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BEAVER WATER DISTRICT TRANSMISSION

60-INCH, 54-IN AND 48-IN WATER LINES
Client Beaver Water District
Schedule Completed: MWY provides on-going services as needed.

Project Detail

Since the district’s inception in 1959, MWY has provided planning, architectural and engineering design and construction management services to the Beaver Water District Board of Directors.

As a part of our firm’s work at Beaver Water District (BWD), we developed the concepts whereby each of the four member cities, Bentonville, Fayetteville, Rogers and Springdale, would construct treated water transmission mains from the treatment works into their respective distribution systems.

The initial construction of BWD’s facility included a raw water intake structure and a 10,000 L.F. 36-inch raw water line to the new treatment facilities.

Later a new 48-inch raw water line was added in parallel to the existing 36-inch line.

In 2004, a new 60-inch concrete water line (PCCP) was added, again in parallel to the existing 36-inch and 48-inch lines.

MWY prepared the contract documents and construction management services associated with this 60-inch raw water line constructed during the 2004 WTP upgrade.

 

CLIENT CONTACT:

Alan Fortenberry, P.E.,
Chief Executive Officer
Beaver Water District
P.O. Box 400
Lowell, Arkansas 72745
Phone: 479-756-3651