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Delta Diablo (District) prioritizes the repair and replacement of its equipment and facilities via a comprehensive Capital Improvement Program (CIP).  This reflects strong fiscal responsibility ensuring successful, long-term rehabilitation of our infrastructure and investment of ratepayer funds to provide essential community wastewater services to residents and businesses in Antioch, Bay Point, and Pittsburg.

Key Capital Projects

Wastewater

  • East County Bioenergy Project, Project No. 16117

The District and Contra Costa Waste Service, Inc., dba Mt. Diablo Resource Recovery (MDRR), a Garaventa Company, have partnered to develop the East County Bioenergy Project for the purposes of maximizing the energy potential of existing biomass resources (biosolids, wood waste, and food waste) and to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions over current management practices. The project has the potential to produce alternative vehicle fuels or enough electricity to serve both facilities with excess power exported to the grid.  Other benefits include production of fertilizer products, diverting organic waste from landfills, providing a long-term sustainable solution for biosolids and organics management, and serving as a model for other resource recovery facilities across California and the United States.

Point of Contact:  Phil Govea, District Engineer, (925) 756-1928

Planning/Permitting Schedule:  July 2016 – March 2018

Design Schedule:  June 2017 - July 2018

Construction/Start-Up Schedule:  August 2018 - December 2019

 

  • Pittsburg Force Main Improvements, Project No. 14116

In March 2016, Delta Diablo commenced construction on an additional 2.5 mile long sewer force main (pressure pipeline) serving customers in Pittsburg and Bay Point.  Installation of the second force main will enable our agency to safely convey millions of gallons of sewage and allow for essential rehabilitation of the existing force main, which is over 35 years old.  The construction contract is awarded to Steve P. Rados, Inc.  The total project cost, including design and construction, is $13.6 million and is financed with a low interest loan secured from the Clean Water State Revolving Fund through an agreement with the State Water Resources Control Board.  The Fund is capitalized through a variety of funding sources, including grants from the United States Environmental Protection Agency and state bond proceeds. 

Point of Contact:  Patricia Chapman, Associate Engineer, (925) 756-1977

Construction Schedule:  March 2016 – June 2017

Project Status:  In Progress

Locations and Specific Information:  For more information, and to confirm if your residence or business is directly located on a street where construction work will occur, please access the following flyer: 

If your residence is located within the Heritage Pointe Subdivision, please access the following flyer:

 

    • Headwork Improvements, Project No. 17117 

    This project includes design and construction of replacement headworks and grit removal facilities at the District wastewater treatment plant.   The existing headworks and grit removal are near the operating capacity and are nearing the end of their service life.  Replacement is needed to increase operational reliability and handle buildout flows.

    Point of Contact:  Patricia Chapman, Associate Engineer, (925) 756-1939

    Planning/Design Schedule:  January 2017 – August 2017

    Construction Schedule:  2018 – 2020

    Project Status:  In Progress

     

    • Treatment Plant Switchgear Replacement 

    The switchgear system distributes utility and back-up emergency power to the entire Treatment Plant, Treatment Plant building, and Household Hazardous Waste Facility.  The existing Treatment Plant switchgear is nearing the end of its useful life and requires replacement.  The predesign work was awarded to LEE & RO, Inc.  LEE & RO, will assist staff with preliminary tasks, including:  identifying the District’s future power needs, automation needs, safety requirements, available equipment, siting, and an implementation plan to allow the District to plan and coordinate its operations in advance of this major construction work.  Predesign is anticipated to be completed in early Spring 2017.

    Point of contact:  Irene O’Sullivan, Associate Engineer, (925) 756-1917

    Predesign Schedule:  November 2016 – April/May 2017

    Project Status:  In Progress

     

    Recycled Water

    • Recycled Water System Storage Tank, Project No. 17127 

    This project will provide for installation of a new 1 million gallon storage tank out in the recycled water system to improve the District’s service and system reliability.  The project is currently in the feasibility and planning stage as the District is trying identifying design criteria and evaluating the required tank capacity, siting and configuration, and operational control strategy.  Design is anticipated to commence in Summer 2017.

    Point of contact:  Irene O’Sullivan, Associate Engineer, (925) 756-1917

    Planning Schedule:  February 2017 - October 2017

    Project Status:  In Progress

     

    • John Buckley Square Recycled Water Connection, Project No. 17125 

    The District and the City of Pittsburg have partnered together to extend the recycled water infrastructure from East 8th Street to the newly constructed John Buckley Square park facility in the heart of Old Town Pittsburg. The facility has become a popular central gathering place in Pittsburg’s downtown that hosts events such as the farmer’s market, movies in the park, car shows, and Off-The-Grid food truck events.  Because of California’s limited water resources and the desire to use water responsibly, it quickly became a high priority for the City to extend recycled water to John Buckley Square.  Once connected, this water will irrigate John Buckley Square’s large central lawn area and the ornamental plantings surrounding it.

    Point of contact:  Sean Williams, Associate Engineer, (925) 756-1926

    Construction Schedule:  January 2017 – June 2017

    Project Status:  In Progress

     

    Wastewater Program  

    • Bay Point Sewer Repairs – Phase 3, Project  No. 15123 - May 25 Update

    In February, 2016, Delta Diablo commenced construction on the next Phase of sewer repairs to improve sewer system performance and ensure continuous sewer service in Bay Point.  Rehabilitation of sewer pipelines is a priority for Delta Diablo to address structural defects, which may impact future reliability.  The construction contract is awarded to RGW Construction, Inc.  The Project is financed using monies collected in the Bay Point Rehabilitation Surcharge fund.  A low-interest loan has been secured from the Clean Water State Revolving Fund through an agreement with the State Water Resources Control Board.  California’s Clean Water State Revolving Fund is capitalized through a variety of funding sources, including grants from the United States Environmental Protection Agency and state bond proceeds. 

    Work remaining includes sewer construction on Inlet Drive, Levee Road, Anchor Drive at Pacifica, and Peninsula Drive.  Final paving of all trench cuts made for all sewer installations will be completed upon final internal CCTV inspection. 

    Point of Contact:  Patricia Chapman, Associate Engineer; (925) 756-1977

    Construction Schedule:  February – July 2016

    Project Status:  Underway

    Locations and More Information:  For more information and to confirm if your residence or business is directly located on a street where rehabilitation work will occur, please access the following flyer: 

     

    • Pittsburg Force Main Improvements, Project No. 14116

    In March 2016, Delta Diablo will commence construction on an additional 2.5 mile long sewer force main (pressure pipeline) serving customers in Pittsburg and Bay Point.  Installation of the second force main will enable our agency to safely convey millions of gallons of sewage and allow for essential rehabilitation of the existing force main, which is over 35 years old.  The construction contract is awarded to Steve P. Rados, Inc.  The total project cost, including design and construction, is $13.6 million and is financed with a low interest loan secured from the Clean Water State Revolving Fund through an agreement with the State Water Resources Control Board.  The Fund is capitalized through a variety of funding sources, including grants from the United States Environmental Protection Agency and state bond proceeds. 

    Point of Contact:  Patricia Chapman, Associate Engineer; (925) 756-1977

    Construction Schedule:  March 2016 – February 2017  [Heritage Pointe commences Summer 2016]

    Project Status:  Underway

    Locations and More Information:  For more information, and to confirm if your residence or business is directly located on a street where construction work will occur, please access the following flyer: 

    If your residence is located within the Heritage Pointe Subdivision, please access the following flyer:

     

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