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Current Phase of Work in Progress:  As of January 5, 2014

Pump Station:

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The performance testing has now been completed and the system testing phase is continuing. Once all systems have completed and the various tests and inspections performed, the unit will be commissioned and turned over to the city.

Warner Avenue:

Demolition of the 2 existing pump stations located near the Bolsa Chica conservancy and Jack in the Box is underway. A new manhole located near Brightwater has been added to the contract which will consolidate several existing manholes that will be demolished and should help to reduce odors. Periodic lane closures should be expected for the next few weeks to accommodate various work activities. There may be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

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Pacfic Coast Highway

Installation of the new main sewer piping and the associated sewer laterals is complete. Portions of the roadway have been repaved and the final curb repair has been completed. The existing pump station located near the liquor store is currently being demolished. Periodic lane closures should be expected for the next few weeks to accommodate various work activities. There may be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.  

Current Phase of Work in Progress:  As of December 15, 2014

Pump Station:

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Installation of pumps, control systems and other equipment such as the emergency generator has been completed and the performance testing has started. The testing phase is expected to last a couple of weeks. Once all systems have completed and the various tests and inspections performed, the unit will be commissioned and the existing pumping facilities located on West Warner and PCH will be removed. Final paving and striping of the area can then be completed.

Warner Avenue:

Periodic lane closures should be expected for the next few weeks to accommodate various work activities. The final step for this segment will be to remove the remaining pump facilities and re-surface the roadway including installation of permanent traffic markings. This will occur when all of the new systems have been commissioned. There may be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

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Pacfic Coast Highway

Installation of the new main sewer piping and the associated sewer laterals is complete. Portions of the roadway have been repaved and the final curb repair has been completed. The final step for this segment will be to remove the remaining pump facilities and patch the existing pavement. This will occur when all of the new systems have been commissioned. Periodic lane closures should be expected for the next few weeks to accommodate various work activities. There may be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.  

Current Phase of Work in Progress:  As of December 1, 2014

Pump Station:

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Installation of pumps, control systems and other equipment such as the emergency generator is currently underway. Most of this work should be completed within the next few weeks. The projected initial start up date for the new pump station is currently 12-10-14. Once all of the equipment is up and running, the testing phase will begin.

Warner Avenue:

Periodic lane closures should be expected for the next few weeks to accommodate various work activities. The final step for this segment will be to remove the remaining pump facilities and re-surface the roadway including installation of permanent traffic markings. This will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project. There may be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.  

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Pacfic Coast Highway

Installation of the new main sewer piping and the associated sewer laterals is complete. Portions of the roadway have been repaved and the final curb repair has been completed. The final step for this segment will be to remove the remaining pump facilities and patch the existing pavement. This will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning. Periodic lane closures should be expected for the next few weeks to accommodate various work activities. There may be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

Please watch out for slow traffic and workers in the roadway. The Contractor is working very hard to complete the work safely and as soon as possible to minimize the inconvenience to all involved.


Current Phase of Work in Progress:  As of November 24, 2014

Pump Station:

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Installation of pumps, control systems and other equipment such as the emergency generator is currently underway. Most of this work should be completed within the next few weeks. The projected initial start up date for the new pump station is currently 12-10-14. Once all of the equipment is up and running, the testing phase will begin.

Warner Avenue:

Periodic lane closures should be expected for the next few weeks to accommodate various work activities. The final step for this segment will be to remove the remaining pump facilities and re-surface the roadway including installation of permanent traffic markings. This will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project. There may be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

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Pacfic Coast Highway

Installation of the new main sewer piping and the associated sewer laterals is complete. Portions of the roadway have been repaved and the final curb repair has been completed. The final step for this segment will be to remove the remaining pump facilities and patch the existing pavement. This will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning. Periodic lane closures should be expected for the next few weeks to accommodate various work activities. There may be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

Please watch out for slow traffic and workers in the roadway. The Contractor is working very hard to complete the work safely and as soon as possible to minimize the inconvenience to all involved.


Current Phase of Work in Progress:  As of November 17, 2014

Pump Station:

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Installation of pumps, control systems and other equipment such as the emergency generator is currently underway. This work should be completed within the next few weeks. Once all of the equipment is installed, the testing phase will begin.

Warner Avenue:

Periodic lane closures should be expected for the next few weeks to accommodate various work activities. The final step for this segment will be to remove the remaining pump facilities and re-surface the roadway including installation of permanent traffic markings. This will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project. There may be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

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Pacfic Coast Highway

Installation of the new main sewer piping and the associated sewer laterals is complete. Portions of the roadway have been repaved and the final curb repair has been completed. The final step for this segment will be to remove the remaining pump facilities and patch the existing pavement. This will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning. Periodic lane closures should be expected for the next few weeks to accommodate various work activities. There may be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.


Current Phase of Work in Progress:  As of November 3, 2014

Pump Station:

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Installation of pumps, control systems and other equipment such as the emergency generator is currently underway. This work should be completed within the next few weeks. Once all of the equipment is installed, the testing phase will begin.

Warner Avenue:

Periodic lane closures should be expected for the next few weeks to accommodate various work activities. The final step for this segment will be to remove the remaining pump facilities and re-surface the roadway including installation of permanent traffic markings. This will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project. There may be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

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Pacfic Coast Highway

Installation of the new main sewer piping and the associated sewer laterals is complete. Portions of the roadway have been repaved and the final curb repair has been completed. The final step for this segment will be to remove the remaining pump facilities and patch the existing pavement. This will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning. Periodic lane closures should be expected for the next few weeks to accommodate various work activities. There may be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.


Current Phase of Work in Progress:  As of October 27, 2014

Pump Station:

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Installation of pumps, control systems and other equipment such as the emergency generator is currently underway. This work should be completed within the next few weeks. Once all of the equipment is installed, the testing phase will begin.

Warner Avenue:

Periodic lane closures should be expected for the next few weeks to accommodate various work activities. The final step for this segment will be to remove the remaining pump facilities and re-surface the roadway including installation of permanent traffic markings. This will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project. There may be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

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Pacfic Coast Highway

Installation of the new main sewer piping and the associated sewer laterals is complete. Portions of the roadway have been repaved and the final curb repair has been completed. Periodic lane closures should be expected for the next few weeks to accommodate various work activities. There may be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.


