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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.

See the Segment 1 and Segment 2 flyover video

Agency board members "breaking ground" at a dirt-turning event at the Springfield Community Center in April of 2022

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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.

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Former railroad property, just north of Platteview Road, before breaking ground.

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Excavation of the launching shaft, which would become the access point for boring equipment, on the north side of Platteview Road.

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The inlet structure for the cold water blowdown line of the equalization basin, east of the existing Springfield Treatment Plant.

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The former railroad property, just north of Platteview Road, in construction progress.

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Installation of a road crossing's steel casing, which protects the carrier pipes from long term damage.

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Crew advancing the steel casing across Platteview Road.

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A hydro excavating machine, drawing groundwater from Platteview Road's launching shaft.

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Crew installing a trench box and shoring equipment that ensure that they stay safe when positioning new buildouts.

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This is a drill rig, removing soil borings in a non-invasive way to review the soil conditions before full-scale digging endeavors.

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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.

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The SCCWWA continues to operate through consistently systematic protocols.

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