NEORSD Lakeshore Blvd Relief Sewer Project

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  • 3 ½ miles longCapacity 60.5 million gallons24’ finished diameterMore than 50% complete
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  • NEORSD Lakeshore Blvd Relief Sewer Project

    1. 1. Euclid Creek Pump Station Lakeshore Boulevard Relief Sewer Project Community Meeting February 11, 2014
    2. 2. NORTH EXISTING NEORSD INFRASTRUCTURE CSO-208 L-35 L-21 LAKESHORE INTERCEPTOR EUCLID CREEK PUMP STATION
    3. 3. EXISTING NEORSD INFRASTRUCTURE EUCLID CREEK PUMP STATION L-21 CSO-208 LAKESHORE INTERCEPTOR
    4. 4. NORTH FLOODING COMPLAINTS MADE TO CLEVELAND’S DIVISION OF WATER POLLUTION CONTROL FROM 2009 TO MARCH 2012
    5. 5. Euclid Creek Tunnel Overview NORTH LAKESHORE BLVD. RELIEF SEWER TUNNEL DEWATERING PUMP STATION
    6. 6. Benefits • Reduced CSO discharges to Euclid Creek and Lake Erie – Today: 40 in a typical year – When complete: ≤ 1 in a typical year • To handle “5-year, 6-hour storm” • Reduced basement flooding
    7. 7. Alignment Facts • By the numbers: – 4,940’ sewer from Triangle Park to intersection of Lakeshore Blvd. & Rosecliff Ave. • Diameter: 27” to 66” – 1,210’ sewer along East Park Dr. • Diameter: 24” – 360’ sewer along Crestland Rd. • Diameter: 18” Construction largely in public right-of-way.
    8. 8. Construction Facts • New Shaft (4-1A) Constructed – 22’ excavation diameter, 16’ finished diameter – 70’ deep
    9. 9. New Shaft Construction
    10. 10. Construction Facts, cont. • Triangle Park  New Shaft by Pump Station – Trenchless sewer construction in shale bedrock – 70’ deep – No impact to Louis Stokes Bridge
    11. 11. SHAFT 4-1A LAKESHORE BLVD. INTERCEPTOR CSO 239
    12. 12. PROFILE OF RELIEF SEWER AT TRANSITION FROM OPEN CUT TO TRENCHLESS CONSTRUCTION ECT CONTRACT SOIL BEDROCK ECPS/LBRS CONTRACT
    13. 13. Trenchless Construction (a.k.a. Microtunneling)
    14. 14. MAINTENANCE OF TRAFFIC DURING CONSTRUCTION OF SHAFT 4-1A
    15. 15. Construction Facts, cont. • Lakeshore Blvd. from New Shaft  Rosecliff Ave. – Open cut construction in westbound (north) lanes of Lakeshore Blvd. – 15’-25’ deep – Parallel to existing Lakeshore Blvd. Interceptor – Open cut construction on East Park and Crestland also
    16. 16. Open Cut Construction
    17. 17. New Relief Sewer vs. Existing Interceptor Sewer • Regulators will divert wet weather from existing interceptor to new relief sewer – Marcella, Neff, Harland, Crestland & East Park NEW LAKESHORE BLVD. RELIEF SEWER EXISTING LAKESHORE BLVD. INTERCEPTOR
    18. 18. Construction Facts, cont. • The new 18” dia. sewer on Crestland replaces an existing 12” dia. sewer. • Upstream of Crestland, sanitary laterals that are intercepted will be reconnected to the new sewer. • At Windward and Rosecliff, the existing Lakeshore Interceptor will be routed into the new sewer.
    19. 19. New Relief Sewer vs. Existing Interceptor Sewer NEW LAKESHORE BLVD. RELIEF SEWER EXISTING LAKESHORE INTERCEPTOR
    20. 20. New Relief Sewer vs. Existing Interceptor Sewer NEW LAKESHORE BLVD. RELIEF SEWER NEW LAKESHORE BLVD. RELIEF SEWER EXISTING LAKESHORE INTERCEPTOR EXISTING LAKESHORE INTERCEPTOR
    21. 21. Who is the Contractor? • McNally/Kiewit ECT JV (Euclid Creek Tunnel contractor) will perform trenchless work from Triangle Park to Euclid Creek Pump Station – Duration: 9 months; January - November 2014 • DiGioia-Suburban (ECPS/LBRS contractor) will perform open cut work on Lakeshore, East Park & Crestland – Duration: 26 months; January 21, 2014 – March 15, 2016 – Work west of Marcella cannot be started until November 6, 2014
    22. 22. When Will Lakeshore Blvd. Relief Sewer Be Operational? • The relief sewer will begin operating in September 2016, about 6 months after construction ends • Euclid Creek Tunnel and Tunnel Dewatering Pump Station have to be operational first – Euclid Creek Tunnel construction ends April 2015 – Tunnel Dewatering Pump Station construction ends September 2016
    23. 23. Euclid Creek Pump Station Renovations • Improved site drainage • New driveway • New roof, gutters and downspouts • New pumps and piping • New HVAC system • New interior stairwells
    24. 24. Post-Construction Features • Lakeshore Blvd. resurfaced from Louis Stokes Bridge to Rosecliff Ave. • East Park Dr. resurfaced from Lakeshore Blvd. to Dorchester Drive. • Crestland Rd. resurfaced from Lakeshore Blvd. to 17720/17725 Crestland
    25. 25. 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
    26. 26. How to Reach Us Social Media facebook.com/yoursewerdistrict @neorsd | @wallywaterdrop Customer Service (216) 881-8247 Emergencies: NEORSD ECT Field Office (216) 268-5469 Ryan Sullivan, sullivanr@neorsd.org Jenn Elting, eltingj@neorsd.org

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