Pasadena Reservoir Fill Line Rehabilitation
Project Number CP0337
The City of Mesa has selected
B&F Contracting Inc. at the Construction Manager at Risk
(CMAR). During Construction your contact for B&F Contracting
Inc. is Mike Elkins at (602) 361-2378.
Contractor has installed all of the liner pipe and has just
completed inspection of the pipe. The test flanges and wall
anchors hace been installed and the line was filled over the
weekend. Pressure testing will start this week.
Construction on this project will begin late April
2014 with completion scheduled for end of August 2014.
The City's Water Resources Department regularly inspects
water deliver infrastructure to monitor its condition and
facilitate prioritization of maintenance and improvement
projects. Recent surveys of the condition of the 42-inch
diameter pre-stressed concrete cylinder pipe (PCCP) waterline
for the Pasadena Reservoir (which fills the reservoir from the
Val Vista Treatment Plant) revealed evidence of deterioration in
the segment that passes through the Park Centre Casitas
development. Because the existing pipe line passes through a
developed area with limited clearance from existing homes, the
City determined that removal and replacement of the pipe using
open excavation methods is not feasible. It was determined to
rehabilitate this line by installing a new high density
polyethylene (HDPE) pipe, as a liner, inside the existing
deteriorated pipe. The liner pipe will support imposed loads
should the existing pipe further deteriorate over time.
The recommended total award amount
for this project is $1,795,802.93, based on the GMP proposal of
1,623,548.12 plus an additional $163,254.81 (10% allowance for
change orders). This project is funded by the voter
approved 2010 Water Bond Fund.