Location: Bradford County, PA
Project Cost: $8,500,000
Funding: $5 million CFA-H20 Grant, Army Corp of Engineers Grant and USDA RUS Loan
Wysox Township’s Golden Mile is a highly developed commercial area that did not have public water service. The Municipal Authority wanted to extend public water from Towanda to the “Golden Mile” and Lake Wesauking areas of the Township and provide public drinking water to approximately 500 residents in the community. Design and construction administration services were provided for the project that included the installation of 60,000 L.F. of 4 inch, 6 inch, 8 inch and 12 inch waterline, a combined booster pump/pressure reducing valve station and a new 257,000 gallon water storage tank.
The public water was extended from Towanda to the Golden Mile and Lake Weasulking Areas of the Township and provided drinking water to the community. There was added fire protection and infrastructure to aid in future development.
Specialized Equipment and Services
Directional drilling of 1,540 L.F of 12 inch HDPE Waterline under the Susquehanna River.