BElmont Water & Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation Project

This project includes the rehabilitation of sections of the City of Belmont’s sanitary sewer pipeline and the Mid-Peninsula Water District (MPWD) water pipeline and is managed under a contract agreement between both agencies. It includes the replacement of 4,200 linear feet of existing sanitary sewer mains with the 8-inch PVC and HDPE pipes in multiple locations throughout the City, utilizing both open trench excavation and pipe bursting construction methods. The MPWD work encompasses the replacement of 2,800 linear feet of existing water lines with new 8-inch Ductile Iron Pipe (DIP) and includes new service connections to residences and businesses along the alignment. It requires daily coordination with field staff during the pipe installation, pressure testing and final BacT testing. Both pipelines are located within residential neighborhoods, near schools, and at times within private property which requires significant public outreach.

 

CLIENts

City of Belmont

Mid-Peninsula Water District

VALUE

$2.6 Million