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Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Overview. Nick Kanetis, P.E. June 14, 2013. OCSD Service Area 479 square miles 210 million gallons per day 2.5 million population 21 cities, 3 special districts 580 miles of sewers 15 pump stations 2 treatment plants. Los Angeles. Orange County.

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Capital improvement program cip overview
Capital ImprovementProgram (CIP) Overview

Nick Kanetis, P.E.

June 14, 2013


OCSD Service Area479 square miles210 million gallons per day 2.5 million population 21 cities, 3 special districts

580 miles of sewers

15 pump stations

2 treatment plants

Los Angeles

Orange County

ServiceArea

San Diego


Reclamation Plant No. 1Fountain Valley

Treatment Plant No. 2Huntington Beach


Background

  • EPA Consent Decree Secondary Treatment 2002 - 2012

  • Full Secondary December 2012

  • Future Renewal, Replacement and Rehabilitation


Strong financial position
Strong Financial Position

  • Revenues from user fees and connection fees

  • Proactive forecasting and planning

  • AAA Bond Rating


More than 70 Projects

$1.8 Billion Dollars invested in our Infrastructure


Secondary treatment expansion six epa consent decree milestones
Secondary Treatment ExpansionSix EPA Consent Decree Milestones


Trickling filters at plant no 2
Trickling Filters at Plant No. 2

Designer: Brown & Caldwell

Contractor: J.F. Shea Construction

Construction Cost: $182M - Capacity: 60 MGD


New secondary treatment at plant no 1
New Secondary Treatment at Plant No.1

Designer: Black & Veatch

Contractor: Kiewit Infrastructure West

Construction Cost: $207M – Capacity 60 MGD


Headworks at plant no 2
Headworks at Plant No. 2

Odor Control System

Demolition of

Existing Headworks

Designer: Carollo Eng.

Contractor: J.F. Shea Construction

Construction Cost: $196M - Capacity 340 MGD


Outfall land section oobs piping rehabilitation
Outfall Land Section & OOBS Piping Rehabilitation

Designer: Black & Veatch

Contractor: J.F. Shea Construction

Construction Cost: $11.8


Central generation automation
Central Generation Automation

Designer: Black & Veatch

Contractor: Morrow Meadows/Sachs Electric

Construction Cost: $14.6M


Magnolia trunk sewer rehabilitation
Magnolia Trunk Sewer Rehabilitation

Design/Build: Kiewit Infrastructure West

Design/Build Cost: $15.5M


Sludge dewatering odor control at plant no 1
Sludge Dewatering & Odor Control at Plant No. 1

Exterior finish

Ground level

Designer: HDR Eng.

Contractor: W. M. Lyles

Construction Cost: $127M


Pump stations
Pump Stations

Rocky Point Pump Station

Bitter Point Pump Station

Designer: Malcolm Pirnie

Contractor: Kiewit Inf. West

Construction Cost: $9.2M

Designer: Lee & Ro

Contractor: Kiewit Inf. West

Construction Cost: $20.2M


Increasing level of service

100% Secondary Standards

70 mgd Reclamation

Increased System Reliability

Lower engine emissions

Less Odors

Disinfection

Treat Urban Runoff

Fire & Safety Code Compliance

IncreasingLevel of Service


CIP DriversEnhanced Planning Methodology

Capacity

Level of Service

or

Regulatory Change

Plant or Collection System

Condition

Of Assets

Business Efficiency

& Research Outcome


CIP DriversEnhanced Planning Methodology

Capacity

Plant or Collection System

Level of Service

or

Regulatory Change

Condition

OfAssets

Business Efficiency

& Research Outcome


Cip drivers transition to rehabilitation
CIP DriversTransition to Rehabilitation

Before

Cleaning

Inspection

After

Cleaning

Lining

Failure


Future focus
Future Focus

  • Project Scope Development

  • Resource Forecasting

  • Risk Management

  • Emphasis on Schedules

  • Change Order Controls

  • Outreach to Cities


Fy 2013 14 cip expenditures 141 million mostly rehabilitation
FY 2013-14 CIP Expenditures $141 MillionMostly Rehabilitation


Upcoming planned projects
Upcoming Planned Projects

  • Headworks Rehabilitation - $50 Million

  • Outfall Pump Station Rehabilitation - $20 Million

  • Primary Clarifier Rehabilitation - $120 Million

  • Digesters Rehabilitation - $50 Million

  • Digester Gas Facilities Rehabilitation - $40 Million

  • Collections Rehabilitations - $100 Million

  • Odor Control Master Planning - $20 Million

  • Admin. Facilities Master Planning - $40 Million



Upcoming construction bidding next 2 years 2013 2015
Upcoming Construction Bidding Next 2 Years (2013-2015)


Upcoming design proposals next 2 years 2013 2015
Upcoming Design Proposals Next 2 Years (2013-2015)


Questions www ocsewers com
Questions?www.ocsewers.com


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