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03/16/2021 07 4th Quarter 2020 Capital Improvement Projects Report ti i..asxntntj kd d g$Ag V'co*ae.. x°'naa.x,,4n BUSINESS OF THE CITY COUNCIL YAKIMA, WASHINGTON AGENDA STATEMENT Item No. 7. For Meeting of: March 16, 2021 ITEM TITLE: 4th Quarter 2020 Capital Improvement Projects Report SUBMITTED BY: Scott Schafer, Public Works Director Bill Preston, City Engineer Bob Desgrosellier, Chief Engineer(Acting) 575-6228 SUMMARY EXPLANATION: Attached for City Council approval is the City of Yakima Engineering Division's 4th Quarter 2020 Capital Improvement Projects Memorandum and Project Spreadsheet to provide updates on current Capital Improvement Projects from the Water/Irrigation, Wastewater/Stormwater, Streets & Traffic and Engineering Divisions. The project list assists in the planning of current and upcoming projects. It helps the divisions coordinate their work efforts so that, for example, a street is not rebuilt or seal coated prior to scheduled underground work within the same street. Recent project activity on current public works projects is underlined in the attached report. This report also introduces a few Water and Wastewater Division projects that are close to beginning design, permitting, and then proceeding with construction phases in the near future as planned and budgeted per their Capital Facility Plans. ITEM BUDGETED: Yes STRATEGIC PRIORITY: Public Trust and Accountability APPROVED FOR SUBMITTAL BY THE CITY MANAGER RECOMMENDATION: Accept Report ATTACHMENTS: Description Upload Date Type eport 2112120 1 backup Material pread h t repo 11 120 1 weep Material 2 3 MEMORANDUM February 11 , 2021 TO: Mayor Patricia Byers Members of City Council FROM: Scott Schafer, Director of Public Works Robert Desgrosellier, Chief Engineer (Acting) SUBJECT: 2020 Capital Improvement Projects: 4th Quarter INTRODUCTION This Quarterly Report is intended to provide an overview of the City's capital improvement projects for the 4'h Quarter of 2020, including current project status, milestones, and new developments that may significantly alter the schedules or costs of the projects. This narrative discusses Water/Irrigation Division, Wastewater/Stormwater Division and Engineering Division projects. Newly added to the report are the Street & Parks Divisions' major projects for 2021 As in the past, new projects and project updates and recent milestones are underlined. McClure Elementary School Safety Improvements This project will make various pedestrian safety improvements in the vicinity of McClure Elementary School, such as, replacing and constructing sidewalk. The project will also construct sidewalk on Lila Avenue between Karr Avenue and 24'h Avenue. Funding for this project is from a Safe Routes to School grant in the amount of $270,000. Design funds were obligated on July 3, 2018. The required preliminary engineering surveying has been completed and design of the project is nearly complete. Right of way acquisition is wrapping-up. We will construct in 2021. ♦ Projected Completion Date: 3' Quarter 2021 North 15f Street Corridor Revitalization - `N' Street to `J' St. (Phase 2) The full arterial street project on N. First Street will extend from "A" St. to the US-12/I-82 Interchange. The improvement project will continue as funding continues to be pursued. Phase 1: was completed using STP Federal Funds $3M; TIB funding for$1 M; local utility funding $1 M; Gas tax $1.38M; and TBD local funds $$$2M. Phase 1 is complete as of December 2019. Phase 2: 'N' Street to 'J' Street; design was completed and we advertised for bidders. Bids were opened on February 10'h; the low bidder is Total Site Services of Richland, WA had the low bid of $2,585,734.08. Their bid was $665,000 under the Engineer's Estimate. Funding sources include remaining TBD funds, Water, Sewer, Stormwater and other funds. Huibregtse Louman and Associates (HLA) separated the design of this project phase from the overall project. Water Division is scheduled to contribute $450,000 to the project to replace aging water mains. This construction will replace two water mains with one watermain. Projected Completion Date: 4'h Quarter 2021 1 4 Phase 3: 'J' Street to MLK Jr. Blvd., construction is estimated to be about $12,000,000 and is hoped to be funded with a Federal BUILD or INFRA Grant, combined with a TIB Grant, Stormwater and Water Enterprise Funds. Huibregtse Louman and Associates (H LA) is designing the project. Due to the lack of funding for the entirety of the N. 1st Street Project at this time, it was determined to split off this 3' Phase. Phase 3 will perform construction from MLK Jr. Blvd. to 'J' Street. We continue to seek a Federal BUILD or INFRA Grant and/or other grant funding; we are re-applying for a State TIB grant as well. In 2020 we weren't successful with the Federal BUILD Grant application for $26,103,000. That grant would have completed reconstruction of N. 1st St. from 'J' St. to MLK Jr. Blvd.; including the East-West Corridor of the Sawmill Area Projects from N. 1st St. to approximately 9th St. ♦ Projected completion dates: FY2022 (and later) Cascade Mill Redevelopment Project This project includes multiple tasks to redevelop the former 225-acre Boise Cascade Mill. Yakima was awarded $23,446,000 in LIFT funding (Local Infrastructure Financing Tool) from the State of Washington to create a Revenue Development Area that will assist in the transition from the former mill to a mixed use economic catalyst including creation of an estimated 4,500 light manufacturing, office park, commercial, retail and entertainment jobs. The current status of the project includes: 1. The Interchange Justification Report (IJR) was approved on February 22, 2017. The purpose of the IJR is to provide freeway access to a proposed east - west roadway that will connect Terrace Height to north Yakima, and thereby, provide direct access from the 1-82 to the former sawmill site. Design of the preferred alignment of this east-west roadway west of the interstate is nearing completion, after which the NEPA documentation will be finalized. The "Connecting Washington" legislation approved last fall provides funds for the improvements to 1-82, as well as, the bridges over the interstate and Yakima River. 