The Libby Dam is a dam on the Kootenai River in the U.S. state of Montana. Dedicated on August 24, 1975, Libby Dam spans the Kootenai River 17 miles upstream from the town of Libby, Montana. Libby Dam is 422 feet tall and 3,055 feet long. The reservoir behind the dam is Lake Koocanusa; which extends 90 miles upriver from the dam. Lake Koocanusa was named for the treaty that was developed between the Kootenai Indians, the Canadian government, and the U.S. government to build the Dam and form the reservoir. It is the fourth dam constructed under the Columbia River Treaty.
Scope: Balance of air system that was rerouted to new supply air outlets
Location: Libby, MT
Owner: Department of Energy
Client: Green Water Energy
General Contractor: Green Water Energy
MEP Designer: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers