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Booster Pump Station Upgrades Study

Bid Information


Bid Alert No: 00000573896

Bid Title: Booster Pump Station Upgrades Study

Agency Bid No. Title: Not Stated

Received Date: 05/18/2016

Close Date: 06/09/2016

Purchase Type: Not Stated

Delivery Point:

Delivery Date: Not Stated

Specifications

Specifications include, but are not limited to:West Hill Booster Pump StationLocated on West Perimeter Road at the Renton Municipal Airport near the control tower, this stationpumps from the Valley 196 Zone to the West Hill 495 Zone. The BPS was constructed in 1985 (Project W-0715). It has one 1,000-gpm fire pump that is driven by a diesel engine with auto-start. It also has two600 gpm pumps that do not have emergency backup power. Flow from the station is measured by onemeter located in the station. The pumps are controlled by the elevation in the West Hill Reservoir. The2012 Water System Plan update recommended adding emergency backup electrical power to thisbooster pump station. Installing emergency backup power at this booster pump station is included inthe Capital Improvement Plan outlined in Chapter 9 of the 2012 Water System Plan Update.The West Hill Booster Pump Station straddles the property line of King County Tax Parcel 0723059007.The City of Renton owns this parcel of land. Part of the building is on the parcel and part of the buildingis within the Right of Way for Rainier Ave S. Tax Parcel 0723059007 is currently zoned as MediumIndustrial.Monroe Ave Booster Pump StationLocated on the northwest corner of the intersection of NE 4th Street and Monroe Avenue NE, theMonroe Avenue BPS pumps from the Highlands 435 Zone to the Highlands 565 Zone. An 8-inch SCADAcontrolled(supervisory control and data acquisition) transfer valve can allow flow from the Highlands565 Zone to the Highlands 435 Zone. The valve is used in coordination with the Maplewood BPS when itis pumping into the Highlands 565 Zone. The BPS was constructed in 1969 (Project W-0324). In 1991, thestations electrical system was rehabilitated (Project W-1048). The station has one 1,000 gpm pump andone 1,500 gpm pump. Flow from the station is measured by one meter located in the station. Thepumps are controlled by the elevation of the Highlands 565 Reservoir. The pump station does not haveemergency power back-up capability. The 2012 Water System Plan update recommended addingemergency backup electrical power to this booster pump station. Installing emergency backup power atthis booster pump station is included in the Capital Improvement Plan outlined in Chapter 9 of the 2012Water System Plan Update

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Product Codes: 92516, 96121, 92518

Agency Information


Issuing Agency: City of Renton

State: Washington

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: City Hall, 1055 S Grady Way, Renton, Washington, 98057

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