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

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Current Water/Sewer Projects - May 2020

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 monies previously spent and those currently budgeted for. Figure may not include monies earmarked in out years as shown in 5-year CIP focus.

Construction Phase

Kingswood West Water Storage Tank Rehabilitation (Project #2031):  Rehabilitation of a 500,000-gallon water storage tank in the Kingswood West subdivision.
Status:  Contractor mobilized. Tank off-line. Temporary tanks in service.
• Percent Complete: 100% (Design), 5% (Construction)
• FY 19/20 – 20/21 Budget (Design, Construction, CM/CI):  $430,000
• Construction Contract Award Amount: $315,800
• Progress Payments to Date: $0
• Approved Contract Change Orders to date: $0
• Expected Completion Date:  Summer 2020

North Tahoe Event Center (NTEC) Interior Paint and Carpet Replacement (Project #2046 and #2044):  Painting and Carpet Replacement at NTEC.
Status:  Paint Completed, see item E-3.  Carpet on order, anticipated to arrive in May 2020.
• Percent Complete: 100% (Design), 100% (Paint), 0% (Carpet)
• FY 19/20 – 20/21 Combined Budget (Design, Construction, CM/CI):  $120,902
• Construction Contract Award Amount: $16,600 (Paint), $81,901 (Carpet)
• Progress Payments to Date: $0
• Approved Contract Change Orders to date: $1,962
• Expected Completion Date:  Summer 2020
Active Design / Bid Preparation Phase

N-1 Satellite Sewer Pump Station Rehabilitation (Project #1952):  Project includes new pumps/motors, controls, generator, station valves/piping, new influent gravity main, and fence for scenic improvements.
Status:  See Board item F-3.
• Percent Complete: 100% (Design), 0% (Construction)
• FY 19/20 – 20/21 Project Budget (Design, Construction, CM/CI):  $1,250,000
• Engineer’s Estimate for Construction:  $711,040
• Bid Opening:  April 30, 2020
• Expected construction: Summer 2020 – Winter 2021
• Expected Completion Date: Spring 2021

National Avenue SCADA Improvements – Phase 3 (Project #1622):  Final phase addressing clean-up, documentation, and maintenance items to complete project.
Status:  Construction related portions of work have been completed.  Scope of remaining professional services work continues to evolve as areas of necessary SCADA improvements are identified by Staff.
• Percent Complete: 75% (Design), 10% (Construction)
• FY 19/20 Project Budget (Design, Construction, CM/CI):  $250,000
• Engineer’s Estimate for Construction:  TBD
• Bid Opening:  N/A
• Expected Completion Date:  Summer/Fall 2020

Cured in Place Pipe (CIPP) Rehabilitation (Bi-Annual Project):  CIPP rehabilitation of highest priority mains as identified through latest CCTV Inspections.
Status:  Project and Budget on hold due to other Sewer priorities.  Project will be removed from report next month and repopulated when recommenced.
• Percent Complete:  0% (Design/Permitting), 0% (Construction)
• FY 20/21 Budget (Design, Construction, CM/CI):  $0
• Engineer’s Estimate for Construction:  TBD
• Bid Opening:  N/A
• Expected Completion Date: Summer – Winter 2022

Base Facilities Emergency Power Distribution (Project #1953):  Provides Annex, fuel pumps, and shop power supply from Base emergency generator.  Project is partially grant funded (75%) through FEMA/CalOES.
Status:  Civil and Electrical design is in process.  Anticipate construction contract award in July 2020.
• Percent Complete:  30% (Design), 0% (Construction)
• FY 19/20 – 20/21 Budget (Design, Construction, CM/CI):  $280,000
• Engineer’s Estimate for Construction:  TBD
• Bid Opening:  Summer 2020
• Grant Required Completion Date: December 26, 2020

Kingswood West SCADA Hub Rehabilitation:  Full rehabilitation of platform, back-up power supply, cabinets, and all SCADA and Radio components.  SCADA hub located adjacent to Kingswood West tank and serves the District’s entire SCADA and hand-held Radio communications backbone. 
Status:  Design in process.
• Percent Complete:  50% (Design), 0% (Construction)
• FY 20/21 Budget (Design, Construction, CM/CI):  $250,000
• Engineer’s Estimate for Construction:  TBD
• Bid Opening:  Summer 2020
• Expected Completion Date: 2020

Easement & Vegetation Clearing (Project #2024):  Survey staking (marking) easement limits and subsequent vegetation removal as applicable for select locations as deemed applicable.
Status:  Multiple locations: Dollar Pump Access: Partnership with Caltrans established to remove vegetation interfering with sight lines creating unsafe vehicle turning movements existing Dollar Pump Station (onto Dollar Hill, SR-28).  Oxford Easement: Property owners committed to removing bear box currently impeding easement & access.  Once removed, easement clearing to commence.  Forest Glen/Lincoln Green: Survey marking in process.  D-5 Influent alignment: Survey marking scheduled, letters to parcel owners to be sent.
• Percent Complete: 100% (Design), 15% (Construction)
• Total Project Budget (Design, Construction, CM/CI):  $100,000
• Awarded Bid Amount:  $0
• Progress Payments to Date:  $0
• Approved Contract Change Orders:  $0
• Expected Completion Date: Summer 2020

National Sewer Pump Station Rehabilitation (Project #1953):  Full rehabilitation of sewer pump station.  The last of four (4) main pump stations to receive full rehabilitation in this current rehabilitation cycle.
Status:  Design in Process. 
• Percent Complete:  30% (Design), 0% (Construction)
• FY 19/20 – 21/22 Budget (Design, Construction, CM/CI):  $3,160,000
• Engineer’s Estimate for Construction:  TBD
• Bid Opening:  Fall 2020
• Expected Completion Date: 2021

In-Queue Design / Bid Preparation

North Tahoe Regional Park – Field #4 Rehabilitation:  Artificial turf replacement and drainage improvements per recommendations by Lloyd Consulting (Board presentation: February 11, 2020) (FY 20/21 – 21/22 budget = $1,575,400 pending grant application approval)

Carnelian to Watson Creek Water Main (Project #1820):  From 5000 N.L.B. to Watson Creek. Project timing dependent on Southwest Gas (SWG) & Caltrans. Project issues to resolve:  Alignment in right-of-way and prevailing wage requirements if District partners with SWG.  SWG anticipates a 2022 construction (FY 20/21 – 21/22 Budget = $1,500,000). Submitted grant application to PCWA for construction of this project.  Also submitted project for consideration for the 2020 round for Lake Tahoe Restoration Act funding.

Lake Forest #3 Water Main (TBD):  From Old County Road to 3800 N.L.B. Project timing dependent on Southwest Gas & Caltrans. Project issues to resolve:  Alignment in right-of-way and prevailing wage requirements if District partners with SWG.  SWG anticipates a 2022 construction (FY 20/21 – 21/22 Budget = $1,500,000). 
Submitted project for consideration for the 2020 round for Lake Tahoe Restoration Act funding.

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)