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Posted on: November 3, 2017

CIP Monthly Status Report – September 2017

Plant instrument air system being upgraded
In September, 18 CIP projects progressed through the feasibility/development, design, and bid/award stages. The Fire Life Safety Upgrades Project held its kickoff meeting. Alternatives analysis work continued on the Aeration Tanks Rehabilitation, Digested Sludge Dewatering Facility, and Facility-wide Water Systems Improvements projects.

Conceptual design commenced on the Filter Rehabilitation and Nitrification Clarifiers Rehabilitation projects. Design continued on the Advanced Facility Control and Meter Replacement, Blower Improvements, and Cogeneration Facility projects. The City advertised a Request for Pre-Qualification of Bidders for the Advanced Facility Control and Meter Replacement Project and re-advertised a Request for Qualification for the Yard Piping and Road Improvements Project owner’s advisor.

Seven CIP projects are under construction and all made progress in September. The Digester Gas Compressor Project successfully advanced through the Substantial Completion stage gate. Mobilization and preparation of equipment submittals continued on the Headworks Critical Improvements Project. Construction continued on the Construction-Enabling Improvements, Digester and Thickener Facilities Upgrade, Iron Salt Feed Station, and Plant Instrument Air System Upgrade projects.

TPAC and the Transportation and Environment Committee took action on the following items:
  • TPAC approved an amendment to the Master Consultant Agreement with Stantec for program management services and to extend the term through June 2023
  • T&E and TPAC accepted the final audit report entitled Audit of Environmental Services Department Consulting Services: Agreements Require Additional Oversight
  • T&E accepted the Semiannual CIP Status Report
CIP Monthly Status Report – September 2017
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