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Highline Water Main Replacement Project Phase 2

This project is limited to the replacement of approximately 25,000 L.F. of water pipeline including all fittings, valves, water services, hydrants, and appurtenances, providing traffic control, performing utility location and verification (excavating, exposing, and verifying top, bottom, and side of utility facilities); all pavement removal and disposal, all earthwork (including trenching, material or select native material), compacting, protecting in place or removing and replacing all existing utilities, trees, and public and private improvements; replacing all asphalt concrete pavement including asphalt concrete overlays, pavement striping, restriping; testing and disinfecting all pipelines; replacing destroyed survey monuments; disposing of excess soil and rock material and restoring all areas and improvements to pre-construction conditions.

Expected Completion Date: December 2017

Colton Ave & 6th St Non-potable Pipeline Project

Installation of approximately 17,090 lineal feet of 8 inch and 12 inch non-potable water pipeline.  The pipeline will be completed within two projects, with the Colton Avenue & 6th Street Non-Potable Pipeline Project being Phase 1 and the Nevada Street & Lugonia Avenue Non-Potable Pipeline Project being Phase 2.

Expected Completion Date: April 2016 (Phase 1)

Texas Street Reservoir Non-Potable Booster Station

The City intends to construct the new facility at its existing Texas Street Reservoir complex.  The Texas Street Reservoir facility is located near the intersection of West Pennsylvania Avenue and Texas Street in Redlands, California.  The facility consists of the 1 MG Texas Street Reservoir, potable water pump station, GAC treatment facility, two groundwater wells, and non-potable water reservoirs and booster pump station.  As part of the Project, the existing non-potable reservoirs and booster pump stations will be demolished.

Expected Completion Date: June 2015

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Mill Creek No. 2A Well Rehabilitation

Mill Creek No. 2A well is located off Hwy 38 east of Mountain Home Village. Current well equipment is oil-lube construction consisting of 235’ of 8”x2-1/2”x1-1/2” column, tube and shafting (20 ft. length) with 2 stage 12JKH bowl assembly, 8”x16.5” Ingersoll Rand cast iron discharge head. City intends to change over to water-lube construction re-using the Ingersoll Rand discharge head converting to water-lube construction.

Expected Completion Date: April 2016

Chicken Hill Well Rehabilitation

City is pulling Chicken Hill well for maintenance once the tear down report is completed and returned for evaluation. City will make its decision on what equipment will be rebuilt and/or replaced with new, also after the first down-hole well video is complete City will make a decision for the brush and bail portion. City recommends the bidder takes a look at the job site for equipment access.

Expected Completion Date: May 2016

Under Construction

Crafton Hills Reservoir Recoating & Improvement Project

The project includes removal and recoating of the interior and exterior of the 1 million gallon welded steel tank. Other improvements to the tank include installation of a new exterior spiral staircase, interior ladder, perimeter guardrail, 36" flush type cleanout and manway, cathodic protection system, and chlorine injection system. Site improvements include new perimeter chain link fence and access gate, site grading, and removal and replacement of AC pavement and dike.

Expected Completion Date: April 2016

2014 CIP Water, Non-Potable Water & Sewer Pipeline Project

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This project consists of water pipeline replacement, non-potable water pipeline installation and sewer pipeline replacement and repairs at multiple locations throughout the City.

The scope of work for this project is the installation of approximately 16,500 linear feet of 8” pipeline, 1,285 linear feet of 6" pipeline, 408 linear feet of 8" sewer pipeline and 1284 lineal feet of cured-in-place-pipe (CIPP) for sewer lining.

The work shall consist of all traffic control (including furnishing and installing all arrowboards, barricades, signs, delineators, and flagmen); all utility location and verification (excavating, exposing, and verifying top, bottom, and side of utility facilities); all pavement removal and disposal; all earthwork (including trenching, shoring, sloping, bedding, and backfilling including select imported material or select native material); compacting; furnishing and installing all pipe, fittings, and appurtenances; protecting in place or removing and replacing all existing utilities, trees, and public and private improvements; replacing all asphalt concrete pavement including asphalt concrete overlays; pavement striping restriping; testing and disinfecting all pipelines; replacing destroyed survey monuments; disposing of excess soil and rock material and restoring all areas and improvements to pre-construction conditions.

Expected Completion Date: January 2016

Completed

Ward Way Reservoir Recoating and Improvement Project

This project consists of reservoir improvements which include rehabilitation of the reservoir and the addition of necessary supplemental features.  Upon completion, the project will increase the reliability of your water system, increase water quality, and increase the longevity of this reservoir.

Completion Date: June 2015 

2013 CIP Water Pipeline Replacement Project - Phase 2

Replacement of water pipelines and appurtenances at 15 locations throughout the City. The scope of work for this project is the installation of approximately 14,300 linear feet of 8” pipeline, 1,000 linear feet of 12" pipeline and 2,500 linear feet of 16" pipeline.

The work shall consist of all traffic control (including furnishing and installing all arrowboards, barricades, signs, delineators, and flagmen); all utility location and verification (excavating, exposing, and verifying top, bottom, and side of utility facilities); all pavement removal and disposal; all earthwork (including trenching, shoring, sloping, bedding, and backfilling including select imported material or select native material); compacting; furnishing and installing all pipe, fittings, and appurtenances; protecting in place or removing and replacing all existing utilities, trees, and public and private improvements; replacing all asphalt concrete pavement including asphalt concrete overlays; pavement striping restriping; testing and disinfecting all pipelines; replacing destroyed survey monuments; disposing of excess soil and rock material and restoring all areas and improvements to pre-construction conditions.

Completion Date: April 2015 

 

 

 

 

 

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