Projects In Progress

     

     

    Listed below are projects that are currently in progress. View recently completed projects.

     

    SVCSD Pumping and Piping

    North Bay Water Reuse Program- Sonoma Valley County Sanitation District Treatment Plant - Pumping and Piping Upgrade

    Date Started: November, 2016

    Contract Amount: $2,002,515

    Contractor: TerraCon Constructors, Inc., Healdsburg, CA

    Description: The Work consists of upgrades at the Sonoma Valley County Sanitation District Wastewater Treatment Plant outside the limits of the City of Sonoma.  The Work includes construction of approximately 3,000 linear feet of pipeline ranging from 12 to 18 inches in diameter, the addition of two vertical turbine pumps and one 1,980 gallon hydropneumatic bladder tank. Sitework also includes piping, vaults, electrical and instrumentation. 


     

     

     

    Isolation Valves

    Isolation Valves Seismic Hazard Mitigation

    Date Started: August, 2016

    Contract Amount: $4,332,100

    Contractor:  Ranger Pipelines, Inc., San Francisco, CA

    Description:  The Work consists of the installation of 14 intermediate butterfly isolation valves and 1 motor-operated valve throughout the Sonoma County Water Agency's 90 miles of water transmission pipeline outside and within the city limits of Cotati, Petaluma, Rohnert Park, Santa Rosa and Sonoma. The Work includes appurtenances such as air valves, valve boxes, cathodic protection, temporary line stop technology and thrust restraint.


     Dry Creek Ph III

     

    Dry Creek Habitat Phase III, Part 1

    Date Started: August, 2016

    Contract Amount: $2,297,681

    Contractor: McCullough Construction, Inc., Arcata, CA

    Description: The Work consists of habitat modifications within the Dry Creek Valley along .75 miles of Dry Creek outside the limits of the City of Healdsburg.  Work includes excavating backwater alcoves and side channels into the floodplain areas of Dry Creek.  We are installing habitat and stabilization structures composed of anchored logs and boulders and erosion control measures by seeding and planting of live stems and removal of nuisance non-native riparian vegetation. These features will create a thriving environment for the fish of the Russian River.  


     

     Dry Creek Ph II Construction

      

    Dry Creek Habitat Phase II, Part 1

    Date Started: June, 2016

    Contract Amount: $3,243,639

    Contractor: McCullough Construction Inc., Arcata, CA

    Description: The Work consists of construction of habitat modifications within the Dry Creek Valley. The Work includes excavating backwater alcoves and side channels into the floodplain areas of Dry Creek and installation of stabilization structures composed of logs and boulders. We will stabilize banks, plant riparian vegetation and trees and remove non-native vegetation.  In-channel features include boulder fields and riffles which will create a thriving environment for the fish of the Russian River.

     


     

    5th Street East

     

    North Bay Water Reuse Program - SVCSD Fifth Street East Recycled Water Pipeline Project

    Date Started: July, 2016

    Contract Amount: $2,040,486

    Contractor: Argonaut Constructors, Santa Rosa, CA

    Description: The Work consists of approximately 8,000 linear feet of recycled water mainline pipe, valves, appurtenances and service laterals.  The pipeline begins at the intersection of Watmaugh Road and Shainsky and extends east to Fifth Street. The project also includes extension of the pipeline to the City of Sonoma's Valley Oaks Park.

     


     Geyserville TP

     

     

    Geyserville Sanitation Zone Treatment Plant Photovoltaic Project

    Date Started: September, 2015

    Contract Amount: $145,000

    Contractor: Danlin Solar, San Rafael, CA

    Description: The Work consists of construction of a 150 solar panel array which will produce 46 kW.  This is enough energy to provide 80% of the electricity needed to operate the Wastewater Treatment Plant.  This project is part of the Sonoma County Water Agency's initiative to develop a model for locally owned, cost effective renewable energy.