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Exhibit MSD 37C - MSD Sanitary Sewer Overflow Control Master Plan Executive SummaryMetropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SANITARY SEWER OVERFLOW CONTROL MASTER PLAN Original Plan – December 31, 2013 Final Revision – August 29, 2014 This page is blank to facilitate double-sided printing. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan Sanitary Sewer Overflow Control Master Plan Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District Original Plan – December 31, 2013 Final Revision – August 29, 2014 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan This page is blank to facilitate double-sided printing. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan Acknowledgements This Sanitary Sewer Overflow Control Master Plan report was prepared for the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District by a team consisting of District Staff and consultants. The principal consultants providing support to MSD in the preparation of this report were:  Jacobs Engineering Group Inc.  ABNA Engineering, Inc.  Civil Design, Inc.  Losli Engineering, LLC  PMA Engineering Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan This page is blank to facilitate double-sided printing. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan TABLE OF CONTENTS i December 31, 2013 Updated August 29, 2014 TABLE OF CONTENTS EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ...........................................................................................................1 1. INTRODUCTION.............................................................................................................. 1-1 1.1 District Overview .......................................................................................................... 1-1 1.1.1 Service Areas ......................................................................................................... 1-1 1.1.2 Watersheds ............................................................................................................. 1-1 1.1.3 Gravity Sewers ....................................................................................................... 1-3 1.1.4 Pump Stations and Forcemains .............................................................................. 1-4 1.1.5 Wastewater Treatment Facilities ............................................................................ 1-4 1.2 Background and Purpose ............................................................................................... 1-5 2. SEWER SYSTEM EVALUATION SURVEY ................................................................ 2-1 3. HYDRAULIC MODEL ..................................................................................................... 3-1 4. CAPACITY ASSURANCE EVALUATION ................................................................... 4-1 5. DEVELOPMENT OF THE SSO CONTROL MASTER PLAN .................................. 5-1 5.1 Introduction ................................................................................................................... 5-1 5.2 Development of Remedial Requirements and Remedial Measures .............................. 5-1 5.2.1 Identification of Remedial Requirements and Remedial Measures ....................... 5-1 5.2.2 Cost Estimating ...................................................................................................... 5-2 5.2.3 Prioritization .......................................................................................................... 5-2 5.2.4 Sequencing ............................................................................................................. 5-3 5.2.5 Project Activities .................................................................................................... 5-3 5.2.6 Project Activity Durations ..................................................................................... 5-5 5.2.7 Costs for Remedial Measures ................................................................................ 5-7 6. REMEDIAL REQUIREMENTS (ELIMINATION PROJECTS) ................................ 6-1 6.1 Introduction ................................................................................................................... 6-1 6.2 Remedial Requirement (Elimination Project) Target Dates ......................................... 6-1 6.2.1 Scheduling Constraints and Considerations ........................................................... 6-2 6.2.2 Master Plan Appendix C ........................................................................................ 6-3 6.2.3 Remedial Requirements (Elimination Projects) Beyond 2023 .............................. 6-5 6.3 Remedial Requirement (Elimination Project) Implementation ..................................... 6-6 7. CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL ...................................................................................... 7-1 7.1 EPA Approval Letters ................................................................................................ 7-1 7.2 Progress Reporting ...................................................................................................... 7-1  Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan TABLE OF CONTENTS ii December 31, 2013 Updated August 29, 2014 LIST OF APPENDICES APPENDIX A – Flow Metering – Sanitary to Combined APPENDIX B – Elimination Project Target Dates APPENDIX C – Constructed SSO Outfall Elimination Schedule APPENDIX D – Remedial Requirement (Elimination Project) List APPENDIX E – Conditions of Approval APPENDIX F – Approved Schedule LIST OF TABLES Table 5-1 Costs for Remedial Measures .................................................................................... 5-7 LIST OF FIGURES Figure 1-1 MSD Service Areas .................................................................................................. 1-2 Figure 6-1 Cumulative Percent Constructed SSO Outfall Removal per 5-Year Period ............ 6-4 Figure 6-2 Number of Constructed SSO Outfalls Removed per 5-Year Period ........................ 