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2017 - 2021 CIP Program Summary As of Jun 30, 2017
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Project Name and Location RFP(1) Design(2) Award of Construction Construction Est.($M)
CIP Collection Systems (Interceptors - Rehab)
  CIP Collection System Systemwide        
Odor Control Facility Upgrades3rd Quarter 20191st Quarter 20201st Quarter 2021$2.2
Reconfiguration and replacement of filter media at 7 locations with synthetic media that does not require reoccurring replacement every 3 years
Pump Stations and Auto Regulator R&R Projects (2019-2036)3rd Quarter 20214th Quarter 20214th Quarter 2022N/A
Pump Stations and Auto Regulator R&R Projects (2019-2036)
CSO Culvert Inspection and Repair 12nd Quarter 20213rd Quarter 20212nd Quarter 2022$24.6
This project is part of an ongoing inspection and repair program on CSO culverts in order to establish a baseline condition, determine if repairs are needed, then design and construct the repairs.
Collection System Asset Renewal-21st Quarter 20203rd Quarter 20202nd Quarter 2021$4.0
The CSAR projects will effectively prioritize collection system repair based off a menu of sewer segments that are expected to have reached the end of their useful lives. The menu was developed based on the District''s asset management repair and renewal tool output. The CSAR-2 designers will review the list of choices and help us determine the sewer segments to inspect, design and repair. The designer will also help determine project packaging for the future CSAR contracts.
Collection System Asset Renewal-33rd Quarter 20214th Quarter 20214th Quarter 2022$4.0
  CIP Collection System Easterly        
Green Creek Culvert Repair4th Quarter 20211st Quarter 20222nd Quarter 2023$3.6
  CIP Collection System Southerly        
Burke Brook Open channel Improvements (BOCI)N/AN/A1st Quarter 2019$12.6
The Burke Brook Open Channel Improvements (BOCI) Project will enclose two existing open channels that currently convey combined sewage.
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CIP Collection Systems (Interceptors - Rehab) Sub-program Total $50.9
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CIP Combined Sewer Overflow Control Program (CSO)
  Easterly CSO Projects        
Doan Valley Relief and Consolidation Sewer17-Mar-16 A21-Jul-16 A2nd Quarter 2018$20.4
The DVRCS project will construct approximately 4,800 lf of 48 to 72-inch sewer to control combined sewer overflows. The project will also provide surcharge relief to the Doan Valley Interceptor (DVI) system to meet the desired performance during the 5-year 6-hour rainfall event.
Dugway Regulators and Relief Sewers21-Apr-16 A18-Aug-16 A2nd Quarter 2018$3.5
This Dugway Regulators & Relief Sewers (DRRS) project will be designed and constructed in order to meet specific CSO control requirements of Control Measure #6 as identified in Appendix 1 of the Consent Decree. When complete, the project will provide CSO control for the Typical Year storm events and flood relief up to the 5-year, 6-hour storm within the Dugway Interceptor system. The project will provide relief/consolidation sewer pipe ranging from 12-inch to 30-inch with installation methods including open-cut and small diameter trenchless methods; regulator modifications, a new regulator structure, and a new drop structure.
London Road Relief Sewer07-Jul-16 A17-Nov-16 A2nd Quarter 2018$38.4
The London Road Relief Sewer (LRRS) project will provide surcharge relief for sewers tributary to the Ivanhoe-Holmes Branch Interceptor along Holmes Avenue and London Road, and intra-community relief sewers on Roseland Drive and Green Road. The project will also control combined sewer overflows to Green Creek and Nine Mile Creek. The project includes relief systems ranging from 18 to 84 inches in diameter with a total length of approximately 15,500 feet.
Doan Valley Regulators / Relief20-Oct-16 A16-Mar-17 A1st Quarter 2019$9.0
The Doan Valley Regulators / Relief Sewers (DVRRS) project will be designed and constructed in order to meet specific CSO control requirements of Control Measure #8 as identified in Appendix 1 of the Consent Decree. When complete the project will provide CSO control for the Typical Year storm events and flood relief up to the 5-year, 6-hour storm within the Doan Valley Interceptor system. The project will provide open-cut sewer and storm pipe ranging from 18-inch to 72-inch, modifications at regulators, regulator reconstructions, and regulator abandonments.
Shoreline Storage Area Tunnel3rd Quarter 20184th Quarter 20181st Quarter 2021$198.8
The SST project includes the construction of a 21-foot diameter storage tunnel extending approximately 15,500 feet in length from its gated connection to the Dugway Storage Tunnel.
Shoreline Consolidation Sewer4th Quarter 20192nd Quarter 20202nd Quarter 2022$84.2
