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Water Tank Installation

SBCC was contracted through the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers (USACE) to engineer and build two new potable and fire distribution water systems for the Red Rock Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Fire Station and Red Rock BLM Campground. SBCC was provided bridging documents by the BLM, and completed the engineering and Nevada Division of Environmental Protection (NDEP) coordination necessary for permitting and constructing both systems. The Fire Station system included a 507-foot deep well, 6,000 gallon buried storage tank, 60 gallon per minute (gpm) booster station, pressure storage tank, 12,000 gallon fire storage tank and 60 gpm fire booster station. The campground included a 1,000-foot deep well, 6,000 gallon buried storage tank, approximately 3,000 linear feet of distribution pipe (2 and 3 inch HDPE), and 2,400 feet of communication cable. SBCC completed necessary engineering, including controls, pump sizing, valves, four pre-manufactured enclosures, UV disinfection, and filtration. SBCC also served as the general contractor.

Yard HydrantSBCC's contract included the design and construction of approximately 5.5 miles of new power line along Highway 159 West Charleston Blvd. from Sky Vista Dr. to the Red Rock BLM Fire Station and Campground on Moenkopi Road. SBCC completed Level A Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE) services to locate existing utility conflicts to build a new Nevada Energy power line from Summerlin to the BLM Red Rock Fire Station and Campground. Nevada Energy prepared the electrical design drawings and SBCC served as the contractor and construction manager. SBCC located existing utilities that would potentially be impacted by construction and then excavated to locate existing utilities of specific concern. The project included jacking pipe under Highway 159, and hard rock excavation running two crews to complete the project within the tight three month schedule.