Workers from Harry Johnson Plumbing & Excavating in Walla Walla prepare to install dozens of pallets of concrete pavers Thursday at the Tri-City County Club golf course in Kennewick. The work is the culmination of a city of Kennewick project to clean out sediment from an underground 72-inch drainage pipe and stilling basin from Zintel Canyon Dam, said Ken Nelson, assistant public works director. The open blocks of concrete will allow grass to grow through and are being placed across the fairway along Kennewick Avenue to allow access for future maintenance and cleaning projects of the pipe that originates at West Seventh Avenue and South Vancouver Street. The installation should take a couple of weeks.
Workers from Harry Johnson Plumbing & Excavating in Walla Walla prepare to install dozens of pallets of concrete pavers Thursday at the Tri-City County Club golf course in Kennewick. The work is the culmination of a city of Kennewick project to clean out sediment from an underground 72-inch drainage pipe and stilling basin from Zintel Canyon Dam, said Ken Nelson, assistant public works director. The open blocks of concrete will allow grass to grow through and are being placed across the fairway along Kennewick Avenue to allow access for future maintenance and cleaning projects of the pipe that originates at West Seventh Avenue and South Vancouver Street. The installation should take a couple of weeks. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Workers from Harry Johnson Plumbing & Excavating in Walla Walla prepare to install dozens of pallets of concrete pavers Thursday at the Tri-City County Club golf course in Kennewick. The work is the culmination of a city of Kennewick project to clean out sediment from an underground 72-inch drainage pipe and stilling basin from Zintel Canyon Dam, said Ken Nelson, assistant public works director. The open blocks of concrete will allow grass to grow through and are being placed across the fairway along Kennewick Avenue to allow access for future maintenance and cleaning projects of the pipe that originates at West Seventh Avenue and South Vancouver Street. The installation should take a couple of weeks. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Creating fairway access at Tri-City Country Club in Kennewick

March 24, 2016 5:54 PM