Molzen Corbin is currently working on the design of the rehabilitation of the interceptor and the required flood hazard mitigation measures. The existing interceptor will be rehabilitated using trenchless construction methods to limit the impact of construction activities to the community. Select locations are being slightly relocated to offset the interceptor further away from the river. Initial field work is being conducted by Molzen Corbin and specialty consultants to assess the required rehabilitation of the interceptor, subsurface soil conditions, locate existing underground utilities, establish easements for construction and maintenance of the existing and relocated interceptor, and topographic survey of sites where new facilities are being constructed.
FIELD WORK SCHEDULE
Closed Circuit Television Sewer Inspections: May 7-18, 2018
Geotechnical Engineering Soil Bores: May 21-25, 2018
Subsurface Utility Engineering: May 21-25, 2018
Manhole Condition Survey: June 2018
Ordinary High Water Mark Delineation: June 25-29, 2018. Staking is being placed in the field and we request that people not disturb these items.
Site Topography Surveys: July 2018
Sewer Line and Manhole Field Investigations: July 10-11, 2018
Additional Field Topography and Easement Surveying is taking place in November and December 2018
The Restoration of Existing Sewer Lines and Manholes Project is out for bid. Contractors may be seen along the project corridor examining the field conditions.
Easement surveying is ongoing for January-April 2019
DETAILED WORK SCHEDULES
Restoration of Existing Sewer Lines and Manholes
Hazard Mitigation and Stabilization for Sewer Lines
Lift Stations and Forcemains