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Pipeline PROJECTS

Oklahoma City Atoka Pipeline Design

Oklahoma City receives a significant portion of its water from southeastern Oklahoma via a 100-mile-long, 60-inch diameter, pre-stressed concrete cylinder pipeline (PCCP) that was originally installed in the early 1960s.

East Fork Water Reuse Project

As the largest project in Texas using reclaimed water to augment a surface water supply source, the East Fork Water Reuse Project provides the NTMWD with over 102,000 acre-feet of water per year.

TRWD/DWU Integrated Pipeline Project Section 15-1

Tarrant Regional Water District (TRWD) and Dallas Water Utilities (DWU) partnered to develop the Integrated Pipeline (IPL) Project to bring raw water from their East Texas sources to the Metroplex.

Upper Trinity Regional Water District Stone Hill Parallel 72-inch Pipeline

Plummer designed a 3.8-mile, 72-inch diameter parallel pipeline, which included 10 trenchless crossings.

Central Oklahoma Master Conservancy District Del City Waterline Replacement

The project included the design and replacement of an existing 34,000 linear feet (LF), 18-inch to 24-inch diameter raw water transmission pipeline.

City Of Irving Urban Center Lift Station

The Urban Center Lift Station is a wastewater lift station designed with seven submersible pumps, providing a firm capacity of 45 million gallons per day (mgd).

Trinity River Authority Bear Creek Interceptor 09BC-01A

Plummer provided assessment, design, and coordination services for this five-mile gravity wastewater interceptor.

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