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The project will replace water and sewer pipelines that are reaching the end of their useful lives, plus install a new 24-inch water pipeline that will be part of the Seismic Backbone for Water Support to San Francisco General Hospital in the event of an earthquake. In addition, the project will build curb ramps to facilitate accessibility in accordance with the Americans With Disabilities Act.
The water work to be performed under this contract includes the installation of 8-inch ductile iron pipe and 24-inch earthquake resistant ductile iron pipe. Individual residences will be connected to the new 8-inch pipeline.
The sewer work will include replacement of the main pipeline as well as the side sewers to individual residences. The side sewers and catch basins will all be inspected by a remote television camera and the findings added the sewer system database.
At the end of the project, the asphalt paving and concrete roadway will be restored.
Project Update as of September 23, 2022
Sewer Work has been completed along Prospect Ave. from Cortland Ave. to Kingston St., and from Esmeralda Ave. to Coso Ave.; as well as along Heyman Ave. from Coleridge St. to Prospect Ave.
Water Work is underway along Prospect Avenue, Coso Avenue, Coleridge Street and Fair Avenue.