Lakeshore boulevard relief sewer presentation

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  • Lakeshore boulevard relief sewer presentation

    1. 1. Euclid Creek Pump Station -Lakeshore Boulevard ReliefSewer ProjectCommunity MeetingMay 16, 2013
    2. 2. EXISTING INFRASTRUCTUREEUCLID CREEKPUMP STATIONLAKESHORE BLVD.INTERCEPTOR
    3. 3. FLOODING COMPLAINTS MADE TO CLEVELAND’S DIVISION OF WATERPOLLUTION CONTROL FROM 2009 TO MARCH 2012
    4. 4. Euclid Creek Tunnel OverviewLAKESHORE BLVD.RELIEF SEWER
    5. 5. Benefits• Reduced CSO discharges to Euclid Creekand Lake Erie– Today: 40– When complete: ≤ 2• To handle “5-year, 6-hour storm”• Reduced basement flooding
    6. 6. Alignment Facts• By the numbers:– 4890’ sewer from Triangle Park to intersection ofLakeshore Blvd. & Rosecliff Ave.• Diameter: 27” to 66”– 1230’ sewer from East Park Dr. to Dorchester Dr.• Diameter: 24”– 330’ sewer along Crestland Rd.• Diameter: 18”Construction largely inpublic right-of-way.
    7. 7. KEY:--- Lakeshore Blvd. Relief Sewer--- Euclid Creek TunnelEUCLID CREEKPUMP STATION
    8. 8. Construction Facts• New Shaft (4-1A) Constructed– 22’ excavation diameter, 16’ finished diameter– 70’ deep
    9. 9. New ShaftConstruction
    10. 10. Construction Facts, cont.• Triangle Park  New Shaft by Pump Station– Trenchless sewer construction– 70’ deep– No impact to Louis Stokes Bridge
    11. 11. Trenchless Construction(a.k.a. Microtunneling)
    12. 12. Construction Facts, cont.• Lakeshore Blvd. from New Shaft  Rosecliff Ave.– Open cut construction– 15’-25’ deep• New Shaft  Crestland Rd.– Open cut construction in westbound (north)lanes of Lakeshore Blvd.– Parallel to existing Lakeshore Blvd. Interceptor
    13. 13. Construction Facts, cont.• Crestland Rd.  Rosecliff Ave.– Open cut construction in eastbound (south)lanes of Lakeshore Blvd.– Existing Lakeshore Blvd. Interceptor replaced bynew Lakeshore Blvd. Relief Sewer
    14. 14. Open Cut Construction
    15. 15. EXISTINGLAKESHORE BLVD.INTERCEPTORNEW LAKESHORE BLVD.RELIEF SEWERNew Relief Sewer vs.Existing Interceptor Sewer
    16. 16. EXISTINGLAKESHORE BLVD.INTERCEPTORNEW LAKESHOREBLVD. RELIEFSEWERNew Relief Sewer vs.Existing Interceptor Sewer• Regulators will divert wet weather fromexisting interceptor to new relief sewer– Marcella Rd., Neff Rd. & Harland Ave.
    17. 17. Who is the Contractor?• McNally/Kiewit ECT JV (Euclid Creek Tunnelcontractor) will perform trenchless work– Triangle Park to EC Pump Station– Start date: Summer 2013– Duration: 18 months• Advertise remainder of project fall 2013– Lakeshore Blvd., East Park Dr. & Crestland Rd.– Start date: Early 2014– Duration: 18 months
    18. 18. LBRS4-1ACSO239LAKESHORE BLVD. INTERCEPTOR
    19. 19. PROFILE OF RELIEF SEWER AT TRANSITION FROM OPEN CUT TOTRENCHLESS CONSTRUCTIONECPS/LBRSCONTRACTECTCONTRACTSOILBEDROCK
    20. 20. MAINTENANCE OF TRAFFIC DURING CONSTRUCTION OF SHAFT 4-1A
    21. 21. Anticipated Construction Schedule• July 2013  January 2015– Trenchless construction from Triangle Park tonew shaft by pump station– Contractor: McNally/Kiewit ECT JV• March 2014  September 2015– Open cut construction on Lakeshore Blvd.,East Park Dr. & Crestland Rd.– Contractor: TBD
    22. 22. Euclid Creek PumpStation Renovations• New roof, gutters and downspouts• Improved site drainage• New driveway• New pumps and piping system• New HVAC system• New interior stairwells• New interior paint
    23. 23. Post-Construction Features• Lakeshore Blvd. resurfaced from Louis StokesBridge to Rosecliff Ave.
    24. 24. Stay Informed• Blog– EuclidCreek.blogspot.com• Collinwood Observer– Ads and articles• Semi-Monthly Newsletter– E-mail distribution– eltingj@neorsd.org to be added to the list
    25. 25. How to Reach UsSocial Mediafacebook.com/yoursewerdistrict@neorsd | @wallywaterdropCustomer Service(216) 881-8247Emergencies: NEORSD ECT Field Office(216) 268-5469Ryan Sullivan, sullivanr@neorsd.orgJenn Elting, eltingj@neorsd.org
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