IMCO General Construction of Ferndale has been awarded two contracts for the Tulalip Indian Tribe’s Water Pipeline Project, together valued at more than $8.5 million.
The company will install steel water transmission pipelines in several segments connecting the city of Everett’s water distribution system to the Tulalip Tribe’s water system.
Both projects are expected to take five months to complete once construction starts.
“We are looking forward to working with the Tulalip Tribe and are excited to get started next spring on another pipeline project in Snohomish County,” said C.J. Handforth, IMCO’s project manager, in a press release. “We’ve enjoyed the owners and surrounding communities on our work in that area and look forward to bringing the success from previous experiences to this project.”