2. Design of a North to South City Boulevard-type Street that will provide access to the mill site. City of Yakima is project lead. The first phase of this project that constructed the southernmost 500 feet of this north-south road (named Bravo Company Boulevard), along with a roundabout that connects Bravo Company Boulevard to Fair Avenue, Lincoln Avenue and MLK Boulevard has been completed. The construction was done by Granite Construction Company for a cost around $2,425,000. In mid-December 2016, the City supplemented the professional services agreement with Lochner to complete the design of Bravo Company Boulevard from where it currently ends to its connection with 'H' Street at the intersection of 7'h Street. The design of the extension of Bravo Company Boulevard is about 90% complete. We are still working with the property owners on acquiring the right of way necessary to construct this section of the roadway. Due to the Yakama Nation appeal of the SEPA, it has been determined to perform NEPA on the entire East-West Corridor/Bravo Company Blvd. Roadway Yakima County will be the lead agency and NEPA will be performed under FHWA direction. The City is participating in the NEPA as a vital project sponsor. On May 2' 2019 a second meeting was held with the Yakama Nation and other relative agencies as NEPA stake holders to continue work on the NEPA for the roadways and associated landfill cleanup. It is still hopeful that NEPA will be completed in early 2020, and construction of Bravo Company Blvd. could begin later that year. The City will receive a $9.66M Grant from DOE to cleanup/remove solid waste and extraneous materials of the associated landfill that lies under the proposed roadways. Total cost is expected to be $13M; the difference in cost to come from LYFT Funding. The project will be bid late this summer/early fall with construction starting late this year. 2 5 3. Preliminary Design and alignment of "East-West Corridor Road" - Yakima County project lead for the portion that will stretch from the extended Bravo Company Boulevard to Butterfield Road in Terrace Heights. The existing 'H' Street corridor will be improved from North 1st Street to 7th Street as part of this project. NEPA review is scheduled for the County portion of this project. SEPA review is scheduled for the portion that is under City purview. On April 17th, 2018 an open-house / "listening session"was held for the public to provide project information and collect feedback from the community regarding the proposed improvements. Approximately 100 people were in attendance. 4. Grant funding research, permitting and options for clean-up and remediation of former City of Yakima municipal landfill has begun. The Department of Ecology(DOE) terminated the Voluntary Cleanup Program that the City had entered into for this property on April 26, 2016. On June 19, 2018, the City signed the Agreed Order (AO) with the Department of Ecology for the cleanup of the site. The AO became official on July 10th. The City is in the process of developing the draft Interim Action Work Plan, which is required by the AO. 5. We were unsuccessful with a Federal BUILD Grant application in 2020 for a $26,103,000 federal BUILD Grant which would construct part of the East-West Corridor from N. 1st Street to approximately 9th Street; it would have included North 1st Street Corridor Revitalization - 'J' Street to MLK Jr. Blvd. (Phase 3). 6. The Yakama Nation withdrew their lawsuit after the city withdrew the determination of non- significance. The city is on a path to alleviate the concerns expressed by the Yakama Nation and is going through the formal process to ensure the project complies with NEPA. 7. Municipal Solid Waste and Wood Debris Removal (MSW) Project. This project will remove and dispose of municipal and loci yard wood waste, replacing that material with good fill, as specified, under the alignment of the future Bravo Company Boulevard. This project was bid on September 29, 2020 with Halme Construction, Spokane, the lowest responsive bidder of six (6) who bid $13,108,132. ($4,608,670 under the engineer's estimate) Work will excavate, transport and dispose of those materials at a permitted solid waste disposal facility; place and compact granular backfill material in excavation zones. Work will occur within public right-of-way and construction easements of the City of Yakima and will prepare embankments for future Bravo Company Boulevard and Cascade Mill Parkway roadway construction projects. Work also includes mass grading (excavation and embankment) of roadway corridors; grading with imported granular materials; decommissioning existing groundwater and gas monitoring wells; groundwater quality treatment; contractor-provided surveying; trimming and cleanup, and other project work. Work in the groundwater areas shall be complete by April 1, 2021. All other work shall be completed by July 31, 2021. ♦ Projected completion dates: • Fair Avenue/Bravo Company Boulevard Roundabout completed: 1'Quarter 2016. • IJR Approval: 1' Quarter 2017. • Landfill cleanup: The interim action plan is complete. The project to remove solid waste under future roadways will be bid this fall. Work will start late in 2020. • North-South Boulevard (Bravo Company Boulevard): 90%design plans have been completed and it is anticipated that this project bid period TBD. • East-West Corridor: A professional services agreement has been entered into with HW Lochner for the design of this project. Construction funds to construct the modified interchange and new Yakima River Bridge become available in 2021. • Municipal Solid Waste (MSW): To be completed by July 31, 2021. 3 6 Fruitvale/34th Avenue and River Road/34th Avenue Roundabouts The City was successful in obtaining a $914,000 grant for the design and construction of two roundabouts to improve traffic flow and safety at these closely spaced intersections. Preliminary Engineering funds have been obligated and the design has begun in earnest. We have met with employees from WSDOT Traffic Headquarters to discuss the design. They suggested many minor modifications to improve the functionality of the roundabouts, which have been made. We are continuing to design the project and have determined the area of potential effects, which is necessary to complete the environmental documentation. Right-of-way acquisition has started and environmental work continues. Water Division is scheduled to contribute $225,000 to install new water mains. ♦ Projected Completion Date: 4th Quarter 2022 Cowiche Canyon Trail This project will construct a 10-foot wide gravel pathway, including two bridges over Cowiche Creek from Powerhouse Road to the existing Cowiche Canyon Trailhead. The trail will be approximately 2 miles long. Funding for the project comes from a $2 million "Connecting Washington"grant. Perteet, Inc. has completed the 60% design plans for this project and several Property Owner's Meetings were held in 2017 and 2018. We met with landowners that live near/adjacent to the project to get their input. We continued to meet and work to get the best alignment in 2018 to address their issues. In late 2019 we started the environmental documentation process of the project and during that process we identified that the state funds would not be adequate to complete the full project, so we divided the project into two phases. Phase 1: Starts at the north end of the project and extends approximately one mile upstream and along Cowiche Creek to Cowiche Canyon Lane. (Phase 1 is funded) Phase 2: Begins at Cowiche Canyon Lane and extends the remaining one mile upstream, along Cowiche Creek, to the trailhead for the Cowiche Canyon Conservancy. (Phase 2 is unfunded) As we continued proiect design into 2020 We met with William O. Douglas representatives along with Perteet Engineering to determine the "final" proposed alignment for Phase 1. Construction for Phase 1 will take place FY2022 at the earliest. We continue to work on environmental documentation, Surveying the most difficult section of the alignment and remainder of the design. Working with adiacent property owners and organizations related to the pathway remains a high priority. ♦ Projected