Capital Project Tracking and Reporting SystemCity of St. Joseph, Missouri
Eastside Wastewater Improvement Project
 

Project Information

Eastside Wastewater Improvement Project
420-805

Project Manager: David Frazier

Assistant Project Manager: Roger Sparks

Current Project Status: Construction

Project Scope:
   This project includes identifying the best location for, and the construction of a new sanitary sewer pump station near Candy Creek, along with associated force mains and gravity sewer interceptors. The new station will replace the existing Easton Road pump station, which is under capacity and not in the proper location to meet future service needs. The project will also evaluate and address the condition of the Faraon Street Pump Station and associated force main and implement measures for their continued use in the near term.  

Project Funding:
   2007 Sewer Bonds
   2015 A IDA Bonds
   SEWER FUND
   SEWER FUND BAL
   SRF FUNDING
   Water Protection Operating Fund

Project Funding Amount: $30,491,920.39

Update:
   The new Candy Creek Pump Station is substantially complete and is being operating in automatic mode. The Faraon Street Headworks Building and Pump Station is also substantially complete and the station is operating in automatic mode. Systems are closely being monitored to ensure they continue to operate as designed. Progress on the excavation necessary for the new headwords building at Faraon was delayed because of rainfall, excessive groundwater and muddy conditions in the excavation, resulting in the project running behind schedule. The contractor is requesting additional time because of those conditions, and additional compensation because of unexpected site conditions (reinforced concrete shoring beams from the original station construction). We agree that additional time should be granted on account of those delays. Further delays were experienced at Faraon in resolving vibration and elevated bearing temperatures of the newly installed main duty pumps. The contractor diligently pursued the troubleshooting process and has resolved those issues. We recently met with the contractor and reached an agreement with the contractor resolving all the above mentioned items. A change order (#4) will formalize that agreement. 

Last Update: Tuesday February 28, 2017