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Mesa Drive Improvements, Phase 2
project no. c01400
 info/contact The City of Mesa has awarded this Construction Management at Risk (CMAR) project to Haydon Building Corporation 
 schedule Construction is anticipated to begin early 2019 and will last for approximately 18 months. 
 details

The City of Mesa plans to improve Mesa Drive from 8th Avenue to Main Street and Broadway Road from Wilbur to Lesueur.  Project improvements include; adding drainage structures and facilities, and replacing water and gas mains in Broadway Road from Wilbur to Lesueur and on Mesa Drive from Broadway Road to 2nd Avenue.  Pavement reconstruction, raised center medians on Mesa Drive and Broadway Road and bike lanes.  Replacement of curb, gutter, sidewalks, driveway’s and handicap ramps in various locations.  Install new landscaping.  Install new street lighting and traffic signals.  Overhead electric will be underground on Mesa Drive from 8th Avenue to Broadway Road and will eliminate aerial crossings up to Main Street.  Relocate a few poles on the north side of Broadway Road, east of Mesa Drive for intersection widening.  There will also be a portion of SRP irrigation line replaced on Mesa Drive, south of Broadway Road. 

 

Exhibits and Renderings from Public Meeting

 funding Funding for this project is available from the 2013 Street bonds and 2010 Gas, Electric and Water/Wastewater bonds.  

 

63rd street and Broadway road drainage improvements
project no. Cp0613 
info/contact  The City of Mesa has awarded this project to Talis Construction. 
schedule  Construction started April 2018 and will last approximately two months.
details 

This project will improve the drainage system north of Broadway Road, along 63rd Street. The project includes adding additional drainage infrastructure in 63rd Street for improved storm water conveyance. 

funding  The total authorized amount recommended for this project is $595,476.00.  Funding is provided by Local Street Sales Tax.  

 

baseline road improvements, 24th street to consolidated canal
project no. CP0658 
info/contact  To be determined 
schedule  Coming Soon - Summer 2018
details The City of Mesa plans to reconstruct Baseline Road from just east of 24th Street to the Consolidated Canal. These improvements will provide three lanes in each direction, bike lanes, pavement reconstruction, raised center medians, drainage structures and facilities, landscaping and street lighting. Other improvements include the installation of a 12-inch water line, replacement of curb, gutter, sidewalk, driveway and handicap ramps in various locations in response to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
funding  To be determined 

 

Signal Butte water treatment plant
Project No. C01600
Info/Contact
The City of Mesa has awarded this project to Sundt Construction, Inc.
Schedule
Construction is anticipated to begin early August 2016 and will extend through August 2018. It is expected the Water Treatment Plant will deliver its first water in May 2018.
Details

The Signal Butte Water Treatment Plant will have a robust process design that employs multiple process for maximum operational flexibility and treatment of varying raw water qualities. The plant will incorporate safe and reliable water treatment technology with automation and quality monitoring systems to protect the public health. The Signal Butte Water Treatment Plant will integrate with park planned on the surrounding City owned property. Today the site includes landscaped berms with desert plants and decomposed granite that were added with the initial construction of the water treatment facility reservoir and pump station (currently in operation). Stormwater retention areas were constructed east of Signal Butte Road. In addition to the architectural improvements internal to the water treatment plant site, the current park concept includes a first phase of construction with a mix of passive and active recreational uses such as pedestrian and bike paths through the park and along Siphon Draw Wash. The surrounding berms, desert trees and shrubs will help screen the water treatment plant in addition to the eight foot block wall surrounding the water treatment plant.

 

State-of-the-art technology is used to generate a "bleach" solution on site for chlorination to reduce hazardous chemicals stored at the plant. Water is recovered from the residuals captured in the process and recycled into drinking water to conserve our precious resource in the desert. In addition, CAP water comes from a sustainable source of supply: surface water and snow melt into the Colorado River.

 

Bringing this third renewable water supply source into the City of Mesa will help ensure the City can continue to attract sustainable businesses and neighborhoods and reduce ground water dependence in the area. The new 24 million gallons per day treatment plant will have a smaller footprint than other conventional water treatment process and is designed to be expanded to a total capacity of 48 million gallons per day.

 

During construction a 160 foot tower crane will be used for moving materials and formwork for the main treatment complex located in the center of the site. Construction will occur between 6:00 am and 8:00 pm, Monday through Friday, however there will be times with the Contractor will be operating under a temporary exemption with approval from the City to allow for placement of concrete when environmental and construction conditions require it.

 

Renderings

 

Funding
The total authorized amount recommended for this project is $127 million.  Funding is provided by 2014 Water Bonds.
cap raw water pipeline
Project No. C01645
Info/Contact

The City of Mesa has awarded this project to Garney Construction.

 

Schedule
Construction began late February 2017 and will last for approximately one year.        
Details

Over the past several years, southeast Mesa has grown dramatically. With the increased population, an improved water distribution system is paramount. This project will include a 54" waterline that will ultimately provide up to 53 million gallons of water per day to the new treatment plant that is being constructed on the northeast corner of Signal Butte and Elliot Road. Additionally, the final phase of this project will include Elliot Road improvements from Signal Butte to South Mountain Road. These improvements will include the installation of a new median to match the proposed Elliot Road Tech Corridor improvements to the west of Signal Butte Road.

 

Project Updates

Funding
The Construction contract is in the amount of $8.6 million. Funding is available from the 2014 Water Bond Program.

 

elliot road waterline, sossaman road to signal butte road
Project No. Cp0054cap 
Info/Contact
The City of Mesa has awarded this project to Kinkaid Civil Construction.
Schedule
Construction began February 2017 and will be completed by April 2018. 
Details

Over the past several years, southeast Mesa has grown dramatically. With the increased population, an improved water distribution system is paramount. This new waterline will supply potable water from the new Signal Butte Water Treatment plant and will serve as the primary arterial of water for growth in the surrounding area.

 

Project Updates

Funding

The Construction contract is in the amount of $9.6 million. Funding is available from the 2014 Water Bond Program.

 










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