The Shoreline Consolidation Sewer project consists of approximately 11,700 linear feet (LF) of 114-inch-diameter sewer to be constructed along South Marginal Road from East 12th Street to its downstream connection to the Shoreline Storage Tunnel (SST) at Shaft SST-7 near Marquette Road. The SCS project will reduce the number of combined sewer overflows (CSOs) to Lake Erie by capturing and conveying CSO from seven CSO outfallsthat currently discharge to Lake Erie.
  Southerly CSO Projects        
Morgana Run Regulators and Rehab20-Aug-15 A04-Feb-16 A1st Quarter 2019$10.0
Morgana Run Regulators and Rehab
Southerly Tunnel1st Quarter 20212nd Quarter 20213rd Quarter 2024$269.8
The Southerly Tunnel (SOT) project includes the construction of a 23-foot diameter storage tunnel extending approximately 18,000 feet in length and controlled by the Southerly Tunnel Dewatering Pump Station (STDPS) to send dry and wet weather flows to the SWWTP.
Southerly Tunnel Dewatering Pump Station1st Quarter 20212nd Quarter 20214th Quarter 2027$29.8
The STDPS project includes the construction of a deep tunnel pump station that will dewater the Southerly Tunnel under dry and wet weather conditions. The pump station would lift flows from the deep storage tunnel to be conveyed by gravity to the SWWTP and will be roughly 80 feet deep.
SCSO-2 Kingsbury Run Consolidation Sewer3rd Quarter 20214th Quarter 20211st Quarter 2024$67.6
SCSO-2 Kingsbury Run Consolidation Sewer
Pearl Road/CSO-045 Storage Tank & Jennings PS1st Quarter 20193rd Quarter 20194th Quarter 2020$9.0
Pearl Road/CSO-045 Storage Tank & Jennings PS
  Westerly CSO Projects        
Westerly Storage Tunnel16-Apr-15 A01-Oct-15 A1st Quarter 2018$160.0
The WST project includes the installation of a 21-foot diameter storage tunnel extending approximately 14,000 feet in length from its connection to the Westerly Tunnel Dewatering Pump Station (WTDPS) near the WWWTC.
West 3rd Quigley / Westerly Miscellaneous CSO Control20-Apr-17 A17-Aug-171st Quarter 2019$7.7
The West 3rd CSO Control project includes a storage and conveyance sewer and tank to control overflows at CSOs 082 and 089, both of which discharge to the Cuyahoga River. The projects will provide CSO control for the Typical Year control events.
Westerly Tunnel Dewatering Pump Station (C)N/AN/A3rd Quarter 2019$28.0
The WTDPS is currently planned as an 80'' diameter, 36 MGD dry pit/wet well pump station to dewater the Westerly Storage Tunnel after wet weather events.
  CIP CSO Collection Systemwide        
Woodland Central Green Infrastructure Project21-Aug-14 A16-Apr-15 A06-Jul-17 A$9.5
The Woodland Central Green Infrastructure project includes new storm sewers and bioretention basins to convey and treat stormwater runoff from a ~148 acre total drainage area. This project contributes to the District’s plan for compliance with the CSO Consent Decree Appendix 3 control requirements. The conceptual design for this project includes two separate bioretention basins with tributary storm sewer systems. These bioretention basins are located in the City of Cleveland’s Central Neighborhood. The proposed bioretention basins will be sized to capture the water quality volume (WQv) from the contributing drainage areas, which is equivalent to the runoff volume from a 0.75 inch rainfall event according to Ohio EPA standards prior to discharge into branches of the Kingsbury Run drainage system.
  Easterly Plants        
Easterly Chemically Enhanced High Rate Treatment Facility02-Apr-15 A20-Aug-15 A1st Quarter 2018$125.0
The Easterly Chemically Enhanced High Rate Treatment (CEHRT) Facility is Consent Decree Control Measure 2. This facility must start design within 6 months of approval of the Pilot Testing Report. The Easterly CEHRT project includes preliminary design and then design of the new high rate treatment facility to treat CSO-001 based upon the findings documented in the Pilot Testing Report.
  Southerly Plants        
Southerly Optimized Parallel Treatment20-Aug-15 A04-Feb-16 A16-Nov-17$71.5
This project consists of modification to the existing treatment plant in order to accommodate parallel operation of the first and second stage aeration systems during period of high flows to meet the District’s Long Term Control Plan. This project also includes an evaluation, design and construction to protect Southerly’s infrastructure and assets during extreme wet weather events. In 2015, the District had bidding documents prepared for the rehabilitation of the main substation at Southerly. It was determined that this substation rehabilitation work should be bid with the Optimized Parallel Treatment project.
  Westerly Plants        
Westerly Chemically Enhanced High Rate Treatment Facility03-Nov-16 A20-Apr-17 A4th Quarter 2018$37.6
