BMU Gets Gear

Bryan Municipal Utilities will be getting a new boring machine from a Ditch Witch Midwest directional boring package. The Bryan Board of Public Affairs approved the purchase after a presentation from BMU Director of Operations Derek Schultz during the board’s meeting on Tuesday at the BMU offices on Edgerton Street. The package can cost up to $294,335.12 for the total cost and up to $15,877.12 dedicated to a 6% buffer limit on any material or supply-chain issues. It’s coming from delayed projects from the 2022 electric and water capital reserve budgets. The directional boring machine is planned to last 20 years and is currently scheduled to be delivered in the second quarter of 2023.

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