Torrington, Wyoming

Cost:  $600k

Professional Service Dates: 1991-1993 Construction & Completion: 1993

Client: Goshen Irrigation District

AVI performed all planning, surveying, design, construction document preparation, and construction management for this project. The project goal was the design of a pumping facility, which could pump 33,000 gallons per minute from the Laramie River and transfer it to the main canal of the Goshen Irrigation District. The project included sump design, reinforced concrete design, pumping equipment and telemetry design, bank stabilization design, preparation of construction documents and all related construction management. Pumping equipment included variable speed and right angle drives with telemetry control set up from a remote location ten miles from the pumping facility.


They were particularly good working with the contractors. The skillset of the group was particularly strong with civil engineering and road/drainage designs, but not quite as strong in natural channel design principles. – Luke Schultz – Coal Creek Sediment Reduction and Bank Stabilization



Luke Schultz – Coal Creek Sediment Reduction and Bank Stabilization

AVI personnel working on this project have provided excellent service and good responsiveness. Very much team players and valuable as resources.

Marcia Murdock, AML Project Manager

AVI completed a very good report, detailing multiple surfacing options and developed cost estimates for each option — good job!

Kevin Stogsdill, PE-WYDOT Interstate 80 RECON

I was very impressed by the timely efforts including straightening out the problem R/W survey that had stalled the project for years.

Dan Lyons, PE-WYDOT Veteran Road

AVI is one of our best consultants. They have proven they can handle multiple projects at one time. WYDOT would be hard pressed to give AVI a project they could not handle.

Cliff Spoonemore, PE-WYDOT Snowy Range Road