CLIENT: Bell County Kentucky Fiscal Court

Beans Fork Waterline Extension
This project included approximately 6,000 feet of 4” DIP waterline, an above ground booster pump station, and a 15,000 gallon water storage tank to serve 40 homes in the Beans Fork Community of Bell County.  

Laurel Fork (AML) Waterline Extension Project - Phase 1, 2, & 3
This project included approximately 40 miles of water distribution lines to serve approximately 76 residences that included three water storage tanks and three pump stations. 

Blackmont Waterline Extension

A 500,000 gallon tank, water treatment plant improvements, water distribution lines, two additional tanks, and two pump stations.  The system is operated by the Pineville Utility Commission. 

Fonde (AML) Waterline Extension

Approximately 3-miles to serve 30 homes in an extremely rural area of the county. Brownies Creek, Don Green Road, and Meldrum Waterline Extension to serve approximately 40 homes in various rural areas of Bell County.  This project also included a 10,000 gallon water storage tank and booster pump station.

Lick Fork Sewage Lift Station

This project included one sewage lift station, 2,000 linear feet of 12” PVC gravity sewer, and 200 linear feet of force main to serve a 200 home subdivision in Bell County. The $450,000 project was funded by a PRIDE grant to the Bell County Fiscal Court.

US-25E Sewer Extension / Caption D’s Lift Station

Project included three lift stations, over 6,500 linear feet of force main, 1,200 linear feet of gravity collection lines, and associated appurtenances to serve the US 25E corridor north of Middlesboro.  Project cost was $663,000.

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