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Project Name:Irvine Regional Park (5822)

Location:Irvine, CA

Type:Public Works

Contract Value:$ 1,763,000.00

Project Summary:

Construction of the Irvine Regional Park Water Pipeline Replacement to support installation of new water pipes throughout the park to ensure acceptable levels of water service for domestic and fire suppression.

Background:
The existing domestic water lines in Irvine Regional Park were installed in the 1940s and include almost four linear miles (20,518 linear feet) of pipe. The park has a separate system of water lines that deliver untreated Irvine Lake water for irrigation purposes.

The main domestic water lines are transit pipe, and the other domestic water lines are metal or plastic (PVC) pipe. The water lines are failing due to corrosion and are subject to frequent leaks, necessitating costly repairs. Optimal water pressure for fire suppression purposes cannot be maintained due to the corrosion and leakage.

New Construction Scope Highlights:
Kana Pipeline will install new domestic water line pipes throughout the park to ensure acceptable levels of water service for domestic use and fire suppression. All of the park's main lines, as well as the park's existing 8-inch pipes, will be replaced. New 12-inch pipes will supply the central part of the park to ensure acceptable levels of fire suppression for the park's historic structures and new buildings located in the park's maintenance yard. The remainder of the park's domestic water lines will be supplied by new 8-inch pipes.

Information taken from public records 6/19/12 Agenda Staff Report's contract award Summary.

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