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Miramar Reservoir Pump Station Improvement Project – K-22-2058-DBB-3

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Miramar Reservoir Pump Station Improvement Project - K-22-2058-DBB-3

The project consists of improvements to the existing 100-million gallon per day (MGD) Miramar Reservoir Pump Station (MRPS) as well as addition of 1 megawatt (MW) of photovoltaic panels on Clearwell 1 at the Miramar Water Treatment Plant. The improvements at the MRPS include rehabilitation of six 200 horsepower (hp) pumps, assessment and rehabilitation of the existing pump cans (if needed), replacement of approximately 200-feet of 66-inch potable water pipeline, rehabilitation of the 48-inch pump discharge pipeline (if needed), replacement of the existing emergency generator, site improvements, electrical improvements, and HVAC improvements. The photovoltaic project includes the phase 2 of a two-phase installation of a commercial roof-mount solar photovoltaic power system on Clearwell 1. This phase 2 installation will increase capacity of the existing system by 1.24MW-AC.

Project Details

Location:San Diego, CA
Amount: $12.7M
Delivery Method:Design Bid-Build
Client Name:City of San Diego
Duration: 2022-2025
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