- Facilitating a cooperative dialogue between southwest Washington public agencies and ACEC;
- Enhancing professionalism and integrity throughout the design and construction industry;
- Promoting quality and value through improved business practices;
- Investing in the future by promoting education, new technology, and research and development; and
- Promoting the use of project delivery methods that best serve the public interest.
The group plans to meet quarterly.
Pictured above, Vancouver Mayor Tim Leavitt, PE, PBS Engineering + Environmental, takes questions from the group during their January 28 meeting. He and Dan Swensen, City of Vancouver's Engineering Manager, provided the public agency update. About 40 members, guests and representatives from various southwest Washington public agencies attended the presentation on "Practical Design: Transforming Design Policy." Kevin Miller, SW Region Design and Engineering Services Manager, Washington State Department of Transporation, delivered the talk.
For more information please contact the steering committee chair, Matt Shanahan, email@example.com, or mwebber@acecOregon.org.
NEXT MEETING / PRESENTATION
Tuesday, October 1, 2019
11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
(Social - 11:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. / Presentation - 12:00 to 1:00 p.m.)
City of Vancouver
Water Resources Education Center
Michelle Henry, PE, Senior Civil Engineer
City of Vancouver
Water System Planning & Design/Public Works
Water Station 1 Upgrades - Design and Construction
SYNOPSIS: The Water Station 1 site contains 12 active groundwater wells, multiple booster pumping facilities, water treatment, and storage. The site is Vancouver’s most prolific water source and capable of providing 27.4 MG of drinking water per day. The Water Station 1 Upgrades project is being completed in three phases.
- The first phase has been completed and consisted of site wide electrical upgrades, new control systems, a booster pump station, operations support facilities, and a treatment facility.
- The second phase is currently under construction and consists of replacing a 250,000 gallon elevated water tower with a 1 MG water standpipe, replacing 5 MG of ground level water storage with 8 MG of ground level storage, and security improvements along with other site civil improvements. All this is being done while the site remains active to feed most of downtown Vancouver and push water to outer areas in higher pressure zones. Phase 2 is anticipated to be completed by mid-year 2021.
- The final phase will be Phase 3 and is slated for construction in 2022. The last phase will replace three declining groundwater wells.
PUBLIC AGENCY UPDATE
Ryan Lopossa, City of Vancouver
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PAST MEETINGS / PRESENTATIONS
April 4, 2019
Clark County Public Works, Vancouver
What's new at WSDOT SW Region
October 3, 2018
WSDOT's Design-Build Process and the Chamber Way Bridge
April 5, 2018
City of Vancouver - Water Resources Education Center
Green Stormwater Infrastructure Design
October 5, 2017
Clark County Public Works
Connecting Mass Transit and Trails - A Win-Win for Both
May 3, 2017
Bus on Shoulder Study & Pilot Project for SR-14 and I-205
January 26, 2017
Adapting Water Supplies Post-Condit Dam Removal
October 19, 2016
Collaborative Design of Context Sensitive Rockfall Mitigation - Challis Highway Project, Idaho
July 28, 2016
Landslide Mitigation using Anchored Shear Piles
April 28, 2016
Tilikum Crossing, Bridge of the People
January 28, 2016
Practical Design: Transforming Design Policy
October 6, 2015
Clark Regional Wastewater District
Performance Based Intersection and Interchange Evaluations