6-5 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Page ES-1 December 31, 2013 Updated August 29, 2014 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY A Consent Decree between the United States of America, the Missouri Coalition for the Environment Foundation and Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District in the matter of The United States et al. v. The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District, No. 4:07-CV-1120 (E.D. Mo.) has been entered with an Effective Date of April 27, 2012. Under the Consent Decree, Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (MSD, District) agreed to make extensive improvements to its sewer systems to reduce pollution levels in urban rivers and streams. Over a 23-year period, MSD has committed to infrastructure improvement projects for work in the Sanitary and Combined collections systems and in the wastewater treatment plants with a total estimated cost of $4.7 billion in 2011 dollars. The objective of the improvement projects will be to eliminate and mitigate overflows of untreated raw sewage, priority being given to areas known to be problematic. MSD prepared this Sanitary Sewer Overflow Control Master Plan to comply with Paragraphs 23 through 30 of Consent Decree Case No. 4:07-CV-1120-CEJ. This Master Plan provides a collective summary of the remedial requirements (elimination projects) and remedial measures resulting from the analyses performed in the reports referenced below. Elimination projects will result in the elimination of all Constructed Sanitary Sewer Overflow (SSO) Outfalls. The Master Plan provides a conceptual scope and cost estimate for each elimination project. Remedial measures are the activities that will provide for adequate capacity in the Sanitary Sewer System to address known SSOs and Building Backups, as well as eliminate unpermitted bypassing at Sanitary Sewer System Wastewater Treatment Facilities (WWTFs), including Missouri River, Coldwater Creek, Lower Meramec, Grand Glaize, and Fenton WWTFs. Sewer System Evaluation Survey (SSES) This Master Plan includes (by reference) 21 SSES reports for the following watersheds/subareas:  Maline Creek  Spanish Lake  Watkins Creek  Bissell Point Subareas  Coldwater Creek  Deer Creek  Gravois Creek  Mackenzie Creek  Martigney Creek  University City  Fenton Creek  Fishpot Creek  Kiefer Creek  Grand Glaize Creek  Mattese Creek  Lower Meramec Subareas  Bonfils  Caulks Creek  Creve Coeur Creek  Fee Fee Creek  Missouri River Subareas The SSES reports comply with Paragraphs 14 through 18 of the Consent Decree. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Page ES-2 December 31, 2013 Updated August 29, 2014 Hydraulic Model This Master Plan also includes (by reference) five Hydraulic Model Development reports for the WWTF Service Areas listed below:  Bissell Point  Coldwater Creek  Lemay  Lower Meramec River  Missouri River The Hydraulic Model Development reports comply with Paragraphs 19 and 20 of the Consent Decree. Capacity Assurance Evaluation This Master Plan also includes (by reference) five Capacity Assurance Evaluation reports for Service Areas listed above. The Capacity Assurance Evaluation reports comply with Paragraphs 21 and 22 of the Consent Decree. Master Plan Development The elimination projects and remedial measures outlined in this Master Plan were developed based on the findings from the SSES, Hydraulic Model, and Capacity Assurance Evaluation reports. Conceptual project scopes of work were based on estimated future flows. Standard approaches in the following categories were applied to elimination projects and remedial measures as part of MSD’s methodology in developing holistic solutions to Constructed SSO Outfalls, known SSOs and Building Backups, unpermitted WWTF bypassing, and other capacity-related Sanitary Sewer System issues.  Cost Estimating  Prioritization  Sequencing  Project Activities  Project Activities Duration Development These analyses resulted in the formulation of a logically ordered plan of remedial measures and elimination projects to resolve problems or issues within the Sanitary Sewer System. The plan was utilized in establishing the Constructed SSO Outfall Elimination Schedule found in Appendix C of this report. Remedial Measures Estimated capital costs in June 2013 dollars for remedial measures (comprised of Sanitary relief, tunnel, storage facility, Pump Station/forcemain, I/I reduction, and WWTF projects) total to approximately $1.726 billion. Remedial Requirements (Elimination Projects) There are 149 Constructed SSO Outfalls to be removed by MSD. Eighty-seven conceptual elimination projects were identified to remove these Outfalls. These elimination projects were deemed to be remedial requirements pursuant to the Consent Decree. To develop the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Page ES-3 December 31, 2013 Updated August 29, 2014 Constructed SSO Outfall Elimination Schedule, elimination project target dates were developed using Microsoft Project software, a nationally recognized program used to manage capital improvement plans. Each elimination project is comprised of a number of activities and each activity has a time component. The project activities, together with durations and relationships, were used to plan the elimination project target dates. The following four target dates were developed for each elimination project: 1. Initial Design 2. Commence Construction 3. Complete Construction 4. Placement in Service The target dates were utilized to establish the Constructed SSO Outfall Elimination Schedule, comprised of four, five-year groupings indicating anticipated elimination time periods for Constructed SSO Outfalls. A graphical summary of the results is shown below. The complete list of 87 elimination projects is presented in Appendix D. Estimated capital costs in June 2013 dollars for elimination projects total to approximately $336 million. Additional costs for associated remedial measures in sequence to the remedial requirements to eliminate the District’s 149 Constructed SSO Outfalls are estimated at $759 million, which is included in the previously mentioned remedial measures total capital costs. Summary  This Master Plan describes the results of the SSES, Hydraulic Model, and Capacity Assurance Evaluation as well as specific measures that will result in the elimination of all Constructed SSO Outfalls, known SSOs, and Building Backups and/or that are necessary to ensure that there is adequate capacity in the Sanitary Sewer System to collect, convey, and treat anticipated peak wet weather flows under current and projected future conditions, in accordance with the Consent Decree. 33% 54% 85% 95%100% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 120% 2009‐2013 2014‐2018 2019‐2023 2024‐2028 2029‐2033% RemovedCumulative Percent Constructed SSO Outfall Removal per 5-Year Period Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Page ES-4 December 31, 2013 Updated August 29, 2014  Remedial measures to address capacity limitations within the Sanitary Sewer System and to eliminate unpermitted bypassing are also included.  