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Sewer Line Extension

 

Bradford, Vermont

The Lower Plain region of Bradford, Vermont, is characterized by residential and commercial development and an underutilized industrial park. Lack of access to the Town’s wastewater treatment facility has been an impediment for further development in the Lower Plain region and specifically in the industrial park. The Town initiated a sewer system expansion project to serve the Lower Plain region and to help attract new business. DuBois & King provided the design for the sewer line extension and worked with the Town to secure project funding.

The project resulted in the extension of municipal wastewater service to the Lower Plains region of the Town, which is characterized by commercial and industrial development including the Bradford Industrial Park. Final design was completed and permits obtained for 10,000 ft of 8-inch diameter gravity sewer, 7,000 ft of 4-inch diameter force main including crossing the Waits River, and a wastewater pump station. Long sewer runs, very flat topography, and close proximity to State roads and associated right-of-way resulted in a complicated sewer alignment design. Numerous sewer mainline and service crossings of Routes 5 and 25 required a jacking/boring operation to minimize disturbance to these State roads. The design included an approximate 300-ft crossing of the Waits River using horizontal directional drilling for installation of the 4-inch diameter HDPE force main. Professional services included assisting the owner with landowner coordination.

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