Project: Lake Tapps Timber Flume Replacement

Client:Cascade Water Alliance
Contract Size: $5 Million
Anticipated Completion: March 2015


The Timber Flume is one of the oldest structures for getting water from White River to Lake Tapps. The flume had to be replaced with a concrete flume because the current flume was not effective because the structure continued to leak, and the system could fail and if it failed that means no water to fill Lake Tapps.

We replaced the existing wood flume with 2315 lineal feet of concrete. Work was completed in a 6 month time frame and final construction was in March 2015. Pease Construction and Cascade Water Alliance hosted a celebration dinner to celebrate a successful project and reward and honor those who made this project a huge success!



     
 
 

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