A flow metering plan is outlined in Appendix A of the Master Plan. Flow meters will be installed on the Sanitary trunk sewers which convey major flow into the Combined Sewer System.  The Master Plan provides a schedule of specific projects for the elimination of all Constructed SSO Outfalls and the goal of eliminating all other known SSOs as expeditiously as possible. The schedule provides for elimination of 85% of the Constructed SSO Outfalls (based upon the May 5, 2009 bypass database, 12 Constructed SSO Outfalls subsequently discovered by MSD, and one reclassified as an interceptor to the Combined Sewer System), and the goal of eliminating all other known SSOs by December 31, 2023. Included in the 85% are 11 Constructed SSO Outfalls: BP-591; BP- 155; BP-170; BP-348; BP-349; BP-198; BP-443; BP-545; BP-008; BP-451; and BP-621 scheduled for elimination no later than December 31, 2023.  The Master Plan identifies project target dates for initial design, commence construction, complete construction, and placement in service for each elimination project. In proposing the timing and order of elimination projects, MSD set priorities among projects based upon potential for human health and environmental impact risks, frequencies of activation, estimated volumes, and technical engineering judgment.  MSD proposes that elimination of 15% of the Constructed SSO Outfalls be scheduled after December 31, 2023 but before December 31, 2033, based on technical need, including project sequencing, acquisition of property rights and other legal requirements, utility coordination and relocation of capital projects by other municipal entities, unknown soil or other conditions, natural unknown impediments, and other similar issues.  The Master Plan includes estimated capital, O&M (if applicable), and present value costs for each identified remedial measure and elimination project in June 2013 dollars.  The Constructed SSO Outfall Elimination Schedule is presented in Appendix C of this report in the format specified by EPA.  The total estimated capital cost in June 2013 dollars for both elimination projects and all remedial measures is presented below:  Remedial Requirements (Elimination Projects) $0.336 billion  Remedial Measures $1.726 billion  Total $2.062 billion Conditions of Approval The EPA has approved this Master Plan with certain conditions. Those conditions are outlined in Chapter 7 and Appendix E of this updated Master Plan. One of those conditions is an approved schedule, which is presented in Appendix F. Also contained in Chapter 7 is a section on progress reporting. The District will apprise the EPA of their progress in executing the Master Plan by doing the following:  If MSD determines the date by which a SSO will be eliminated as set forth in the “Elimination of Constructed SSO Outfall or Known SSO Condition (no later than)” Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Page ES-5 December 31, 2013 Updated August 29, 2014 column of the table titled “Projects to Eliminate Sanitary Sewer Overflows” needs to be modified, MSD will request a change pursuant to Paragraph 30 of the Consent Decree.  Except for changes to the Elimination Dates discussed in the first bullet, MSD will report on the progress of “Projects to Eliminate Sanitary Sewer Overflows” as part of the “Background Information on All Master Plan Projects” in the Consent Decree Annual Report.  MSD will report progress on the projects in the “Background Information on All Master Plan Projects” documents as part of the Consent Decree Annual Report, including describing the actions taken to ensure an SSO will not occur when it is determined that a project is not required. When appropriate, MSD may include information in its annual report related to changes to project names, and material changes to project scope. These changes do not require EPA approval. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Page ES-6 December 31, 2013 Updated August 29, 2014 This page is blank to facilitate double-sided printing. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION Page 1-1 December 31, 2013 1. INTRODUCTION 1.1 District Overview The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (MSD) provides wastewater and stormwater service to approximately 1.3 million people in a 525-square-mile service area encompassing the independent City of St. Louis and most of St. Louis County. According to a National Association of Clean Water Agencies membership survey, the District has the fourth largest collection system in the United States based on miles of wastewater sewer infrastructure. Most of the District’s customers are served by Sanitary and Storm sewers. However, approximately 75 square miles of St. Louis City and adjoining St. Louis County are served by a Combined Sewer System. 1.1.1 Service Areas MSD’s jurisdictional area is divided into five major Wastewater Treatment Facility (WWTF) Service Areas as shown in Figure 1-1 (page 1-2): Bissell Point, Coldwater Creek, Lemay, Lower Meramec, and Missouri River. The Bissell Point and Lemay Service Areas contain both Sanitary and Combined Sewer Systems, while the District’s other service areas are served by Sanitary Sewer Systems. 1.1.2 Watersheds The District’s five Service Areas are further subdivided into 21 predominately Sanitary Sewer System watersheds as noted below:  Bissell Point Service Area  Maline Creek Watershed  Spanish Lake Watershed  Watkins Creek Watershed  Bissell Point Subareas  Coldwater Creek Service Area  Coldwater Creek Watershed  Lemay Service Area  Deer Creek Watershed  Gravois Creek Watershed  Mackenzie Creek Watershed  Martigney Creek Watershed  University City Watershed Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION Page 1-2 December 31, 2013 Figure 1-1 MSD Service Areas Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION Page 1-3 December 31, 2013  Lower Meramec Service Area  Fenton Creek Watershed  Fishpot Creek Watershed  Grand Glaize Creek Watershed  Kiefer Creek Watershed  Mattese Creek Watershed  Lower Meramec Subareas  Missouri River Service Area  Bonfils Watershed  Caulks Creek Watershed  Creve Coeur Creek Watershed  Fee Fee Creek Watershed  Missouri River Subareas MSD’s watersheds are diverse. Each watershed has unique features and challenges. Some contain Combined sewers along with Sanitary and Storm sewers, while others utilize only Sanitary and Storm sewers. Some