Sewer and Water Improvements - Phase I
This project involved the design and construction administration of the sewer and water extensions from existing sewer and water mains at the Forest Service Facility adjacent to the Missoula International Airport to the proposed National Museum of Forest Service History building (approximately ¼ mile to the west. The specifics of the project included the following: a 8” gravity and 4” force main sewer, a sewer lift station, two force main sewer creek crossings, a force main sewer blow off facility, an 8” water main extension and two water main creek crossings, a water blow-off facility, and two fire hydrants assemblies. The water and sewer system improvements were completed and await to be put on line in the year 2011 when the museum Phase 1 in scheduled to be completed.
Access Road and Parking Lot Improvements - Phase II
This portion of the overall site work of the Museum project included grading, compacting and placing sub-base & base gravels on the entrance road and parking lot. DJ&A, P.C. completed the design of the pavement area, placed the construction stakes and preformed the quality assurance testing on the compacted lifts of sub-grade and sub-base and base gravels.
The museum’s plan is to place (under Phase III) the concrete curb & gutter and sidewalks and pave the roads and parking lot immediately after the Museum building is substantially complete