PRS Rehabilitation Phase II Project

OUT FOR BID

Note to Bidders: For the bid documents, visit www.crplanwell.com then click on “Public Planroom” and search by Bid Number J2014-11.

This project is the second phase of rehabilitating the District’s pressure regulating stations (PRS).  District staff completed the design in-house for the abandonment of two stations, Foxtail PRS and Tiburon PRS, and the replacement of two stations, Hamer PRS and Box Canyon PRS.  This project is currently out to bid for construction.  Construction is expected to be completed before the end of 2018.

Photo from the PRS Rehabilitation Phase I Project


 

Tract 15199 Waterline Replacement Project

OUT FOR BID

Note to Bidders: For the bid documents, visit www.crplanwell.com then click on “Public Planroom” and search by Bid Number J2017-24.

The District is replacing deteriorating waterlines with a history of main breaks.  District staff completed the design in-house to replace approximately 2,290 feet of waterlines in Pomegranate Road, Rancho Santa Ana Road, Susanna Bryant Drive, John Bixby Lane, and Ernest Johnson Circle.  This project is currently out to bid for construction.  Construction is expected to be completed before the end of 2018.

Photo from the 2015 Waterline Replacement Project


 

2018 Sewer Main CIPP Rehabilitation Project   

OUT FOR BID

Note to Bidders: For the bid documents, visit www.crplanwell.com then click on “Public Planroom” and search by Bid Number J2017-37S.

In accordance with the District's Asset Management Plan, the District is rehabilitating sewer mains using trenchless cured-in-place-pipe (CIPP) technology.  The project includes rehabilitating 3,113 linear feet of sewer mains and 11 sewer manholes.  The project also includes abandoning 235 linear feet of sewer pipe.  This project is currently out to bid for construction.  Construction is expected to be completed by Fall 2018.

 


 

Well 22 Project

IN CONSTRUCTION

Well 22 will provide the District with an additional source of groundwater that allows the potential phase-out of older, lower-producing wells. The District obtained an easement from the Orange County Water District (OCWD) to accommodate the wellhead facilities. The drilling and well development phase of the project is currently in construction. The District has also started the process to retain a design consultant who will prepare engineering plans for equipping the well. Drilling, construction, development, and testing of Well 22 is expected to be completed in 2018.

 


 

Fairmont Booster Pump Station Upgrade Project

IN CONSTRUCTION

The project is the replacement and upgrade of the Fairmont Booster Pump Station. The existing 44-year old pump station will be demolished and its two booster pumps will be replaced by eight, pumping to three different pressure zones. This project is designed to increase the District's capability to fully utilize either water source (groundwater from wells, or import water from the Diemer Plant), improving the resiliency, reliability and efficiency of the District's water system. A new building that will blend into the existing neighborhood will be constructed to house the pumps, as well as disinfection and electrical facilities. The project will also include refurbishment of elements of the Fairmont Reservoir. Construction is expected to be completed by November 2018.

Fairmont 1Fairmont Booster Pump Station - Architectural Rendering


Bore and Jack of Steel Casing for Pump Station Manifold Piping


Initial Placement of First Pump "Barrel"


New 24-inch Pipeline in Fairmont Blvd to New Booster Station