Huntertown flow-equalization project
Crosby Construction has been awarded a $2.4 million flow-equalization project by the town of Huntertown, Indiana.
The project includes a concrete equalization basin and effluent pump station that will help manage excess flows, improve conveyance, and further increase the capacity of the system.
Work will begin in August, and the completion of the project is scheduled for spring of 2015.
Located just north of Fort Wayne, Huntertown is one of the fastest-growing communities in northeast Indiana. The was town founded by William Hunter in the 1830s. Some of the nation’s oldest dependable weather observations were regularly recorded by an area farming family during the 19th century. Local lore has it that John Dillinger and his gang robbed the town’s bank in the 1930s.