Underground Utilities

Every project is backed by a broad foundation of experience and expertise. Clients are guaranteed quality performance and successful completion of all projects.

Installing over 4,500 miles of rural water pipeline, CCI has the reputation for being an industry leader in rural water. From startup of new rural water systems to additions to existing systems, CCI has the experience to successfully complete projects of any size through any conditions.

By extending a road bore, plowing through a difficult area, or finding another solution, CCI goes the extra mile to keep a project on schedule. A large fleet of equipment and skilled staff make it possible to move quickly to meet a system’s deadline in an efficient and cost effective manner.


City Water and Sewer services

  • Development | Installation | Startup


Lewis and Clark


Since 2016, CCI has been heavily involved in the completion of the Lewis and Clark Regional Water transmission and distribution system

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SWPP OMND Regional Service Area Project


Large 2 contract Rural Water installation project near Dunn Center and Halliday, North Dakota

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McCurtain RWD #6

Carstensen Contracting

In order to protect the installed piping CCI used screener crusher buckets to bed and protect the pipe. This installation process saved the project over $250,000 and expedited the schedule by several months.

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SouthWest Pipeline 3-1E

Carstensen Contracting

Install included deep water diving and anchoring the diffusion pipe to floor of the river. Also includes installation of 15 miles of 10” thru 8” PVC pipe from the existing water treatment plant.

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BDM Rural Water

Located in rural South Dakota, the BDM Rural Water board wanted to expand its services by bringing rural water to hundreds of farmers and ranchers who wanted higher quality water. The project included 200 miles of 2” to 10” pipe on a very tight schedule.

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Skyway Industrial Park

Skyway Industrial Park was a new Industrial Development in the City of Pipestone. The city recognized the need for additional space to attract new businesses. Working with the city early on in the process, CCI recommended using a Concrete Alternate. This was first time the city had ever done a concrete paving project with the dowel bar transverse joints.

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Ihlen Sanitary Sewer

The City of Ihlen is located on a rock shelf in southwestern Minnesota. The city’s sanitary sewer was installed as a force-main grinder pump system. Each home had an outside grinder pump installed and the sewage was force-mained to a mound system on the edge of town.

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