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 43. PROJECT:Gillette Central Zone Isolation Project
SPONSOR:City of Gillette
LOCATION:Campbell County
Purpose Chapter Session Account Appropriation Due Date
Level III 2 2001 II $75,000 2005
Level III 88 2002 II $684,500 2006

Pursuant to the 1999 City of Gillette Water System Evaluation, this project calls for construction of four new transmission lines and the installation of isolation valves to increase static pressure in an area of town known as Twin Spruce. Modeling of this area was done to investigate areas of low pressure and low available fire flows. To create higher pressures, the area must be isolated and included in one of the other existing higher pressure zones in the City or a new pressure zone must be established.

An evaluation of this project was prepared for the city by Stetson Engineering, Inc. This report served as the basis for the design funding that was provided by the 2001 legislature. The design was completed in 2002, and a construction contract was awarded to Hot Iron, Inc. The amount of eligible work was $618,201.25. The project should complete in the summer of 2003.

No legislative action is required on this project.

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