A crane arriving to help set up scaffolding.
Waluga Reservoir 1 Roof Replacement Construction Update
Tree protection fencing and erosion control measures have been established at the reservoir site. A small construction trailer has been set up for contractor personnel. Equipment is also arriving, including a crane to help set up scaffolding, and shoring to support the WR1 roof before demolition begins. Crews are setting up a work platform around the perimeter of the tank, and will begin placing shoring material inside the tank over the coming weeks.
Placing wall forms in a serpentine pattern for the ozone basin.
Water Treatment Plant Construction Update
Information about onsite work is outlined below. Please note, schedules are subject to change.
Ozone system – northeast of site
All slabs have been poured for the two remaining structures: the ozone generator building and ozone basin. Over the last few weeks, crews have been working hard to place the wall forms in a serpentine pattern for the new ozone contactor basin. The first wall pour occurred today (pictured above). The next wall pour is expected to occur late next week or early the following week.
Partnership representatives Joel Komarek and Terry Buchholtz accept ACRA award from Duane Peter, ACRA president.
September 28, 2016
LAKE OSWEGO, Ore. – The Lake Oswego Tigard Water Partnership recently won a 2016 American Cultural Resources Association (ACRA) Industry Award-Public Sector for outstanding commitment to protecting cultural resources, as part of construction of a $254 million water project.
The award was presented during a ceremony at the ACRA annual conference in Palm Springs, California on September 19.