Completion Date: 4th Quarter 2022 (or later) Spring Creek Road- Soccer Complex Phase 1 & Phase 2 Phase 1 reconstructed Spring Creek Road, 36th Avenue and Sorenson Road to three-lane roadways with curb, gutter, sidewalk and street lights to improve the access to the new SOZO Soccer Complex. Phase 2 starts reconstruction & widening where Phase 1 ended on 36th Avenue, proceeds north to Spring Creek Road and ends at Washington Avenue. This project will also construct a traffic signal at Washington Avenue funded by a Washington State Legislative Grant. In July 2020 the City applied for and was awarded a grant/loan of $2,000,000 from the Yakima County Development Association (YCDA) for Phase 2 construction. ♦ Projected Completion Date: 4th Quarter 2021 4 7 Transportation Benefit District (TBD) Projects (car tab fee revenue) Using car tab fee revenues that the City of Yakima began receiving in 2018, and the list finalized by Yakima City Council in December, 2017, Streets and Engineering Divisions have worked on and have completed or are proceeding with the following projects: 1. Naches Ave. Sidewalk Project (Walnut to Pacific) - started in early 2019 to: remove problematic trees that lifted sidewalks; replanted acceptable trees; repaired sidewalks and added ADA ramps for approx. $330,000. COMPLETED in 2019 2. 4th Street Sidewalk Project (Walnut to Pacific) - started in early 2020 to: remove problematic trees that lifted sidewalks; replanted acceptable trees; repaired sidewalks and added ADA ramps for approx. $250,000. 95% COMPLETE in Feb. 2021. 3. Mead Ave Sidewalk Project (27th Ave to 28th Ave) —will fill in a missing one-half block of sidewalk; Right/way is needed. $17,000. 4. River Road Improvement Project (34th Ave to 40th Ave) - started early 2019 and widened the roadway, rebuilt portions of the roadway, added street lighting, sidewalk, bike lanes, curb, gutter and a stormwater system; $118,000 (TBD funds to cover the loan portion of the SIED funding). COMPLETED in 2019. 5. North 1st Street Revitalization Phase 2, "N" Street to "J" Street — Bids have been received with the lowest bidder on February 10th. Total Site Services, (Richland) was the lowest bidder with a bid of$2,585,734.08. Work will include rebuilding the roadway, adding bike lanes, upgrading water main, adding a stormwater system, sidewalk, curbing, gutter, ADA ramps, upgrade street lighting and add pedestrian lighting - $1,500,000 remain of TBD funds (Remaining project costs likely covered by TBD funds through a 20-year bond). ♦ Projected completion: 2022 Yakima Convention Center Expansion This project was established for the North Expansion of the Yakima Convention Center. The expansion is approximately 18,250SF with an additional 8,000SF renovation. Construction will begin this winter and last for 12-15 months. Bids were opened on 10/31/2019. The low bidder is Total Site Services out of Richland with a low bid of $10,269001.24; within budget and after additive selection remains in budget. The contract was awarded by Council on November 19th The project has been making good progress and is on schedule to be completed late March, 2021. ♦ Projected completion: 2' Quarter2021 S. 64`"Avenue and Ahtanum Rd. - Roadway Intersection Improvements and addition of a Traffic Signal This project will reconfigure the intersection and add a traffic signal, curb, gutter and sidewalk at the intersection tying into existing roadside features. Funding is an award of$497,000 through a Congestion Mitigation & Air Quality (CMAQ) grant. City's matching obligation is 13.5%, or $78,000. The project started last fall; all road widening, curbing, gutter, sidewalks and drainage has been completed. The only remaining work is placement of signal poles and mast arms, street lights and signal-related equipment. ♦ Projected completion: 2' Quarter 2021 5 8 S. 48t" Avenue - Spring Creek & Washington Avenue - Traffic Signal This project will construct a new signal at the end of Spring Creek Rd. and Washington Ave. The work will be tied to the upcoming roadway improvements for Spring Creek Road. The roadway alignment will tie to the Spring Creek Road widening and realignment. Funding is an award of a 100%grant of$650,000 from the 2019-2021 Washington State Transportation Budget. The combined project will begin work in spring of 2021 and last through the year. ♦ Projected completion: 4'h Quarter 2021 S. 72nd Avenue and Washington Avenue - Roundabout This project will reconfigure the stop sign controlled intersection into a 2-lane Roundabout. As we start design we will likely need to purchase some right-of-way and start the environmental review process. Funding is an award of a 100% grant of $1,000,000 from the 2019-2021 Washington State Transportation Budget. The project is anticipated for 2021 design with 2022 construction. Over the winter we sent out a Request For Qualifications (RFQ) from engineering firms on the MRSC roster with expertise in Roundabout Design. After scoring the engineering firms that responded, Huibregtse Louman and Associates (HLA) was established as the highest qualified. We are starting the preliminary process in negotiating an engineering design contract with them. ♦ Projected completion: 4'h Quarter 2022 Northside Alley Paving Prolect This project was awarded a CMAQ-funded grant in past summer through YVCOG for $500,000. The nine alley block segments are between Fruitvale Blvd/Summitview and 6'h to 16'h Avenues. We intend to reconstruct approximately 5,000LF of the 15,000 linear feet of alley; and approximately eighteen (18) alley approaches identified in the Northside Alley Paving project and as listed in the 2020-2025 Six-Year TIP. This project includes base preparation, the addition of needed concrete alley approaches, then asphalt paving of alley segments. We expect to bid early in 2021 and finish by 4'h quarter 2021. ♦ Projected completion date: 4'h Quarter FY 2021 6 9 Water/Irrigation Division Capital Improvements Projects Water Treatment Plant Intake Improvements The project will evaluate the river and WTP intake structure for potential modifications and improvements to maintain the existing river location and flows to into the intake. We are currently working with Golder & Assoc. for Hydro-technical Engineering Support Services for design, permitting, funding, construction bid and inspection support of a new intake and flood plain stabilization structures. Dept. of Ecology has issued a Watershed grant for $250,000 for this project. City has budgeted $2,475,000 in 2021. A Cultural Survey was conducted and submitted. A few stakeholder meetings have been held; comments from those meetings are being incorporated into the design, as well as a river model being run to confirm proposed improvements. A meeting was held to review model results and suggested modifications to the design. Currently applying for "in river" permits and working with Yakima County on SEPA and Shoreline permits. Contract addendum implemented to complete re-submission and re-design to meet Corps of Engineers requirements. Comments were received from Corps of Engineers and redesign has been complete and submitted. ♦ Projected completion date: 4'h Quarter FY 2021 Nelson Dam Replacement This project will