All Work Underway

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Most pipeline for the project is installed in the public right of way. There is an exception, where the pipeline tunnels under the Willamette River. Read the What to Expect During Construction handout (781 kb, May 2014) for more detailed maps and information about the construction process.

For a project construction schedule map visit the About the Partnership page

Field Updates

Thursday - October 23, 2014

Pipeline Construction Update: Lake Oswego

Erickson Street pipeline work is nearly complete and the remaining graveled portion of the trench will be temporarily paved, weather permitting.

This update includes construction work in the following areas. 

  • Iron Mtn. Blvd.; Twin Fir, Upper pavement striping and miscellaneous work
  • B Ave. storm water pipeline construction—8th and 9th intersection work
  • State Street/B Ave intersection storm water pipeline installation (night work)
  • Laurel narrows pipe work progressing well; Erickson St. main line work nearly complete
  • Hwy. 43 prep work starts this week; change in work days

For the most up to date information on construction and road closures, please visit work underway, call the hotline on 503-697-6502 or email

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Thursday - October 23, 2014

Water Treatment Plant Construction Update

Crews working on the decking and steel for the electrical building.

Finished water pump station and clearwell – south and center of site

Concrete blocks are being placed and walls completed for the finished water pump station. The water test is progressing for the clearwell – the tank is now filled about halfway and will be complete next month.

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Friday - October 17, 2014

Bonita Pump Station Construction Update

The native plants and grass mix placed several weeks ago continue to flourish.

Electrical Conduits & Concrete Pouring

Electrical conduit ducts are being installed between the generator and the future pump station building and should be completely connected by early next week. Today, the generator pad will be formed and poured, while building pad electrical conduits continue to be installed.

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