Irvine Ranch Water District – New Project

Blog1Orange Park Acres Well 1 Redrill

The IRWD recently advertised a new project to bid. Only select bidders may submit a proposal however subs are welcome to contact the primes listed below. The complete bid packages are available at SABP Reprographics located at 2372 Morse Ave, Irvine 949 756-1001. The engineer’s final construction cost estimate is $4.8M, and the bid opening is scheduled for November 12. Staff is still working to finalize the SCE service plan and the City of Orange water service plan, which are both anticipated to be completed in the coming weeks.

SELECT BIDDERS

  • Caliagua, Inc.
  • Clarke Contracting Corp.
  • Doty Bros. Construction Co.
  • Olsson Construction
  • Gateway Pacific Contractors, Inc.
  • Pacific Hydrotech
  • RC Foster Corporation
  • Schuler Engineering Corp.
  • W.M. Lyles Co.
  • Stanek Constructors
  • SS Mechanical Corp.

DESCRIPTION OF THE WORK

Work on Orange Park Acres Well No. 1 Wellhead Facilities includes: demolition of existing site features,Blog2 earthwork, precise grading, site improvements, CMU wall, chain link fence, drainage facilities, pedestrian gate, motorized rolling gate, electrical and telemetry equipment, electrical meter and service, electrical transformer, well pump and motor,

booster pump and motor, piping, valves, flow meters, surge tank with air compressor, aqueous ammonia and sodium hypochlorite disinfection facility, well/booster pump building with wet well, electrical control room, chemical building with fire sprinkler system, HVAC system for well/pump and chemical buildings, arid site security system.

PROJECT BACKGROUND

IRWD provides water service to the Orange Park Acres community.  As a result of the June 2008 annexation, the former Orange Park Acres Mutual Water Company is now the Orange Park Acres Service Area within IRWD.  Due to the age and deteriorating condition of the existing well, IRWD demolished the under-producing well and plans to drill a new one on the same site located on North Gravier in the City of Orange. When the project is complete, water will be pumped from this well and used for drinking water purposes throughout the Orange Park Acres service area