Trans-Canyon Waterline replacement update

The Trans-Canyon Pipeline was built in the late 1960’s and supplies all of Grand Canyon National Park’s potable water./ CREDIT: Ryan Christensen – Bristlecone Media

By Tasha Anderson for Arizona Builder’s Exchange

The Arizona chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers held their February Luncheon on Wednesday at the because-Space for Life event center to discuss the Grand Canyon Trans-Canyon Waterline and the plan to replace it rather than fix the existing pipeline.

Guest speakers Kris Provenzano, Grand Canyon Program Manager for Water and Wastewater Infrastructure with the Unites States National Park Service, and Rich Thornton, Project Manager for HDR Engineering, updated the crowd on what’s currently going on with the pipeline project.

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