Rayfield

Estimated Cost – $980,823
Actual Costs – $618,720

Completion Date: July 2013

  • Engineered by Shafer, Kline and Warren of Columbia, Macon and Kansas City
  • Construction Contract awarded to Capital Railroad Contracting of Columbia, MO
  • Construction of Rayfield Sanitary Sewer Improvements project included
    • The construction of a new sanitary sewer lift station
    • A new four inch diameter force main to the Clearview WWTP
    • And the closure of the Rayfield Subdivision lagoon
  • The project also included replacing the collection system in Rayfield Subdivision to upgrade all lines to 8” diameter, improve accessibility, and minimize the infiltration and inflow (I/I) of storm and ground water.


Rayfield Subdivision is located northwest of Columbia on Creasy Springs Road west of Clearview Subdivision. Location maps and pictures of the project are posted below.

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  • Rayfield 1

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    Capital Railroad Contracting uses blasting to prepare to dig the lift station site

  • Rayfield 2

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    Capital Railroad Contracting uses blasting to prepare to dig the lift station site

  • Rayfield 3

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    Capital Railroad Contracting uses blasting to prepare to dig the lift station site

  • Rayfield 4

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    Capital Railroad Contracting uses blasting to prepare to dig the lift station site

  • Rayfield 5

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    Capital Railroad Contracting placing one of the wells for the lift station

  • Rayfield 6

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    Capital Railroad Contracting placing one of the wells for the lift station

  • Rayfield 7

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    Capital Railroad Contracting placing one of the wells for the lift station

  • Rayfield 8

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    Capital Railroad Contracting placing one of the wells for the lift station

  • Rayfield 9

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    Capital Railroad Contracting placing one of the wells for the lift station

  • Rayfield 10

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    Capital Railroad Contracting placing one of the wells for the lift station

  • Rayfield 11

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    Shoring is in place in order to allow workers to put the collection pipe together below ground level

  • Rayfield 12

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    The sewer line placement through the woods

  • Rayfield 13

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    Punching the sewer line under the road rather than digging up the pavement

  • Rayfield 14

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    The machine used to bore underground and install the pipe