Stamford, Texas, a small town located 150 miles west of Dallas, was experiencing frequent leaks in its sole water supply line. The city sourced water from manmade, city-owned Lake Stamford, 10 miles northeast of the city limits. The existing line, an 18-inch concrete steel cylinder pipeline, was installed in the early 1950s and was becoming increasingly problematic due to multiple and frequent leaks and the high cost of repairs. The city needed a new, leak-free pipeline that it could count on for the future water needs of its citizens.
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