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Corps awards contract for gate stem repairs at Jennings Randolph Dam

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has awarded Minnesota-based Alltech Engineering Corp. a $1.59 million contract to repair gate stems at Jennings Randolph Dam on the North Branch Potomac River in Maryland and West Virginia.

The Corps' Baltimore District seeks to replace four large cladded hydraulic slide gate stems with solid stainless steel stems. All water gland seals and all hydraulic gland seals are to be replaced.

Jennings Randolph Dam was built in 1981 to create an emergency reservoir for the Washington metropolitan area.

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