have no Pump Stations while others have many. Slopes, geology and land use, as well as age, size, and construction materials of the sewers all combine to create watershed differences that required site specific considerations during planning and development of remedial measures and remedial requirements (elimination projects). The term “watershed” as used in this report denotes sewer service limits and not necessarily topographical drainage areas. Some of the Combined Sewer Systems in Bissell Point and Lemay are outside of the scope of this Sanitary Sewer System Overflow Control Master Plan (Master Plan). Further information on Combined sewers may be found in the District’s CSO Long Term Control Plan. 1.1.3 Gravity Sewers Overall, the District is responsible for operating and maintaining 9,578 miles of sewers:  3,028 miles of Stormwater sewers  4,744 miles of Sanitary sewers  1,806 miles of Combined sewers The sewer lengths are based on data as of October 2013 and in some cases are different than the lengths reported in the SSES reports due to the continued characterization of the MSD collection system. Sanitary sewers range in size from 6- to 96-inches in diameter. The majority of Sanitary sewers (over 90%) fall into the 8- to 12-inch diameter range. The most common construction materials are vitrified clay pipe, at 63% by length, and plastic pipe, at 28%. Other pipe materials include concrete and iron. Some sewers have cured-in-place pipe liners. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION Page 1-4 December 31, 2013 1.1.4 Pump Stations and Forcemains The District is responsible for operating and maintaining 218 Sanitary sewer Pump Stations (based on data from October 2013) and associated forcemains, ranging in size from 2- to 42- inches in diameter. 1.1.5 Wastewater Treatment Facilities Seven treatment facilities process an average of 350 million gallons per day (MGD) of sewage. Flow statistics are based on measured average daily flows to the treatment facilities for the 5-year period between 4/27/2007 and 4/27/2012.  Lemay Wastewater Treatment Facility The Lemay facility serves a 120 square-mile (sq-mi) area, including approximately 35 sq-mi of Combined sewer area. Influent flow to the facility averages 131 MGD, but may vary significantly, depending on rainfall, groundwater, and river levels. Wet weather flows are dominated by Combined sewer flows. The general treatment process consists of screening, influent pumping, grit removal, comminuting/grinding, pre-aeration (not used), primary clarification, aeration, secondary clarification, and disinfection. Treated effluent goes to the Mississippi River. Sludge is dewatered and incinerated.  Bissell Point Wastewater Treatment Facility The Bissell Point facility serves an 89 sq-mi area, including approximately 40 sq-mi of Combined sewer area. Influent flow to the facility averages 141 MGD, but may vary significantly, depending on rainfall, groundwater and river levels. Wet weather flows are dominated by Combined sewer flows. The general treatment process consists of screening, influent pumping, grit removal, comminuting, pre-aeration, primary clarification, primary effluent pumping, trickling filters, aeration (not used), secondary clarification, disinfection, and effluent pumping (utilized at high Mississippi River stages). Treated effluent goes to the Mississippi River. Sludge is dewatered and incinerated.  Missouri River Wastewater Treatment Facility The Missouri River facility serves a Sanitary sewer area of 118 sq-mi. The annual average influent flow rate is approximately 29 MGD. The facility is undergoing modifications and the general treatment process will consist of screening, grit removal, pre-aeration, primary clarification, primary effluent pumping, aeration, secondary clarification, and disinfection. The Missouri River facility also has storage basins to equalize wet weather flow peaks. Treated effluent goes to the Missouri River. Sludge is dewatered, anaerobically digested, and thickened.  Coldwater Creek Wastewater Treatment Facility The Coldwater facility serves a Sanitary service area of 62 sq-mi. Influent flow to the facility averages 27 MGD, but may rise a few MGD when the groundwater table is high. The general treatment process consists of coarse screening, influent pumping, fine screening, primary clarification, aeration, secondary clarification, and disinfection. Treated effluent goes to the Missouri River. Sludge is degritted, thickened, and pumped to a Sanitary sewer tributary to the Bissell Point WWTF. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION Page 1-5 December 31, 2013  Lower Meramec Wastewater Treatment Facility The Lower Meramec facility serves a Sanitary service area of 31 sq-mi. Influent flow to the facility averages about 13 MGD. The general treatment process consists of coarse screens, influent pumping, fine screens, primary clarification, primary effluent pumping, trickling filters, secondary clarification, and disinfection. Treated effluent goes to the Mississippi River. Sludge is degritted, thickened, and dewatered. An expansion is planned which will convert the treatment process to activated sludge.  Grand Glaize Wastewater Treatment Facility The Grand Glaize facility serves a Sanitary service area of approximately 45 sq-mi. Influent flow to the facility averages about 15 MGD. The general treatment process consists of coarse screening, influent pumping, fine screening, grit removal, primary clarification, aeration, secondary clarification, and disinfection. The Grand Glaize facility also has a storage lagoon to equalize wet weather flow peaks. Treated effluent goes to the Meramec River. Sludge is thickened and dewatered.  