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Public Meeting Presentation, June 2017Project Clear Public Meeting Creve Coeur Creek Sanitary Trunk Sewer Relief Ph VI (SKME-021) (Project Number 11729) 06/07/2017 Today’s Agenda Welcome and please sign in MSD Mission and Overview MSD Project Clear Creve Coeur Creek Sanitary Trunk Sewer Relief Ph VI (SKME-021) (11729) Project Presentation Questions and answers One-on-one meetings with our team Survey to complete prior to leaving Introductions Jeff Meyer –MSD, Team Leader Jared Barr –MSD, Project Manager Stuart Haw –Amec Foster Wheeler, Engineer Maria King –Amec Foster Wheeler, Engineer Colleen Carter –Amec Foster Wheeler, Engineer Todd Williams –M3, Engineer Beth Quindry –Shockey, Public Engagement MSD Mission Protect the public’s health and the natural environment through effective wastewater and stormwater management strategies. MSD System Overview 4th largest sewer system in US 525 square mile service area 1,300,000 customers Two utilities: wastewater and stormwater MSD Details 90 municipalities served 4,744 miles of wastewater sewer 1,806 miles of combined sewers 3,028 miles of stormwater sewers 7 treatment plants 356 million gallons/day wastewater treated MSD Project Clear (wastewater only) Billions invested over a generation to improve water quality in St. Louis… and expect billions more. = 11 7 3 Focus Areas for Project Clear Repair & Maintain Build System Improvements Get the Rain Out Stormwater Disconnections Rainscaping* Citysheds* Combined Sewer Separations* System Maintenance System Inspection System Rehabilitation and Replacement Fats, Oil and Grease Control Program Emergency Response Tunnels Storage Tanks Relief Sewers High-Rate Treatment* Build System Improvements Get the Rain Out Repair & Maintain *Combined sewer system only activities Creve Coeur Creek Sanitary Trunk Sewer Relief Ph VI (SKME-021) (11729) Origin of Project Goals Project Overview Map Schedule What You Can Expect Origin of Project Complaints MSD Planning Group evaluated study area Problems Identified –Leaky pipes due to issues such as open/offset joints and cracks –Public sewer pipe has deteriorated beyond rehabilitation due to age –Sewers are surcharging during intense rainfall events Project Goals This project will: 1.Reduce basement backups and wastewater sewer overflows; 2.Increase system capacity. Project Overview Sewer Relief Design Solution –Construct approximately 8,000 feet of 12 to 24 inch diameter sanitary sewer Project Overview Easements –14 new easements (estimated) –Permanent Easements •Gives MSD the right to construct and maintain •Includes associated working room for staging & construction •Trees within the easement will likely be taken –Temporary Construction Easements •Gives MSD the right to excavate and/or remove trees •Expires after construction is complete –ROW agent will make contact if an easement is needed Project Map Anticipated Schedule Design Phase Completed Design –Summer 2017 ROW Phase Complete Easement Acquisition –Summer 2018 Construction Phase Begin Construction –Winter 2018 -2019 Work will be completed one section (reach) at a time. Complete Duration –up to 18 months Final restoration is subject to weather and season. What to Expect: Wastewater Sewer Relief Construction Some temporary traffic disruption. Work trucks and crews in your neighborhood. Mobilize equipment and material prior to excavating Equipment staged in the right of way/TCE. You will receive information from the construction team before their work begins. What to Expect: Wastewater Sewer Relief Construction Construction neighborhood meeting w/contractor Contractor will notify you 2 days prior to construction Trees in the project area will be removed prior to mobilizing 50 to 100 feet of sewer pipe will be installed per day Restoration: sod/seed, pavement, fences, etc. What to Expect: Wastewater Sewer Relief Construction Property owners should contact the MSD inspector with a problem (not the contractor) MSD Inspectors travel between several project sites, but should be on your site at least two times every day If you make a special agreement with the contractor, get it in writing and provide a copy to MSD so they can help if the contractor doesn’t honor his agreement with you Your Turn! We welcome your questions and feedback about MSD in general. General questions about the Creve Coeur Creek Sanitary Trunk Sewer Relief Ph VI (SKME-021) (11729) project will be answered now Specific property questions will be addressed in small break-out groups with our team Please fill out our survey after the meeting. Questions? www.ProjectClearSTL.org @ProjectClearSTL Project Clear STL