PROJECTS IN PROGRESS:
McKinnon Wellfield Tree Removal
Bid from MRSC Roster - Contract with Best Tree Services NW Inc.
McKinnon Wellfield Infrastructure and Pumpbuilding
This Project entails rerouting the McKinnon wellfield supply infrastructure and replaces an obsolete pumphouse with a new solid building that will allow for more robust control.
Bid closing was July 17 @4pm. Plans and Contract Documents are available electronically for free, or in print for $100. Check https://www.lfpwd.org/files/mck for the complete package.
Thank you for your interest in this project. No bids were received and we are presently evaluating our options of how to best complete the work.
We are currently installing water flow meters throughout the distribution system that enable us to monitor system demand in various pressure zones. This integrates with our telemetry system to provide real-time and historical information to better operate and diagnose issues in the system.
Zone Metering Monitoring
Well 2 - Pump Replacement and well Rehab
Due to a nearby lightning strike, the pump motor suffered damage and required replacement. During the replacement the well was cleaned, surged, and inspected. (Small works project awarded to JKA Drilling $30,150 - Jan 2019)
Well 1 - Pump Replacement
After having exceeded it's life expectancy, this project replaced the worn and failing pump in our primary well. (Small works project awarded to PumpTech $17,100 - Oct 2017)
NE 178th St - '#3713 to #3369'
A pipe replacement project to upgrade existing deteriorated watermain and avoid conflict with the City of Lake Forest Park's mprovements. Over 1000' of 2" HDPE watermain was installed and construction was managed cooperatively and concurrently with the City's construction.
NE 178th St and 180th St
This project replaced a failed valve cluster and upgraded watermain crossing 180th in preparation for the 178th St. watermain replacement.
Horizon View Backup Well Project - Brightwater- completed 3/14
Construction of backup wells, pump station, and transmission main to mitigate against potential Brightwater Tunnel leakage.
- Phase I of this project is complete. Trail widening and utility infrastructure to site.
- Phase II is completed and the system is currently supplying supplemental water to the district.
Ballinger Way PRV - Completed 4/13
Replacement of an aging and malfunctioning Pressure Reducing Valve (PRV) chamber that supplies water to the lowest zone in the district, the 'Beach Zone'. The new PRV chamber is located at the intersection of Ballinger Way and 175th