Fenton Wastewater Treatment Facility The Fenton facility serves a Sanitary service area of 19 sq-mi. Influent flow to the facility averages about 5 MGD. The general treatment process consists of fine screening, influent pumping, grit removal, primary clarification, aeration, secondary clarification, and disinfection. Treated effluent goes to the Meramec River. Sludge is dewatered. The Fenton WWTF will be taken offline through projects identified in this Master Plan. 1.2 Background and Purpose A Consent Decree between the United States of America, the Missouri Coalition for the Environment Foundation and Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District in the matter of The United States et al. v. The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District, No. 4:07-CV-1120 (E.D. Mo.) has been entered with an Effective Date of April 27, 2012. Under the Consent Decree, MSD agreed to make extensive improvements to its sewer systems to reduce pollution levels in urban rivers and streams. Over a 23-year period, MSD has committed to infrastructure improvement projects for work in the Sanitary and Combined collections systems and in the wastewater treatment plants with a total estimated cost of $4.7 billion in 2011 dollars. The objective of the improvement projects will be to eliminate and mitigate overflows of untreated raw sewage, priority being given to areas known to be problematic. MSD prepared this Sanitary Sewer Overflow Control Master Plan to comply with Paragraphs 23 through 30 of Consent Decree Case No. 4:07-CV-1120-CEJ. The submission of this Sanitary Sewer Overflow Control Master Plan was made on, or before, December 31, 2013. This Master Plan provides a collective summary of the remedial requirements (elimination projects) and remedial measures resulting from the analyses performed in the reports referenced below. Remedial requirements will result in the elimination of all Constructed Sanitary Sewer Overflow Outfalls. The Master Plan provides a conceptual scope and cost estimate for each remedial requirement. Remedial measures are the activities that will provide for adequate capacity in the Sanitary Sewer System to address known SSOs and Building Backups, as well as eliminate unpermitted bypassing at Sanitary Sewer System WWTFs (Missouri River, Coldwater Creek, Lower Meramec, Grand Glaize, and Fenton WWTFs). Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION Page 1-6 December 31, 2013 This Master Plan includes the following separate documents by reference: Sewer System Evaluation Survey (SSES) Reports  Maline Creek Watershed Sewer System Evaluation Survey (SSES), December 31, 2013  Spanish Lake Watershed Sewer System Evaluation Survey (SSES), December 31, 2013  Watkins Creek Watershed Sewer System Evaluation Survey (SSES), December 31, 2013  Bissell Point Subareas Sewer System Evaluation Survey (SSES), December 31, 2013  Coldwater Creek Watershed Sewer System Evaluation Survey (SSES), December 31, 2013  Deer Creek Watershed Sewer System Evaluation Survey (SSES), December 31, 2013  Gravois Creek Watershed Sewer System Evaluation Survey (SSES), December 31, 2013  Mackenzie Creek Watershed Sewer System Evaluation Survey (SSES), December 31, 2013  Martigney Creek Watershed Sewer System Evaluation Survey (SSES), December 31, 2013  University City Watershed Sewer System Evaluation Survey (SSES), December 31, 2013  Fenton Creek Watershed Sewer System Evaluation Survey (SSES), December 31, 2013  Fishpot Creek Watershed Sewer System Evaluation Survey (SSES), December 31, 2013  Grand Glaize Creek Watershed Sewer System Evaluation Survey (SSES), December 31, 2013  Kiefer Creek Watershed Sewer System Evaluation Survey (SSES), December 31, 2013  Mattese Creek Watershed Sewer System Evaluation Survey (SSES), December 31, 2013  Lower Meramec Subareas Sewer System Evaluation Survey (SSES), December 31, 2013  Bonfils Watershed Sewer System Evaluation Survey (SSES), December 31, 2013  Caulks Creek Watershed Sewer System Evaluation Survey (SSES), December 31, 2013  Creve Coeur Creek Watershed Sewer System Evaluation Survey (SSES), December 31, 2013  Fee Fee Creek Watershed Sewer System Evaluation Survey (SSES), December 31, 2013  Missouri River Subareas Sewer System Evaluation Survey (SSES), December 31, 2013 Hydraulic Model Development Reports  Bissell Point Service Area Hydraulic Model Development Report, December 31, 2013  Coldwater Creek Service Area Hydraulic Model Development Report, December 31, 2013  Lemay Service Area Hydraulic Model Development Report, December 31, 2013  Lower Meramec River Service Area Hydraulic Model Development Report, December 31, 2013  Missouri River Service Area Hydraulic Model Development Report, December 31, 2013 Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION Page 1-7 December 31, 2013 Capacity Assurance Evaluation  Bissell Point Service Area Capacity Assurance Evaluation Report, December 31, 2013  Coldwater Creek Service Area Capacity Assurance Evaluation Report, December 31, 2013  Lemay Service Area Capacity Assurance Evaluation Report, December 31, 2013  Lower Meramec River Service Area Capacity Assurance Evaluation Report, December 31, 2013  Missouri River Service Area Capacity Assurance Evaluation Report, December 31, 2013 The Consent Decree also requires a flow metering plan and list of locations of flow meters to be installed on the Sanitary trunk sewers which convey major flows into the Combined Sewer System. This metering plan is covered in Appendix A – Flow Metering – Sanitary to Combined. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION Page 1-8 December 31, 2013 This page is blank to facilitate double sided printing Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan CHAPTER 2. SEWER SYSTEM EVALUATION SURVEY Page 2-1 December 31, 2013 2. SEWER SYSTEM EVALUATION SURVEY As listed in Section 1.2, a total of 21 SSES reports were developed, one for each watershed and adjacent subareas. MSD prepared the SSES reports to comply with Paragraphs 14 through 18 of Consent Decree Case No. 4:07-CV-1120-CEJ. The SSES reports are part of the Master Plan. The District’s SSES accomplished the following:  Identified study areas with excessive inflow and infiltration (I/I), which are causing and/or contributing to Sanitary sewer overflows and Building Backups  Identified and quantified sources of I/I within the study areas determined to have excessive I/I rates  Identified known SSOs within each watershed  Identified stormwater cross connections and unauthorized direct connections  Identified physical and/or structural conditions of pipes, manholes, and structures of the Sanitary Sewer System that contribute to SSOs and Building Backups  Identified the physical conditions and design constraints of forcemains and Pump Stations, including failure of individual pumps, lack of redundant pumps, and lack of alternate power sources that contribute to SSOs and Building Backups These objectives were accomplished through a comprehensive investigation program that included I/I investigations, closed circuit television (CCTV), flow monitoring, and rainfall monitoring. The investigations conducted through this program (as of May 27, 2012) included:  Smoke testing in 425 I/I Study Areas  CCTV investigation of 27,132 sewer reaches  Inspection of 80,996 manholes  Data collection from flow meters at 1,261 unique monitoring locations  Data collection from 114 rainfall monitor