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Completion and delivery of this sewer line is the largest economic development opportunity in and for the state of Nebraska for the next two decades.
See behind-the-scenes imagery of the project in motion.
Agency board members "breaking ground" at a dirt-turning event at the Springfield Community Center in April of 2022
General contractor, S.M. Hentges, breaks ground near the existing Springfield Wastewater Treatment Plant to build Phase One of a sewer system that will operate effectively for years to come.
Former railroad property, just north of Platteview Road, before breaking ground.
Excavation of the launching shaft, which would become the access point for boring equipment, on the north side of Platteview Road.
The inlet structure for the cold water blowdown line of the equalization basin, east of the existing Springfield Treatment Plant.
The former railroad property, just north of Platteview Road, in construction progress.
Installation of a road crossing's steel casing, which protects the carrier pipes from long term damage.
Crew advancing the steel casing across Platteview Road.
A hydro excavating machine, drawing groundwater from Platteview Road's launching shaft.
Crew installing a trench box and shoring equipment that ensure that they stay safe when positioning new buildouts.
This is a drill rig, removing soil borings in a non-invasive way to review the soil conditions before full-scale digging endeavors.
Two crew members are installing a manhole base, which are access points for maintenance projects, to ensure the sewer system runs efficiently for years to come.
The SCCWWA continues to operate through consistently systematic protocols.
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