consolidate the river diversions for Fruitvale Canal, Naches Cowiche Canal and Old Union Canal with the existing diversions at the Nelson Dam. We are working on fish screen/intake project options. Discussions are continuing with the Bureau of Reclamation (BOR), Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Yakima County, National Marine Fisheries Service, Yakama Nation and Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) on project design and options. A water right change in point of diversion has been approved by Ecology. An Inter-local Agreement with Yakima County is in place to fit with their flood plain restoration projects. Stakeholders meetings are being held to determine possible design options. Applying for Fish Barrier Removal Board grant funding, requesting just over $4M. Currently budgeting $5,000,000 in 2020, with balance of project in 2021 - 2024 -- $4.7M from County; $7.5M Bond and reserves from City, $4.3M from Fish Barrier Removal Board. WDFW, BOR, BPA and Yakima Basin Integrated Plan funding to be determined. Discussions taking place with the legislature on remaining $8.2M in funding. A$1.8M design and permitting contract is in place with HDR Engineering. Final design and bid documents were scheduled to be complete in January 2021. Projected completion date: 4'h Quarter FY 2024 East Viola Avenue Waterline Improvements This project installs 4,000 of 8-inch and 12-inch DI waterline in East Viola Avenue, crossings, services and hydrants, and it replaces existing water mains in East Viola Avenue between South Fair Avenue and Rudkin Road; replacing the existing 6-inch CI water main. The existing 6-inch CI waterline has pipe joints joined together with an uncommon two-bolt system, as opposed to the standard rubber gasket. This waterline is near the end of its useful life. A Task Order has been approved for HLA Engineering & Surveying, Inc. to provide survey, design and services during construction. Survey has been completed and design is underway. Projected completion date: 4'h Quarter FY 2021 7 10 Avalanche Avenue — N. 4Oth Ave. to N. 42nd Ave. Waterline Fire Flow Improvements This project installs approximately 650 LF of 12-inch DI waterline, fire hydrants and a pressure reducing valve station in Avalanche Avenue between North 40'h Avenue and North 42'Avenue. The improvements will increase the fire flows in this area of the water system by connecting two water services levels in the area. The area between West Lincoln Avenue and Snowmountain Road, North 40th Avenue to North 42nd Avenue are lined with multifamily residential housing. The area is located in the southeast corner of the 3rd Level pressure zone and is fed by a network of 6-inch and 8-inch waterlines. There is a 16-inch water main in North 40'h Avenue at the western edge of the 2nd Level pressure zone. The two pressure zones will be interconnected by the new waterline and pressure reducing valve station in Avalanche Avenue, which will provide flows from either pressure zone to the other under fire flow conditions. A Task Order has been approved for HLA Engineering & Surveying, Inc. to provide survey, design and services during construction. Survey has been completed and design is underway. Projected completion date: 4'h Quarter FY 2021 1st Level Reservoir Repair and Rehabilitation The City's 6 MG domestic water reservoir, located at North 40'h Avenue and Englewood Avenue, was constructed in 1970. During recent underwater cleaning and inspection of the reservoir, it was discovered that there were a number of locations in the concrete joints that are leaking and in need of repair. Some of the piping and appurtenances in the reservoir have also deteriorated and need to be replaced. Gray & Osborne, Inc. (G&O) has been chosen through a consultant selection process to provide a detailed condition and seismic inspection of the reservoir, as well as design and services during construction for repairs and modifications. Scope of work and fees for the consultant services agreement has been approved by City Council. Based on the findings by G&O, project plans and specifications will be developed for repair of the reservoir, internal piping, valving, and other structures within the reservoir. In addition, a new isolation valve will be installed on the 30-inch fill and supply waterline to the reservoir. Projected completion date: 4'h Quarter FY 2021 Kiwanis Well Pump Replacement During inspection of the Kiwanis well, located on East Maple Street at Kiwanis Park, it was discovered that a portion of the pipe column had failed. The project will replace the pipe column, shaft and pump. The project was advertised and four bids were received, with LAD Irrigation Co. providing the lowest bid to supply the new well materials. Pump and materials currently being shipped. Schneider Equipment Inc. has rebuilt the pump motor and will install the new pump and materials. While the well has been out of service, other minor updates and modifications are being made to the well facility. Projected completion date: 2' Quarter FY 2021 8 11 Wastewater Division Capital Improvements Projects Pipe Rehabilitation - General The Wastewater Division has identified pipeline segments that need to be rehabilitated or replaced. In addition, the Wastewater Division identified areas where new manholes are needed for access in order to perform the required maintenance on existing sewer pipes. Budget was approved in 2017 to start a pipeline rehabilitation program to address these issues. The City awarded a Professional Services Agreement with HLA Engineering and Land Surveying, Inc. to provide engineering services specific to the identified needs through 2019. This program has been extended. RFQ's were sent to consulting firms to continue this work starting in 2020 and the City awarded a Professional Services Agreement with HLA Engineering and Land Surveying, Inc. to provide engineering services specific to the identified needs through 2022. Scheduled Projects: Wastewater Collection System Improvements — CIPP Rehabilitation Priority 1 Construction of approximately 15,559 LF of 8", 10", 12" and 15" cured in place pipe for rehabilitating sanitary sewer mains, 400 side sewer reinstatements, pipe cleaning, video inspection, sewer bypass, in various locations throughout the City. Project began construction in January, 2021 and to be completed in April 2021 . Wastewater Collection System Improvements — Task #2 City is completing inspection of various high priority dig out repairs needed in the wastewater collections system. Once complete, City and HLA will agree on a task order for design. Project design is nearing completion and is scheduled to bid in Summer 2021. These and future projects will stabilize current conditions of the city's wastewater pipe system and reduce infiltration of groundwater which will save treatment costs and limit the need for upgrades to the Wastewater Treatment Plant. Future projects will be determined based on need and cost. In addition to these projects, City wastewater crews perform point repairs, manhole rehabilitations, and other maintenance projects that add to the stabilization of the pipe system and reduce infiltration of ground water. ♦ Projected completion date: on-going