Current Phase of Work in Progress:  As of October 20, 2014

Pump Station:

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Installation of pumps, control systems and other equipment such as the emergency generator is currently underway. This work should be completed within the next few weeks. Once all of the equipment is installed, the testing phase will begin.

Warner Avenue:

Periodic lane closures should be expected for the next few weeks to accommodate various work activities. The final step for this segment will be to remove the remaining pump facilities and re-surface the roadway including installation of permanent traffic markings. This will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project. There may be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

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Pacfic Coast Highway

Installation of the new main sewer piping and the associated sewer laterals is complete. Portions of the roadway have been repaved and the final curb repair has been completed. Periodic lane closures should be expected for the next few weeks to accommodate various work activities. There may be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.


Current Phase of Work in Progress:  As of October 13, 2014

Pump Station:

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Installation of pumps, control systems and other equipment such as the emergency generator is currently underway. This work should be completed within the next few weeks. Once all of the equipment is installed, the testing phase will begin.

Warner Avenue:

Periodic lane closures should be expected for the next few weeks to accommodate various work activities. The final step for this segment will be to remove the remaining pump facilities and re-surface the roadway including installation of permanent traffic markings. This will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project. There may be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

Pacfic Coast Highway

Installation of the new main sewer piping and the associated sewer laterals is complete. Portions of the roadway have been repaved and the final curb repair has been completed. Periodic lane closures should be expected for the next few weeks to accommodate various work activities. There may be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.


Current Phase of Work in Progress:  As of October 6, 2014

Pump Station:

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Construction of the wet well concrete roof deck has been completed. Work is underway on the next phase that includes installation of pumps, control systems and other equipment such as the emergency generator.

Warner Avenue:

Periodic lane closures should be expected for the next few weeks to accommodate various work activities. The final step for this segment will be to remove the remaining pump facilities and re-surface the roadway including installation of permanent traffic markings. This will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project. There may be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.  

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Pacfic Coast Highway

Installation of the new main sewer piping and the associated sewer laterals is complete. Portions of the roadway have been repaved and the final curb repair has been completed. Periodic lane closures should be expected for the next few weeks to accommodate various work activities. There may be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.  


Current Phase of Work in Progress:  As of September 29, 2014

Pump Station:

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Construction of the wet well concrete roof deck has been completed. Work is underway on the next phase that includes installation of pumps, control systems and other equipment such as the emergency generator.

Warner Avenue:

Periodic lane closures should be expected for the next few weeks to accommodate various work activities. The final step for this segment will be to remove the remaining pump facilities and re-surface the roadway including installation of permanent traffic markings. This will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project. There may be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

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Pacfic Coast Highway

Installation of the new main sewer piping and the associated sewer laterals is complete. Portions of the roadway have been repaved and the final curb repair has been completed. Periodic lane closures should be expected for the next few weeks to accommodate various work activities. There may be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.


Current Phase of Work in Progress:  As of September 15, 2014

Pump Station:

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Construction of the concrete walls for the valve vault and wet well has been completed. Both structures have now been backfilled. Work on the wet well concrete roof deck is continuing and should be completed within a few weeks. Once the roof deck has been completed, installation of the pumps and equipment will begin.

Warner Avenue:

Portions of the roadway have been repaved and temporary pavement striping has been completed. Removal of the existing pump facilities located at east Warner is now complete. The final step for this segment will be to remove the remaining pump facilities and re-surface the roadway including installation of permanent traffic markings which will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project. There may be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

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Pacfic Coast Highway

Installation of the new main sewer piping and the associated sewer laterals is complete. Portions of the roadway have been repaved and the final curb repair and pavement markings are currently underway. There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

Please watch out for slow traffic and workers in the roadway. The Contractor is working very hard to complete the work safely and as soon as possible to minimize the inconvenience to all involved.

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Questions?

Contact:

Construction Project Manager: Dudek, Inc., Eric Honour
760- 889-7429

Department of Public Works 714-536-5431

Contract Administrator, Joseph Dale
714-536-5915





Current Phase of Work in Progress:  As of September 8, 2014

Pump Station:

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Construction of the wet well concrete roof deck has been completed. The next phase will include installation of pumps, control systems and other equipment such as the emergency generator.

Warner Avenue:

Portions of the concrete curb and sidewalk near the corner of PCH will be removed and replaced due to deterioration. Periodic lane closures should be expected for the next week or so. The final step for this segment will be to remove the remaining pump facilities and re-surface the roadway including installation of permanent traffic markings. This will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project. There may be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

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Pacfic Coast Highway

Installation of the new main sewer piping and the associated sewer laterals is complete. Portions of the roadway have been repaved and the final curb repair and pavement markings are currently underway. There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

Please watch out for slow traffic and workers in the roadway. The Contractor is working very hard to complete the work safely and as soon as possible to minimize the inconvenience to all involved.

View Previous WAGS Updates

Questions?

Contact:

Construction Project Manager: Dudek, Inc., Eric Honour
760- 889-7429

Department of Public Works 714-536-5431

Contract Administrator, Joseph Dale
714-536-5915

Current Phase of Work in Progress:  As of August 25, 2014

Pump Station:

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Construction of the concrete walls for the valve vault and wet well has been completed. Both structures have now been backfilled. Work on the wet well concrete roof deck is continuing and should be completed within a few weeks. Once the roof deck has been completed, installation of the pumps and equipment will begin.

Warner Avenue:

Portions of the roadway have been repaved and temporary pavement striping has been completed. Removal of the existing pump facilities located on the south side of Warner is now complete. The final step for this segment will be to resurface the roadway and install permanent traffic markings which will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project. There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

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Pacfic Coast Highway

Installation of the new main sewer piping and the associated sewer laterals is complete. Portions of the roadway have been repaved and the final curb repair and pavement markings will be completed in the new few weeks. There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.


Current Phase of Work in Progress:  As of August 18, 2014

Pump Station:

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Construction of the concrete walls for the valve vault and wet well has been completed. Both structures have now been backfilled. Work on the wet well concrete roof deck is continuing and should be completed within a few weeks. Once the roof deck has been completed, installation of the pumps and equipment will begin.

