Welcome to Our Gallery & Current Projects

Current Projects:

Browse through photos of some of our recent work to get a better idea of the quality we are known for. We go where no one else wants to go.

Fertile Water System

Sanitary sewer and water main replacement project that aims to provide the city with a new section of watermain to loop the existing system. This project also provides improvements to the existing sanitary sewer and water system by replacing  the current mains and service lines on several streets in town. To top it off, these streets are receiving new curb and gutter, asphalt pavement, and sidewalk.

Waubun Waste Water System

This is a USDA Rural development funded project that consists of sewer and water improvements for the City of Waubun. Replacing over 21,000 LF of mainline water /9,000 LF of mainline sewer, and over 186 home water and sewer services. Watermain will be replaced by directional boring and open cup installations. We are also making upgrades on the city water tower and pump house with mixer system improvements and control panel upgrades. The roads of Waubun will see significant improvement as we have been removing organic material as we go and replacing it with granular borrow. Project is scheduled to be substantially complete in the fall of 2019.

Waubun Waste Water System

This is a USDA Rural development funded project that consists of sewer and water improvements for the City of Waubun. Replacing over 21,000 LF of mainline water /9,000 LF of mainline sewer, and over 186 home water and sewer services. Watermain will be replaced by directional boring and open cup installations. We are also making upgrades on the city water tower and pump house with mixer system improvements and control panel upgrades. The roads of Waubun will see significant improvement as we have been removing organic material as we go and replacing it with granular borrow. Project is scheduled to be substantially complete in the fall of 2019.

Wolverton Creek Restoration and Sediment Reduction Project Phase 1

is a grading project in which 7.3 miles od creek channel are transformed into a 100 foot wide valley with a 16 foot meandering channel which is stabilized with sod mats. It is the first phase of a $10.4 million restoration project through the Buffalo Red River Watershed District. The project includes 271,000 cubic yards of channel excavation, 21,000 square yards of sod mats, over 3,000 feet of culvert installation and 243 acres of seeding. The project should be completed by the end of July 2019.

Glyndon Parke Ave Reconstruction

This project is a complete reconstruction of a mile long section of Parke Ave. Sewer and water services will be replaces, along with installation of a new storm sewer system. Other improvements include sidewalk, a multi-use path, and school crossing signals. This project work is phased to minimize disruption to the public. The project goal is to have the phases that connect to DGF School to HWY 10 complete before school starts in fall of 2019, the full project being complete before winter. The new road will be comprised of Fabric/Drain Tile/24” of Aggregate Base/7”Asphalt.

Glyndon Parke Ave Reconstruction

This project is a complete reconstruction of a mile long section of Parke Ave. Sewer and water services will be replaces, along with installation of a new storm sewer system. Other improvements include sidewalk, a multi-use path, and school crossing signals. This project work is phased to minimize disruption to the public. The project goal is to have the phases that connect to DGF School to HWY 10 complete before school starts in fall of 2019, the full project being complete before winter. The new road will be comprised of Fabric/Drain Tile/24” of Aggregate Base/7”Asphalt.

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