Master Plan Updates The Wastewater Master Plans for Sewer, Storm, and the Wastewater Treatment Facility are being updated. The respective 2013 Akel studies for the Sewer Collections system and Stormwater Drainage system require updates due to significant private and public construction projects as well as the 2016 incorporation of the legacy DID system into the City Stormwater Utility. The Yakima Regional Wastewater Treatment Facility (YRVVVVfF) has undergone multiple improvement projects since the 2014 Draft YRWWTF Masterplan. Wastewater staff has held consultant interviews for the three masterplans. Akel Engineering Group from Fresno California was selected to perform the Wastewater and Stormwater Masterplan Updates. RH2 Engineering, Inc. from Bothell Washington was selected to perform the update to the YRVVWTF Masterplan. All Masterplans are scheduled to be completed by years end of 2022. ♦ Projected completion date: 4'h Quarter FY 2022 9 12 Wastewater System Mill Site Preparation Project In anticipation of additional wastewater flows from the Mill Site Development, the existing wastewater system in Fair Avenue from the Target shopping center to Beech Street needs to be upgraded. This work will entail upsizing existing sewer main line and installing new sewer and will be completed in two phases. Fair Avenue Sanitary Sewer Main Replacement (FA-6) - Project #2487A Install 1,540 LF of new 15-Inch diameter sanitary sewer main by open-trench construction, 1,040 LF new curb and gutter, 620 SY new sidewalk; Hurst Construction, LLC of East Wenatchee, WA was awarded this project for$1,159,555.06; Project completion: December 2020 North Fair Avenue Sanitary Sewer Main Replacement (FA-5) - Project#2487B Upsizing of an existing 10" sewer main to 15" by method of pipe bursting; Belsaas & Smith Construction, Inc. of Ellensburg, WA was awarded this project for $728,095.49. Project completion: January 2021 ♦ Projected completion date: 1 n Quarter FY 2021 10 13 Stormwater Capital Improvements Projects Arlington Ave. Stormwater Improvements - 50th Ave. to 56th Ave. This project will install new storm pipe on Arlington Avenue between 50th Ave. and 56th Ave. and will prevent the Arlington Ave./56th Ave. from being flooded. The City selected HLA for design and construction management of the project. Advertising for bidders started in December; the bid opening was on January 8th. TTC Construction, Yakima, was the lowest of 4 bidders, $40,000 under the estimate bids scheduled for December 2020. ♦ Projected completion date: 2nd Quarter FY 2021 DID and Storm Drain Improvement Project This study will look at ways to minimize and potentially remove or redirect City storm/ground water from DID pipes prior to leaving the City limits and to minimize and potentially remove City storm systems within the Union Gap city limits. The City selected HLA through the City's consultant selection process and they are under contract. Design will follow completion of the study with construction project(s) to follow after that. ♦ Projected completion date: FY 2021 11 14 *** New Sections *** Streets Division - Major Maintenance Projects for 2021 April: Grind & Overlay: S. 72ndAvenue & Nob Hill Blvd; S. 3'Avenue & Nob Hill Blvd S. 56'h Avenue & Tieton Drive; Repave: Viewmont Drive in conjunction with Nob Hill Water May: Road Reconstruction: E. Mead Avenue — Fair Avenue to 18th Street June/July: Chip Seal Areas 11 & 20: Area 11: — East of 16th Avenue and south of Mead Avenue to City Limits Area 20: — North of Englewood between 40th Avenue and 66th Avenue Pave: Cornell Ave/Gardner Park parking; Westside of Gardner Park, 30 feet x 600 feet. August: Grind & Overlay: S. 80th Avenue — Coolidge to Occidental September Crack Fill Parks Division - Major Projects for 2021 Pedestrian bridge over Wide Hollow Creek at West Valley Community Park: Replace primitive wooden bridge with new bridge with railings and improved access Air Handler and Dehumidification system replacement at Lions Pool: Replacement due to deficiencies of the current outdated & inefficient system HVAC renovation at the Harman Senior Center: Renovate existing due to deficiencies of the inefficient & worn-out system Water heater replacement for Lions Pool showers: Replace water heater with several smaller on-demand heaters 12 15 AFFIRMATIVE ACTION GOALS & W/M/DBE PARTICIPATION Women, Minority and Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (W/M/DBE) utilization has been included in the past but is not included with this report. The Engineering Division continues to request apparent low bidders of public works contracts to document their efforts to achieve the City of Yakima's goal of 10% MBE, WBE or DBE participation goal prior to contract award. However, changes in state law due to the passage of Initiative 200 prohibit certain practices by contracting agencies (i.e. the City) for the award of public works projects such as requiring W/M/DBE subcontracting. While some contractors have voluntarily reported such information in the past, we have not received any such reporting last year. Although we do not receive such information voluntarily, the City must still meet certain of these federal requirements and each contractor must comply with the Standard Specifications that are included on each City Public Works Contract. The City is responsible to: • Conduct pre-construction conferences during which Equal Employment Opportunities (EEO) and City policies are discussed with the contractor. • Monitor on-site compliance with the EEO and City policies. • Ensure our contractors locate, qualify, and increase the skills of minority groups, women employees, and applicants for employment as required by City policies. • Ensure the preparation of required EEO and related reports. 13 Proj Proj. Impacted Constrctn. Start Notes Type No. Lead Division Project Name/Location Description of Work Project Iliad Divisions Date Status/Schedule 2/11/21 New rights of way, public Engineering, Streets Bravo Company Blvd.will be a boulevard-style street that Bravo Company Blvd. extension being designed; Special Projects utilities, roads, lighting, Joan Davenport/ &Traffic Eng., ° includes 2 more roundabouts. Design work includes road 1 CIP 2337 & Engineering) Cascade Millsite Parkway roundabouts, sidewalks, Bob Desgrosellier Water/Irri ation, 202_?? Project is 90%designed; after Yakama Nation design& realignment in vicinityof East-West corridor to respond ( 9 9) pathway, infrastructure 9 Wastewater/Storm concerns, withdrew SEPA, will continue with NEPA 9 9 to BNSF rail concern; p Engineering, Streets Phase 1: Entire Site Landau Assoc's, gathered data for evaluation of landfill Engineering & Cascade Millsite Parkway Bob Desgrosellier/ &Traffic Eng., Entered into an Agreed Order with DOE 7/9/18. 