Author: Laura Stoneburner
The pumps are on at the Little McDonald Kerbs Paul pump station, and the lake is dropping about one inch per week. The contractor is currently completing the final portion of the project, which involves the connections to Rusch Lake and Paul Lake.
Kurt Lysne received another big honor this month when he was named a 2018 Young Professional of the Year by the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC). He is one of five recipients nationwide. According to ACEC, “The Young Professional of the Year Award strives to promote the accomplishments of young engineers by highlighting their engineering contributions … Read More
The following release was made available by the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development Communications Office. PFA Awards $600,000 Grant for Clarissa Project City will replace water pipes and manholes ST. PAUL – The Minnesota Public Facilities Authority (PFA) awarded a $600,000 grant to the city of Clarissa for improvements to its wastewater collection … Read More
Construction is starting with reclamation of the asphalt streets this week. After the Memorial Day Holiday, the contractor (Quam Construction) will start the underground work, which will carry into mid-week next week. Construction is planned to extend throughout the summer, with an initial focus on on 12th Avenue. In mid-June the contractor will install deeper sanitary … Read More
Contractors have installed the intake structure and a 10-foot by 10-foot pressure sustaining structure along 450th Street, along with about 80 percent of the forcemain for the project. Concrete footings for the pump station are complete. The pump station is roughly 35 percent done, with an expected completion date in mid-July. Please remember to respect … Read More
The concrete ringwall foundation has been poured and backfilled. Steel delivery and erection is approaching!
The Keystone First Addition construction has started for the spring. Approximately a half a mile of pipe is installed and the stormwater pond is over half way excavated.
The piles have been driven and the formwork and rebar is being placed for the concrete ring wall foundation.
The traffic detour in place has closed 410th Ave. for construction and is anticipated to remain closed through the first week of May. Contractors began installing 24-inch forcemain pipe along 410th Ave. and have installed 1,700 feet of pipe from the common leg junction to the cemetery. At this point, approximately 10 percent of the forcemain has … Read More
The city recently ran a mock demonstration to train city staff on the new road closure structure (stop logs) as part of the Levee D project. The stop logs will be installed across ND Highway 27 on the east side of the Sheyenne River during a flood event. The city installed half of the structure … Read More