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Capital Improvements Projects 

 

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UTILITIES

Communications and Technology
  1. Project 201709 – Tropos Backhaul Radio Replacement

    The project includes the replacement of the remote telemetry system backhaul radios. The contractor ordered the equipment. Work will start with the replacement of the base staion radios on the water plant tower during the week of February 5. The radios at the remaining 18 sitess will be replaced between February 12 and March 16. The current schedule has the work complete on April 13. Substantial completion is May 4, 2018 and Final Completion is May 24, 2018.

  2. Project 201841 – Tropos Mesh Router Replacement
  3. The project includes a full replacement of the Tropos mesh router system. Council approved the design contract with Hillers Electrical. Design has commenced. A meeting with FPL was held to discuss the project. FPL is reviewing the project. A new Street Light Agreement will be required. Design is commencing ahead of schedule. Design completion is dependent upon the results of the meeting with FPL.

  4. Project 201840 – Scada Replacement at Water/Wastewater Plants – NO CHANGE THIS REPORT.

    The project includes full replacement of the supervisory control and data acquisition control programs used to monitor and operate the treatment plants. Programming for the WRF is approximately 75% complete. Programming for the WTP is approximately 15% complete. Final completion is anticipated to be in March of 2018.

General Facilities Improvements
  1. Project 201842 – Utility Centralized Warehouse/Generator Storage/Field Services, Engineering and Inspection Building Modifications and Site Security Upgrades

    This project is in the approved 2018 Capital Plan and includes four (4) major components. An RFQ for the Architect has been issued. Proposals are due February 28th. A Construction Manager at Risk Contract will be used. RFQ for the Construction Manager is being developed. The existing facility currently serves as the office and warehouse for the Field Services division. The project includes renovations to the existing space to convert the existing warehouse space into office space for the Utility Engineering and Inspection division as well as the Technical Services division. This will require the construction of an addition to the building, one or two stores as needed, as well as renovations to the existing building. These improvements will also serve as the Emergency Operations Center for the Utility. A new generator storage building will be constructed prior to construction of the new warehouse. The new facility will be able to store 65 portable generators. The new warehouse will serve the storage needs for the water treatment plant, the water reclamation facility and the Field Services divisions. The project also includes architectural enhancements, ingress and egress improvements, site security upgrades, site circulation improvements, safety upgrades and landscaping.

Water Supply Improvements
  1. Project 201846 – Wellfield Rehabilitation

    The project includes the rehabilitation of four (4) existing surficial aquifier supply wells. The contractor mobilized on Well 18, located off 50th Street. The well has been pump tested and evaluated for sand production. It was determined that Well 18 should be abandoned due to its age and poor performance. An evaluation of other potential locations to replace this well will be conducted. The contractor has mobilized to Well 10 and has commenced jetting and air lifting in attempts to increase well performance. Depending on initial test results, well acidification may be required. Mobilization to Well 3, which is located at the Boys and Girls Club, was conducted. A portion of the playground will be fenced off to allow ingress and egress to Well 3 from the WTP site. The Club did not have any concerns about the project.

  2. Comprehensive Water Supply Plan – NO CHANGE THIS REPORT

    Authorization to Proceed has not been issued. When do you anticipate that happening?

  3. Consumptive Use Permit Modeling/Modification

    Council has approved the development of the Modflow model. The consultant is currently updating the regional groundwater model and beginning to add the data specific to Wellington. Development of the model is approximately 85% complete. A meeting to discuss preliminary results is scheduled for the week of February 8th. Completion is scheduled for March of 2018.

Water Treatment
  1. Project 201702 – Water Treatment Plant Renewal and Replacement/Expansion

    The project includes significant renewal and replacement work on RO1 Plant and expansion of the RO2 Plant. The plans have been submitted to the Building Department and a Pre-Bid coordination meeting was held with Purchasing. All Regulatory Permits have been obtained. Final plans and specifications will be received on February 1st. The project is scheduled to be bid the second week in February.

Water Storage and Re-Pump Facilities
  1. Project 201031 – Booster Station Condition Assessment – NO CHANGE THIS REPORT

    This project is scheduled to go to Council in April 2018.

  2. Project 201711 – Lime Plant Replacement Master Plan – NO CHANGE THIS REPORT

    This project is on hold pending development of 2030 population and future demand projections which is a task under the Water Reclamation Facility Master Plan.

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Water Distribution and Transmission System
  1. Project 201717 – SE Lake Wellington Area Condition Assessment – NO CHANGE THIS REPORT.

