U.S. awards stoplog guide removal contract for Canyon Ferry dam and hydro project in Montana

The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation’s Great Plains Regional Office has awarded Washington-based Global Diving & Salvage Inc. a $3.34 million contract for stoplog guide removal at 50-MW Canyon Ferry dam and hydro project in Montana.

Canyon Ferry Dam was built in 1954 on the Missouri River as part of the Pick-Sloan Missouri Basin Project.

Work is to include removal of spillway stoplog guides and seats, including removal of mild steel rock bolts, stainless steel anchor bolts, grout and epoxy. The contractor also is to clean and store the stoplog guides and seats and furnish and place non-shrink grout in core holes.

In other news, the Bureau of Reclamation recently awarded Washington-based Knight Construction & Supply Inc. an $11.15 million contract for repair of spillway tainter gates at 15-MW Dexter dam and hydro project on the Willamette River in Oregon.

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