Project Status Updates

In an effort to ensure long lasting infrastructure and high quality culinary water and sanitary wastewater services, GHID is continually updating aging pipes and facilities and addressing problematic areas within these crucial systems. Our goal is to keep the Water and Wastewater systems in good repair in order to avoid costly emergency repairs when pipes break or collapse. It is our goal to carry out these projects and improvements with minimal disruption to our customers. Take note of our upcoming projects and feel free to contact our staff at 801.968.3551 with any concerns. Please be patient with us while we work to provide you with the high level of service you have come to expect from GHID.

Updated October 2019

18B: 4100 South Waterline Replacement - Bangerter Highway to 5600 West

Consultant (Design): Horrocks Engineers (WVC/UDOT - Local Governments Project)

Consultant (CM): PEC (Project Engineering Consultants)

Contractor: Geneva Rock Products, Inc.

Status: The Contractor is working to install pipe and tie in services west of 5400 West. They will continue to work on the north side of 4100 South until next spring, including working on storm drain laterals.

18C: Meter 80 Piping & Breeze Chemical Feed Project

Consultant: Hansen, Allen & Luce, Inc.

Contractor: Burlington Civil, Inc.

Status: The construction project is still on hold. The District is waiting for the insurance company to fulfill their obligation under the Performance Bond.

18F: Hillsdale WWPS Decommissioning & Gravity Sewer

Consultant: CRS Engineers

Contractor: Lance Excavating, Inc.

Status: Construction is ongoing.

18G: MVC Waterline Betterments

Consultant: Parsons Transportation Group, Inc. and CRS Engineers

Contractor: Mountain View Corridor Constructors (A Kiewitt-Clyde Joint Venture)

Status: The District continues to meet with UDOT’s Design-Build Contractor (CRS Engineers). The 900 feet of 16-inch AC waterline in 2700 South was replaced with 16-inch PVC. Other betterments will start in the near future.

18H: Pioneer WWPS Replacement Project - Site Selection

Consultant: Bowen, Collins & Associates, Inc. (Engineering)

Consultant: Mulvey Enterprises (Real Estate Agent)

Contractor: To be determined

Status: A preliminary design report will be completed in the near future.

18I: Well No. 12 Landscaping Project

Consultant: Project Engineering Consultants

Contractor: To be determined

Status: The consultant has completed the final design for the site. We will hold off on construction until the water quality study is complete and sites are selected, which may affect the design of this site.

18J: GHID Headquarters Landscaping

Consultant: J-U-B Engineers

Contractor: Nelson Brothers Construction Company

Status: The project is nearing completion. The plants are in the ground and the concrete wall for the monument signs have been installed. The monument sign lettering and District logo will be the last items to be installed.

18K: Printers Row Waterline Replacement Project

Consultant: Stanley Consultants

Contractor: Rolfe Excavating & Construction, Inc

Status: The bid opening was held on September 26, 2019 and five out of the nine prequalified contractors submitted bids. The low responsive bidder is Rolfe Excavating & Construction, Inc.

19A: Sewer Rehabilitation Project

Consultant: None - GHID Design

Contractor: Planned and Engineered Construction, Inc.

Status: The project consists of 3.5 miles of 8-inch and 10-inch cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) at various locations throughout the District.

19C: 2200 West Waterline Project

Consultant: Franson Civil Engineers

Contractor: To be determined

Status: Design is ongoing.

19D: PRV Upgrades & Large Meter Replacements

Consultant: Forsgren Associates, Inc.

Contractor: To be determined

Status: The design work is in progress.

19F: 3600 West Waterline Project

Consultant: PSOMAS

Contractor: To be determined

Status: The design kickoff meeting was held on September 19, 2019. The consultant presented a preliminary alignment and discussed utility pothole locations. District representatives and the consultant visited the tank site to verify the location of existing utilities. To comply with NEPA requirements, a categorical exclusion request has been submitted to the Division of Drinking Water.

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