The Westerly Chemically Enhanced High Rate Treatment (WCEHRT) project includes preliminary and final design of the new high rate treatment facility. The District is required per Appendix 1 of the CD to commence design of the final facilities within 6 months of EPA approval of the Pilot Testing Report and issue a construction notice-to-proceed within 18 months of design commencement. Furthermore, the WCEHRT project was an agreed upon change during CD negotiations with EPA to the District’s original CSO control plan thus minimal planning has been done for the design of the final facilities. Considering both the aggressive implementation schedule upon approval of the Pilot Testing Report and the limited planning performed to date, advancement of the project prior to EPA approval is necessary.
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CIP Combined Sewer Overflow Control Program (CSO) Sub-program Total $1,179.8
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CIP Districtwide Activities
EMSC Interior Renovation ProjectN/AN/A17-Aug-17$0.8
The build-out of 5,000 square feet of office space in the EMSC garage and the modification of the existing men’s locker room. The work includes modification of the building’s mechanical, electrical and fire protection systems.
Automation Program Management Phase-117-Sep-15 A02-Jun-16 A4th Quarter 2018$5.9
This program will provide required upgrade and configuration of software for process control and reporting functions for compliance reporting and maintenance needs across the District. This Program will take a broad-based effort to improve control system equipment, data collection and documentation and maintainability of the control system and enhance overall system functionality and reliability. This contract will include Program Management services, programming, integration, design and CA services. In addition, Phase I will include the replacement of obsolete programmable logic controllers (PLCs) currently in operation at Westerly WWTP.
GJM Building Interior Renovation20-Jul-17N/A05-Oct-17$1.2
Renovations to accomodate increased staff for the Information Technology and Watersheds Departments; miscellaneous renovations to improve other spaces, replace carpeting and replace certain lighting fixtures.
Automation Program Management Phase-24th Quarter 20181st Quarter 20194th Quarter 2019$20.4
Phase 2 will include the replacement of the remaining obsolete programmable logic controllers (PLCs) currently in operation throughout the District’s facilities. In addition, the remaining items identified in the Process Control and Automation System Evaluation and Master Plan will be implemented per the recommendations identified in Phase I that will further enhance the District’s control system equipment, data collection and documentation and maintainability of the control system and enhance overall system functionality and reliability.
Building Maintenance Repair and Renewal (2019-2036)3rd Quarter 20214th Quarter 20214th Quarter 2022N/A
Building Maintenance Repair and Renewal (2019-2036)
GJM Parking Lot RepairsN/AN/A07-Sep-17$0.1
Modify parking lot to increase parking capacity and perform repairs to address the worst deterioration
CIP Environmental Contract3rd Quarter 20184th Quarter 2018N/AN/A
CIP Environmental Contract
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CIP Districtwide Activities Sub-program Total $28.4
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CIP Treatment Plants
  CIP Treatment Plants Easterly        
Easterly New Maintenance Building1st Quarter 20202nd Quarter 20203rd Quarter 2021$7.2
The project involves the design and construction of a new, stand alone maintenance building. The building will include new mechanical and electrical shops, weld and fabrication work area, stockroom with loading dock and centralized parts storage, and locker room and related facilities.
Easterly Service and Security Building Project16-Apr-15 A21-Jan-16 A20-Jul-17$2.5
Evaluate and install OSHA compliant parapets and/or railing of sufficient height and capacity on the roof perimeters, provide new roof for Service Building and rehabilitate exterior brick surface. Build new security office.
Easterly Bar Rake Reconditioning07-Sep-17N/A07-Dec-17$1.0
Recondition all 9 Easterly bar rakes, replace pin-rack assemblies, cog drive wheels and check for wear on bar rake main drive shaft replace were needed.
Easterly Grease Handling ImprovementsN/AN/A21-Dec-17$0.8
Demolition of the grease reactor and associated equipment, replacement of process piping heat tracing and insulation and building improvements.
Easterly Southerly Sludge Pump System (2011-0017)4th Quarter 20211st Quarter 20222nd Quarter 2023$6.1
Easterly R&R Projects (2019-2036)3rd Quarter 20214th Quarter 20214th Quarter 2022N/A
Easterly Roofing and Structural Improvments3rd Quarter 20214th Quarter 20211st Quarter 2023$0.2
Easterly Roofing and Structural Improvments
Easterly Screenings Building Improvements3rd Quarter 20214th Quarter 20214th Quarter 2022$0.1
