Prince’s Lakes, IN

Water System Improvements

This project included a 400,000-gallon elevated water storage tank to provide increased pressure and storage capacity, as well as enhanced fire protection for the Town. It also included 300’ of 24” water main under Driftwood River and 320’ of 24” water main under US 31 to provide a redundant water supply at critical locations since the system serves multiple entities including Camp Atterbury, Town of Trafalgar, Cordry-Sweetwater Conservancy District, as well as Prince’s Lakes. The project also included 8,000’ of new 12” water supply main and new high-service pumps to improve the reliability and efficiency of the water system.

The $5 million project was completed in 2021.