Skagit River Raw Water Pipeline and Clearwell
The Skagit River Raw Water Pipeline project includes construction of a new raw water pipeline and water storage tank, also known as a clearwell. IMCO crews are installing a 42-inch diameter pipeline under the Skagit River using horizontal directional drilling. Construction of pipe segments and tie ins 42-inch in diameter will be installed to the existing raw water pipeline and associated valves and appurtenances.
The project includes construction of a new 2.1-million-gallon welded steel water storage tank, yard piping, valves, instruments, appurtenances, and a concrete vault associated with the new clearwell. IMCO will coordinate the integration of instrumentation and controls, and SCADA programming and testing, and will provide assistance during commissioning of the new facilities.