Weather permitting, we'll be starting a project tomorrow to cut into a 6" main line, set an RW isolation valve on a new 4" main line spur and then take that main 80' to the last valve of a very circuitous main line in order to feed the eastern half of a football practice field and some non-field areas of a football stadium. This will put these valves within 200' of the pump instead of being fed from a 1200' circuitous route off of a 3" main line. These first pictures show some of the prep work today of getting the isolation valve all set up. It's a 4" RW valve with Van Stone PVC flanges bolted onto the flanged valve. We'll end up glueing this into the line where we want it. Reason we're going this route is so we solvent weld all joints and don't have to pour thrust blocks.