Warner Avenue:

Installation of the new main sewer piping and the associated sewer laterals is complete. Portions of the roadway have been repaved and the final curb repair and pavement markings will be completed in the new few weeks. There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

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Pacfic Coast Highway

Installation of the new main sewer piping has been completed as scheduled and work on the associated sewer laterals is continuing. One of the laterals occurs within the intersection near the Jack in the Box and is expected to increase traffic congestion. Last Friday, an existing unknown underground gas line was discovered the hard way. At approximately 11:30am, crews working in front of Jack in the Box accidently hit the unmarked 4" gas line and ruptured it. SoCal Gas crews responded but were unable to immediately turn the gas off. Due to the danger, PCH was closed in both directions and several businesses were evacuated. The line was eventually turned off at approximately 10pm and PCH was re-opened. Work progress has been slowed, but the lateral pipeline work should still be completed by the end of July. There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

Please watch out for slow traffic and workers in the roadway. The Contractor is working very hard to complete the work safely and as soon as possible to minimize the inconvenience to all involved.


Current Phase of Work in Progress:  As of August 11, 2014

Pump Station:

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Construction of the concrete walls for the valve vault and wet well have been completed. Both structures have now been backfilled. Work on the wet well concrete roof deck is continuing and should be completed within a few weeks. Once the roof deck has been completed, installation of the pumps and equipment will begin.

Warner Avenue:

Portions of the roadway have now been repaved and temporary pavement striping has been completed. Removal of the existing pump facilities located on the south side of Warner is now complete. The final step for this segment will be to resurface the roadway and install permanent traffic markings which will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project. There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

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Pacfic Coast Highway

Installation of the new main sewer piping has been completed as scheduled and work on the associated sewer laterals is continuing. One of the laterals occurs within the intersection near the Jack in the Box and is expected to increase traffic congestion. Last Friday, an existing unknown underground gas line was discovered the hard way. At approximately 11:30am, crews working in front of Jack in the Box accidently hit the unmarked 4" gas line and ruptured it. SoCal Gas crews responded but were unable to immediately turn the gas off. Due to the danger, PCH was closed in both directions and several businesses were evacuated. The line was eventually turned off at approximately 10pm and PCH was re-opened. Work progress has been slowed, but the lateral pipeline work should still be completed by the end of July. There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

Please watch out for slow traffic and workers in the roadway. The Contractor is working very hard to complete the work safely and as soon as possible to minimize the inconvenience to all involved.


Current Phase of Work in Progress:  As of July 21, 2014

Pump Station:

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The concrete walls for the valve vault and wet well have been completed. Work on the wet well concrete roof deck is continuing and should be completed within a few weeks. Once all concrete is poured and cured, backfill of the structures can be completed and installation of the pumps and equipment will begin.

Warner Avenue:

Portions of the roadway have now been repaved and temporary pavement striping has been completed. Removal of the existing pump facilities located on the south side of Warner is now complete. The final step for this segment will be to resurface the roadway and install permanent traffic markings which will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project. There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

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Pacfic Coast Highway

Installation of the new main sewer piping has been completed as scheduled and work on the associated sewer laterals is continuing. One of the laterals occurs within the intersection near the Jack in the Box and is expected to increase traffic congestion. Last Friday, an existing unknown underground gas line was discovered the hard way. At approximately 11:30am, crews working in front of Jack in the Box accidently hit the unmarked 4" gas line and ruptured it. SoCal Gas crews responded but were unable to immediately turn the gas off. Due to the danger, PCH was closed in both directions and several businesses were evacuated. The line was eventually turned off at approximately 10pm and PCH was re-opened. Work progress has been slowed, but the lateral pipeline work should still be completed by the end of July. There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

Please watch out for slow traffic and workers in the roadway. The Contractor is working very hard to complete the work safely and as soon as possible to minimize the inconvenience to all involved.

View Previous WAGS Updates

Questions?

Contact:

Construction Project Manager: Dudek, Inc., Eric Honour
760- 889-7429

Department of Public Works 714-536-5431

Contract Administrator, Joseph Dale
714-536-5915


Current Phase of Work in Progress:  As of July 14, 2014

Pump Station:

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The concrete walls for the valve vault and wet well have been completed. Work on the wet well concrete roof deck is continuing and should be completed within a few weeks. Once all concrete is poured and cured, backfill of the structures can be completed and installation of the pumps and equipment will begin.

Warner Avenue:

Portions of the roadway have now been repaved and temporary pavement striping has been completed. Removal of the existing pump facilities located on the south side of Warner is now complete. The final step for this segment will be to resurface the roadway and install permanent traffic markings which will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project. There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

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Pacfic Coast Highway

Installation of the new main sewer piping has been completed as scheduled and work on the associated sewer laterals has begun. One of the laterals occurs within the intersection near the Jack in the Box and is expected to increase traffic congestion. The lateral pipeline work should be completed by the end of July. There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.


Current Phase of Work in Progress:  As of July 7, 2014

Pump Station:

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The concrete walls for the valve vault and wet well have been completed. Work on the wet well concrete roof deck is starting and should be completed within a week or so. Once all concrete is poured and cured, backfill of the structures can be completed and installation of the pumps and equipment will begin.

Warner Avenue:

Portions of the roadway have now been repaved and temporary pavement striping has been completed. Removal of the existing pump facilities located on the south side of Warner is now complete. The final step for this segment will be to resurface the roadway and install permanent traffic markings which will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project. There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

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Pacfic Coast Highway

Installation of the new main sewer piping has been completed as scheduled and work on the associated sewer laterals has begun. One of the laterals occurs within the intersection near the Jack in the Box and is expected to increase traffic congestion. The lateral pipeline work should be completed by the end of July. There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

Current Phase of Work in Progress:  As of June 30, 2014

Pump Station:

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The concrete walls for the valve vault have been completed. Work on the wet well concrete walls and roof deck is continuing and should be completed within a week or so. Once all concrete is poured and cured, backfill of the structures can be completed and installation of the pumps and equipment will begin.