locations The summary of findings of the SSES includes:  Identification of the locations of 1,261 known SSOs and 7,382 Building Backups (between April 27, 2007 and April 27, 2012)  Identification of 179 Constructed SSO Outfalls (remaining as of April 27, 2012)  Identification of 34 Pump Stations without backup storage capacity or on-site backup power  Identification of 3,085 stormwater cross connections (indirect connections) and 38 unauthorized direct connections Data collected during SSES activities was used to:  Develop elimination projects and remedial measures described in this Sanitary Sewer Overflow Control Master Plan  Identify manholes and sewer pipes in need of repair/rehabilitation/replacement through the District’s Capacity, Management, Operations, and Maintenance (CMOM) program  Calibrate and verify the District’s hydraulic model of its Sanitary Sewer System  Support the development of the Capacity Assurance Evaluation  Support the District’s Private I/I Reduction program Refer to the individual SSES reports for specific details on the SSES program. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan CHAPTER 2. SEWER SYSTEM EVALUATION SURVEY Page 2-2 December 31, 2013 This page is blank to facilitate double sided printing Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan CHAPTER 3. HYDRAULIC MODEL Page 3-1 December 31, 2013 3. HYDRAULIC MODEL As listed in Section 1.2, MSD prepared five Hydraulic Model Development reports, one for each service area. MSD developed and documented the hydraulic models to comply with Paragraphs 19 and 20 of Consent Decree Case No. 4:07-CV-1120-CEJ. The Hydraulic Model Development reports are part of the Master Plan. MSD developed and uses the hydraulic models to assess the hydraulic capacity of the Sanitary Sewer System and to identify appropriate elimination projects and remedial measures to address capacity and condition limitations identified in its Sanitary Sewer System, including impact of forcemains and Pump Stations. The hydraulic models simulate wastewater flows under both dry and wet weather conditions, generate hydraulic grade lines, and estimate hydraulic capacities. The model results include conceptual sizing of sewer improvements needed to convey predicted wastewater flows. MSD configured each model to accurately represent its Sanitary Sewer System in accordance with currently accepted engineering practices. The models include gravity sewers that are 12 inches in diameter or greater, gravity sewers up to all Constructed Sanitary Sewer Overflow Outfalls and gravity sewers up to all MSD Pump Stations and forcemains. The District developed models that represent the individual watersheds and subareas, which were used to characterize the Sanitary Sewer System. The total length of Sanitary sewers modeled represents over 800 miles, or approximately 17 percent of the overall Sanitary Sewer System. The Hydraulic Model Development reports document the extent of each model, software used, and calibration and verification results. The reports are comprehensive and define procedures used by MSD to configure the individual models to accurately represent the District’s Sanitary Sewer System. The hydraulic models are beneficial for identifying potential problem areas in the existing Sanitary Sewer System. Using models, a project’s I/I reduction effectiveness was estimated and subsequent relief projects identified as necessary. The models were also used to evaluate alternatives such as larger sewers, elimination of I/I sources, storage, or combinations of these project types. Models were then configured to include all planned elimination projects and remedial measures. Using the modeled future flows and a 5- year synthetic design storm, the models were used to predict capacity assurance. Where relief sewers were identified, the sewers were sized to convey flows with a 10-year synthetic design storm condition. MSD’s hydraulic modeling process achieved the following:  Computerized hydraulic models were tested and verified by MSD to provide accurate results.  Models were used to assess the hydraulic capacity of the Sanitary Sewer System and to identify appropriate elimination projects and remedial measures to address all capacity and condition limitations, including the impacts of forcemains and Pump Stations.  MSD continues to refine the models to provide a detailed understanding of the response of its Sanitary Sewer System to wet weather events and to evaluate proposed remedial measures and removal or reduction of I/I flow. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan CHAPTER 3. HYDRAULIC MODEL Page 3-2 December 31, 2013  Best efforts were used to configure the individual models to accurately represent MSD’s Sanitary Sewer System, including the impacts of forcemains and Pump Stations, in accordance with currently accepted engineering practices.  Models included sewers 12-inches in diameter and greater to the extent practical and sewers up to Constructed SSO Outfalls, and sewers up to District Pump Stations.  Models were configured using adequate, accurate, and sufficiently current physical data for the Sanitary Sewer System.  Models were calibrated using two data sets and verified with one additional independent event, including rainfall data, metered hydrographs and Sanitary Sewer System flow data, to the extent data were available and reliable, as outlined in section 6.2.2.2 of the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) report, Computer Tools for Sanitary Sewer System Capacity Analysis and Planning, October 2007.  Documentation of the hydraulic model for each watershed included:  A description of the hydraulic model, including the brand name of modeling software and capabilities  Digitized map(s) and schematics that identify and characterize the portions of the Sanitary Sewer System included in the hydraulic model, including the individual gravity sewer reaches, Pump Stations, and forcemains  Identification of input parameters, constants, assumed values, and outputs  A summary of activities undertaken to configure, calibrate, and verify the hydraulic model Refer to the individual Hydraulic Model Development reports for specific details on the modeling process. