AESI designed and permitted a 3,800-foot long 10-inch sanitary sewer outfall for the City of Stanley, North Dakota. This sewer outfall services the John Rian Addition (a 170-acre development which AESI also designed), as well as other future developments near Stanley. The project involved jack and bore crossings of a paved Township road and the BNSF railroad. AESI was responsible for the project surveying, plan and profile design, plans and specifications production, railroad permitting, and cost estimation. Challenges on this project included working within railroad right-of-way, selecting an alignment to minimize disturbances to existing infrastructure and vegetation, and maintaining minimum cover over the sanitary sewer pipe in certain areas while not getting too deep in others. AESI also provided construction inspection for the project.