Warner Avenue:

Portions of the roadway have now been repaved and temporary pavement striping has been completed. Removal of the existing pump facilities located on the south side of Warner is now complete. The final step for this segment will be to resurface the roadway and install permanent traffic markings which will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project. There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

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Pacfic Coast Highway

Excavation and installation of the new main sewer piping has been completed as scheduled. Now that the main sewer piping is complete, work on the associated sewer laterals will begin. One of the laterals occurs within the intersection near the Jack in the Box and is expected to increase traffic congestion. The lateral pipeline work should be completed by the end of July. There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

Current Phase of Work in Progress:  As of June 23, 2014

Pump Station:

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Work on the concrete walls is continuing and should be completed within the next week or so. Once all of the walls are poured and cured, backfill of the structures can be completed and installation of the pumps and equipment will begin.

Warner Avenue:

Portions of the roadway have now been repaved and temporary pavement striping has been completed. Removal of the existing pump facilities located on the south side of Warner is now complete. The final step for this segment will be to resurface the roadway and install permanent traffic markings which will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project. There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

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Pacfic Coast Highway

Excavation and installation of the new main sewer piping is continuing and should be completed by the end of June. Once the main sewer piping is complete, the associated sewer laterals will then be ready to start. One of the laterals occurs within the intersection near the Jack in the Box and is expected to increase traffic congestion. The lateral pipeline work should be completed by the end of July. There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.


Current Phase of Work in Progress:  As of June 16, 2014

Pump Station:

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Work on the concrete walls is underway and should take about 1 or 2 more weeks to complete. Once all of the walls are poured and cured, backfill of the structures can be completed and installation of the pumps and equipment will begin.

Warner Avenue:

Portions of the roadway have now been repaved and temporary pavement striping has been completed. Removal of the existing pump facilities located on the south side of Warner is now complete. The final step for this segment will be to resurface the roadway and install permanent traffic markings which will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project. Pipeline work at the west end of Warner is complete and has moved onto PCH.There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

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Pacfic Coast Highway

Excavation and installation of the new sewer piping is continuing and should be completed by the end of June. There have been numerous unknown utilities and obstructions encountered during the excavation work that have slowed progress somewhat. But recent work progress has increased and it appears things are back on track. There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.


Current Phase of Work in Progress:  As of June 9, 2014

Pump Station:

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Work on the concrete walls is underway and should take about 2 to 3 more weeks to complete. Once the walls are poured and cured, backfill of the structures can be completed and installation of the pumps and equipment will begin.

Warner Avenue:

Portions of the roadway have now been repaved and temporary pavement striping has been completed. Removal of the existing pump facilities located on the south side of Warner is now complete. The final step for this segment will be to resurface the roadway and install permanent traffic markings which will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project. Pipeline work at the west end of Warner is complete and has moved onto PCH.There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

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Pacfic Coast Highway

Excavation and installation of the new sewer piping is continuing and should be completed by the end of June. There have been numerous unknown utilities and obstructions encountered during the excavation work that have slowed progress somewhat. But it appears that there is clear digging ahead and production has increased accordingly. There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.


Current Phase of Work in Progress:  As of June 2, 2014

Pump Station:

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The concrete base slabs for the valve vault and wet well are now complete. The next phase of work will be to form and pour the concrete walls. This portion of the work should take about 3 to 4 weeks to complete. Once the walls are poured and cured, backfill of the structures will begin.

Warner Avenue:

Portions of the roadway have now been repaved and temporary pavement striping has been completed. Removal of the existing pump facilities located on the south side of Warner is now complete. The final step for this segment will be to resurface the roadway and install permanent traffic markings which will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project. Pipeline work at the west end of Warner is complete and has moved onto PCH.There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

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Pacfic Coast Highway

Excavation and installation of the new sewer piping is continuing and should be completed by the end of June. There have been numerous unknown utilities and obstructions encountered during the excavation work that have slowed progress somewhat. But it appears that there is clear digging ahead and production should increase accordingly. There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

Please watch out for slow traffic and workers in the roadway. The Contractor is working very hard to complete the work safely and as soon as possible to minimize the inconvenience to all involved.


Current Phase of Work in Progress:  As of May 19, 2014

Pump Station:

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Excavation and export of the soil has been completed and work on the concrete wet well and valve vault structures is underway. The first step is to place the concrete base slabs which are 2-1/2 feet thick. This portion of the work is expected to take about 3 weeks to complete. Once the concrete base slabs are complete, work on the concrete walls will begin.

Warner Avenue:

Portions of the roadway have now been repaved and temporary pavement striping has been completed. The existing pump facilities located on the south side of Warner are in the process of being decommissioned and removed. The final step for this segment will be to resurface the roadway and install permanent traffic markings which will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project. Pipeline work at the west end of Warner is now complete and has moved onto PCH.There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

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Pacfic Coast Highway

Excavation and installation of the new sewer piping is continuing as planned. The work occurring on PCH will continue for the next month or so. There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day. Please watch out for slow traffic and workers in the roadway. The Contractor is working very hard to complete the work safely and as soon as possible to minimize the inconvenience to all involved.


Current Phase of Work in Progress:  As of May 12, 2014

Pump Station:

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Excavation and export of the soil is underway and is expected to be completed in the next week or so. Once the excavation is complete, work on the concrete wet well and valve vault structures will begin. This phase of the work is expected to take several months to complete. After construction of the concrete structures is completed, the piping and pumping equipment can then be installed.

Warner Avenue:

Portions of the roadway have now been repaved and temporary pavement striping has been completed. The existing pump facilities located on the south side of Warner are in the process of being decommissioned and removed. The final step for this segment will be to resurface the roadway and install permanent traffic markings which will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project. Pipeline work at the west end of Warner is now complete and has moved onto PCH.There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

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Pacfic Coast Highway

Excavation and installation of the new sewer piping is continuing as planned. The work occurring on PCH will continue for the next month or so. There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day. Please watch out for slow traffic and workers in the roadway. The Contractor is working very hard to complete the work safely and as soon as possible to minimize the inconvenience to all involved.


Current Phase of Work in Progress:  As of May 5, 2014

Pump Station:

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Crews have completed installation of the temporary shoring for the subterranean pump structures and construction is beginning on the concrete Wet Well and Valve Vault. Pumping of ground water has been ongoing for the last few weeks and the water level is now low enough to start work. Excavation and export of the soil is expected to begin this week.

