South Bayside System Authority News – Update on 48-inch Force Main Reliability Improvement Project

  • by BPC Staff
  • June 17, 2013
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Update on 48-inch Force Main Reliability Improvement Project

   June 17, 2013 

SBSA provides wastewater services to residents and businesses in
Redwood City, San Carlos, Belmont, and West Bay Sanitary District

 

 

 

 

  

Work Hours for SBSA’s 48-inch Force Main Reliability Improvements Project: Unit 1 – Maple Street to Bair Island

 

The South Bayside System Authority (SBSA) has begun its long-anticipated 48-inch Force Main Reliability Improvements Project: Unit 1 – Maple Street to Bair Island.This segment is expected to take at least 12 months to complete. Detailed information about the project is available at www.sbsa.org/48-inch-pipeline/ 

 

 

  • Construction is allowed between the hours of seven (7:00) a.m. and seven (7:00) p.m. on weekdays. The longer work hours per day allows the overall project work to be completed in a shorter calendar time frame.
  • When approved in advance by SBSA and the City of Redwood City, construction may be extended to include weekends and holidays but shall be limited to the hours between seven (7:00) a.m. and seven (7:00) p.m. on Saturdays, and nine (9:00) a.m. and six (6:00) p.m. on Sundays and holidays, unless other working hours are approved by SBSA in writing.
  • A request has been made for weekend hours on Bair Island Marina/U.S. Fish & Wildlife site for these dates: 

  

Saturday, June 22nd – 7:00 am – 7:00 pm  

 

Saturday, June 29th – 7:00 am – 7:00 pm  

 

Sunday, June 30th – 9:00 am – 6:00 pm   

  

We invite your attention to see two graphics that help you visualize the project areas at our website, www.sbsa.org
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Questions About the 48-Inch Pipeline Project

Duane Sandul  650-585-2181
duanesandul@gmail.com

The mission of the 48-Inch Force Main Reliability Improvement Project is to plan, design, construct, and safely put into service, at the lowest reasonable cost and in the shortest practical time, a new force main pipe that protects the environment.

 

 

http://www.sbsa.org/48-inch-pipeline/