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2014 - 2018 CIP Program Summary As of Feb 28, 2014
Project Name and Location RFP(1) Design(2) Construction Construction Est.($M)
CIP Collection Systems (Interceptors - Rehab)
  CIP Collection System Systemwide        
Collection System Asset Renewal-120-Jun-13 A05-Dec-13 A2nd Quarter 2015$5.5
Kingsbury Run Culvert Repair19-Sep-13 A20-Mar-142nd Quarter 2015$4.5
CSO 069 & 071 Edgewater Gate RehabilitationN/AN/A03-Jul-14$1.0
Green Creek Minor Culvert RepairN/AN/A05-Jun-14$0.2
SSMO Pump Stations R&R Projects3rd Quarter 20164th Quarter 20161st Quarter 2018N/A
Collection System Asset Renewal-23rd Quarter 20174th Quarter 20174th Quarter 2018$8.0
  CIP Collection System Southerly        
MC-47A and CSO 236 SWO Relocations19-Dec-13 A01-May-144th Quarter 2015$5.3
CIP Collection Systems (Interceptors - Rehab) Sub-program Total $24.5
CIP Combined Sewer Overflow Control Program (CSO)
  Easterly CSO Projects        
East 140th Consolidation and Relief Sewer21-Mar-13 A18-Jul-13 A2nd Quarter 2016$50.9
Doan Valley Storage Tunnel17-Jul-1420-Nov-142nd Quarter 2017$130.8
Dugway Storage Tunnel16-Aug-12 A06-Dec-12 A06-Nov-14$170.0
Dugway South Relief and Consolidation Sewer20-Feb-14 A03-Jul-141st Quarter 2016$35.0
London Road Relief Sewer3rd Quarter 20164th Quarter 20161st Quarter 2018$21.3
Doan Valley Relief and Consolidation Sewer3rd Quarter 20154th Quarter 20154th Quarter 2017$21.2
  Southerly CSO Projects        
CSO 045 Preliminary Design06-Mar-14 A19-Jun-14N/AN/A
East 37th Street Pump Station3rd Quarter 20174th Quarter 20173rd Quarter 2019$8.3
Regulator S-8 Upgrade2nd Quarter 20164th Quarter 20163rd Quarter 2017$0.8
  Westerly CSO Projects        
Mary Street Pump Station Upgrade03-Oct-13 A06-Mar-14 A3rd Quarter 2015$5.6
Westerly Main CSO Storage Tunnel3rd Quarter 20164th Quarter 20163rd Quarter 2019$209.5
  CIP CSO Collection Systemwide        
Woodland Hills Green Infrastructure21-Nov-13 A17-Apr-141st Quarter 2016$16.5
Green Ambassador - Urban AgricultureN/AN/A04-Sep-14$5.5
Green Ambassador - Fairhill/MLKN/AN/A02-Oct-14$8.0
Union/Buckeye Green Infrastructure20-Mar-1407-Aug-143rd Quarter 2016$7.5
Green Ambassador - Slavic Village DemonstrationN/AN/A06-Mar-14 A$0.2
Kingsbury Run Green Infrastructure05-Jun-1402-Oct-143rd Quarter 2016$18.0
Industrial Corridor Green Infrastructure02-Oct-141st Quarter 20154th Quarter 2016$9.5
Green Infrastructure ProjectsN/AN/A2nd Quarter 2017$10.0
  Easterly Plants        
Superior-Stones-Canal CSO Improvements06-Mar-14 A19-Jun-142nd Quarter 2016$19.0
CSO-001 400 MGD Chemically Enhanced Retention Treatment Basin4th Quarter 20151st Quarter 20164th Quarter 2017$131.9
  Southerly Plants        
Optimized Parallel Operation W/ Chemical Addition and Disinfection (OPT 1)4th Quarter 20151st Quarter 20164th Quarter 2017$41.5
  Westerly Plants        
CSO-002 411 MGD Chemically Enhanced Retention Treatment Basin4th Quarter 20161st Quarter 20173rd Quarter 2018$35.0
CIP Combined Sewer Overflow Control Program (CSO) Sub-program Total $955.9
CIP Districtwide Activities
Building Space UtilizationN/AN/A21-Aug-14$1.6
General Engineering Services Contract 305-Dec-13 A17-Apr-14N/AN/A
District-Wide PLC Replacement04-Sep-141st Quarter 2015N/A$25.0
Environmental Lab 2N/A04-Dec-14N/AN/A
CIP Districtwide Activities Sub-program Total $26.6
CIP Treatment Plants
  CIP Treatment Plants Easterly        
Facility Plan Improvements Chemical Storage and Feed Facilities05-Nov-09 A15-Jul-10 A01-May-14$7.1
Easterly WWTP 20-year R&R Projects3rd Quarter 20164th Quarter 20164th Quarter 2017N/A
  CIP Treatment Plants Southerly        
REF Enhancements4th Quarter 20171st Quarter 20184th Quarter 2018$5.0
First Stage FST 1-10 Improvements17-May-12 A01-Nov-12 A18-Sep-14$45.0
Southerly Low Voltage EquipmentN/AN/A03-Jul-14$15.0
Southerly Main Sub Replacement18-Apr-13 A15-Aug-13 A1st Quarter 2015$11.0
SWWTC NPW Pumps RehabilitationN/AN/A17-Jul-14$0.5
Southerly MACT Compliance and Operations Improvements03-Apr-1405-Jun-14N/A$41.0
SWWTC Solids Equipment SalvageN/AN/A02-Oct-14$2.8
SWWTC First Stage Aeration Tank and Return Sludge PS Improvements02-Oct-141st Quarter 20152nd Quarter 2016$6.7
2nd Lift Station Improvements02-Oct-141st Quarter 20152nd Quarter 2016$6.1
SWWTC Gravity Thickener Odor Control01-May-1404-Sep-144th Quarter 2015$3.3
Southerly Emergency Relief System3rd Quarter 20154th Quarter 20153rd Quarter 2016$3.6
Southerly WWTC 20-year R&R Projects3rd Quarter 20164th Quarter 20164th Quarter 2017N/A
SWWTC Second Stage FST 1-10 Improvements4th Quarter 20161st Quarter 20172nd Quarter 2018$21.5
SWWTC Effluent Filtration and Disinfection Improvements3rd Quarter 20164th Quarter 20162nd Quarter 2018$43.6
Sludge Storage Tanks Improvements3rd Quarter 20154th Quarter 20152nd Quarter 2017$1.0
  CIP Treatment Plants Westerly        
WWWTC Structural ImprovementsN/AN/A19-Jun-14$0.9
WWWTC Ferric Chloride Tanks19-Sep-13 A20-Mar-142nd Quarter 2015$3.5
WWWTC Long Term Residual Plan17-Apr-1417-Jul-14N/AN/A
Primary Clarifier Rehabilitation3rd Quarter 20154th Quarter 20152nd Quarter 2017$4.5
Standby Power Improvements - Westerly, Southerly & SSMO4th Quarter 20161st Quarter 20171st Quarter 2018$1.6
Westerly WWTC 20-year R&R Projects3rd Quarter 20164th Quarter 20164th Quarter 2017N/A
Westerly Grit Handling Improvements4th Quarter 20172nd Quarter 20183rd Quarter 2019$9.4
CIP Treatment Plants Sub-program Total $232.9
2014 - 2018 CIP Program Summary Total $1,239.9
(1) Dates identified with A (actual) indicates Board Authorization to Issue Request for Proposal
(2) Dates identified with A (actual) indicates Board Authorization to Enter into Consultant Agreement

