Infrastructure Matters: Improving Casper’s Street Utilities

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There’s not a lot of flashy things to say about improving utility corridors, but the design and functionality of their infrastructure matter. As residents of Casper, we were proud to be involved in proactively improving the infrastructure and facilities for the city of Casper, and you can be sure the job was done right, and on time.

For this project, we replaced existing 8” vitrified clay and 12” PVC sanitary sewer mains along with manholes and lift stations with like-sized pipes and manholes. We selected a design and solution that addressed deteriorated portions of the North Platte Interceptor, and new piping replaced the existing 12” steel and 16” ductile iron water mains.

From design to construction inspection, our background in municipal projects ensured this caused as little inconvenience to the public all while meeting the standards of the city of Casper and the high standards we hold ourselves to at Western Heritage. This was all accomplished while holding fiscal responsibility in high regard, developing a set of plans with common sense and having the city’s best interest in mind during all phases of construction.

Western Heritage Consulting & Engineering’s sustainable solutions help our clients address their development, municipal, water and environmental challenges by providing project management, design, design-build, construction management, permitting & coordination, master planning, easement negotiations, technical grant application, and funding development. A common-sense approach is what we strive for every time; we know that our clients need a solution in an efficient and effective manner.

 

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April 2, 2019