FREDERICK AND SUBURBAN PARK SEWER REPLACEMENT PROJECT
30-INCH CORRUGATED METAL PIPE LINING PROJECT
Town of Portola Valley Street Surfacing Project - Summer 2012
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT 2010-11 Phase I
Replacement and Construction of Sanitary Sewer Mains along Atherton Avenue, Willow Road, Haven Avenue, the Ladera Easement, and the Corte Madera Force Main. Total project estimate $2,075,650.
The project was awarded to Shaw Pipeline Inc. of San Francisco for $1,687,523. The project is being implemented to rehabilitate the existing sanitary sewer gravity mains along Atherton Avenue between El Camino Real and Elena Avenue within the Town of Atherton; along Willow Road between Gilbert Avenue and Middlefield Road, and along Haven Avenue near 3723 Haven Avenue within the City of Menlo Park; and along an easement in Webb Ranch along Alpine Road within unincorporated San Mateo County. The project will also replace approximately 3,200 feet of sanitary sewer force main along Portola Road between Brookside Drive and Alpine Road and 386 feet of existing sanitary sewer gravity mains along Alpine Road between Portola Road and 4420 Alpine Road within the Town of Portola Valley. The sewer mains have reached its expected life and are in need of repair. The sanitary sewer will be replaced using a trenchless method or a traditional open excavation method. Where feasible, the contractor will utilize the trenchless method of pipe rehabilitation to mitigate the impact of construction to the general public.
See Phase I Map here
CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECT 2010-11 Phase II
Replacement and Construction of Sanitary Sewer Mains along Oak Grove Avenue. Total project estimate $1,400,000.
The project was awarded to Shaw Pipeline Inc. of San Francisco for $1,100,991. This project will rehabilitate the existing sanitary sewer gravity mains along Oak Grove Avenue between Middlefield and Laurel Street; along Haven Avenue near Haven Court; Scott Drive near Campbell Avenue; along Van Buren Road between Henderson Avenue and Menlo Oaks Drive; Lee Drive near Valparaiso Avenue; Crane Street near Crane Way; near the end of Hillview Drive; Sherman Avenue near Santa Cruz Avenue and near the end of Clayton Drive; along Isabella Avenue near Spencer Lane; Leon Way near Victoria Drive within the Town of Atherton and the City of Menlo Park. The project will eliminate chronic maintenance requirements; and shall reduce operations and maintenance costs. The sanitary sewer will be replaced using a trenchless method or a traditional open excavation method. Depending on the feasibility and condition of the existing sewer, the contactor will utilize the rehabilitation of the sanitary sewer using a trenchless method to mitigate the impact to the general public.
See Phase II Map here