Water/Sewer

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The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) directs utility line replacements and specific projects to address current and projected needs of the community’s water and sewer system. Following is a list of Current Projects underway and projects recently completed. Recent bid results are available here.

Kings Beach Service Relocation Information

 

 

 

 

 

 

Current Water/Sewer Projects - February 13, 2018

Total Project Budget value is all inclusive costs applicable to the project (those capitalized): design, fees, construction, management, inspection, contingencies, etc.  Figure shown includes all moneys previously spent and those currently budgeted for.  Figure does not include money earmarked in out years as shown in 5 year CIP focus.

Engineer’s Estimate for Construction does not include contingency.

Construction Phase

Carnelian Sewer Pump Station Rehabilitation (29-1615):  Full rehabilitation of the Carnelian Main Sewer Pump Station

Status: Pump station has been in full automatic operation since November 29.  Punch list work is progressing.  Final yard paving, restoration of paving on Onyx, and fence repair to be held over to spring of 2018.

·       Percent Complete: 100% (Design), 93% (Construction)

  • Total Project Budget (Design, Construction, CM/CI): $3,013,590

·       Awarded Bid Amount: $2,702,700

·       Progress Payments to Date: $2,424,298

·       Approved Contract Change Orders: $49,900

·       Operational Date: November 29, 2017

Design / Bid Preparation Phase

National Ave. Water Treatment Plant SCADA Improvements – Phase 3:  The 3rd, and final, phase of SCADA upgrades and added improvements.

Status:  Staff has prepared a list of project improvements which include: Documentation, Hardware & Electrical, and Programing.  The majority of these items don’t directly tie together, may be completed independent of the other, and are more “residual clean up” or “maintenance” items.

·       Percent Complete: 10% (Design), 0% (Construction)

·       Total Project Budget (Design, Construction, CM/CI): $175,000

·       Engineer’s Estimate for Construction: TBD (Design/Concept Phase)

·       Expected Bid Date: TBD

·       Expected Completion Date: TBD

Loch Levon & Steelhead Waterlines:  Watermains in these East/West running streets from Deer to East dead end of respective streets.  Continuation of District’s Kings Beach water main replacements installing large diameter mains in County R/W to abandon the existing small diameter backyard mains.

Status:  Project out to bid, permits obtained:

§  5,491’ of 8” Watermain

§  8 Fire hydrants

§  148 Services

§  9 Connections to existing 6” mains

§  27 Valves

§  Asphalt Slurry both streets, full width

·       Percent Complete: 100% (Design), 0% (Construction)

·       Total Project Budget (Design, Construction, CM/CI): $2,100,000

·       Engineer’s Estimate for Construction: $1,925,000

·       Bid Opening: March 27, 2018

·       Expected Completion Date: September 15, 2018

Watson Creek Water Main:  Large diameter main from “Garwoods” restaurant to “Watson Creek”.

Status:  District has secured a partnership with Southwest Gas (SWG) to participate in a joint trench venture.  District has committed to providing plans & specs to be incorporated into SWG bid project as a bid alternate.  SWG has pushed this project’s schedule to bid/build in 2019.

·       Percent Complete: 0% (Design), 0% (Construction)

·       Total Project Budget (Design, Construction, CM/CI): $1,000,000

·       Engineer’s Estimate for Construction: TBD (Design/Concept Phase)

·       Expected Bid Date: Early 2019

·       Expected Completion Date: Summer 2019

 

Completed Water/Sewer Projects

  • Kingswood Water Main Replacement Project
  • Secline Pump Station Rehabilitation
  • C-1 Wet Well and Dry Well Modifications
  • Carnelian Bay Water West Main Replacement
  • Zone 2 Water Tank Project
  • Tahoe Marina Estates Water Line Replacement Project (In conjunction with Placer County Erosion Control Project)
  • Cutthroat Water Main Replacement
  • Kingswood Booster Pump Station Stairs
  • Dollar Cove Water Treatment Study
  • Lincoln Green Water Line Replacement
  • Kingswood West Tank Security Fence
  • Beaver Street Water and Sewer Line Replacement Project (In conjunction with Placer County Erosion Control Project)