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan CHAPTER 4. CAPACITY ASSURANCE EVALUATION Page 4-1 December 31, 2013 4. CAPACITY ASSURANCE EVALUATION As listed in Section 1.2, MSD prepared five Capacity Assurance Evaluation reports, one for each wastewater service area. MSD developed the Capacity Assurance Evaluation reports to comply with Paragraphs 21 and 22 of Consent Decree Case No. 4:07-CV-1120-CEJ. The Capacity Assurance Evaluation reports are part of the Master Plan. The reports include existing and future flows for each watershed within the Sanitary Sewer System, including average and peak daily dry weather flows, and peak wet weather flows and peaking factors. The Capacity Assurance Evaluation reports assess the ability of existing and future Sanitary sewer infrastructure to convey predicted existing and future peak flows, respectively. Summaries of the number and length of sewer segments surcharged due to inadequate capacity or backwater conditions, and the number of structures the model estimates will overflow under each condition investigated are presented. The reports also assess the ability of the wastewater treatment facilities to provide full treatment, without unpermitted bypassing (for Coldwater, Grand Glaize, Fenton, Missouri River, and Lower Meramec WWTFs, or Sanitary facilities), for all Sanitary flow reaching the WWTF, and to discharge those flows in full compliance with MSD’s Missouri State Operating permits in effect at the time the Capacity Assurance Evaluation was conducted. WWTF operating permits will dictate for individual plants whether bypassing treatment processes is permissible for the facility, such as allowed for the Coldwater WWTF. For the Lemay and Bissell Point WWTFs, or Combined sewer facilities, where bypassing is permitted, future Sanitary flows are assessed and wet weather storage and/or abatement projects are analyzed to allow continued compliance with Missouri State Operating permits in effect at the time the Capacity Assurance Evaluation was conducted. If the Missouri State Operating permit for any facility is issued or modified to permit bypassing of any treatment process, this condition will be considered during the planning and design of remedial measures. Districtwide, the capacity evaluation of the Sanitary Sewer System indicated no dry weather capacity issues under both existing and future flow conditions. The information developed through the capacity assurance evaluation process was beneficial in corroborating the identification of problem areas within the existing Sanitary sewer model, when combined with other data, such as customer service requests and Constructed SSO Outfall monitoring reports. The final model runs incorporated planned projects and utilized estimated year 2035 flows, which demonstrated the effectiveness of the elimination projects and remedial measures planned for each Service Area. As detailed in each Service Area’s Capacity Assurance Evaluation report, in mid-2013 MSD received updated population forecasts by East-West Gateway Council of Governments that indicate lower population growth rates through the year 2040 compared to the earlier forecasts through 2030. This new data was provided too late to alter the capacity assurance analyses performed. Specific measures identified to resolve existing condition capacity issues are still conceptually sized using original future flows from a 10-year synthetic design storm and the earlier population projections. However, in cases where an existing conditions flow analysis does not indicate a need for a project, but the future conditions flow analysis does, MSD has decided not to create a new project based solely on the projected future flow associated with the obsolete and higher population projections. Instead, these locations will be monitored before Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan CHAPTER 4. CAPACITY ASSURANCE EVALUATION Page 4-2 December 31, 2013 determining whether a capital project is needed. MSD has a number of control measures in place to manage the potential for increased future flows as further described in the Capacity Assurance Evaluation reports. The following requirements were met through MSD’s capacity assurance process in accordance with the Consent Decree:  Determined existing flows for each watershed within the Sanitary Sewer System.  Determined average and peak daily dry weather flow.  Determined peak wet weather flow and peaking factors.  Identified portions of the Sanitary Sewer System experiencing levels of excessive I/I that cause or contribute to SSOs, Building Backups, bypasses, and/or overloading of the WWTFs.  Identified estimated peak flow capacities of modeled portions of the Sanitary Sewer System with inadequate capacity to convey peak wet weather flows.  Identified nominal peak flow capacities of unmodeled portions of the Sanitary Sewer System suspected of having inadequate capacity to convey peak wet weather flows.  In the case of inadequate capacity for a 5-year synthetic design storm and where the sewer system is being replaced, the replacement sewer was designed to a 10-year synthetic design storm condition.  Identified any inadequate capacity in the WWTFs.  Accounted for projected population and flow rate growth through 2035.  Determined summaries of the number and length of sewer segments surcharged due to inadequate capacity or backwater conditions and the number of structures the model estimates will overflow (including Constructed SSO Outfalls) under each condition investigated.  Assessed existing and future capacity of the Sanitary Sewer System to ensure the ability to convey predicted peak flows.  Gave priority to the elimination of Constructed SSO Outfalls and known SSOs. Refer to the individual Capacity Assurance Evaluation reports for specific details on capacity evaluations. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan CHAPTER 5. DEVELOPMENT OF THE SSO CONTROL MASTER PLAN Page 5-1 December 31, 2013 5. DEVELOPMENT OF THE SSO CONTROL MASTER PLAN 5.1 Introduction The remedial requirements (elimination projects) and remedial measures discussed in this Master Plan were developed based on the findings from the SSES, hydraulic modeling, and capacity assurance evaluations. Remedial requirements will result in the elimination of all Constructed Sanitary Sewer Overflow Outfalls. Remedial measures are the activities that will provide for adequate capacity in the Sanitary Sewer System to address known SSOs and Building Backups. These remedial measures include removal of I/I sources; increases in the capacities of sewer pipes, forcemains, and Pump Stations; and construction of wet weather storage or equalization basin facilities. In many cases, remedial measures may be completed prior to remedial requirements. Specific remedial measures are further described in the five Capacity Assurance Evaluation reports. A number of standard approaches were applied to develop the components required to meet the requirements of the Consent Decree. Standard approaches in the following categories were applied to remedial requirements and remedial measures as part of MSD’s methodology in developing holistic solutions to Constructed SSO Outfalls, known SSOs, Building Backups, unpermitted WWTF bypassing, and other capacity-related Sanitary Sewer System issues.  