Warner Avenue:

Portions of the roadway have now been repaved and temporary pavement striping has been completed. The existing pump facilities located on the south side of Warner are in the process of being decommissioned and will be removed in the next week or so. The final step for this segment will be to resurface the roadway and install permanent traffic markings which will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project. Pipeline work at the west end of Warner is now complete and has moved onto PCH.There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

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Pacfic Coast Highway

Excavation and installation of the new sewer piping is continuing as planned. The work occurring on PCH will continue for the next month or so. There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day. Please watch out for slow traffic and workers in the roadway. The Contractor is working very hard to complete the work safely and as soon as possible to minimize the inconvenience to all involved.

Please watch out for slow traffic and workers in the roadway. The Contractor is working very hard to complete the work safely and as soon as possible to minimize the inconvenience to all involved. 


Current Phase of Work in Progress:  As of April 28, 2014

Pump Station:

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Crews have completed installation of the temporary shoring for the subterranean pump structures and construction can begin on the concrete Wet Well and Valve Vault as soon as the ground water level is lowered to below the work elevation. This should take about another week.

Warner Avenue:

Portions of the roadway have now been repaved and temporary pavement striping has been completed. The existing pump facilities located on the south side of Warner are in the process of being decommissioned and will be removed in the coming weeks. The final step for this segment will be to resurface the roadway and install permanent traffic markings which will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project. Pipeline work at the west end of Warner is expected to be completed this week.There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

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Pacfic Coast Highway

Excavation and installation of the new sewer piping is expected to begin this week. The work occurring on PCH will continue for the next month or so. There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

Please watch out for slow traffic and workers in the roadway. The Contractor is working very hard to complete the work safely and as soon as possible to minimize the inconvenience to all involved. 


Current Phase of Work in Progress: As of April 21, 2014

Pump Station:

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Crews have completed installation of the temporary shoring for the subterranean pump structures and construction can begin on the concrete Wet Well and Valve Vault as soon as the ground water level is lowered to below the work elevation. This should take about another week or so.

Warner Avenue:

Portions of the roadway have now been repaved and temporary pavement striping has been completed. The existing pump facilities located on the south side of Warner are in the process of being decommissioned and will be removed in the coming weeks. The final step for this segment will be to resurface the roadway and install permanent traffic markings which will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project. Pipeline work at the west end of Warner continues and should be completed in the next week or so.There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

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Pacfic Coast Highway

The dewatering system is in place and continues to remove ground water from the work areas. Once the ground water level is low enough, excavation and installation of the new sewer piping will begin, probably sometime in the next week or so. The work occurring on PCH is expected to continue for the next couple of months. There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.  

Questions?

Contact:

Construction Project Manager: Dudek, Inc., Eric Honour
760- 889-7429

Department of Public Works 714-536-5431

Contract Administrator, Joseph Dale
714-536-5915




Current Phase of Work in Progress: As of April 14, 2014

Pump Station:

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Crews have completed installation of the temporary shoring for the subterranean pump structures and construction can begin on the concrete Wet Well and Valve Vault as soon as the ground water level is lowered to below the work elevation. This should take about another week or two.

Warner Avenue:

Portions of the roadway have now been repaved and temporary pavement striping has been completed. The existing pump facilities located on the south side of Warner are in the process of being decommissioned and will be removed in the coming weeks. The final step for this segment will be to resurface the roadway and install permanent traffic markings which will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project. Pipeline work at the west end of Warner continues and should be completed in the next few weeks.There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

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Pacfic Coast Highway

The dewatering system is in place and continues to remove ground water from the work areas. Once the ground water level is low enough, excavation and installation of the new sewer piping will begin, probably sometime in the next week or so. The work occurring on PCH is expected to continue for the next couple of months. There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

Please watch out for slow traffic and workers in the roadway. The Contractor is working very hard to complete the work safely and as soon as possible to minimize the inconvenience to all involved.  

Questions?

Contact:

Construction Project Manager: Dudek, Inc., Eric Honour
760- 889-7429

Department of Public Works 714-536-5431

Contract Administrator, Joseph Dale
714-536-5915





Current Phase of Work in Progress: As of April 7, 2014

Pump Station:

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Crews have completed installation of the temporary shoring for the subterranean pump structures and construction can begin on the concrete Wet Well and Valve Vault as soon as the ground water level is lowered to below the work elevation. This should take about a week.

Warner Avenue:

Portions of the roadway have now been repaved and temporary pavement striping has been completed. The existing pump facilities located on the south side of Warner are in the process of being decommissioned and will be removed in the coming weeks. The final step for this segment will be to resurface the roadway and install permanent traffic markings which will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project. 

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Pacfic Coast Highway

The dewatering system is in place and continues to remove ground water from the work areas. Once the ground water level is low enough, excavation and installation of the new sewer piping will begin, probably sometime this week. The work occurring on PCH is expected to continue for the next couple of months. There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day. 

Please watch out for slow traffic and workers in the roadway. The Contractor is working very hard to complete the work safely and as soon as possible to minimize the inconvenience to all involved.

Thank you for your patience!  

Current Phase of Work in Progress: As of April 14, 2014

Pump Station:

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Crews have completed installation of the temporary shoring for the subterranean pump structures and construction can begin on the concrete Wet Well and Valve Vault as soon as the ground water level is lowered to below the work elevation. This should take about another week or two.

Warner Avenue:

Portions of the roadway have now been repaved and temporary pavement striping has been completed. The existing pump facilities located on the south side of Warner are in the process of being decommissioned and will be removed in the coming weeks. The final step for this segment will be to resurface the roadway and install permanent traffic markings which will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project. Pipeline work at the west end of Warner continues and should be completed in the next few weeks.There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

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Pacfic Coast Highway

The dewatering system is in place and continues to remove ground water from the work areas. Once the ground water level is low enough, excavation and installation of the new sewer piping will begin, probably sometime in the next week or so. The work occurring on PCH is expected to continue for the next couple of months. There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

Please watch out for slow traffic and workers in the roadway. The Contractor is working very hard to complete the work safely and as soon as possible to minimize the inconvenience to all involved.  

Questions?

Contact:

Construction Project Manager: Dudek, Inc., Eric Honour
760- 889-7429

Department of Public Works 714-536-5431

Contract Administrator, Joseph Dale
714-536-5915




Current Phase of Work in Progress:  As of March 31, 2014

 

Pump Station:

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Crews are continuing installation of the temporary shoring for the subterranean pump structures. This work will continue for next week or so. Once the shoring is in place, construction will start on the concrete Wet Well and Valve Vault.  

