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 2005 Raw Water Delivery System Improvements
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Project IDWA05DELUP
Project Name2005 Raw Water Delivery System Improvements
Description

Several options are available to expand our current deliverable capacity of 39 MGD to 48 MGD of raw water from Lake Georgetown to our Water Treatment Plant (WTP).  Based on CDM's 2005 Raw Water Delivery System analysis, the most efficient way to deliver this amount of water to our newly expanded 48 MGD WTP is to replace the 3.6 MGD pump 1, 2 & 3 with new 7.2 MGD pumps, including a motor control center.  Also, required to deliver 48 MGD of raw water to our WTP is the replacement of approximately 20,000 linear feet of 30" CSC water line with the same length of 48" ductile iron (DI) water line. 

Budget$15,780,000
Project ManagerDon Rundell
Status
 Project Phase  Estimated Completion
Land Acquisition 
Design 
Construction January 2010
Architect
Engineer

Camp, Dresser & McKee

Construction Contractor

Garney Companies

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