    The project includes an engineering condition assessment of the existing watermains in the SE Lake Wellington area and surrounding Wellington Trace. Six (6) improvement zones were identified. A final phasing plan and opinions of cost have been received. Draft final reports are anticipated within 2 weeks South Shore has been identified as the priority area after further evaluation.

  2. Project 201712 – Sugar Pond Manor – NO CHANGE THIS REPORT.

    The project includes an engineering condition assessment of the existing watermains in the Sugar Pond Manor area near Wellington Trace and Greenview Shores. Six (6) improvement zones were identified. A final phasing plan along with preliminary cost estimates will be received this week. Water distribution replacement in these areas are not high priority.

  3. Phase I Watermain – Village Royale – NO CHANGE THIS REPORT.

    The project includes the installation of a new watermain along the C-8 canal to serve the Village Royale development on Southern Boulevard and 441. The infrastructure is being installed by the developer and will be turned over to the Village upon completion. This project is within Royal Palm Beach Municipal boundary but within Wellington’s Utility service area. Construction has commenced.

  4. Project 201710 – Water Distribution Hydraulic Mode – NO CHANGE THIS REPORT

    The project includes the development of a hydraulic model of the water distribution system. Development of the system map is approximately 100% complete. Consultant currently calibrating model and will begin running different modeling scenarios.

Gravity Wastewater Collection System
  1. Project 201717 – SE Lake Wellington Area Condition Assessment – NO CHANGE THIS REPORT

    The project includes an engineering condition assessment of the existing gravity mains in the SE Lake Wellington area and surrounding Wellington Trace. One (1) improvement zone was identified. This work will be combined with sanitary sewer improvements identified in the Sugar Pond Manor condition assessment. Design for this project is included in the FY2018 Capital budget.

  2. Project 201712 – Sugar Pond Manor – NO CHANGE THIS REPORT

    The project includes an engineering condition assessment of the existing gravity mains in the Sugar Pond Manor area near Wellington Trace and Greenview Shores. One (1) improvement zone was identified. This work will be combined with sanitary sewer improvements identified in SE Lake Wellington Condition Assessment. Design for this project is included in the FY2018 Capital budget.

Forcemain Wastewater System
  1. Project 201713 – Wastewater Forcemain Hydraulic Model – NO CHANGE THIS REPORT

    The project includes the development of a hydraulic model of the forcemain system. Development of the system map is 100% complete. A draft report is anticipated in mid-March.

  2. Project 201715 – System Wide Lift Station Condition Assessment – NO CHANGE THIS REPORT

    The project includes an engineering condition assessment of all existing wastewater lift stations. Field investigations are 100% complete. The final report is anticipated the end of February 2018.

  3. Project 201849 – Southshore Forcemain Replacement – NO CHANGE THIS REPORT

    The project includes a preliminary engineering analysis to determine routing and project costs for the replacement/upsizing of the existing forcemain on Southshore Boulevard from Forest Hill to Pierson Road. A portion of Pierson Road is also included. It is anticipated that the project will include four (4) phases. A draft final report is anticipated mid-February.

  4. Project 201850 – Lift Stations 5, 39, 41, 44, 74 and 85 – NO CHANGE THIS REPORT

    Council authorized design on October 24th. Survey is complete and design has commenced.

  5. Phase I Forcemain – Village Royale – NO CHANGE THIS REPORT.

    The project includes the installation of new forcemain along the C-8 Canal to serve the Village Royale development on Southern Boulevard and 441. The infrastructure is being installed by the developer and will be turned over to the Village upon completion. The value of the work is approximately $1 million. This project is within Royal Palm Beach Municipal boundary but within Wellington’s Utility Service area. Construction has not yet commenced.

Water Reclamation Facility
  1. Project 201721 – Water Reclamation Facility Renewal and Replacement/Expansion – NO CHANGE THIS REPORT

    The project includes an expansion of the blowers, digesters, reuse system and operations building along with significant renewal and replacement of existing facilities. Plans and specifications representing 80% complete will be received within the next three weeks.

  2. Project 201851 – Water Reclamation Facility Master Plan

    The consultant will prepare a 10 year Master Plan to be used primarily as a guide for capital improvements planning and implementation. The Master Plan will identify the following areas: Wastewater service area, population projections and future demands, wastewater flow and load estimates, regulatory driven improvements, water reclamation facility evaluation and capital improvement plan and implementation schedule. Structural evaluations have commenced. A meeting with the consultants, Planning and Utilities staff has occurred to discuss 2030 population projections.

Reuse System
  1. Peaceful Waters Ecological Master Plan – NO CHANGE THIS REPORT

    A scope of work is being developed by Hazen and Sawyer.

