RP-1 Outfall Relocation/Upsizing

Project Summary

The RP-1 Outfall Relocation and Upsizing between Chino Ave and Riverside Project is located in Ontario, CA. The project consisted of approximately 3,000 linear feet of 72-inch CML pipeline. The pipeline distributes reclaimed water. Project contract time was 240 calendar days and it finished on time.

The 72” reclaimed water line accomplished several things: New Water Supply – delivery of over 30,000 acre-feet per year (AFY) of this local supply; Enhanced groundwater- improved the quality of the Chino Basin aquifer; Drought proof supply- recycled water supply was not directly impacted by drought, but helps mitigate the impacts of regional and statewide water supply limitations; and Reduced dependence of imported water supplies- increased local water supply reliability and decreased water imports from the Sacramento Bay Delta.

Components/Tasks Managed:

  • Manage installation of underground piping.
  • Coordinate owner furnished material deliveries.
  • Schedule surveys, special inspections, and geotechnical reports.
  • Process/Record construction documents, RFI’s, and submittals.

Services Involved:

  • Bid Administration
  • Project Budget and Scheduling
  • Construction Management and Inspection
  • Agency Coordination
  • Submittal, RFI, and Change order management
  • Labor Compliance

Project Start
October 2014

Project End
June 2015

Project Value

Construction Manager: Dennis Lorton              Project Manager: Bob Weber

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