Spillway takes shape


The new labyrinth spillway being constructed to replace the old Lake Loramie spillway is progressing. Much of the new spillway has been constructed. An arched foot bridge spans the the top of the spillway. David Chamberlin, of Mount Pelier, operates an excavator on dirt that will all be eventually removed. The spillway cycles are in place as are training walls and wing walls. Builders are currently waiting for poured concrete to cure before adding more on top. The old spillway will be under water that will extend past the current spillway alongside the new spillway. The project is scheduled to be completed in the spring of 2018.

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The new labyrinth spillway being constructed to replace the old Lake Loramie spillway is progressing. Much of the new spillway has been constructed. An arched foot bridge spans the the top of the spillway. David Chamberlin, of Mount Pelier, operates an excavator on dirt that will all be eventually removed. The spillway cycles are in place as are training walls and wing walls. Builders are currently waiting for poured concrete to cure before adding more on top. The old spillway will be under water that will extend past the current spillway alongside the new spillway. The project is scheduled to be completed in the spring of 2018.
http://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/09/web1_SDN090617Dam.jpgThe new labyrinth spillway being constructed to replace the old Lake Loramie spillway is progressing. Much of the new spillway has been constructed. An arched foot bridge spans the the top of the spillway. David Chamberlin, of Mount Pelier, operates an excavator on dirt that will all be eventually removed. The spillway cycles are in place as are training walls and wing walls. Builders are currently waiting for poured concrete to cure before adding more on top. The old spillway will be under water that will extend past the current spillway alongside the new spillway. The project is scheduled to be completed in the spring of 2018. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News