CCI has secured work in the Southeastern Nebraska town of Peru. Having been hit hard by the recent flooding of the area, Peru sustained irreparable damage to its public water supply facilities. Although temporary solutions were implemented, these eventually proved to be labor intensive and cost inefficient. As a result, plans were drawn up and proposed to connect the city with the nearby city of Auburn. The roughly 12 miles of 8″ pipeline, along with appurtenances as well as a booster/treatment building and meter/control building, will provide a permanent supply of potable water for Peru for the foreseeable future.