water reservoir within Town owned property, covering approximately 16.5 acres. The project includes the reservoir within a 150 foot by 150 foot fenced compound, approximately 1,150 feet of new pipeline, and the construction of a new 250 foot access road. The Washington State Department of […]

Johnson Creek Water Users Association – Uranium Mitigation – DWSRF Project #DP11-952-018

Johnson Creek Water Users Association – Uranium Mitigation – DWSRF Project #DP11-952-018

The Johnson Creek Water Users Association’s current supply produces unacceptable levels of uranium to its 35 users.  The plan, however, they plan to drill up to three new wells, construct a pumphouse, and install a water transmission line that will provide additional water and mitigate uranium in the current system.  The project is partly funded […]

Town of Creston Reservoir Project
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Town of Creston Reservoir Project

Plateau Archaeological Investigations conducted the cultural resource survey for the proposed Town of Creston water reservoir.  The reservoir will replace the town’s existing, undersized reservoir located at the south edge of town.  The town anticipates a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) award for the project.  Since this project will be federally funded, the Town of […]

Springdale Water Quality Improvements Project
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Springdale Water Quality Improvements Project

The Town of Springdale is proposing improvements to the Town’s aged water system, including development of a new well supply, construction of an approximately 600,000-gallon reservoir, and replacement of the majority of the Town’s distribution system. Construction will be multi-phased.  Phase I—Well Supply—includes Well Drilling construction of the well pump station and transmission main.  Phase […]

City of Tonasket Water and Sewer System Improvements Project

City of Tonasket Water and Sewer System Improvements Project

The City of Tonasket plans utility improvements including extension of the city sewer system, and replacement of the existing city water system into the Bonaparte Creek area, and improvements to the City’s water system in other parts of Tonasket. The project includes installation of new gravity sewer pipe and manholes, water mains, fire hydrants, service […]

City of Colville Upper Pressure Zone Improvements Project
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City of Colville Upper Pressure Zone Improvements Project

Plateau Archaeological Investigations, LLC completed a cultural resource survey for the City of Colville’s Upper Pressure Zone Improvements Project.  The project includes the construction of a one million gallon water reservoir, transmission line, and access road.  Funding for the project is through a Drinking Water State Revolving Fund, administered by the Washington State Department of […]

Eastside Water Development Project
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Eastside Water Development Project

Plateau Archaeological Investigations conducted a cultural resource survey of a proposed water transmission line in the City of College Place.  The waterline included approximately 2,900 feet of 24-inch diameter transmission line and 3,050 feet of 12-inch diameter waterline.  The latter section will lead to two water reservoirs which will occupy an area of 2.0 acres.  […]

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