2 CIP 2355 (Special Projects) (continued) (Joan Davenport) Water/Irrigation, t b d area and plywood plant site; DOE rejected Voluntary Working on the draft interim action work plan. Phase 2: Southern portion Wastewater/Storm Compliance; addressing Yakama Nation concerns, East-West Connector; New rights of way, public Engineering, Streets Yakima County is project lead; NEPA review is Special Projects "H"St. alignment from 1st St. utilities, roads, lighting, signal(s), Bob Desgrosellier/ &Traffic Eng., Consultant(H.W. Lochner) is being replaced with another 3 CIP 2336 & Engineering) to Terrace Heights; sidewalks, pathway, Joan Davenport Water/Irri ation, 202_?? underway; We applied for a Fed. BUILD Grant ConsultingEngineer complete the needs of this project ( 9 9) 9 ( p ) 9 on 5/19/20;we were not selected for funding 9 p p j Through Yakima Resources prop. infrastructure Wastewater/Storm Interchange Justification Report Working with WSDOT for WSDOT Const. City&County to develop& implement portions of the WSDOT&FHWA have approved the IJR; 4 CIP 2356 Special Projects (I.J.R.)for modification of modification of Yakima Ave/ Bob Desgrosellier/ Engineering, Streets timeframe improvements in phases to defer WSDOT changes to I- Design&Construction are up to the WSDOT. (& Engineering) 1-82 and Yakima Avenue 1-82 Interchange (Joan Davenport) &Traffic Eng., 2022 ??? 82 and construction interchange portion early. Design Funding in place for 2021 Remove& Replace wood debris Bill Preston/ Engineering, Streets Bids came in with Halme Construction being the low The excavated area will be lined prior to placing 317,000 tons of Special Projects Municipal Solid Waste(MSW) &Traffic Eng., November bidder of 5 bidders with a low bid of$13,108,132. The common borrow as replacement material. A future project will 5 CIP 2529 & Engineering) Removal- Bravo Company Blvd & municipal waste Bob Desgrosellier/ Water/Irri ation, 2020 project removes 200,000 tons of Solid Waste&wood build utilities and a roadwayon this alignment ( 9 9) p y from under future roadway (Joan Davenport) 9 p j 9 Wastewater/Storm debris from the future Bravo Co. Blvd. Alignment. Work to be completed mid-year 2021 North 1st Street Design&construction of Engineering, Streets Construction Estimate: $3.5M Work will start in March/April; Special Projects sidewalk, landscape and utility Bill Preston/ &Traffic Eng., HLA of Yakima is designer of Phase 2; Funding proposed with remaining TBD funds; 6 CIP 2340 Corridor Revitalization; Spring 2021 (& Engineering) Phase 2: 'J' St.to'N' St. upgrades; adding bike lanes Bob Desgrosellier Water/Irrigation, Bids were opened 2/10/2021; Total Site Services is low Water/Sewer&StormDrainage funds for their portions; removing parking Wastewater/Storm bidder at$2,585,734 Remainder funded with bond releases in 2023-2024 engineering, streets ° North 1st Street Design&construct sidewalk, HLA of Yakima is designer of Phase 3; 90%designed; 7 CIP 2547 Special Projects Corridor Revitalization; landscape, utilityupgrades; add Bill Preston/ &Traffic Eng., Spring 2022?? We have applied for NHS fundingand Fundingis incomplete; (& Engineering) p p9 Bob Desgrosellier Water/Irrigation, p 9 pp p Phase 3: 'J'St.to MLK Jr. Blvd. bike lanes, remove parking WactPwatP r/Storm will apply for federal grants again; We continue to pursue grants from many sources Wide Hollow&80th Ave culverts- Engineering, County's worked on right-of-way on our behalf- County will continue design of box culverts,when funded; 8 CIP 2456 Engineering Shaw Creek; Wide Hollow Ck. Address creek flooding Bob Desgrosellier Streets, unfunded 80th Avenue is 95%designed, but unfunded Less expensive than bridges and better for this need; vic. 93rd Ave & 80th Ave with overflow culverts Wastewater/Storm City/County grant has been submitted Design will continue after a new grant Bill Preston/ Engineering,Traffic, Design is at 40%; Received$217K grant for RNVay. Rcvd grant award of$190K in RNVay funds; E. Nob Hill Blvd&Fair Avenue, Widen intersection all 4 legs; RNVay:ends 2021 R/way purchases underway; Received$1.46M in STP construction funds for 2023-2024; 9 CIP 2143 Engineering Intersection Improvementspurchase r/way; new signal Bob Desgrosellier/ Wastewater, Rd 2023 or 2024 Rcvd a federal Surface Transportation Program(STP) Rtwa appraisals are comingin, p 9 Randy Tabert Water/Irrigation p 9 y pp grant of$1,460,000 for 2023-2024 construction we continue with property owner negotiations Capitol Theatre Engineering, Several items completed; Carpeting completed in Replaced aisle lighting; added overhead cable runs; 10 CIP 2354 Engineering Safety Improvements Safety Improvements Bob Desgrosellier Capitol Theatre ongoing summer 2016; other work is forthcoming Replaced main lobby, mezzanine& Robertson Rm carpeting Work with DOE to test these Work with DOE and our consulting firm continues; 13th/E Nob Hill & 56th/Summitview - SOLD Tiger Oil Properties Remediation: Bob Desgrosellier/ City properties, remediate soils Engineering, 24th& Nob Hill: still monitoring; 24th&Nob Hill -New sale pending; DOE gave us a 11 CIP 2389 Engineering East Nob Hill Blvd; North 1st St; Joan Davenport/ ongoing West Nob Hill Blvd and water as needed and then Bob Desgrosellier CED DOE is exploring the plume extent as of 12/2018; $1.2M grant to do more remedial investigation; sell to developers N. 1st has'lease to own'thru Council;April 2019 N. 1st St. property- leased to own- pending further tests Phase 2: 36th Ave&Spring Creek Economic Phase 2 received a $2 Million SIED grant/loan; City of Yakima is furthering the partnership with world-class Road construction, curb, gutter, Rd. widening; from SOZO Bill Preston/ Development, funding will be complete prior to award; Yakima Sports Complex SOZO (soccer&multi-sport fields); 12 CIP 2428 Engineering entrance on 36th Ave., sidewalk, widening, drainage Phase 2: 2021 Bob Desgrosellier Engineering, Construction to start early 2021 In 2021 SOZO will construct an adjacent park to replace the connecting to 48th&Washington and a street lighting system Streets, and last into the 4th quarter. areas of Chesterley Park lost to the YMCA Facility Widen the intersection: Road construction started in October; All work'except the signal equipment will be constructed this 64th&Ahtanum Bob Desgrosellier 13 CIP 2474 Engineering widening and signalization add a westbound RTO lane; Randy Tabert Engineering October 2020 This project is funded by: year; Due to long-lead time of signal equipment, signal add a new traffic signal Congestion Mitigation&Air Quality funding(CMAQ) equipment will be placed upon delivery in March/April'21 Install new sidewalk in the Design is 90%complete; Project was selected&funded by State Legislature; Safe Routes to School Sidewalks: 2021 14 CIP 2473 Engineering McClure Elementary School vicinity of the schools. Bob Desgrosellier Engineering (summer) R/way negotiations are nearly complete Obligation of PE funds complete. (Locations forthcoming) Funding:through Safe Routes To School Program Rtway purchase are under way Cowiche Canyon Trail - from Construct 2 mile gravel pathway Perteet Eng. is designer. Phase 1 design is 50%; Had 4 7/6/18.Phase 1: Spring'22 Phase 1: vic. Powerhouse to Cowiche Canyon Lane Project Stakeholders mtngs; most recent 15 CIP 2430 Engineering Powerhouse Road to the existing with 2 bridges crossing the Bob Desgrosellier Engineering Cowiche Canyon Trailhead Creek Phase 2: unfunded Phase 2: Cowiche Canyon Lane to trailhead Phase 1 RNVay is in place; Current work is on environmental permitting and final bridge design River Road Widening Reconstruct and Widen roadway $1M SIED grant received; Ph. 2 in 2022; working on RNV& Bob