Warner Avenue:

Portions of the roadway have now been repaved and temporary pavement striping has been completed. The existing pump facilities located on the south side of Warner are in the process of being decommissioned and will be removed in the coming weeks. The final step for this segment will be to resurface the roadway and install permanent traffic markings which will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project. 

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Pacfic Coast Highway

The dewatering system is in place and continues to remove ground water from the work areas. Once the ground water level is low enough, excavation and installation of the new sewer piping will begin, probably within the next week or so. The work occurring on PCH is expected to continue for the next couple of months. There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day. 

Please watch out for slow traffic and workers in the roadway. The Contractor is working very hard to complete the work safely and as soon as possible to minimize the inconvenience to all involved.

Thank you for your patience!  

Current Phase of Work in Progress: As of March 24, 2014

Pump Station:

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Crews have started installation of the temporary shoring for the subterranean pump structures. This work will continue for next couple of weeks. Once the shoring is in place, construction will start on the concrete Wet Well and Valve Vault.

Warner Avenue:

Portions of the roadway have now been repaved and temporary pavement striping has been completed. The existing pump facilities located on the south side of Warner will be decommissioned and removed in the coming weeks. The final step for this segment will be to resurface the roadway and install permanent traffic markings which will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project.

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Pacfic Coast Highway

The dewatering system to remove ground water from the work areas is now up and running. Once the ground water level is low enough, excavation and installation of the new sewer piping will begin. The work occurring on PCH is expected to continue for the next couple of months. There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

Please watch out for slow traffic and workers in the roadway. The Contractor is working very hard to complete the work safely and as soon as possible to minimize the inconvenience to all involved.

Thank you for your patience!  


Current Phase of Work in Progress: As of April 7, 2014

Pump Station:

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Crews have completed installation of the temporary shoring for the subterranean pump structures and construction can begin on the concrete Wet Well and Valve Vault as soon as the ground water level is lowered to below the work elevation. This should take about a week.

Warner Avenue:

Portions of the roadway have now been repaved and temporary pavement striping has been completed. The existing pump facilities located on the south side of Warner are in the process of being decommissioned and will be removed in the coming weeks. The final step for this segment will be to resurface the roadway and install permanent traffic markings which will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project. 

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Pacfic Coast Highway

The dewatering system is in place and continues to remove ground water from the work areas. Once the ground water level is low enough, excavation and installation of the new sewer piping will begin, probably sometime this week. The work occurring on PCH is expected to continue for the next couple of months. There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day. 

Please watch out for slow traffic and workers in the roadway. The Contractor is working very hard to complete the work safely and as soon as possible to minimize the inconvenience to all involved.

Thank you for your patience!  


Current Phase of Work in Progress:  As of March 17, 2014

Pump Station:

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Work on re-rerouting the existing utility piping located near the new Pump Station has been completed and the next phase of work is ready to begin. Crews will begin installing the temporary shoring for the subterranean pump structures in the coming weeks. Construction of the concrete Wet Well and Valve Vault will begin upon completion of the shoring installation.

Warner Avenue:

Temporary patching of the pavement has been completed from Edgewater to the bridge on Warner Avenue and most of the traffic control has been removed restoring full access to all residences on the north side of Warner. The existing pump facilities located on the south side of Warner will be decommissioned and removed in the coming weeks. The final step for this segment will be to resurface the roadway and install permanent traffic markings which will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project.

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Pacfic Coast Highway

Work continues on setting up dewatering systems to remove ground water from the work areas. Once the dewatering system is up and running, excavation and installation of the new sewer piping will begin. The work occurring on PCH is expected to be completed within a couple of months.  




Current Phase of Work in Progress: As of March 3, 2014

Pump Station:

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Work on re-rerouting the existing utility piping located near the new Pump Station is continuing and was expected to be completed by now. However, some unknown pipes were discovered that are conflicting with the new structure locations and will also have to be removed or re-routed. This is underway and things should be cleared and ready for the next phase of work in a few weeks. Installation of the temporary shoring systems needed to construct the subterranean wet well and pump structures is the next phase of work and will start as soon as the piping work is completed.  

Warner Avenue:

Temporary patching of the pavement has been completed from Edgewater to the bridge on Warner Avenue and most of the traffic control has been removed restoring full access to all residences on the north side of Warner. The existing pump facilities located on the south side of Warner will be decommissioned and removed starting within the next few weeks. The final step for this segment will be to resurface the roadway and install permanent traffic markings which will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project. 

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Pacfic Coast Highway

Work is underway setting up dewatering systems to remove ground water from the work areas. Once the dewatering system is up and running, excavation and installation of the new sewer piping will begin. This should start in the next week or so. The work occurring on PCH is expected to be completed within a couple of months. 

Please watch out for slow traffic and workers in the roadway. The Contractor is working very hard to complete the work safely and as soon as possible to minimize the inconvenience to all involved.

Thank you for your patience!


Current Phase of Work in Progress: As of March 24, 2014

Pump Station:

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Crews have started installation of the temporary shoring for the subterranean pump structures. This work will continue for next couple of weeks. Once the shoring is in place, construction will start on the concrete Wet Well and Valve Vault.

Warner Avenue:

Portions of the roadway have now been repaved and temporary pavement striping has been completed. The existing pump facilities located on the south side of Warner will be decommissioned and removed in the coming weeks. The final step for this segment will be to resurface the roadway and install permanent traffic markings which will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project.

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Pacfic Coast Highway

The dewatering system to remove ground water from the work areas is now up and running. Once the ground water level is low enough, excavation and installation of the new sewer piping will begin. The work occurring on PCH is expected to continue for the next couple of months. There will be added traffic congestion at the intersection of PCH and Warner due to the work in the roadway and all motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes during the work day.

Please watch out for slow traffic and workers in the roadway. The Contractor is working very hard to complete the work safely and as soon as possible to minimize the inconvenience to all involved.

Thank you for your patience!  


Current Phase of Work in Progress:  As of March 10, 2014

Pump Station:

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Work on re-rerouting the existing utility piping located near the new Pump Station is continuing and was expected to be completed by now. However, some unknown pipes were discovered that are conflicting with the new structure locations and will also have to be removed or re-routed. This is underway and things should be cleared and ready for the next phase of work in a few weeks. Installation of the temporary shoring systems needed to construct the subterranean wet well and pump structures is the next phase of work and will start as soon as the piping work is completed.