Easterly Screenings Building Improvements
Easterly Weigh Scale (design-build)4th Quarter 20211st Quarter 20224th Quarter 2022$0.6
Easterly Weigh Scale (design-build)
Easterly Electrical Service Improvements02-Nov-171st Quarter 20184th Quarter 2019$16.6
Implement recommendations from the Easterly and Westerly electrical service study ta Easterly WWTP.
Easterly/Southerly Solids Handling Evaluation15-Jun-17 A19-Oct-17N/AN/A
Easterly/Southerly Solids Handling Evaluation
  CIP Treatment Plants Southerly        
Southerly Gravity Thickener Odor Control3rd Quarter 20194th Quarter 20194th Quarter 2020$3.6
Southerly Grit Removal System17-Aug-17N/A02-Nov-17$1.2
The purpose of the project is to provide a more robust and efficient process for handling grit brought to Southerly for disposal. This grit consists of catch basin cleanings and sewer cleanings from entities under contract with NEORSD as well as from District related cleaning projects through SSMO.
Southerly Second Stage Settling Improvements18-Aug-16 A05-Jan-17 A3rd Quarter 2018$22.7
Evaluate and address hydraulic balance issues. Structural rehabilitation and modification to the concrete tanks, collectors, return sludge line, weirs/troughs, dewatering pumps, access building roof, polymer feed system, skimming equipment, baffle chamber, channel blowers, air compressors.
Southerly R&R Projects (2019-2036)3rd Quarter 20214th Quarter 20214th Quarter 2022N/A
Southerly 2nd Stage Aeration Improvements3rd Quarter 20214th Quarter 20212nd Quarter 2023$23.3
Southerly Waste Liquor Handling Improvements4th Quarter 20191st Quarter 20202nd Quarter 2021$2.0
Miscellaneous building improvements and replacement of waste liquor pumps and compressors.
Southerly Maintenance Buildings Rehabiltation4th Quarter 20201st Quarter 20213rd Quarter 2022$6.1
Maintenance Building Rehabilitation includes HVAC, electrical rehab, lockers and replacement of roof.  Miscellaneous Equipment Storage Building rehab.
Southerly Site Paving Improvements1st Quarter 20212nd Quarter 20214th Quarter 2022$10.4
This project includes the replacement of the existing site paving.
Southerly Building Heat Boiler Evaluation3rd Quarter 20211st Quarter 20222nd Quarter 2023$3.0
Southerly Wet Stream Hg Removal3rd Quarter 20214th Quarter 20214th Quarter 2022$10.2
Southerly Demolition of Reactor/Incineration BuildingN/AN/A3rd Quarter 2018$2.5
Southerly Demolition of Reactor/Incineration Building
  CIP Treatment Plants Westerly        
Westerly Fire Safety and Code Upgrade: WCSI20-Jul-17N/A05-Oct-17$3.0
This project will integrate existing and proposed fire detection and wet sprinkler alarm systems into a supervisory system.  The integrated system will be monitored from one or two onsite locations and one remote location.
Westerly Fiber Replacement (APM)N/AN/A16-Nov-17N/A
Bidding and Construction Services for the upgrades to the fiber at Westerly.
Westerly R&R Projects (2019-2036)3rd Quarter 20214th Quarter 20214th Quarter 2022N/A
Westerly R&R Projects (2019-2036)
Westerly Settling Tank Mechanical Repairs4th Quarter 20201st Quarter 20212nd Quarter 2022$2.9
Rehabilitation of primary and final clarifiers ferrous materials. Some miscellaneous concrete, electrical and instrumentation work will also be required
Westerly PEPS VFD Replacement3rd Quarter 20214th Quarter 20213rd Quarter 2022$0.6
Westerly PEPS VFD Replacement
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CIP Treatment Plants Sub-program Total $126.5
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Non CIP Planning
Southwest Interceptor Local Sewer System Evaluation Study19-Oct-171st Quarter 2018N/AN/A
The purpose of this project is to better understand and evaluate CWA issues in the local sewer systems tributary to the Southwest Interceptor for purposes of identifying planning-level recommendations. Recommendations from this study, which will include capital projects, maintenance activities and policy recommendations, will assist the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District’s (District) member communities by prioritizing activities to address identified issues.
Cuyahoga Valley Interceptor Local Sewer System Evaluation Study1st Quarter 20182nd Quarter 2018N/AN/A
This planning-level SSES project will identify Clean Water Act issues in the local sewer system tributary to the Cuyahoga Valley Interceptor, develop and evaluate alternatives, and recommend construction and maintenance projects to support member community initiatives and the District’s Member Community Infrastructure Program (MCIP) and Community Discharge Permit Program (CDPP).
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Non CIP Planning Sub-program Total N/A
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2017 - 2021 CIP Program Summary Total $1,385.6
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(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
CIP 5-year Memo 2017

