This was high profile project to replace an old and obsolete water meter and vault. The water meter assembly included bypass piping, gate valves, and a concrete vault. The site was located in the driveway entrance to a very busy truck refueling station off of Interstate 40 known as Little America Hotel. The new system was assembled above ground and then lowered into place connected. This was necessary to limit the disruption of service to the hotel. The work was also completed at night in 6 hours.
Sinclair Wash Sewer
We provided engineering design for replacing approximately 150-feet of 30-inch truckline sewer running adjacent to Sinclair Wash under San Francisco St and construction of two manholes. The existing 30” sewer had a bow in it and was not flowing properly. Most of the existing/new sewerline was in a 48-inch casing pipe. Design involved constructing a gravity bypass upstream, cost estimate services, obtaining a floodplain use permit from the City, and coordination with NAU. We also provided bid assistance and construction management.