FROM:    Kellie C. Rotunno, P.E., BCEE,
Director of Engineering and Construction

RE: Capital Improvement Plan (CIP):

       2014-2018  Projects


DATE:      January 1, 2014

Dear Potential District Vendors:

Thank you for your interest in assisting the District with the implementation of our 2014 – 2018 Capital Improvement Program (CIP).  The format of the 5-Year CIP was designed to provide more information to our vendor community, including Small Business Enterprise (SBE), Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) and Woman Business Enterprise (WBE) companies that participate in the District’s Business Opportunity Program, to allow you to better plan your pursuits. This report is organized by Program Area (Wastewater Treatment Plants, CSOs, Collection Systems, and District Wide), and provides key schedule milestones (Design Award and Construction Award). It is our hope that you will find this more succinct format useful in your pursuit of District work over the next several years.

As of 1/1/14, the anticipated construction project awards for the 2014-2018 periods are valued at       $ 1,218,800,000. The breakdown of the anticipated number of projects and contract award values by program area:

·         Collection Systems (2%)

·         Treatment Plants (19%)

·         CSO Program (77%)

·         District Wide (2%)

The table above is updated monthly during the year to reflect the updated status of these projects


The District’s capital investment over the next five years is substantial and will require the work of many to achieve. To assist in delivering this aggressive CIP, the District has put into place numerous workflows and process improvements.  Over the next five years, these improvements will support expedited Requests-for-Proposals (RFPs), preparation of bid documents, and streamline construction administration of our critical projects.


We encourage all potential vendors to visit our website ( to obtain critical information about how to become registered with the District’s Business Opportunity Program as an SBE, MBE, or WBE, and review the current SBE, MBE, WBE registry for potential teaming partners at:

In addition, vendors may contact the following District staff for additional information on projects contained within the CIP:

Gregory L. Binder, P.E., Plants Program Manager,

Gary Hoffman, P.E., Plants/Collection Systems Design Manager,

Doug Lopata, P.E., CSO Design Manager,

The District looks forward to the opportunity to partner with many of you in the upcoming year, and the resulting successful implementation of our CIP program. The continued investment in our plants and infrastructure is key to maintaining our community and the sustainability of our environment and Lake Erie for future generations to enjoy.




Kellie C. Rotunno, P.E., BCEE

Director of Engineering and Construction