Grant: $1,693,291 - Bureau of Reclamation - Sep. 29, 2009
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Award Description: The award will fund three projects. 1. Peoria Sports Complex Well Modification - this project will convert the well system at the City of Peoria Sports Complex from potable to non-potable water, which is an interim step until the City?s reclaimed water pipeline can be extended to the area. A reservoir and booster pump system will be installed as part of the project to further reduce the amount of water necessary to sustain the turf areas year-round. 2. Butler WRF Effluent Line Modifications - the project will construct approximately 1,400 feet of 30-inch pipeline, and water measuring/control devices. This will allow water from the Butler WRF to flow to the Roosevelt Irrigation District Groundwater Savings Facility, where it can be directly used for agriculture while accruing storage credits used for future exchanges. This project will also pressurize the Butler WRF effluent line, which will allow the City?s Community Park No. 2 to be served with reclaimed water for irrigation. The connection from the 30-inch reclaimed water line to the park site is included in this project. 3. Beardsley WRF Recharge Basins - this project will construct additional recharge capacity at the Beardsley WRF Underground Storage Facility. The project will bank reclaimed water from the city-owned Beardsley Water Reclamation Facility (WRF) underground to earn storage credits used for future exchanges.
Project Description: The grant was awarded in September 09. Staff has started developing the scope of work, scheduling activities and permitting for each project.
Jobs Summary: Engineering and Water Resource Manager positions. (Total jobs reported: 0)
Project Status: Less Than 50% Completed
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