|City Staff solicited Expressions of Interest and Proposals from various qualified engineering firms regarding the design of the East Water Main and Sanitary Sewer Extension Projects. City Staff analyzed these responses and selected Choice One Engineering as the most qualified firm for the engineering design work of the East Water Main Extension Project at a cost not to exceed $120,000 and selected LJB as the most qualified firm for the engineering design work for the East Sanitary Sewer Extension Project at a cost not to exceed $400,000.
The proposed improvement of the East Water Main Extension Project includes the installation of approximately 7,500 linear feet of 12" water main, complete with appurtenances, along Bellefontaine Road from 7060 Bellefontaine Road to a connection point at the intersection of Bellefontaine and Center Point 70 Boulevard, designing a booster station, and elimination of the water connection with Clark County.
The proposed improvement of the East Sanitary Sewer Extension Project includes the installation of sewer line from 8325 Chambersburg Road going east and from 7340 New Carlisle Pike south to a point near the City Limit and then east to a connection point terminating at the City of Fairborn Wastewater Treatment Plant. This improvement also includes eliminating the existing pump station at 7700 New Carlisle Pike and constructing a new pump station west of the corporation line, approximately 2,470 linear feet east of the Arts Road/State Route 235 intersection and installing a force main from the proposed pump station to an existing manhole at 7941 New Carlisle Pike.
Federal grants received as part of the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) and Sewer Capital Funds will be utilized to pay for these improvements.