STAMFORD WATER SYSTEM REHABILITATION PROJECT
LOCATION: VILLAGE OF STAMFORD, NY
Project Description: In April of 2016, the Village of Stamford, New York selected Cedarwood Engineering Services, PLLC to complete engineering services to upgrade and replace components of the Village water system that were either obsolete and/or at the end of their useful life. The project consists of the two independent but critical construction projects: (1) the replacement of a 1.5 million-gallon concrete storage tank with a new 750,000-gallon glass-fused to steel storage tank and (2) the replacement of approximately 11,500 feet of water main replacement and approximately 3,600 feet of distribution system connector piping (i.e. looping) to address water quality issues. The water main construction includes approximately 11,500 feet of water main replacement, and approximately 3,600 feet of distribution system connector piping (i.e. looping) to address water quality issues. The storage tank project involves replacing the existing 1.5 million-gallon storage tank (which is in a state of disrepair and is planned to be demolished) with a new 750,000-gallon tank in the area adjacent to the current tank (at the end of Kirkner Hill Road).
Project Cost: $6,200,000
Contractors (Phase I):
General: Tweedie Construction Services, Inc.
Technical: Statewide Aquastore, Inc.
Electrical & Controls: Vacri Construction Corporation
USDA Rural Development
NYS Environmental Facilities Corporation – Water Infrastructure Improvement Act Grant
NYS Homes & Community Renewal – Community Development Block Grant
Project Status: The project is currently in construction for Phase I which is anticipated to be completed by the end of 2018. Phase II construction is anticipated to commence in the spring of 2019.