One Mile Long 24-Inch Water Transmission Main to Mt. Pleasant Pumping Station

One Mile Long 24-Inch Water Transmission Main to Mt. Pleasant Pumping Station

Overview

Client:
New York City Department of Environmental Protection
Project:
Water Main to Mt. Pleasant Water Pumping Station from Kensico Reservoir
Contract Amount:
$300,000
Contact:
Swapan Gangopadhyay, PE, (718) 595-6104
Project Description:

The water supply for the town of Mt. Pleasant is currently provided by the Catskill Aqueduct. The Catskill Aqueduct is scheduled to undergo pressurization before Catskill-Delaware Ultraviolet Disinfection Facility is online. During the period of pressurization, the Catskill Aqueduct cannot provide water to the Mt. Pleasant Water Pumping Station. As a result, a water transmission main from Delaware Aqueduct was designed to provide water to the Mt. Pleasant Pumping Station for the town of Mt. Pleasant during this period and for future use. The water main crosses Columbus Avenue, Lakeview Avenue, an access to Taconic Parkway, Wall Street, a residential street and Clove Creek. A precast culvert was replaced for the Clove Creek crossing per request of the town. Amay Associates provided the following services to NYCDEP as a sub-consultant to a Hazen and Sawyer and CDM Smith Inc. Joint Venture:

  • Provided technical memo for directional drill and open cut installations and provided cost comparison.
  • Prepared drawings and specifications for the project.
  • Provided calculations for runoff for the New York State Stormwater Permit.
  • Provided calculations for NYC Land Use permit.
  • Provided design services during construction.
  • Reviewed and approved shop drawings.
  • Responded to Requests for Information.
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