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Water Treatment Plant construction reaches milestone with embeds going into roadway at 16th Street S

Minot, N.D. – A late-project milestone is almost complete this week at the Water Treatment Plant, as placement of embedded steel anchor plates in the roadway will allow for future temporary flood walls to protect the plant during a flood event. This portion of the project was manufactured overseas and recently cleared customs on its way to Minot. As the project passes this milestone the city is one step closer to opening 16th Street SW to the public. “While there was a delay in getting this critical piece of floodwall infrastructure to town, the contractor has indicated that if all goes well they hope to have the road back open to the public right around Labor Day weekend,” said Dan Jonasson

Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection Project (MREFPP) Construction Begins on Phase MI-2A

Minot, N.D. – Work started this week on Phase MI-2A (Perkett Ditch Improvements) of the Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection Project (MREFPP). This is one of the first phases to be constructed as a part of the multi-million dollar flood risk reduction project being developed throughout the Mouse River Basin. This phase focuses on interior drainage improvements to manage the storm water runoff on the dry side of the proposed levees. The project scope includes improvements to the existing Perkett Ditch, storm sewer upgrades within 2nd Ave SW and the construction of a regional detention/retention pond. Leach Park and Hoeven Baseball Complex are intended to remain open throughout construction.

Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection Project (MREFPP) Construction Begins on Phase MI-2B

Minot, N.D. – Construction started this week on Phase MI-2B of the Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection Project (MREFPP). This is one of the first phases to be constructed as a part of the multi-million dollar flood risk reduction project being developed throughout the Mouse River Basin. This phase of the project will create temporary greens and tees on three holes at the Souris Valley Golf Course. The new features will provide the golf course with continued playability of all 18 holes throughout the duration of the Napa Valley phase of the project, which will directly impact the golf course starting in 2017. Construction of the Napa Valley phase is expected to be completed in 2019 or 2020.

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