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Kinakapw to Lehn Diadi Waterline

Client Education
Location Madolenihmw
Scope Of Work Planning, Construction

Project Detail

Project Scope Summary:

The project will extend the 8-inch waterline from the existing Kinakapw 500,000-gallon water tank to the Lehn Diadi Bridge. Project is composed of five (5) segments which are as follows:

  • Segment #1 circum-island Road is approximately 6.3 miles in length and is composed of 8- and 10-inch new water mains. Segment starts at the existing gate valve located near the Kinakapw water tank and extends along the circum-island road to the Lehn Diadi
  • Segment #2 – Arew-Pah is approximately one-mile in length and consists of an 8- inch water main. Segment starts at the circum-island road and serves the Arew-Pah area of the
  • Segment #3 – Arew-Powe is approximately one-mile in length and consists of an eight-inch water main. Segment starts at the circum-island road and serves the Arew-Powe area of the
  • Segment #4 – Lukop is approximately 2.3 miles in length the water main consists of 8 and 10-inch pipe. The segment starts at the circum-island road and serves the Lukop area of the island. There are two existing wells connected to this
  • Segment #5 – Lukop to Kipine is approximately one mile in length and consists of an 8-inch water main. There are two existing wells connected to this
  • This project includes water service laterals for future residential hookups, 4 well head improvements, and a 500,000-gallon storage tank located in Mesihsou, (Pahndepw).

 

Current Project Status as of March 31st FY2021:

  • Stamped Drawings and Specifications were previously provided by the FSM-PMU. Based on project billing, design is 100 percent complete; ready for
  • Independent Technical Review (ITR) has been completed by USACE
  • The PNI-PMO office have prepared the bidding documents as Design-Build RFP for a qualified AE/Contractor to take ownership of the project, correct identified design defects, and perform all required construction work as identified in the drawings and specifications.
  • Final bid documents have been approved by USACE as of early this year. PNI-PMO have recently completed its final preparations for the project RFP but awaiting advertisement