CHEROKEE INTERCEPTOR STORM DRAIN CREEK FLOOD CONTROL

Location: ,KS,UNITED STATES
Project Type: New Construction
ProjectUse: Flood Control
Project Budget: 1,000,000 to 10,000,000 USD
Contact Method : With Contact Details
Name : Ralph Yaple , 700 FEDERAL BUILDING , KANSAS CITY , KS , 64106-2896 , Ph: 816 389-3264

Posted on :June 20, 2012
Last Updated :June 20, 2012
Bid Date: 18/07/2012

Description:

Water Piping,Flood Control,Sewage Piping

The project is part of the Turkey Creek Flood Damage Reduction Project and is located in Kansas City, Kansas. The contractor will be required to install storm water pipes to capture storm water runoff from surrounding hillside. The primary pipe extends along Cherokee Street approximately 1,900 feet and consists of 66-inch to 78-inch RCP. The primary pipe starts at the upstream inlet and extends to Turkey Creek, crossing Southwest Boulevard and a main line railroad track. Alignment of the Cherokee Interceptor will require coordination of utility companies, tunneling under an active rail line, control of storm water in and outside of pipes, and traffic control. A Davis-Bacon Act wage decision will apply to this contract.