What are all those construction crews up to around the Niangua Bridge? Summit Natural Gas is boring under the Lake, putting in a 3,300 foot long pipeline as part of their plan to deliver natural gas to homes in Camden, Miller, Morgan and Benton counties. Summit’s Annica Russo says work started a few weeks ago:
Russo says bores will also be done at the Hurricane Deck Bridge on Hwy. 5 and Lake of the Ozarks Community Bridge on State Route MM. The three bores, each taking around a month to complete, are the most expensive parts of the Lake of the Ozarks project:
Boring at the Niangua Bridge began November 12th and is nearly completed.