Project Completion Notice - August 8, 2019.
The sewer construction work on this project is complete.
Construction site restoration is also complete and is currently under warranty. MCES will monitor the restoration progress during the warranty period and make adjustments as needed. If you have further questions about this project, please contact us by email at email@example.com
or call Tim O’Donnell, MCES Project Citizen Liaison, at 651-602-1269.
Metropolitan Council Environmental Services (MCES) made improvements to extend the regional sanitary sewer system to serve homes and businesses in the city of Corcoran by building a new lift station in southeast Corcoran near the intersection of Brockton Lane and Bass Lake Road. Construction on the lift station began in June 2018 with final restoration completed in summer of 2019. The new lift station consists of an underground 32-foot deep, 12-foot diameter, prefabricated structure and two pumps. The project also constructed approximately 350 feet of new pipe to connect to the city’s sewer pipe to the north and MCES (Elm Creek interceptor) to the south.
Corcoran Lift Station Project Overview (PDF)
Corcoran Lift Station Project Map (PDF)