City of Zephyrhills US 301 Interconnect and Booster Pump Station

Project Description

Due to increasing growth, the City expects that its raw water production will reach capacity in the near future. As a result, the City entered into an agreement with the City of Dade City to purchase water to meet the City’s future potable water needs. This water will be delivered to the City through a water main and booster pump station installed on the west side of US 301 from Phelps Road to US 98. The elements of this project include the following:

  • Install approximately 16,000 linear feet of 12-inch PVC water main within FDOT right-of-way along the west side of US 301
  • Install approximately 1,300 feet of 12-inch PVC water main within the CITY right-of-way along Kossik Road.
  • Install horizontal directional drills at appropriate road and driveway crossings using high-density polyethylene pipe.
  • Install a factory-assembled package pump station that will include adjustable-speed pumping units installed on an exterior aluminum skid; pump suction and discharge steel piping complete with isolation, check, and air release valves; and a prefabricated electrical and controls building complete with controls, telemetry, power, lighting, and HVAC systems.

Jones Edmunds provided Construction Administration Services during the entire project which entailed coordination between both Municipalities and the FDOT, Review of Submittals, Part-time Resident Observation, Witnessing of Tests, Conducting Meetings, Administering Contract Change Orders, Training of City Operating Personnel, production of Final Record Drawings and Certification to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.

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