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Posted on: January 9, 2018

CIP Monthly Status Report – November 2017

Ferric Chloride Station at the RWF
In November, 20 CIP projects progressed through various stages. Work began on the Digested Sludge Dewatering Project basis of design report. This $98 million project will construct a new mechanical dewatering facility by 2022 to treat all RWF biosolids.

Alternatives analysis work continued on the Aeration Tanks Rehabilitation, Fire Life Safety Upgrades, and Facility-wide Water Systems Improvements projects. The conceptual design progressed on the Filter Rehabilitation and Nitrification Clarifiers Rehabilitation projects. Detailed design progressed on the Advanced Facility Control and Meter Replacement Phase 1, Blower Improvements, and Cogeneration Facility projects. Additionally, the City issued Request for Proposals for design-build services for the Headworks Improvements and New Headworks projects.

Five active CIP construction projects progressed: Headworks Critical Improvements; Construction-Enabling Improvements; Digester and Thickener Facilities Upgrade; Iron Salt Feed Station; and Plant Instrument Air System Upgrade.

City Council and Treatment Plant Advisory Committee approved a $15 million increase to the construction contingency for the Digester and Thickener Facilities Upgrade Project.

CIP Monthly Status Report – November 2017
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