CSO 6 & 7 Pump & Storage Facility

CSO 6 & 7 Pump & Storage Facility
 
Project

DLZ has designed a 1.1 million gallon storage facility which will be constructed by Grand River Construction (GRC) beneath the parking lot adjacent to Knights of Columbus. The project will also feature water main upgrades, streetscape and ADA improvements.

Time Line
July 25, 2014  -  Ground Breaking at Burton upon Trent Park

July 28, 2014 - GRC closed the Gause lot and started bringing in larger equipment, began work on the Lexington Ave. water main, and completed temporary parking striping on Waterfall.   

Construction will continue until November 2015.

Waterfall Dr and Lexington Ave will be impacted the duration of the project.
  
Contact

Tory Irwin, Utility Engineer, at (574) 293-2572

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Project Location
E Jackson Blvd, Lexington Ave & Waterfall Dr
 
 
Downtown Parking

View CSO 6 & 7 Temporary Parking in a larger map

 
 Map Legend
 
CSO 6 7 Parking Closed Parking Lot Closed
CSO 6 7 Parking No Change No Change
CSO 6 7 Parking Angled Parking Angled Parking
CSO 6 7 Parking New Parking Lot

New Parking Lot

 
  
See the 1 million gallon storage tanks foundation walls being poured
 
 
  • News
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    Friday, August 29, 2014
    Mayor Dick Moore announced a project update on the CSO 6&7 Project.
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    Elkhart Mayor Dick Moore, along with project design and construction officials, is hosting a groundbreaking ceremony for the CSO 6&7 project. The event is set for Friday July 25, 2014 at 11:00 A.M., and the public is welcome to attend.
  • CSO 6 & 7 Pump & Storage Facility Project
    Monday, July 14, 2014
    The $7,000,000 project will be consist of construction of a one million gallon underground storage tank to hold a mixture of raw sewage and stormwater during rain events thus preventing raw sewage from entering the Elkhart River. When completed, the project will elim...
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