INFLUENT PUMP STATION PROJECT
The Sewerage Commission - Oroville Region (SC-OR) worked with Jacobs Engineering (formerly CH2M Hill) to design a new influent pump station for the wastewater treatment plant in Oroville. The new pump station has a designed 15 million gallons-per-day (MGD) pumping capactity, and will include new valves, diversion boxes, flow meter, and Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) control center.
SC-OR received partial funding from the Water Quality, Supply, and Infrastructure Improvement Act of 2014 for the construction of this project in the amount of $3,776,154.00. Funding was made possible through an agreement with The California State Department of Water Resorces and Butte County Department of Water and Resource Conservation.
On June 15, 2021, SC-OR, along with Jacobs Engineering, held a public bid opening for the influent pump station project. SC-OR received three bids, and ultimately Gateway Pacific Contractors, Inc. was awarded the project with the low bid of $7,171,451..00.
Project Design Engineer: Jacobs Engineering
Construction Engineers: Coleman Engineering
General Contractor: Gateway Pacific Contractors, Inc.
Construction offically began on August 23, 2021. The PowerPoint slide show displays the project site before construction of the first and second phases of the excavation and shoring. This is a 23 MB file:Construction Progress Sept 2021.pptx