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LOS ANGELES COUNTY PRIORITIZATION OF SEWER REHABILITATION PROJECTS

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  1. LOS ANGELES COUNTYPRIORITIZATION OF SEWER REHABILITATION PROJECTS Fernando Villaluna, P.E. Paper #

  2. Overview Los Angeles County Sanitary Sewer System Condition Assessment Program Program Methodology Program Results Questions Paper #

  3. LOS ANGELES COUNTYWastewater System Overview Paper #

  4. SYSTEM OVERVIEWLos Angeles County Consolidated Sewer Maintenance District (District) • Comprises of • 38 contract cities • unincorporated communities • Serves over 2.5 million people • Collection System • 4,600 miles of gravity sewer lines • Over 90% 8” VCP Paper #

  5. Sanitary Sewer Condition Assessment Program Paper #

  6. GOAL To reduce the number of Sanitary Sewer Overflows Paper #

  7. Program Objectives Conduct Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) inspection Identify maintenance issues Determine structural intregrity Analyze data for benchmarking Paper #

  8. Program Methodology Paper #

  9. Program Cycle Continuously repeating cycle Paper #

  10. Inspection Process Light Cleaning vs. Complete Cleaning CCTV Inspection Data Collection Paper #

  11. Data Review Conducted by in-house Engineering Staff Verify upon receipt of data All segments were inspected Inspections were conducted using PACP Data is properly formatted Paper #

  12. Reports Provide a summary of overall health and condition of system Include maps and tables Highlight maintenance and structural issues Paper #

  13. What to repair or maintain? Utilize PACP Ratings Structural and Maintenance Prioritize the highest rated segments Paper #

  14. PACP Rating Descriptions Maintenance Ratings Due to continued deterioration, MAINTENANCE issues with a Grade 3 may be a problem in the next 10 years Paper #

  15. Maintenance Summary 18.80% 10.12% Paper #

  16. Public Education Lateral connections with excessive roots, grease or other defects Homeowners are notified to maintain their connections Paper #

  17. PACP Rating Descriptions Structural Ratings Segments with STRUCTURAL Grades of 4 and 5 will most likely be an issue in the next 10 years Paper #

  18. Structural Summary 6.07% Paper #

  19. Rehabilitation Budget Annual fee of $5/sewage unit District rehabilitation budget: $3.81 million Design, advertising, project management, construction Emergency Sewer Repair Program $950,000/year for as-needed emergency contractor repairs Paper #

  20. Prioritizing Repairs Emergency / Immediate Repairs Collapsed / blocked pipe Defect at invert / evidence of voids around defects Near watercourse or public facility High volume of flow / high risk Capital Improvement Repairs Breaks / fractures above the flow line Partially obstructed flow Easement / local street location Moderate volume of flow Monitor defects Cracks / minor fractures Unobstructed flow Paper #

  21. Emergency Repairs Traditional open-trench repairs (typical) Time and Materials Costs range $12k – $25k Construction 3-5 days Paper #

  22. Repairs by District Forces Low risk of collapse Scheduled repair Residential / local streets or easements Approximate cost: $10k Completed between 2-3 days Paper #

  23. Trenchless Lining Projects Moderate deficiencies Multiple breaks / fractures along sewer pipe Minimum obstacles along pipe from manhole to manhole Approximate construction cost: $22/foot Completed between 6-8 hours Paper #

  24. Pipe Bursting Replacement of 83-year old concrete sewer Deterioration from age and H2S exposure Limited access due to easement location and overbuild One hour for pipe bursting Two weeks prior to expose lateral connections Paper #

  25. RESULTS Paper #

  26. Results Inspected over 3,000 miles of sewers to date Produced over 3,500 maintenance work orders Completed 65 Emergency Structural Repairs District Crews completed over 50 repairs Rehabilitated 120 miles of concrete pipes Lined over 21 miles of pipe from CCTV projects Paper #

  27. Reduction in Overflows Paper #

  28. Benefits Realized Enhanced service to the community Lessen impact on public health, safety and the environment Reductions in Emergency overtime Service requests Claims Increased productivity Increased life expectancy of our collection system Paper #

  29. QUESTIONS? Contact Information: Fernando Villaluna, P.E. fvillaluna@dpw.lacounty.gov (626) 300-3380 OR VISIT US ONLINE: WWW. DPW.LACOUNTY.GOV/SMD/SMD/ Paper #