As of Wednesday, the 76 mile pipeline is 21 percent complete.
Teams of workers have already begun drilling the water wells, completed 4 of 9 road crossings along the pipeline and constructed storage tank foundations.
Once complete, the pipeline will carry 20 million gallons of water a day from the 22,179 acre T-Bar Ranch Water Well Field in Winkler and Loving Counties to the Midland.
The City of Midland owns the land and water rights at the T-Bar Ranch Water Field.
Once the pipeline is operational, water should flow to the Tall City uninterrupted for at least 40 years.
The $200 million project is Midland's largest ever public works project.
The whole project is expected to be completed by June 1, 2013.