The Tahoe Reno Industrial Center, situated on a 107,000-acre park, is home to the largest industrial park in the world, encompassing a 30,000-acre complex. This development boasts some of the world’s largest factories and data centers, solidifying its position as a major hub for industrial activities. As part of ongoing infrastructure development, the project includes the construction of two essential pump stations. The first is a low-head pump station (Lower Pump Station), while the second is a high-head pump station (Upper Pump Station). Additionally, the project involves the installation of four pumps, each capable of pumping 10,000 gallons per minute. To enhance water storage capacity, a one-million-gallon welded steel tank will be constructed. The undertaking also necessitates the installation of 14,300 feet of 30-inch diameter ductile iron pipe, including a 110-foot 42-inch jack bore across USA Parkway. A potable water system, comprising approximately 4,550 feet of pipes of various sizes, a cathodic protection system, and a bore at the NDOT right-of-way, will also be implemented to ensure a reliable water supply.

Project Scope

  • Low head pump station (Lower Pump Station). 
  • The construction of a high head pump station (Upper Pump Station),  4 each at 10,000 gpm.
  • 1 million gallon welded steel tank 
  • 14,300 feet of 30 inch diameter ductile iron pipe, with 110′ 42″ jack bore across USA Parkway.
  • 4,550 feet of potable water system of varying size pipe, cathodic protection system and bore at NDOT right-of-way.