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 44. PROJECT:Glenrock Groundwater Supply
SPONSOR:Town of Glenrock
LOCATION:Converse County
PROGRAM:New Development
Purpose Chapter Session Account Appropriation Due Date
Level II 82 1999 I $75,000 2000
Level II 81 1999 I $300,000 2000
Level III 96 2000 I $1,650,000 2004
Level III 88 2002 I $172,000 2004

The Town of Glenrock has purchased the supply test well No. 5 drilled under a Level II study conducted in 1999. Construction tasks include installation of a pump, pump house, 10,220 feet of 14 inch transmission line, 11,200 feet of powerline, improvements along the transmission line (air/vacuum valves, blowoffs, roadbase, ravine crossings, etc.), installation of a PRV building, and the installation of supervisory control and data acquisition equipment.

Civil Engineering Professionals Incorporated of Casper has been retained to design the improvements. Additional groundwater monitoring has been undertaken to insure impacts from the new well are identified and mitigated.

A construction contract for this work was awarded to 71 Construction of Casper in November 2001. This work was completed in November 2002. Final closeout is expected in early 2003.

No legislative action is required on this project.

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