  2. Peaceful Waters Boardwalk Replacement – NO CHANGE THIS REPORT

    Design is complete for Phase I. Bidding is anticipated to occur in February. A Trailways Grant has been submitted for Phases II and III.

  3. Reuse System Master Plan – NO CHANGE THIS REPORT

    This project includes the development of a comprehensive Master Plan to maximize the utilization of reuse water. The project is in the approved 2018 Capital Budget. Hazen and Sawyer is currently preparing a scope of work for the project.

ENGINEERING  

Village Capital Projects

  1. Pierson Road Bridle Trail – Between Southfields and Santa Barbara – NO CHANGE THIS REPORT

    The Engineering Department has completed the design/construction documents and we are currently working with our contractor to finalize the project cost. The project will be scheduled for construction after this equestrian season.

  2. South Shore Boulevard/Pierson Road Intersection Improvements – NO CHANGE THIS REPORT.

    Mock Roos has completed and submitted the final document for the project study. The project has been placed on hold as we are waiting for the developer’s input for the project.

  3. Scott’s Place – Lighting and Shade Improvements

    The shade structure foundations were poured on January 18th. The structural columns were installed on February 1st. The shade fabric will be installed early next week.

  4. Big Blue Trace/Barberry (Turn Lane Improvements) – NO CHANGE THIS REPORT

    The project also includes the roadway improvements near Wellington Elementary School to improve the drop off issue that currently exists in the Big Blue Trace right-of-way.This construction will be completed with the turn lane improvements project. The 100% design plans have been reviewed and comments returned to our consultant. Construction of this project is anticipated to commence in May 2018 with the majority of the work being completed after school is out for the summer.

  5. Forest Hill Boulevard/C-8 Canal Improvements – NO CHANGE THIS REPORT

    Construction is anticipated to commence in March 2018.

  6. Dorchester Park Observation Platform – NO CHANGE THIS REPORT

    The project design is complete. On September 12th, Council awarded the contract to West Construction in the amount of $298,217.50. Construction is to commence in February 2018.

  7. Binks Forest Multi-Use Trail Project – NO CHANGE THIS REPORT.

    Council approved the consulting engineering work order at the July 11th Council meeting. A “LAP” funding meeting occurred on November 6th as we are now LAP certified for this project. The project design is continuing.

  8. Brown Trail Expansion (C-11/C-15 Canal Improvements – NO CHANGE THIS REPORT

    The project design is complete. Council awarded the contract to Centerline Utilities in the amount of $786,652.43 at the January 23rd Council meeting. Construction is anticipated to commence in March 2018.

  9. Little Ranches Bridge – NO CHANGE THIS REPORT.

    Council approved the work order with Kimley Horn at the November 14th meeting. Kimley-Horn has commenced with the design of the project. A coordination meeting was held with AT&T, SFWMD and VOW on December 11th. It appears that it will take AT&T 3 to 5 years to be able to relocate their facilities as the major trunk line feeds most of Wellington. The SFWMD is aware of this project time frame.

  10. Village Park Baseball Field Drainage Improvements – NO CHANGE THIS REPORT

    The survey and design is complete. The cost for the project is $54,936.00 and was approved by Council at the January 8th meeting. Construction is anticipated to commence in June 2018.

  11. Saddle Trail Swale Project – NO CHANGE THIS REPORT.

    The survey and design is currently being completed in-house. Construction is anticipated to commence after the equestrian season.

  12. Pump Station #2 Hardening – NO CHANGE THIS REPORT.

    The Mock Roos work order will be presented to Council at a future meeting.

  13. Greenbriar Park

    The Engineering Department has completed the master plan for the project. The design team CCNA selection process will be presented for approval at the February 13th Council meeting.

  14. South Shore Park

    The Engineering Department has completed the master plan for the project. The design team CCNA selection process will be presented for approval at the February 13th Council meeting.

  15. Greenbriar Park – Dog Park Pathway Improvements

    The design/construction documents are complete. The cost for the project is $87,795.00 and was approved at the January 8th meeting. Construction is anticipated to commence in February 2018.

  16. Tennis Center Parking Improvements – NO CHANGE THIS REPORT.

    The design/construction documents are complete. The cost for the project is $26,531.00 and was approved by Council at the January 8th meeting. Construction is anticipated to commence in April/May 2018.

Permitted Projects

  1. 40th Street Improvements – NO CHANGE THIS REPORT.
    40th Street Improvements – NO CHANGE THIS REPORT
  • The roadway is open to the traveling public.
  • There has been no progress with the remaining punch list items.
  • Palm Beach County has scheduled the sign replacement for the street name change located on the traffic signal located at Lake Worth Road and Gracida Street. Work is expected to be complete in February 2018