WATER TREATMENT PLANT HIGH SERVICE PUMP REPLACEMENT PROJECT
The City of Hendersonville opened sealed formal Bids, from the previously prequalified bidders only, at 2:30 pm on June 20th, 2017 for the furnishing of materials, labor, and equipment for the construction of the City of Hendersonville Water Treatment Plant High Service Pump Replacement project in the City Operations Center, 305 Williams Street, Hendersonville, NC 28792. The project consists of the replacement of the four (4) existing high service pumps with two (2) new 600 horsepower and two (2) new 400 horsepower vertical turbine high service pumps; structural modifications to the existing high service pump equipment pads to accept the new vertical turbine pumps; replacement of the existing high service pump soft starters with new variable frequency drives (VFDs); installation of new split system air conditioning units and ductwork in the existing electrical building; installation of a new exhaust fan and louvers in the existing high service pump building; and hardwiring and installation of all electrical and controls hardware associated with the new pumps and VFDs.
Engineer: McKim & Creed
Contract Drawings and Bidding Documents
Invitation to Bid
Addendum No. 1 (Issued May 26, 2017)
Addendum No. 2 (Issued June 8, 2017)
Addendum No. 3 (Issued June 14, 2017)
Initial Bid Results
Final Bid Results, Bid Tabulation and Engineer's Recommendation Letter
Construction Schedule: To Be Determined
ETOWAH AREA WATER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS
This project will include the installation of approximately 14,000-ft. of 12-inch ductile iron water main from the proposed booster pumping station to be located adjacent to Morgan Rd. in the Etowah area. This new pump station will lift water up to the 500,000-gallon storage tank to be located on Little Mountain off of Drexel Rd. These improvements should allow the City to remove several hydropnuematic pump stations currently boosting water pressure at some of the higher elevations of the City's water system in the Etowah area.
French Broad River Raw Water Pump Station and Intake, Phase 2:
This second phase complements the Phase 1 pipeline (completed - May 2011) and will consist of an intake and raw water pumping station located adjacent to the French Broad River; tentatively scheduled for construction in 2018.
The City is providing streambank stabilization measures along Britton Creek, Mud Creek and an unnamed tributary to Bat Fork Creek. The measures will consist of vegetated geolifts, live staking and rip-rap to protect our existing sanitary sewer mains located along these streams. Currently we are having erosion issues along sanitary sewer lines within the streams. These concentrated areas could cause issues in the future if left alone. As part of protecting our infrastructure for the future, we will be obtaining a conservation easement surrounding our project areas. This easement will provide a stabilized bank for generations to come while providing a natural landscape buffer. The City awarded this project to Haywood Grading & Excavating and was completed during the fall of 2011.