ladwp - CMAA SC

Report
CMAA Southern
California Chapter
Water & Wastewater Agency Night
Capital Program Updates
Presented by:
Ronald O. Nichols
LADWP General Manager
Major Capital Programs
Safe Drinking Water
Program
Local Water Supply
Program
Water System
Reliability Program
Regulatory Compliance
Reservoir Covers & Bypasses
Trunk Line Replacement
Recycled Water
Stormwater Capture
Customer Conservation Programs
Groundwater Cleanup & Management
Replace aging pipeline and related
infrastructure, including regulator
stations, pumping stations, and
maintaining the LA Aqueduct
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Planned 3-Year Capital Investments
Program
FY 2011/12
FY 2012/13
FY 2013/14
Safe Drinking Water
$188 M
$214 M
$316 M
Local Water Supply
$71 M
$137 M
$165 M
Water System
Reliability
$275 M
$300 M
$345 M
Total
$534 M
$651 M
$826 M
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Project Delivery
In-house Capabilities
Design
Construction
Construction Management
Design-Bid-Build is LADWP’s
primary method of contract project
delivery, but planning to use CM at Risk
for Headworks Reservoir
Select projects may be a mixture of inhouse and contract resources
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Professional Services Contracts
As-Needed Engineering Services
Contracts with several engineering firms
Design, Estimating, Value Engineering
$10 Million
As-Needed Construction
Management
Contracts with several CM firms
CM services, inspection, staff
supplementation
$12 Million
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Safe Drinking Water Program
Reservoir Improvements
Projects are part of a 20-year
compliance agreement
Invested over $400 M to date
Remaining Five
Reservoirs
CA Dept. of
Public Health
Deadlines
Silver Lake
Dec 2013
Ivanhoe
Nov 2014
Elysian
Aug 2015
Upper Stone
Canyon
Jan 2017
Los Angeles
Mar 2022
Estimated
Budget
$230 M
$35 M
$25 M
$130 M
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Safe Drinking Water Program
Headworks Reservoir
Critical Water Quality Improvement Project
Replaces Silver Lake & Ivanhoe
Reservoirs
Two buried concrete reservoirs with a 110million-gallon combined storage capacity
Innovative Approach: Construction
Manager At Risk
Webcor, Obayashi, Lyles, a Joint Venture
(WEBCOR)
Construction Cost: $230 Million
WEBCOR is actively seeking qualified
subcontractors.
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Safe Drinking Water Program
Headworks Reservoir Subcontracting
Timeline
Estimated
Contract
Amount
Construction Management
& Civil Construction
2/12 to
6/15
$80 M
Construction Management
& Civil Construction
2/15 to
2/18
$90 M
Construction Management
& Civil Construction
2/18
to12/19
$7 M
Pipeline Construction
2/12 to
10/14
$50 M
Project Component
Subcontracting
Opportunity
Headworks East Reservoir
Headworks West Reservoir
Headworks Ecosystem
Restoration
Develop wetlands, landscaping and
site improvements at reservoir
RSC Lower Reach Unit 1A
6,400 feet of 84” - 96” Welded Steel
Pipeline in the Griffith Park area
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Over the next quarter century, we plan
to transform our water supply sources
INCLUDE PIE CHARTS
WITH WATER NOW VS. _____
* Excludes 100,000 AFY of water conservation
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Local Supply Components
Investments Over the Next 5 years
Program
5-Year
Investment
San Fernando Valley Aquifer
Groundwater Cleanup
$100 M
Stormwater Capture
$274 M
Recycled Water
$29 M
Expanded Water Conservation
$250 M
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San Fernando Basin Groundwater
Treatment Complex
Groundwater Treatment Complex
Treatment capacity of up to
125,000 AFY
Draft
Est. in-service date: 2021
Capital Cost: $600M – $900M
Annual O&M Cost: $50M - $70M
Draft
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Cost Effectiveness of
the San Fernando Basin
Groundwater Treatment Complex
Cumulative Costs of Groundwater Cleanup vs. MWD Water
Purchases
$16,000
$14,992
Groundwater Cleanup Capital and O&M Costs
$14,000
MWD Purchase Costs - Base Case (5.1% Growth)
$10,000
$7,421
$8,000
$6,000
$4,000
$2,000
2060
2057
2054
2051
2048
2045
2042
2039
2036
2033
2030
2027
2024
2021
2018
2015
$0
2012
$ in Millions
$12,000
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Stormwater Capture
Tujunga Spreading Grounds Project
Estimated Capital Cost:
$24 million
Design 90% complete
Increased recharge up to
8,000 acre-feet per year
expected
Estimated project completion
by 2015
Competitive Bid Process
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Recycled Water – Key Elements
Recycled Water Utilization
59,000 AFY by 2035
Recycled Water Master Plan
Existing: 8,000 AFY
Planned and potential projects: 21,000 AFY
Competitive Bid Process
Groundwater replenishment with advanced
treated wastewater (30,000 AFY): $415 million
Garber Recycled Tank: $2 million
LA/Glendale Recycled Tank: $2 million
Griffith Park South Recycled Tank
and Pump Station: $6 million
Internal Construction
Expand purple pipe network (29,000 AFY):
$495 million
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Water Reliability
Potential Contracting Opportunities
Project Component
Contracting
Opportunity
RSC Upper Reach Unit 7
13,700 feet of 78” Welded Steel Pipeline
in the San Fernando Valley area
City Trunk Line South Unit 6
1,600 feet of 60” Welded Steel Pipeline
in the San Fernando Valley
Sunset Blvd Trunk Line
Rehabilitation Phase II
Slipline 36” Pipeline with HDPE. Fairfax
Ave to Cahuenga Blvd.
Silver Lake Bypass Pipeline
5,000 feet of 66” Welded Steel Pipeline
adjacent to Silver Lake Reservoir
*Estimate
Contract
Amount*
Pipeline Construction
9/11 to
10/15
Pipeline Construction
Tunneling
11/12 to
10/15
$120 M
Pipeline Construction
Tunneling
1/13 to
9/15
$14 M
Construction Sliplining
9/13 to
4/14
$9 M
10/11 to
1/14
$40 M
RSC Upper Reach Units 5 & 6
15,700 feet of 78” Welded Steel Pipeline
in the San Fernando Valley Area
Timeline
Pipeline Construction
Tunneling
$106 M
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