The project would construct two pipelines approximately 6.07 miles each and install three 8-inch excess flow valves and five 8-inch block valves. Each pipeline would be constructed of 8-inch outside diameter, buried steel pipe, coated and cathodically protected from external corrosion. Horizontal direction drilling would be used to construct the pipeline under two locations: (1) the Carquinez Strait and (2) Interstate 680 and the adjacent McNabey Marsh. Conventional boring would be used in four locations under roads and railroads, and open cut trenching would be used along the rest of the pipeline route.
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