Osceola Rural Water System
May City, IA
- Approximately 56 miles of rural pipeline ranging from 2″ through 12″ diameter.
- Over 12,000 linear feet of trenchless installation.
- Public right-of-way utilized for almost 8 miles of installation.
- County approval for pipeline occupancy of public right-of-way
- Coordination with landowners for repair of private drain tile
- Multiple BNSF railroad crossing
Osceola County Rural Water is a regional water provider whose service territory footprint covers an extensive four county area and over 1,200 square miles in Northwest Iowa. The water system’s continual growth eventually led to water use demands that could not be met by the existing distribution system. Using a calibrated hydraulic model, DGR identified numerous areas of the system needing pipeline improvements to maintain pressure. Additionally, the capacity of originally constructed transmission main had been depleted over the years.
The resulting 56-mile pipeline project was designed, permitted, bid, installed, and started up in less than two years from the project’s inception. The pipeline improvements will serve to accommodate Osceola County Rural Water’s ever growing water demands well into the future.
- Electrical Power
Recreational Trail System
Two-phase, 3.16 mile recreational trail on the north and west side of Luverne.
City of Luverne, MN
The City of Sioux City needed a large diameter trunk sewer to carry flows from new residential development and future development on the east side of town to the existing Southeast Morningside Lift Station.
Sioux City, IA
Street Lighting Improvements
The City replaced the old lighting system with a modern LED based system to reduce operating cost. Decorative style lighting units were used, which enhanced the aesthetics of the downtown area, and match what had been utilized in other parts of the city.
Pump Station & Storage Reservoirs
The new Edgerton Pump Station (EPS) was constructed to facilitate bringing purchased water from Lewis & Clark Regional Water System (L&C) to the LPRW system.
Box Culvert Bridge Replacement
DGR Engineering worked with the SWO and BIA staff to design an economically feasible replacement for the deficient bridge structure.
Northeast South Dakota