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Repair Deck, Stairs, and Powder Coat all Patio Deck Railings

This project will replace the railings and southern stairway on the eastside deck at the Recreation Center. The project was publically bid and received three bids. The lowest responsive bidder was Bruce Purves Construction. The contract is on the April 10, 2019 District Board meeting agenda for award. If awarded, Notice to Proceed will be issued on or about April 25, 2019. The Project is expected to be substantially complete by June 24, 2019.

Water Reservoir Safety and Security Improvements

This project would 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 project was publically bid and received two bids. The lowest responsive bidder was Resource Development Company. The contract is on the April 10, 2019 District Board meeting agenda for award. If awarded, Notice to Proceed will be issued on or about May 1, 2019. The Project is expected to be substantially complete by June 30, 2020.

ADA Access to Golf Course Bathrooms (Mountain Course)

The Mountain Golf Course on-course bathrooms at holes #6 and #13, and the site surrounding the restrooms are not in compliance with current American Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements for access due to excessive cross slopes between the golf cart parking and the restrooms entryway. This project will re-construct the cross slopes and pave access from the golf cart parking to the restrooms entryway. The project was awarded to Colbre Grading and Paving at the January 23, 2019 Board Meeting. Construction will begin as weather permits and is expected to be substantially completed in July 2019.  

Incline Park Ballfields Renovations

The project was awarded to Rapid Construction at the March 18, 2019 District Board meeting. The project was reduced in scope to only improvements at Field #3 to include:

  • New Baseball specific Turf Infield, Drainage, and Irrigation
  • New outfield specific French Drain
  • New Scoreboard with naming rights panel
  • New Modular Batting Cages with retaining/seating wall
  • New Foul Poles
  • Expansion of outfield dimensions, fencing replacement, and renovated outfield warning track
  • New Backer Board at Backstop/Includes padding
  • New enclosed custom modular Dugouts with equipment storage
  • Site Signage Improvements

The project will begin this spring as the weather allows and will be substantially completed by August 30, 2019.

Burnt Cedar Pool

The Burnt Cedar Pool, constructed in the 1970’s, features a skimmer type recirculation system. The piping system and turnover times are undersized and problematic for pool clarity.  This project will replace the pipes from the Mechanical room at the edge of the Burnt Cedar Pool. During construction when the piping is exposed at the edge of the pool both visual and camera inspection will be completed on the piping from the edge of the pool to the bottom of the pool in an effort to scope the next phase schedule for the fall of 2019. Piping replacement is currently under construction and is scheduled to be completed by April 30.

Sewer Pump Station #11 Replacement

Sewer Pump Station #11 collects and transports the raw sewage in and around Crystal Dr. in Crystal Bay and transport to the wastewater treatment plant on Sweetwater Road. Constructed in the 1970s this station has provided reliable service. The station contains the mechanical and electrical equipment to pump sewage to the wastewater treatment plant. The pump station to be replaced is a wet well mounted packaged pump station. The new pump station includes the insulated enclosure, 2 pumps, high altitude motors, heaters, a sonic start system for priming and a SCADA system. The pump was procured in December 2018 and will be installed when the weather conditions are more favorable in the coming month. 

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District Contact: Ronnie Rector, 775-832-1267

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