Desgrosellier River Road, 40th to vicinity of 35th-Complete 16 CIP 2479 Engineering 34th to 40th Avenues to 3-lane standard with curb, Engineering Spring 2022 environmental,tied to the new roundabout(s)at 34th (remaining 35th to 34th) gutter&sidewalk Randy Tabert Next phase, vic.35th ave. to new Roundabout Avenue and Fruitvale Blvd. Construct 18,000+sf addition to Contractor:Total Site Services of Richland, WA Yakima Convention Center- North Bob Desgrosellier/ Engineering&City utilities involved with site work- 17 CIP 2498 Engineering Expansion Project the north end of the Convention Randy Tabert Engineering 2020 Construction has begun; Cony. Center has hired a project manager for the building work Center Project to be complete by April 1, 2021 2 Roundabouts Construct 2 roundabouts Application for this project was Design is 30%complete; RNVay is under way; 18 CIP 2447 Engineering at Fruitvale Blvd& River Road (or double roundabout) Bob Desgrosellier/ Engineering Spring 2022 successful fora$914K Federal Grant. WSDOT is providingdesign assistance 9 9 (Randy Tabert) 9 9 p 9 9 at N. 34th Avenue at this compound intersection Pursuing rtway as NEPA has been approved for this unique double roundabout Signalize: Construct signal We are on-target with funding obligation paperwork; 19 CIP 2516 Engineering W. Washin ton&48th Avenue at this intersection; Bob Desgrosellier/ Engineering Spring 2021 design is beingcompleted and tied to the We are finalizing construction and bid documents. 9 9 9 (Randy Tabert) 9 9 p 9 9 p We expect to advertise for bidders in March (at Spring Creek Road) (tied to Spring Creek Proj.) Spring Creek Phase 2 Construction Project Proj Proj. Impacted Constrctn. Start Notes Type No. Lead Division Project Name/Location Description of Work Project Lead Divisions Date Status/Schedule 2/11/21 Roundabout at: Construct roundabout Bob Desgrosellier/ Using the City's consultant selection process for a funding obligation and other preliminary work is underway; 20 CIP 2517 Engineering N.Washington&72nd Avenue at this compound intersection (Randy Tabert) Engineering 2022 design engineer,we have selected HLA,Yakima, for the design will start soon in anticipation of bidding design. A contract is being finalized; in early 2022, and constructing in 2022 A Petro-Vend System was identified by staff to have Fuel Station modifications Replace outdated and Bob Desgrosellier/ Engineering/ interchangeable parts with the existing system. 21 CIP 2512 Engineering at Public Works&City-wide problematic equipment (Randy Tabert) Fleet 11/2020 Leslie&Campbell, Inc., Union Gap, Final work is nearing completion was the low-bidder at$201,357 Re-Roof Project Install new roofing on 2 Bob Desgrosellier/ Engineering/ Roofing on two buildings at Public Works was The replacement roof made the roofs water-tight again; 22 CIP 2513 Engineering 2020 completed by Mascott Equipment- Pasco,WA; with improved insulation. at Public Works buildings- Public works complex (Randy Pitney) Bldng Operations Work has been completed and accepted; Project is closed out Extend sidewalk on Transit Sidewalk Project Bob Desgrosellier/ R/Way acquisition is under way. well follow the Procurement Guidelines ???? 23 CIPEngineering N. 16th Ave, Fruitvale Blvd to DOC N. 16th/Fruitvale from 7-11 to (Randy Tabert) Engineering 2021 Design will continue during this period. of the City of Yakima for small works projects existing sidewalk @ D.O.C. Mausoleum Re-Roof at Reroof the Mausoleum Bob Desgrosellier/ Engineering/ Low bidder: Leslie&Campbell, Yakima; $58,022 We bid this project using the Small Works Roster from MRSC 24 CIP ???? Engineering October 2020 following state and city procurement methods. Tahoma Cemetery (Parks) at Tahoma Cemetery (Randy Tabert) Parks Work is complete and has been accepted. Project is closed out Yakima Alley Paving Bill Preston/ We applied for a$500K grant&were awarded the The proposed 9 alleys are within the area bound by 25 CIP ???? Engineering Pave nine gravel/dirt alleys Streets Spring 2021 Congestion Mitigation&Air Quality funding(CMAQ) Fruitvale to Summitview; 6th to 16th Avenues; Phase 2 Bob Desgrosellier We are in design Work includes new concrete alley approaches. Remove and Replace: ESF Solutions, LLC-Walla Walla Funded with TBD funding; 4th Street Sidewalks Bob Desgrosellier/ Engineering, 26 CIP ???? Engineering 3,600 LF of sidewalk; October, 2020 Work began early November'20; Streets Division will remove stwalks; Walnut St.to Pacific Ave. construct 50 new ADA ramps (Randy Tabert) Streets contractor is 95%complete. they will be replaced by the contractor Two-phased project to upgrade sanitary sewer preparing for Mill Site Development. Phase 1 was 27 CIP 2486 Wastewater Fair Avenue Sanitary Sewer Main new 15" sewer line in Fair Ave.; Dana Kallevig/Mike Wastewater 2020 Project is complete Improvements Beech St.to E. Spruce. Phase 2 Price upsized existing 10"sewer line; E. Spruce Street to 1-82 interchange near Target. Project to repair aged sewer infrastructure by adding 28 CIP 2501 Wastewater Collections System City Wide manholes where Sewer Dana Kallevig/Mike Wastewater 2020 Project is complete Repairs- Priority 5 Price Maintenance has poor access. Multiple locations City-wide Project to repair aged sewer 29 CIP 2495 Wastewater CIPP Rehabilitation- Priority 1 infrastructure by process of Dana Kallevig/Mike Wastewater 2021 Project started Jan. 2021 - Complete by April 2021 Cure In Place Pipe. Multiple Price locations City-wide Project to repair aged sewer Collections System City Wide infrastructure by digging and Dana Kallevig/Mike In Design with HLA Engineering. Expected to 30 CIP TBD Wastewater Wastewater 2021 Repairs- Priority 2 replacing. Multiple locations Price bid summer of 2021 and construct winter 2021. throughout City Project to install an odor-control 31 CIP 2502 Wastewater Beech Street Lift Station Odor system at the Beech Street Dana Kallevig/Mike Wastewater 2020 Project is under construction Control Lift Station Price Replace all six UV slide gates Marc Cawley/ Mike Designed by G&O Engineering; 9 bids were received, 32 CIP 2525 Wastewater UV Slide gate Replacement and automated actuators Price Wastewater 2021 TML Construction was low bidder at$153,894.30. NTP Expected completion is 2nd quarter 2021. was issued on 01/12/21. Proj Proj. Impacted Constrctn. Start Notes Type No. Lead Division Project Name/Location Description of Work Project Lead Divisions Date Status/Schedule 2/11/21 Replaces existing flow meter, level sensors, air compressors, Designed by RH2 Engineering,total of 3 bids were 33 CIP 2527 Wastewater Wastewater Pump Station Upgrades motor control center,telemetry Marc Cawley/ Mike Wastewater 2021 received with Farmers Electric II, LLC being awarded Low bids were tied, Used DOT Specification for tie breaker. panel,variable frequency drives Price the project at$377,000. & lighting panel at Rudkin Rd Expected completion 3rd quarter 2021. station. Replace faulty steel pipes with In design with G&O Engineering. Expected to advertise 34 CIP 2526 Wastewater IW Hot Water Pipe Replacement PEX pipe to circulate hot water Marc Cawley/ Mike Wastewater 2021 for bids in early February 2021. Construction expected to the UASB Reactor, Price approximately 1200ft. to be complete in 3rd quarter 2021. Upgrade to bathrooms, offices, Wastewater/ Wastewater Maintenance Facility Dana Kallevig/Mike 35 CIP 2502 Stormwater Upgrades & meeting room at maint. facility, Price Wastewater 2020 Project is complete 3rd&Pine. City&HDR designing and permitting. Stakeholder Ecology has issued 401 Water Quality Certification. HPA Water/Irrigation, review on-going. Project cost at$24.6M funding-$6M application 9/24/20 Project design nearing 90%. Final Move Point of Diversion Rich Sanislo/ USBR,Yakima Bond; CIP reserves. Fish Barrier Removal Board grant Nelson Dam Replacement/Fruitvale plans/specs scheduled to be completed January 2021. 