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Concrete placement within the lift station and the diversion structure began in September 2020.
New lift stations will provide additional flows to the South Interceptor Force Main (SIFM) and maximize conveyance to the Missouri River Water Resource Recovery Facility (MRWRRF) for neighborhoods and businesses near and around the Henry Doorly Zoo. The existing Riverview Lift Station was originally constructed in the 1960s as part of the South Interceptor Sewer Project and has the capacity to pump 3.5 million gallons per day (MGD) to the Missouri River Water Resource Recovery Facility (MRWWRF). A new lift station is needed to ensure flows from the Riverview and Grover Street sewers can be reliably pumped into the new South Interceptor Force Main and to maximize conveyance of wet weather flows to the MRWRRF. Lift station capacity is also needed to accommodate the Henry Doorly Zoo cleaning and draining of exhibits and facilities. The new lift station is being designed to have the capacity to pump 7.0 MGD. The location of the new lift station will be just west of its current location adjacent to Gibson Road. Work will include construction of a diversion structure along both the existing Grover and Riverview Street combined sewers to capture flows and convey them to the new Riverview Lift Station.
The project was bid in Q4 2019 and awarded to Eriksen Construction in November 2019. Construction Notice-to-Proceed is anticipated to occur on January 27, 2020.
*As of August 2017, the Missouri River Wastewater Treatment Plant (MRWWTP) Improvements Project is now known as the Missouri River Water Resource Recovery Facility (MRWRRF) Improvements Project.
Project Number: OPW 52402
LTCP Project Name: Riverview Lift Station Replacement