The pipeline that transports the water supply to central and eastern North Dakota will be made of coated steel.  The final diameter or size of the pipe will be determined by the end user needs.  Currently, the project calls for a 72” pipe to deliver 165 cfs of water, and is approximately 165 miles in length.

Other infrastructure and appurtenances along the pipeline such as pumps, valves, pump stations and more will be determined during final design to ensure a safe, effective, and efficient means of delivering water to central and eastern North Dakota.