4-inch High Pressure Gas Main Extension and District
Regulator Station: Power Rd, McDowell to Thomas Rd
Project Number C10375
The City of Mesa awarded this project to
on November 19,
Fishel work this week consisted of trenching and installing
the final north and south pipe and the first segment of the
lateral at Northridge (south of McDowell Road) The trench is now
based paved to Northridge. This week traffic will be shifted to
the curb lane for both north and south bound motorist to
allow completion of the lateral tie-ins.
Construction on this project is anticipated to start
February 4, 2013 and be completed in July 2013.
Growth within the far northeast portion of City of Mesa's gas
system has resulted in the need for infrastructure improvements
to maintain gas supply during times of peak demand. The Gas
System Master Plan identified the gas main on Power Road as a
critical component of infrastructure required to meet the
natural gas demands for the 2013/2014 heating season.
his new gas main will consist of approximately
5,380 linear feet of 4-inch high pressure coated steel gas pipe.
This project will install the gas main along Power Road from
McDowell Road to Thomas Road. There will also be a gas district
regulator station installed on the west side of Power Road, just
south of Thomas Road. Once installed the new gas main will
become critical feed to the far northeast part of Mesa.
The recommended total award amount
for this project is $1,212,450.47, based on the low bid amount of
$1,102,227.70 plus an additional $110,222.77 (10% allowance for change
orders). Funding is available from the FY 12/13 Gas Bond