The City of Craig, Colorado has issued Request for Proposals for two separate projects at its nearly 40 year-old wastewater treatment plant.
The first project is asking for an electrical contractor to spearhead the replacement of a motor control center at the facility, located at 111 Ramney Street.
As part of that project, the existing motor control center, which is connected directly to a utility transformer just outside the plant, will be demolished.
The second project will center on the removal of an existing aluminum handrail at the site’s pretreatment and control building, as well as the current safety gates, chains, and all connections.
The replacement work will see the installation of a high-resistant fabricated steel handrail, along with new safety gates, chains, and other connections.
Built in 1983 and upgraded in 2008, the wastewater plant has recently been undergoing a number of general upgrades, including the building of a new dissolved air flotation pre-treatment system.
In August, members of the Craig City Council voted to approve a $120,000 contract for a software upgrade at the plant.
Both RFPs have a submission deadline of October 22.
By Garry Boulard
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