GFPWD – Grand Forks Regional Water Treatment Plant – North Dakota - Project Profile
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Grand Forks Public Works Department (GFPWD) is undertaking the construction of a water treatment plant in North Dakota, the US.
The project involves the construction of a water treatment plant with a processing capacity of 20 million gallons per day on 16ha of land. It includes the construction of storage tanks, a reservoir, pumping stations, office and meeting rooms, control room, locker room, storage rooms, mechanical system and electrical rooms, maintenance and shop area, garage and related infrastructure, laying of pipelines , the installation of equipment pumps, chemical storage and feed systems, HVAC unit, emergency power generating equipments and the safety and security system.
Raw water will be treated using a combination of unit processes including pretreatment, ultrafiltration (UF), reverse osmosis (RO), lime softening, recarbonation, ozonation, biologically activated carbon (BAC) filtration, and chlorine/chloramine disinfection.
Advanced Engineering and Environmental Services, Inc. (AE2S) and Black & Veatch have been appointed as consulting engineers, EAPC Architects Engineers as mechanical engineer and JLG Architects as architect.
In October 2013, Grand Forks City Council (GFCC) was awarded a US$4.9 million grant in State funding through the Water Supply Program.
On December 2014, GFCC approved Final Design Agreement (FDA) with AE2S.
In April 2015, the State Water Commission (SWC) granted a US$30 million funding for the project and GFCC Approved Construction Management at Risk (CMAR) Project DeliveryMethod.
In May 2015, request for qualification (RFQ) was issued for the design and construction services with June 16, 2015 as the submission deadline.
In September 2015, GFCC approved CMAR Selection of Construction Engineers Inc.- Ulliman Schutte Construction and CMAR Agreement for preconstruction services. Construction Engineers Inc. and Ulliman Schutte Construction joint venture has been appointed as contractors.
On December 21, 2015, the Council approved the Design Engineering Services Agreement with the Advanced Engineering and Environmental Services, Inc. (AE2S).
On May 2, 2016, the city council has approved the Plans and Specifications for the project.
The tenders were issued on May 16, 2016. The approval of the Bids is scheduled for the May 24, 2016 Service/Safety Committee and the June 6, 2016 Council.
On September 27, 2016, public bidding was initiated by CMAR.
Construction works were subdivided into 55 Bid Packages to divide work into smaller components in an effort to increase local contractor participation.
On November 1, 2016, bid opening was completed for Bid Packages (BP) 1 through 55 (except Electrical Bid
On November 16, 2016, bid opening was completed for BP-26 Electrical.
As of November 2016, CMAR received a total of 166 bids for the project.
On November 30, 2016, construction works commenced with a groundbreaking ceremony.
The project is expected to secure funding from the government.
Construction works are underway and scheduled to be completed in 2019.
The project involves the construction of a water treatment plant with a processing capacity of 20 million gallons per day on 16ha of land in Grand Forks, North Dakota, the US.
The US$150 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a waste recycling unit
2. Construction of storage tanks
3. Construction of a reservoir
4. Construction of sewer pipes
5. Construction of pumping stations
6. Construction of office and meeting rooms
7. Construction of control room
8. Construction of locker room
9. Construction of storage rooms
10. Construction of mechanical system and electrical rooms
11. Construction of maintenance and shop area
12. Construction of parking facilities
13. Laying of pipelines
14. Installation of equipment pumps
15. Installation of chemical storage and feed systems
16. Installation of HVAC unit
17. Installation of emergency power generating equipment
18. Installation of safety and security system
19. Construction of related infrastructureReasons To Buy
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