The Engineering Division is working on several CIP projects, including:
Projects in Design
Championship Golf Maintenance Building Drainage and Wash Pad Improvements
A 2020 Capital Improvement Project, this project will improve surface and sub-surface drainage, construct a modern wash pad facility, and spot-treat pavement failures at the Championship Golf Maintenance Building. An engineering consultant has been hired to complete the design and is currently working with staff to develop construction documents for bidding in spring 2020, with construction anticipated in summer/fall 2020.
Martis Peak Road - Water Main Replacement
A 2020 Capital Improvement Project, this project includes slip-lining a 14-inch water main under State Route 28 and replacing aging steel water main in Martis Peak Road and Rifle Peak Court. IVGID Engineering staff is completing the design and this project is on schedule to bid in spring 2020 with construction in summer/fall 2020.
Tennis Center Renovation
On June 19, the Board approved for staff to begin the design of the tennis center renovation. The architectural, design and permitting services scope of work was approved at the August 14 Board meeting with the removal of Bocce Courts. The key project objectives are renovation of the pro-shop buildings and surrounding site to renovate aging restrooms, expand the pro-shop by enclosing outdoor kitchenette area, expand and enhance the deck area, improve wayfinding and flow of traffic through the Tennis Center. The Board selected a design development alternative on November 13. Engineering staff has reviewed 50% Design construction documents and returned comments to the Architect. Project permitting will occur in the coming months and the final design is tentatively scheduled to be presented to the Board on March 11, prior to advertising for bids.
Projects under Construction
WRRF Aeration System Improvements
The aeration process of wastewater treatment supplies oxygen to facilitate the biological activity that converts raw sewage into treated wastewater effluent. The plant has six-200,000-gallon aeration basins with two jet aeration clusters per basin. These clusters utilize pressurized air to mix and recirculate the wastewater and provide the necessary oxygen to the microorganisms. The pressurized air is delivered by multistage centrifugal blowers that are metered by electronically operated valves in order to keep the correct balance of oxygen in the aeration basins at all times. This project funds the design and replacement of the aeration system equipment at the WRRF. The Board awarded the construction contract to the lowest responsive bidder, KG Walters, on December 11. A preconstruction meeting was held on January 15, 2020 and the Contractor is currently preparing submittals for all the required equipment. Contractor is scheduled to mobilize to the site in mid-March and the project will continue until December 2020.
Water Reservoir Safety and Security Improvements
This project will replace the ladders that access the top of the water reservoirs, install intermediate access platforms, install protective railings and install new fall protection devices. The exterior access to the roof area is required to meet the needs of the District to monitor the water quality in the reservoirs and perform routine repairs to radio communication equipment. The ladders also need to be secured from access by the public. The reservoir ladders, fall protection, platforms, and protective railings will meet the current Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) safety standards. The Board awarded the contract to Resource Development Company on April 10, 2019. Construction began this summer and is expected to be substantially complete by June 30, 2020.
WPS 2-1 Incline – (Adjacent to Burnt Cedar Beach)
Water Pump Station 2-1 (WPS 2-1) is located at the Burnt Cedar Water Disinfection Plant (BCWDP) and pumps the disinfected potable water into the water distribution system to serve Incline Village and Crystal Bay. WPS 2-1 was largely constructed in 1972 with minor upgrades in 1995 and 2012. The electric motor control centers (MCCs) and switchgear at WPS 2-1 date to the original 1972 installation. This equipment does not meet modern OSHA requirements for Arc Flash safety and the MCCs and switchgear are at the end of their service life and no longer supported by the respective manufacturers. Jacobs Engineering completed the design. The Board awarded the contract on August 28, 2019 to San Joaquin Electric. Notice to Proceed was issued on September 9 and project completion is anticipated for April 2020. An onsite construction coordination meeting occurred on January 22. Currently equipment cut-over is scheduled for the week of February 24.
Mountain Course Clubhouse Renovation
On August 11, 2018 a fire occurred in the Mountain Course Clubhouse which led to the closing of the kitchen area. The Board approved renovation plans include a revised allocation of floor space, changes to access and substantial change to customer flow. A new ADA accessibility to the lower level for food service and construction of a new and expanded deck and the installation of new windows and doors. The Board approved the design on May 22, 2019 and authorized advertising for bids which then occurred on June 21, 2019. The Board awarded the construction contract to Houston Smith Construction at the August 14 BOT meeting. Project is currently in construction with grading, utilities, decking and paving complete. Winter work will be the interior renovation.
IVGID Recreation Center Paver Entrance
A 2020 Capital Improvement Project to replace the cracking concrete entrance at the IVGID Recreation Center with concrete pavers. Engineering staff has completed design and project will bid this spring with an anticipated start date of May 4, 2020.
IVGID Recreation Center Site Lighting Replacement
A 2020 Capital Improvement Project to replace bollard and site lights with modern LED fixtures. An outside Electrical Engineering firm has completed design and project will bid this spring with an anticipated start date of May 4, 2020.
Incline Village Bocce Courts
At the August 14, 2019 Board of Trustees meeting, the Board prioritized construction of bocce courts. Two bocce courts were initially included in the Tennis Center remodel but were removed in favor of maintaining the existing hitting wall. At the November 13, 2019 Board of Trustees meeting a preferred site was selected adjacent to the IVGID Recreation Center. Engineering staff has completed design, and project will bid this spring with an anticipated start date of June 1, 2020.
District Contact: Nathan Chorey 775-832-1372
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