Sep. 3, 2019 | Columbia City, IN
The city of Columbia City hosted a Groundbreaking Ceremony to kick-off the beginning of the Phase III CSO Mitigation Project. Funding mechanisms for the project include the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development, Indiana Office of Community & Rural Affairs (OCRA), and the Indiana Bond Bank.
United is serving as the design engineer and construction engineer for this project.
Pictured Left to Right: Chris Rowlett (United); Keith Bryant (United); Devon Kirk (RE Crosby); Mike Cook (Columbia City Wastewater Superintendent); Joseph Henderson (United); Mayor Ryan Daniel (Columbia City)
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: In order to reduce the impacts of Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO), the Federal Water Pollution Control Act requires Combined Sewer System (CSS) communities to develop a CSO Long-Term Control Plan (LTCP) for controlling CSO discharges. As part of the City’s CSO LTCP, this project is anticipated to mitigate CSO discharges as required and approved by the Indiana Department of Environmental Management (IDEM).
The project includes the following improvements:
- Three combined sewer overflow (CSO) storage basins
- One duplex lift station (3,000 gpm pumping capacity)
- +/- 2,800 linear feet of 16-inch force main
- +/- 20 linear feet of 8-inch gravity sanitary sewer
- +/- 30 linear feet of 10-inch gravity sanitary sewer
- +/- 175 linear feet of 12-inch sanitary sewer
- +/- 100 linear feet of 15-inch gravity sewer
- +/- 150 linear feet of 24-inch gravity sanitary sewer
- +/- 50 linear feet of 36-inch gravity sanitary sewer
- +/- 2,600 linear feet of 42-inch gravity sewer
- +/- 1,400 linear feet of 60-inch gravity sanitary sewer
- +/- 75 linear feet of 4-inch water main
- +/- 1,000 linear feet of 6-inch water main
- +/- 950 linear feet of 12-inch water main
- Miscellaneous storm sewer replacement
- Asphalt paving, sidewalk replacement, general restoration