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

NTPUD service relocation

 

 

 

 

 

 

Current Water/Sewer Projects - March 19, 2019

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.

Typically we only list projects in the construction phase but with construction wrapped up for the winter and next year's projects in planning, we have included those for your information.  

 

Loch Levon & Steelhead Waterlines:  Loch Levon:  from Deer to Chipmunk.  Steelhead:  from Deer to East dead end. 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. Project Statistics:

5,491’ of 8” Watermain

8 Fire hydrants

148 Services

9 Connections to existing 6” mains

27 Valves

Asphalt Slurry both streets, full width

Status:

All Water infrastructure is installed, except six services at the Steelhead/Fox intersection potentially requiring a modified installation approach pending easement solidification (TBD).  Remaining items to complete are: minor punch-list items, the six services noted above, and final slurry seal.  Project on Winter hold.

  • Percent Complete:  100% (Design), 96% (Construction) 
  • Total Project Budget (Design, Construction, CM/CI, etc.):  $2,250,000
  • Awarded Bid Amount:  $1,920,029.10
  • Progress Payments to Date:  $1,893,366.36
  • Approved Contract Change Orders:  $127,044.12
  • Expected Completion Date:  June 30, 2019.

Gravity System Rehabilitation:  Cured in Place Pipe lining of select gravity mains (standing biennial project). Mains for standing project determined through latest/greatest grading assessment immediately ahead of bid.  Mains to be completed this project round are Loch Levon & Steelhead.

Status:  Project awarded to Southwest Pipeline & Trenchless Corporation.  Schedule for construction is July & August.  Special inspection services awarded 2/12/2019.

  • Percent Complete:  100% (Design), 0% (Construction)
  • Total Project Budget (Design, Construction, CM/CI):  $792,000
  • Awarded Bid Amount:  $443,936
  • Progress Payments to Date:  $0
  • Approved Contract Change Orders:  $0
  • Expected Completion Date:  August 2019

 

Active Design / Bid Preparation Phase

National Sewer Pump Station Rehabilitation:  Full rehabilitation of Sewer pump station.  This is the last of four (4) main pump stations to receive full rehabilitation in this current rehabilitation cycle.

Status:  Preliminary Design Report in process.

  • Percent Complete:  3% (Design), 0% (Construction)
  • Total Current Project Budget (Design, Construction, CM/CI):  $180,035
  • Engineer’s Estimate for Construction:  TBD
  • Bid Opening:  TBD
  • Expected Completion Date:  TBD

2019 North Tahoe Regional Park Multi-Use Trailhead Improvements: Upper parking lot repave, Multi-use ADA trail from lower restrooms to tennis courts, ADA trail to “Treetops” concession, Gazebo rebuild.

These projects anticipate grant funding: FEMA – Gazebo rebuild, Multi-Use Trailhead – Truckee Tahoe Airport District (TTAD), Multi-use Trail – Placer County.  The District received $34,515 from FEMA for the Gazebo rebuild.  The District also entered into a partnership agreement with the TTAD in May 2018 for $320,000 in grant funds and has received $160,000 of the funds with the balance to be received in May 2019.  Staff submitted a grant application for $200,000 of Placer County Area 1 Park Dedication Fees which was approved by the Placer County Board of Supervisors on February 5, 2019.

Status:  Bid opening was moved to March 1st due to weather and road closures.  See item F-4 for project award.  This item will be moved to “Construction Phase” next month.

  • Percent Complete:  100% (Design), 0% (Construction)
  • Total Current Project Budget (Design, Construction, CM/CI):  $550,000
  • Engineer’s Estimate for Construction:  $482,385
  • Bid Opening:  March 1, 2019
  • Expected Completion Date:  July 31, 2019 (Upper Parking: June 16, 2019)

National Ave. SCADA Improvements – Phase 3:  Final phase addressing clean up and maintenance items to complete project.

Status:  Project scoping and design tasks continue.

  • Percent Complete: 30% (Design), 0% (Construction)
  • Total Project Budget (Design, Construction, CM/CI):  $175,000
  • Engineer’s Estimate for Construction:  TBD
  • Bid Opening:  TBD
  • Expected Completion Date:  TBD

D-5 Satellite Station Rehabilitation:  Rehabilitation of a pre-fabricated Smith & Loveless model 15 pump station.  Project will serve as model for other like stations.

Status:  Design approach and scoping completed.

  • Percent Complete: 25% (Design), 0% (Construction)
  • Total Project Budget (Design, Construction, CM/CI):  $200,000
  • Engineer’s Estimate for Construction:  TBD
  • Bid Opening:  TBD
  • Expected Completion Date:  TBD
 

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)