36 CIP 2010 Water/Irrigation (Improving Nelson Dam fish Dave Brown/ County,WDFW, Spring 2021 $4.134M, County FbD Grant$4.4M,WDFW Capital Canal Diversion Improvements screen for additional water) Mike Shane North Yakima projects at$8.2M. Project coordination and design DOE approved point of diversion change for Fruitvale and Old Conservation District meetings are on-going. SEPA DNS. JARPA submitted Union to Nelson Dam. Many attempts to engage BPA on 2/26/20 to USACE for Nationwide Permit. unsuccessful Water facilities impacted Mike Shane/ Water/Irrigation, On-going coordination with other projects(sidewalks, 37 CIP 2288 Water/Irrigation Misc. waterline improvements. bymisc. projects Emilio LopezStreets, Eng. 2021 seal) Majority of work to be completed by in-house staff. p l p paving, chip Modification of river intake; Golder&Assoc. design, permitting,funding, Currently applying for in river permits. Comments back from Naches River WTP Intake Possible improvements in river Dave Brown, construction bid& inspection support of new intake& Corps of Engineers required a bit of redesign. Consultant 38 CIP 2335 Water/Irrigation Improvements to maintain existing location Mike Shane, Jeff Water/Irrigation Fall 2021 floodplain stabilization structures. Stakeholder(TAG) working on JARPA permit. HPA submitted 9/24/20 Working and flows to intake Bond meetings on-going. with County on SEPA and Shoreline permit Replacement of existing 6" 2- Project is funded by Public Works Trust Fund loan. Working 39 CIP 2503 Water/Irrigation E.Viola Ave.Waterline bolt main with new 12" DI Dave Brown, Water/Irrigation 2021 Task Order for HLA approved. with Wastewater Division to remove an abandoned 36"concrete Improvements waterline from S. Fair Ave.to Mike Shane Surveying and design is underway line and manholes as part of project. Streets Division interested Rudkin Rd. in paving E. Viola Ave. once project is completed. Installation of new 12" DI waterline in Avalanche Ave.to 40 CIP 2504 Water/Irrigation Avalanche Ave.- N. 40th Ave. to N. improve fire flow between 2nd Dave Brown, Water/Irrigation 2021 Task Order for HLA approved. Project is funded by Public Works Trust Fund loan. 42nd Ave.Waterline Improvements Level and 3rd Level pressure Mike Shane Surveying and design is underway zones Installation of new 12" DI 41 CIP 2537 Water/Irrigation E. Mead Ave./S. 1st St.Waterline waterline in W. Mead Ave. and Dave Brown, Water/Irrigation 2021 Task Order for HLA approved. Project is funded by Public Works Trust Fund loan. Improvements south on S. 1st St.to improve Mike Shane Surveying and design is underway fire flows North 1st Street Installation of new 12" DI Engineering, Streets Dave Brown, &Traffic Eng., Coordinating design and construction with Engineering 42 CIP 2391 Water/Irrigation Corridor Revitalization; waterline in N. 1st St. as part of Mike Shane Water/Irrigation, Spring 2021 Division Phase 2: 'J' St.to'N' St. street reconstruction project Wastewater/Storm Inspect, evaluate, design and Intent to negotiate with G &0 to be approved by City Consultant selection process with HLA and G&O. G &0 1st Level Reservoir Repair and repairs to the 6-MG 1st Level Dave Brown, Manager. Scope of work, fees and consultant selected to provide inspection of reservoir for leaks, concrete 43 CIP 2533 Water/Irrigation Water/Irrigation 2021 agreement approved December 2, 2020. Design of new deterioration, seismic and other deficiencies; provide report of Rehabilitation Reservoir located at 40th and Mike Shane 24"valve installation underway, as well as water system findings; design of project; advertising for bids; contract and Englewood modeling to plan for taking reservoir off-line. construction admin.through project completion. Replace well piping, shaft, 4 bids were received. LAD Irrigation low bid at Old piping, shaft and pump have been removed and motor has Dave Brown, Mike been rebuilt. Painting has started and valves will be rebuilt 44 CIP 2520 Water/Irrigation Kiwanis Well Pump Replacement pump, rebuild motor, install seal Shane, Jeff Bond Water/Irrigation 2020 $65,119.69. Submittals have been reviewed and soon. New pump and shaft have been made and scheduling kits on valves and painting approved. Waiting for delivery of materials. delivery and installation of materials Installation of new 12" DI Water/Irrigation, 45 CIP 2482 Water/Irrigation 34th/Fruitvale W Mike Waterline Dave in conjunction with Dave Brown, Streets,Wastewater, 2022 Coordinating design with Engineering Division (Roundabout) intersection roundabout project Shane Engineering Pave nine alleys bounded by Bids opened 2/12/19 and awarded to Selland 46 CIP 2491 Stormwater Yakima Alley Improvements Phase 1 Cherry/Garfield and Randy Meloy, Stormwater, Streets 2019 Construction, Inc. of Wenatchee for$398,650.Work Project completed in 2nd Quarter FY 2020. Lewis/Oregon including new Mike Price concrete alley approaches. was substantially complete in November 2019. Reconstruct a berm on the north Wide Hollow Creek Berm side of Wide Hollow Creek that Randy Meloy, Bids opened 12/19/19 and awarded to Selland 47 CIP 2507 Stormwater Reconstruction protects residents between 75th Mike Price Stormwater 2020 Construction, Inc. of Wenatchee for$233,884.Work to Project completed in 1st Quarter 2020. Ave. and 80th Ave.from being begin in January 2020. flooded. Proj Proj. Impacted Constrctn. Start Notes Type No. Lead Division Project Name/Location Description of Work Project Iliad Divisions Date Status/Schedule 2/11/21 Installing a cured in place pipe Bids opened 12/4/19 and awarded to Michels Corporation 48 CIP 2496 Stormwater DID CIPP Rehabilitation liner inside three sections of old Randy Meloy, Stormwater 2020 of Salem, OR for$244,498.Work to begin in February Project completed in 1st Quarter 2020. DID pipe totaling nearly 4,000 Mike Price 2020. linear feet. Arlington Avenue Stormwater Installing new storm piping on 49 CIP 2522 Stormwater Improvements-50th Ave.to 56th Arlington Ave. that will prevent Randy Meloy, Stormwater 2021 Design by HLA. Bids opened 1/8/21 and awarded to TTC Construction scheduled to begin in March 2021. Ave. flooding at the Arlington Ave./S. Mike Price Construction, Inc.of Yakima for$305,005. 56th Ave. intersection. A study to minimize and remove DID and Storm Drain Improvement or redirect City storm/ground Randy Meloy, Agreement with HLA completed in November 2020. Study 50 CIP 2536 Stormwater Project water from DID pipes prior to Mike Price Stormwater 2021 is underway. Construction projects to follow completion of study. leaving City limits.