Divers Go Deep for Denver Water Dam Upgrades

Baker, Ann
December 2010
Journal: American Water Works Association;Dec2010, Vol. 102 Issue 12, p30
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the renovation of Denver Water's Cheesman Dam in Colorado. Mike Miller, engineering manager of the project, explains how they carefully studied the renovation's processes to ensure the smooth upgrade operation of the 105-year-old facility. It also notes that the company's engineers have used the facility's original hand-drawn blueprints and photographs to understand the features of the dam as well as the kind materials used when it was built in 1905.


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