Project Description

This project involves the installation of new water main from Glenview Road to the South, removal of existing sanitary to be replaced with new, some storm sewer installation and the reconstruction of the road.

Friday, August 27, 2010

The water main installation is complete, filling and pressure testing has been done and the new main is being chlorinated and tested. Test results should be in Tuesday and then the contractor will begin water service installations to each home. On the day the contractor works on your service they will knock on the door to notify residents of the water shutoff. At the same time the contractor will be working on the sanitary and storm sewer systems.

Friday, August 20, 2010

The water main and fire hydrants have been installed. The water main will now be pressure tested and chlorinated before water service installation can begin. This is a several day process, so in the meantime, the contractor has started installing storm sewer.

Friday, August 13, 2010

The contractor is pulling the last section of water main pipe and will be making the connection to the existing water main. This connection is scheduled for Monday weather permitting which will require a water shutoff for 6 – 8 hours. Residents should receive notices on their doors today. After the connections are made, the contractor will install the fire hydrants. Then the water main will need to be pressure tested. It’s actually quite a simple test, in that the main is filled with water and pressurized to 150 pounds per square inch (psi). To pass the pressure test, pressure must be held at 150 psi for 2 hours. Once the pressure test passes, the water main gets chlorinated. Once the chlorination tests pass, the contractor can begin on water services.

Saturday, August 7, 2010