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Lake Piasa Booster Upgrade

Lake Piasa Booster Upgrade

8. November, 2011jcrw-projects, newsletter

 

The Lake Piasa Booster Upgrade, currently under construction, will be replacing the current below ground booster station at Lake Piasa with a new above-ground three pump station.

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Brighton Elevated Tank

Brighton Elevated Tank

23. June, 2011featured, jcrw-projects

Built in 1991, this 400,000 gallon elevated water tank is the largest water tower at JCRW.

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Swisher Road 8-inch Main Loop

23. June, 2011jcrw-projects, newsletter

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Completed in May 2011, this project tied two lines together to enable more water and better flow to the Shipman Elevator Company and the East side of the water distribution system.

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Piasa Creek Booster Pump Station

Piasa Creek Booster Pump Station

23. June, 2011jcrw-projects, newsletter

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The Lake Piasa Booster Upgrade, currently under construction, will be replacing the current below ground booster station at Lake Piasa with a new above-ground three pump station.

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Southland Elevated Water Tower

20. June, 2011jcrw-projects

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Completed in 1993, the Southland Elevated Water Tower project was constructed to provide more storage due to customer growth.

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St. Mary’s Elevated Water Tower

St. Mary’s Elevated Water Tower

19. June, 2011featured, jcrw-projects

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Completed in 2004, the St. Mary’s Elevated Water Tower enabled JCRW to provide 300+ customers in western Jersey County’s Fieldon/Rosedale area with water service.

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Beatty Mound Booster Pump Station and Ground Storage

23. May, 2011jcrw-projects

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Completed in 2003, the Beatty Mound Booster Pump Station was built to pump water to the St. Mary’s water tower, a 300,000 gallon elevated water tank that serves more than 300 customers.

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Godfrey Pump Station and Ground Tank

Godfrey Pump Station and Ground Tank

23. May, 2011featured, jcrw-projects, newsletter

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Completed in April 2010, this ground tank and pumping station was relocated from Hwy 67 for the I-255 corridor coming through the area.

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Dow Ground Tank

26. April, 2011jcrw-projects

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Part of the original system from 1972, the Dow Ground Tank is a 272,000 ground water tank that serves the Southwestern portion the water distribution system.

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FAP310 67 Corridor Project

20. April, 2011jcrw-projects

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Scheduled for completion in June 2011, this project paid for by IDOT was necessary due to the recent expansion of Hwy 67.

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