What Utilities are Available?
Industry Park water tower with a 400,000 gallon storage capacity, 12? diameter lines, 1840 gpm, static water pressure is 56 psi, residual pressure is 53 psi.
Provider: Platteville Water & Sewer Department
Distance to Main: Less than 100 ft.
Cost of Extension: size of the project will reflect price
Main Size: 12? ductile iron
Maximum pumping capacity of water system: 2,400,000 gal/day
Storage Capacity: 1,400,000 gal.
Any connection fees or pro rata charges: Yes. Time and materials for any tap over 1? in diameter.
Street opening permit with price set by Engineering Department, size of the project could determine no charge.
Water usage rate: Average: $2.05/100 cu. Ft.; declining rate depending on usage
Will wells be required? No.
Are off-site extensions required? No.
Platteville wastewater treatment facility has a design capacity of 3.6 million gallons per day, operating hydraulically at 33% capacity with 8? diameter lines.
Provider: Platteville Water and Sewer Department
Current average flow: 1 mgd
Maximum plant capacity: 3 mgd
Location of nearest outfall main: Less than 100 feet
Main size: 12? in diameter, BOD capacity 3,300 lbs/day; Hydraulic – 3 mgd
Will a lift station be required? Possibly. Typically, the developers install the stations and are turned over to the City for future maintenance.
Will off-site extension be required? No.
Connection fees, pro rata charges, front foot fees, area charges, etc., for connecting to existing main lines? Cost for time and materials for any tap over 4?. Street opening permit and fees set by Engineering Department.
Rates: Based on water usage alone unless the waste is high in BOD, then it may be metered and charged accordingly.
Provided by Alliant Energy with 4? diameter mains serving area and pressure of 60 psi.
Provider: Alliant Utilities
Distance to Nearest Main: Located in US Highway 151 frontage
Cost of Extension: Varies depending on usage
Natural Gas Rates: $.45/therm
Existing Lines: Two
Costs to the developer to bring service to the site: Minimal or no cost
Connection fees: Minimal or no cost
Requirements for propane storage: The State of Wisconsin has adopted national standards for propane regulations.
Jurisdictional authority for propane storage: Pamphlet #58: National fire Protection Agency.
3-phase grounded Y 12.47 KV, looped, supplied by Alliant Energy.
Provider: Alliant Utilities
Distance to Distribution Feeder: Within one mile
Cost of Extension: Depends on the company’s usage, Alliant will provide estimate
Cost to provide alternate feed to site: Depends on the company’s usage, Alliant will provide the estimate.
Total capacity of the substation providing service to the site: 25 MVA
Surplus capacity of the substation providing service to the site: 16.4 MVA
Is there an existing primary distribution feeder with sufficient capacity available at the site? Yes.
Is there an existing primary distribution feeder with sufficient capacity available at the site to provide a second source of power? Yes. The second source is from a different substation served by a different transmission line.
Will the utility company provide a looped primary service with manual transfer switches up to and including the transformers? Yes. With primary service Alliant will provide a looped primary service with manual transfer switches up to primary service tap. With secondary service Alliant will provide a looped primary service with manual transfer switches up to and including the transformers.
Will one or both feeds require the installation of a substation or transmission extension? No. Adequate substations and transmission lines are in place to serve the proposed loads.
Will the utility company provide, own and maintain transformers for primary or secondary services? With secondary service, Alliant will provide, own and maintain transformers. With primary service, Alliant will sell or lease transformers to the customer.
Will there be any on-site easements required? Yes.
Outage records for existing distribution feeders that will be used to serve the site: Alliant has not had an outage since September 1994 on the 12.4 kV distribution feeder, which serves this site.
Rebates available for use of high efficiency equipment or load management problems or other rebates that might be available for industrial or commercial service: Alliant’s Bright Ideas for Business Program is designed to help our customers save money by purchasing energy-efficient equipment or implementing process changes that enhance productivity. The dollar amount that Alliant commits is dependent on the energy savings of each project. If the energy dollars saved can pay for the project in five years or less, Alliant could front the entire cost with a three percent fee.
Alliant also has the engineering expertise to assist industrial customers with system design and analysis. We would coordinate the design and installation of different system improvements.
CenturyTel provides telephone services and fiber optics is available in the Park. DSL and T-1 line connections are available.
Distance to Main: CenturyTel trunk location on US Highway 151 to service Industry Park south of proposed site.
Cost of Extension: No cost to bring service to the site. Connection charge to connect a standard business line is $52 for the first line and $15 for each additional.
Local telephone company service rates and options: A standard business line is $27.00/month per line with unlimited EAS.
Centrex, 56K, 64K, T-1, and ISDN are available and priced on an individual contract basis. Telephone company has PBX
or key services available for sale or lease. Standard calling features are available.