What is this Project?
This project increases system capacity to deliver high-quality drinking water from the Clackamas River to the communities of Lake Oswego and Tigard. Together these two communities can secure long-term access to clean, safe water for less than it would cost them to do it alone. Learn more...
This update includes construction work in the following areas:
- Chandler Road/10th Street - pipe installation expected to begin mid-late February
- State Street - CenturyLink fiber conduit relocation nearly complete
- Highway 43 nighttime construction - continues near Holy Names Drive
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Crews placing rebar in preparation for the concrete floor to be poured.
Night construction – intersection of Bonita Road and Milton Court
Next week, crews will begin night work at the intersection of Bonita Road and Milton Court to install pipelines near the new Bonita Pump Station from 8 p.m. – 5 a.m., Monday to Friday. During this time, expect temporary delays as there will be a single lane closure to accommodate equipment and materials. During work hours, the traffic signal at 74th Avenue will be turned off and flaggers will guide vehicles through the construction area. Neighbors can expect to see and hear excavators, dump trucks and lighting. After work is completed each night, the area will be backfilled and temporary paving will be placed.
Steel frames for new roof
Work occurring on site over the next few weeks includes:
Ballasted flocculation – center of site
Mechanical equipment continues to be installed within the structure. Steel frames have been installed as part of the ballasted flocculation roof system (pictured right). Crews are now beginning to place insulation and roof panels.
The RIPS roof is now complete!
This update includes construction work in the following areas. Read more for specific information on each location.
- River Intake Pump Station (RIPS) - almost complete!
- Meldrum Bar Park pipeline work - night work started this week
- Microtunnel at Jensen Road pathway - to begin late January
The Lake Oswego Tigard Water Partnership, the $254 million project that will upgrade and increase system capacity to deliver high-quality drinking water from the Clackamas River to the communities of Lake Oswego and Tigard, has reached the halfway mark.