August 6, 2021 |

When the City of Rawlins let the bid for the complete rebuild of Walnut Street, staff forgot to include one very important aspect of the project: the replacement of the 90-year-old sanitary sewer line beneath the road surface. The omission was caught just in time by new Director of Public Works, Mark Carney.

The governing body approved a change order to allow for the installation of about 1,300 feet of new sanitary sewer line. The project remains under budget, and on schedule. Cali O’Hare reports.

Pictured above: Construction on Walnut Street in Rawlins. Photo by Cali O’Hare/Bigfoot 99.

Related: Rawlins City Council awards bid for Walnut Street rebuild

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