Regional Environmental Sewer Conveyance Upgrade (RESCU)
Two key components of this project include the installation of a gravity pipeline and the construction of front-of-plant improvements. The $220 million gravity pipeline project will replace the 48-inch and 54-inch force main segments between Bair Island and the Silicon Valley Clean Water treatment plant. The $93 million front-of-plant project includes the construction of a receiving lift station, a headworks, flow diversion structure, odor control, electrical facilities and a storm water pump station.
Tanner Pacific is serving as the owner’s advisor, providing quality assurance services, and assisting the project team with document management, programmatic development of construction schedules and staging plans, review of piles and deep shaft designs for constructability, review of approaches to protect existing structures and facilities, and preparing an independent cost estimate for the second stage of the project.
Silicon Valley Clean Water (SVCW)