Rio Linda, CA Well No.16 Pump Station Project The Rio Linda/Elverta Community Water District is an independent special water district which serves the communities of Rio Linda, Elverta and surrounding area. The overall system infrastructure is aging, and the client…

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Oakland, CA Grand Avenue Pipeline Replacement The East Bay Municipal Utility District (East Bay MUD) operates and maintains over 4,200 miles of waterlines, providing service to more than 1.4 million customers. The overall system is aging, making these waterlines more…

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San Francisco, CA PG&E Shoreline Restoration PG&E’s Shoreline Restoration project transformed 4,000 lineal feet of San Francisco bay-front shoreline from an industrial landscape to a public open space that provides a vital link between Indian Basin and Heron’s Head parks.…

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San Francisco, CA Candlestick Point Infrastructure Improvements The Candlestick Point Infrastructure Improvements project (CP-01) was the first phase for converting 700 undeveloped acres along San Francisco’s waterfront into a vibrant mixed-used community. Residential, retail and office space will be interspersed…

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Tuolumne County, CA Cherry Dam Outlet Works Cherry Lake in the Sierra mountains is part of the Hetch Hetchy Regional Water System, providing drinking water for the greater San Francisco Bay Area. The outlet facilities at Cherry Dam, which was…

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Sonoma, CA West Napa Street Water System Replacement The West Napa Street Water System Replacement project is part of the City of Sonoma’s efforts to replace aging and/or failing water system infrastructure ahead of a Caltrans paving project. These improvements…

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San Carlos, CA Hilltop Drive Pump Station The Hilltop Drive Pump Station project is a renovation of critical infrastructure in the City of San Carlos, which will help improve water service reliability for local customers. Once completed, the station at…

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San Francisco, CA Oceanside Treatment Plan The Oceanside Plant is one of San Francisco’s three wastewater treatment facilities, which together provide service for over 800,000 customers. Oceanside alone processes an average of 15 million gallons of wastewater a day and…

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