Reclamation awards contract for work at Webster Dam

The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation has awarded a US$555,959 to Hartman-Walsh Painting Co. to recoat outlet metalworks at Webster Dam.

Webster Dam, part of the Pick-Sloan Missouri Basin Program, is on the South Fork of the Solomon River in Kansas.

Reclamation last solicited bids for the project in July, which includes the complete removal of existing coatings and application of a new coating system to elements including the interior and exterior of a 48-inch steel outlet pipe, handrails, ladders, slide gate bonnet cover, hydraulic hoist, cylinder head, gate hanger, hydraulic lines, bypass pipe, gate valve, ventilation piping, base plates, bearing plates, bearing shoes and related fixtures.

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