Grandview 56th and 57th Street STEP Sewers
This $3.34 million sanitary sewer project consisted of 12,000 lft of new 8-inch sanitary sewer placement with associated service lateral lines for residential dwellings, various types of new sanitary manhole structures, as well as 4,000 lft of 4-inch force main piping. The project also included two new one-MGD submersible pump stations. Minor drainage improvements were made along with many surface restoration features that included decorative landscaping at each pump station, various species of tree replacement, reseeding of disturbed areas, and HMA asphalt repaving of local streets. The project had extensive communications with the respective neighborhood associations throughout the construction phase to ensure complete satisfaction to over 100 residents impacted. Work was performed for the City of Indianapolis Department of Public Works. Funding for the project was provided by the Indiana State Revolving Fund.
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