Warner Avenue:

Temporary patching of the pavement has been completed from Edgewater to the bridge on Warner Avenue and most of the traffic control has been removed restoring full access to all residences on the north side of Warner. The existing pump facilities located on the south side of Warner will be decommissioned and removed starting within the next few weeks. The final step for this segment will be to resurface the roadway and install permanent traffic markings which will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project.

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Pacfic Coast Highway

Work is underway setting up dewatering systems to remove ground water from the work areas. Once the dewatering system is up and running, excavation and installation of the new sewer piping will begin. This should start in the next week or so. The work occurring on PCH is expected to be completed within a couple of months.  

Current Phase of Work in Progress:  Week of February 24, 2014


Pump Station:

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Work on re-rerouting the existing utilities located near the new Pump Station is continuing and should be completed in the next few weeks. The next phase of work will be to install the temporary shoring systems needed to construct the subterranean wet well and pump structures. This will start as soon as the utility work is completed. 

Warner Avenue:

Excavation and installation of new underground sewer piping is now complete from Edgewater to the bridge on Warner Avenue. This portion of  work was completed ahead of schedule due to favorable groundwater conditions and good weather. The trenches are currently being patched and vehicle access will be restored with most of the temporary traffic control being removed. The existing pump facilities located on the south side of Warner will be decommissioned and removed. The final step for this segment will be to resurface the roadway and install permanent traffic markings which will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project. 

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For the residents located on the north side of Warner, there will continue to be openings to make a left turns out of the Weatherly complex, Recreation Center and Huntington Harbour Bay complex driveways as well as left turns into the three driveways during non-working hours. For safety reasons, the driveways may have to be closed overnight periodically to accommodate the construction activities, but every effort is being made to keep them open as much as possible. Left turns will be permitted during non-working hours including weekends, unless otherwise posted. The work hours in the roadway are from 9am to 4pm, Monday through Friday. Please check the posted signs to be sure the turn lanes are open prior to proceeding.

Pacfic Coast Highway

Potholing for existing utilities has started and will continue for the next week or two. Once all of the existing utilities are located and a clear path for the new sewer piping has been confirmed, Excavation and installation of the piping systems will begin.

Please watch out for slow traffic and workers in the roadway. The Contractor is working very hard to complete the work safely and as soon as possible to minimize the inconvenience to all involved.

Thank you for your patience!


Current Phase of Work in Progress:  Week of February 17, 2014 

Pump Station:

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Work on re-rerouting the existing utilities located near the new Pump Station is continuing and should be completed soon. The next phase of work will be to install the temporary shoring systems needed to construct the subterranean wet well and pump structures. This will start as soon as the utility work is completed. 

Warner Avenue:

Excavation and installation of new underground sewer piping continues on Warner Avenue. The work is progressing as scheduled and the contractor is on track to complete piping installation for this segment of the work this week. Once that's completed, the road will be patched and vehicle access restored with most of the traffic control being removed. The final step for this segment will be to resurface the roadway and install permanent traffic markings which will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project. 

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For the residents located on the north side of Warner, there will continue to be openings to make a left turns out of the Weatherly complex, Recreation Center and Huntington Harbour Bay complex driveways as well as left turns into the three driveways during non-working hours. For safety reasons, the driveways may have to be closed overnight periodically to accommodate the construction activities, but every effort is being made to keep them open as much as possible. Left turns will be permitted during non-working hours including weekends, unless otherwise posted. The work hours in the roadway are from 9am to 4pm, Monday through Friday. Please check the posted signs to be sure the turn lanes are open prior to proceeding.

Pacfic Coast Highway

The initial work is starting on PCH which includes set up of shoring and dewatering systems for installation of new underground sewer piping. The installation process will be similar to Warner Avenue and all of the pipe work should be completed by the end of April 2014.

Please watch out for slow traffic and workers in the roadway. The Contractor is working very hard to complete the work safely and as soon as possible to minimize the inconvenience to all involved.




Current Phase of Work in Progress:  Week of January 27, 2014

Pump Station:

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Work on re-rerouting the existing utilities located near the new Pump Station is continuing and should be completed in the next few weeks. The next phase of work will be to install the temporary shoring systems needed to construct the subterranean wet well and pump structures. This will start as soon as the utility work is completed. 

    

Warner Avenue:

Temporary patching of the pavement has been completed from Edgewater to the bridge on Warner Avenue and most of the traffic control has been removed restoring full access to all residences on the north side of Warner. The existing pump facilities located on the south side of Warner will be decommissioned and removed starting within the next few weeks. The final step for this segment will be to resurface the roadway and install permanent traffic markings which will occur when all of the new systems are tied in and functioning, near the end of the project. 

 

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For the residents located on the north side of Warner, there will continue to be openings to make a left turns out of the Weatherly complex, Recreation Center and Huntington Harbour Bay complex driveways as well as left turns into the three driveways during non-working hours. For safety reasons, the driveways may have to be closed overnight periodically to accommodate the construction activities, but every effort is being made to keep them open as much as possible. Left turns will be permitted during non-working hours including weekends, unless otherwise posted. The work hours in the roadway are from 9am to 4pm, Monday through Friday. Please check the posted signs to be sure the turn lanes are open prior to proceeding.

Pacfic Coast Highway

Preparations for installing the new sewer piping in PCH have started. This includes locating existing underground utilities and setting up traffic control systems. Once all of the existing utilities are located and a clear path for the new sewer piping has been confirmed, excavation and installation of the piping systems will begin. The work occurring on PCH should be completed in about 3 months. 

Please watch out for slow traffic and workers in the roadway. The Contractor is working very hard to complete the work safely and as soon as possible to minimize the inconvenience to all involved.

Thank you for your patience!




Current Phase of Work in Progress:  Week of January 20, 2014

Pump Station:

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Work on re-rerouting the existing utilities located near the new Pump Station is continuing and should be completed in the next few weeks.  Temporary shoring systems for the wet well and valve vault should start within the next month.   

Warner Avenue:

Excavation and placement of new sewer piping continues on Warner Avenue. The work is progressing as scheduled and the contractor is expected to complete this segment of the work sometime in February 2014. So far, approximately 40% of this segment of new sewer piping and related underground structures has been completed. Patching of the asphalt paving has started and restoration of the working area has begun. 