FROM:    Devona A. Marshall, P.E.
Director of Engineering and Construction

RE: Capital Improvement Plan (CIP):

       2017-2021  Projects

 

DATE:      January 1, 2017

Dear Potential District Vendors:

Thank you for your interest in assisting the District with the implementation of our 2017 – 2021 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 1/1/17, the anticipated construction project awards for the 2017-2021 periods are valued at       $ 1,320,992,937. The breakdown of the anticipated number of projects and contract award values by program area:

·         Collection Systems $29,237,167 (2%)

·         Treatment Plants $126,563,337 (10%)

·         CSO Program $1,054,420,160 (80%)

·         District Wide $110,772,273 (8%)

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 (http://www.neorsd.org) 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: http://www.neorsd.org/businessopportunityprogram.php.

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

Douglas Gabriel, Deputy Director of Engineering and Construction, GabrielD@neorsd.org

Robert Pintabona, P.E., Plants Design Program Manager, PintabonaR@neorsd.org

Doug Lopata, P.E., CSO/Collection System/Stormwater Design Program Manager, LopataD@neorsd.org

Rick Vincent, P.E. CSO Design Manager, VincentF@neorsd.org

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.

Sincerely,

Devona A. Marshall

 

Devona A. Marshall, P.E.

Director of Engineering and Construction