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Huntertown Water System Improvements

Huntertown, Indiana

DLZ partnered with Huntertown, Indiana on its Water System Improvements. We provided a range of design services for the multiyear, $4.3 million water system upgrade. The project involved a number of recommended improvements, including:

  • Construct a new 500,000-gallon water storage tower,
  • Upgrade the existing water treatment facilities,
  • Install new water main loops to improve service throughout the Town, and
  • Design and construct a new well field and water plant to serve the western portions of the Town’s service area.

Individual projects and their status include the following:

Cedar Canyon Road Water Tower

DLZ provided design services and assisted during the construction phase of the new water storage tower located on Cedar Canyon Road, adjacent to the Town’s utility building. The new tower has a capacity of 500,000 gallons, which more than doubles the Town’s storage capacity. Huntertown completed the project in December 2008. The total construction cost was $952,000.

Gump Road Water Treatment Plant Improvements

DLZ provided design assistance for upgrades and improvements for the Town’s existing water treatment plant. DLZ personnel worked closely with equipment representatives and service personnel to ensure that all new equipment and other improvements would operate seamlessly with existing facilities and controls designated to remain in service. The design also emphasized the need to maintain the operation of existing facilities until new systems were operable.  Improvements included upgrading the plant’s existing high service pumps and plant controls.

Water Distribution System Improvements

As part of the Huntertown Water System Improvements, DLZ also completed design services for several water main loops. We developed the project to permit the Town to award multiple projects or a single contract, depending on the bid results.

The project included the installation of over 6,000 feet of 6 through 12-inch diameter water main, new hydrants, valves, and connection to existing water mains. Provisions for alternative materials and installation methods, including directional drilling, were included in the Bidding Requirements. Construction documents also included pavement, driveway, and other site restoration requirements.

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