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For the residents located on the north side of Warner, there will continue to be openings to make a left turns out of the Weatherly complex, Recreation Center and Huntington Harbour Bay complex driveways as well as left turns into the three driveways during non-working hours. For safety reasons, the driveways may have to be closed overnight periodically to accommodate the construction activities, but every effort is being made to keep them open as much as possible. Left turns will be permitted during non-working hours including weekends, unless otherwise posted. The work hours in the roadway are from 9am to 4pm, Monday through Friday. Please check the posted signs to be sure the turn lanes are open prior to proceeding.

Pacfic Coast Highway

No work is planned on PCH until sometime in late February 2014.

Please watch out for slow traffic and workers in the roadway. The Contractor is working very hard to complete the work safely and as soon as possible to minimize the inconvenience to all involved.

Thank you for your patience!




Current Phase of Work in Progress: Week of December 30, 2013

Pump Station:

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Work on re-rerouting the existing utilities located near the new Pump Station has started and will continue for the next several weeks.

Warner Avenue:

Excavation and placement of new sewer piping continues near the east end of Warner Avenue. The work is progressing as scheduled and the contractor is expected to complete this segment of the work sometime in February 2014.

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For the residents located on the north side of Warner, there will continue to be openings to make a left turns out of the Weatherly complex, Recreation Center and Huntington Harbour Bay complex driveways as well as left turns into the three driveways during non-working hours. For safety reasons, the driveways may have to be closed overnight periodically to accommodate the construction activities, but every effort is being made to keep them open as much as possible. Left turns will be permitted during non-working hours including weekends, unless otherwise posted. The work hours in the roadway are from 9am to 4pm, Monday through Friday. Please check the posted signs to be sure the turn lanes are open prior to proceeding.

Pacfic Coast Highway

No work is planned on PCH until sometime in late February 2014.

Please watch out for slow traffic and workers in the roadway. The Contractor is working very hard to complete the work safely and as soon as possible to minimize the inconvenience to all involved.

Thank you for your patience!




Current Phase of Work in Progress: Week of December 20, 2013

Pump Station:

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Pump station work in the HB Yacht Club parking lot continues in preparation for the upcoming dewatering work. Some of the large palm trees will be temporarily relocated out of the way of the new construction to an offsite location where they will be cared for. Once all of the construction is complete, the trees will be brought back and re-planted.

Warner Avenue:

Excavation for the new sewer piping has started at the east end of Warner Avenue near Brightwater Drive. The work is in full swing and progressing towards the west.

For the residents located on the north side of Warner, there will continue to be openings to make a left turns out of the Weatherly complex, Recreation Center and Huntington Harbour Bay complex driveways as well as left turns into the three driveways during non-working hours. For safety reasons, the driveways may have to be closed overnight periodically to accommodate the construction activities, but every effort is be made to keep them open as much as possible. Left turns will be permitted during non-working hours including weekends, unless otherwise posted. The work hours in the roadway are from 9am to 4pm, Monday through Friday. Please check the posted signs to be sure the turn lanes are open prior to proceeding.

Pacfic Coast Highway

No work is planned on PCH until after the holidays.

Please watch out for slow traffic and workers in the roadway. The Contractor is working very hard to complete the work safely and as soon as possible to minimize the inconvenience to all involved.




Phase of Work in Progress:  As of December 16, 2013

Pump Station(HB Yacht Club):

Pump station work in the HB Yacht Club parking lot continues in preparation for the upcoming dewatering work.  Some of the large palm trees will be temporarily relocated out of the way of the new construction to an offsite location where they will be cared for. Once all of the construction is complete, the trees will be brought back and re-planted.
 
Warner Avenue (Underground pipeline work):

Construction activities are picking up on the east end of Warner Avenue starting near Brightwater Drive. Large excavators have been brought in and the dewatering system is being installed. Once the dewatering system is up and running, it will take a couple of weeks to pump the ground water down to a level low enough to start digging for the new pipeline. It may seem like there isn't a lot of activity, but the pumping system will be working overtime.

For the residents located on the north side of Warner, there will be openings to make a left out of both the Weatherly complex and Huntington Harbour Bay complex driveways as well as left turns into the two driveways.   These left turns will be restricted when construction activity is in the proximity of the driveway(s).  Left turns will be permitted during all non-working hours including weekends. The work hours in the roadway are from 9am to 4pm, Monday through Friday.

Pacific Coast Highway (Underground pipeline work) :

No work scheduled at this time.




Phase of Work In Progress: As of December 2, 2013

Construction has started at the pump station located in the boat launch parking lot and will continue for the next 10 months or so. Crews are working to set up equipment for removal of the ground water in the work area which will take about 3 weeks. Once the ground water in the work area has been removed, work will start on construction of the new pump station.

Starting Monday 12-2-13, crews will be setting up traffic control for the pipeline work located on Warner Avenue. The pipeline work occurs in the center of the roadway and will start near Brightwater proceeding west on Warner towards Pacific Coast Highway. The traffic control will be in place for approximately 3 months. Outbound traffic from the businesses and residences on the north side of Warner will be detoured west on Warner past PCH to the circular turnaround and then back east on Warner. Access to these locations will be available from west bound lanes on Warner coming from Algonquin. The businesses and residents on the north side of Warner are encouraged to seek the most convenient route of access available when coming and going from their location. This may require temporarily taking a different route then usual.

Please watch out for slow traffic and workers in the roadway. We are working very hard to complete the work as soon as possible and minimize the inconvenience to all involved. Thank you for your patience!




Phase of Work In Progress: As of November 4, 2013

The City of Huntington Beach will be having a pre-construction meeting with the Contractor, Artukovich & Sons on Thursday, November 7, 2013. The Contractor is nearly complete with developing the baseline schedule for the project. Actual construction work activities will commence in the later part of November after the Contractor has gained approval of the minimum, required, submittals associated to the work.

Detours: None in place as of this date.

Did you know?

Construction going on in your neighborhood? Huntington Beach City Code allows for construction with an open building permit Monday-Saturday, 7AM-8PM. Work not requiring a permit may be completed Monday-Saturday, 8AM-8PM, and Sunday, 9AM-6PM.


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