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City of South Haven

Drinking Water Infrastructure - South Haven Project

Drinking Water Infrastructure, Wastewater, Storm & Sewer Improvements With infrastructure constructed in the 1960’s, utility systems in the City of South Haven, including drinking water infrastructure, were in very poor condition and failing. The City’s previous engineering consultant had focused only on a narrow scope in attempts to evaluate and identify how extensive the City’s […]

City of Sacred Heart

Sacred Heart Project

Like many rural communities, the age and condition of Sacred Heart’s utility systems were causing significant problems. The majority of Sacred Heart’s utility system, including a deteriorated sewer system, was more than 80 years old and failing.  A major overhaul of the City’s drinking water, wastewater, and storm water systems was needed to stop emergency […]

City of Raymond

Raymond Project

Infrastructure Improvements The City of Raymond needed to replace two leaking wastewater ponds, and securing additional funding was crucial to make the project affordable for the City. Bollig Engineering worked with the City to complete construction of three new treatment ponds, in addition to replacing the existing lift station pumps and constructing a new lift […]

City of Brooten

Brooten Project

As City Engineer, Bollig Engineering has provided design, bidding, construction administration, and construction oversight to multiple roadway and infrastructure projects throughout the City of Brooten. The projects have included watermain replacement, storm sewer, sanitary sewer improvements, sidewalks, new downtown lighting, and highway/street reconstruction projects. Industrial Park & Airport Improvements Historically, Brooten has been progressive in […]

City of Wood Lake

Wood Lake Water Tower

New Wells & Other Infrastructure Improvements (Phases 1 and 2) The City of Wood Lake was faced with an existing municipal well that was deteriorating, failing, and pumping significant amounts of sand into the drinking water system through holes in the casing. This required public works staff to reduce water flow to reduce the sand […]

City of DeGraff

DeGraff Project

Sewer System Construction The City of DeGraff lacked sanitary sewer infrastructure and instead had a network of privately owned and mostly noncompliant individual sewage treatment systems (ISTS). This precarious situation caused illegal discharge of untreated and inadequately treated sewage, and the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) issued a violation requiring the City to take action […]

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