Client: Nisqually Indian Tribe

Location: Olympia, WA

Contract Value: $1.4 Million

Completed: September 2013

This project includes water, sanitary sewer and communications improvements from Muck Creek Drive SE to the Public Safety Complex at the Nisqually Indian Reservation.

Water main work includes 5,100 feet of 12-inch diameter PVC water main, six fire hydrants, 13 gate valves, two air release assemblies, and a water meter assembly.

The sanitary sewer work consists of 3,000 feet of 6-inch diameter PVC sanitary sewer force main, 300 feet of 8-inch diameter sanitary sewer extensions, five side sewer stubs, four air release assemblies, and four blow off assemblies.

Communications work consists of 5,000 feet of 4-inch HDPE communications conduit and 20 hand holes.

To connect all this work to the Public Safety Complex a 42-inch diameter cased bore crossing of State Route 510 was constructed including one 12-inch diameter water main, one 6-inch diameter sanitary sewer force main, and four communication conduit carrier pipes.