Cost Estimating  Prioritization  Sequencing  Project Activities  Project Activity Durations The planning goal was to arrive at a Constructed SSO Outfall Elimination Schedule, as defined in the Consent Decree, based on MSD’s historical knowledge and experience in delivering capital projects and sound engineering practices. 5.2 Development of Remedial Requirements and Remedial Measures The SSES data, Constructed SSO Outfall locations, existing service request records, and assessment of hydraulic capacities utilizing hydraulic models all provided valuable information regarding identification of remedial measures and remedial requirements. 5.2.1 Identification of Remedial Requirements and Remedial Measures MSD analyzed available information to formulate the remedial requirements and remedial measures that were necessary to resolve problems or issues within the Sanitary Sewer System. Typical types of remedial measures and remedial requirements include relief sewers, I/I reduction, storage tanks or tunnels, Pump Stations, and wastewater treatment facility enhancements. Scopes of work developed for remedial requirements and remedial measures are conceptual in nature, based on currently available information and are subject to change in the future when more detailed data is available during the preliminary or design phases. Current approximations of relief sewer lengths and diameters, storage volumes and types of storage facilities, extents of Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan CHAPTER 5. DEVELOPMENT OF THE SSO CONTROL MASTER PLAN Page 5-2 December 31, 2013 I/I reduction, and other conceptual scope items are expected to be modified and finalized at the design study stage of detailed design. A number of projects are to be built in sequence. The effectiveness of a predecessor remedial measure will not be fully known without a period of post construction monitoring. Depending on preceding project effectiveness, some subsequent projects may not be necessary. Refer to the Capacity Assurance Evaluation reports for remedial measures, representing a significant body of work. 5.2.2 Cost Estimating A standardized cost estimating methodology was developed utilizing cost curves and historic unit pricing data collected by MSD. Costs were generally organized into the following components: construction (including contingencies), engineering, and land acquisition, if applicable. Costs are presented in June 2013 dollars with a corresponding Engineering News Record (ENR) Construction Cost Index of 9542.33. Present worth calculations are based on a 50-year period, at an annual rate of return of 5% and a constant inflation rate of 3%. In many cases where different projects were considered to solve a problem, life-cycle costs or present worth values were used to compare alternatives. Although not always the determining factor, projects with lower present worth values were weighted more heavily in deciding between alternatives. A triple-bottom-line approach was used, taking into account not only cost, but environmental and social aspects as well. 5.2.3 Prioritization In proposing the time and order of remedial measures and remedial requirements, the District set priorities in accordance with the Consent Decree based on:  Potential for human health and environment impact risk  Frequencies of activation  Estimated volumes  Technical engineering judgment A priority scoring system was developed that took into consideration potential for human health and environmental impact, frequency of activation, and estimated volumes. Technical engineering judgment was used where factors other than priority score (e.g., the need for downstream capacity before building an upstream relief sewer, acquisition of property rights, utility coordination and relocation, unknown soil or other conditions, natural unknown impediments, and other similar issues) dictated sequencing. The priority scoring system assigned benefit points to each project in the following four benefit categories:  Constructed SSO Outfall Elimination/Mitigation – Projects earned benefit points in this category if a Constructed SSO Outfall was expected to be eliminated as part of the elimination project, or if the remedial measure is required for the removal of a Constructed SSO Outfall in a subsequent elimination project. Each Constructed SSO Outfall was given a high, medium, or low elimination priority based on the number and duration of recorded overflow events. The higher the elimination priority, the more benefit points the elimination or remedial measure project received. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan CHAPTER 5. DEVELOPMENT OF THE SSO CONTROL MASTER PLAN Page 5-3 December 31, 2013  Service Request/Complaint Resolution – Benefit points in this category were earned if the project provided an ultimate solution to customer service requests that indicated a potential hazard to human health or the environment.  Capacity, Management, Operation, and Maintenance/Asset Management Benefits – Benefit points in this category were added if the project addressed capacity limitations and reduced the need for maintenance of the Sanitary Sewer System including Pump Stations and forcemains.  Inflow/Infiltration Reduction – Benefit points in this category were earned if the project provided for the removal of I/I sources. The priority scoring system resulted in a ranking of projects from highest to lowest point totals. MSD considered priority scoring and other relevant information, such as the relationships between elimination projects and remedial measures, to determine logical sequencing. 5.2.4 Sequencing Sequencing remedial requirements (elimination projects) and remedial measures was an important step in the development of the SSO Control Master Plan. Sequencing was based on the priority ranking, physical sequencing/phasing constraints, and other considerations to determine a logical order of construction. Elimination projects and remedial measures may be independent or dependent on one or more related remedial measures. Pursuant to the Consent Decree, elimination means that projects will not increase the frequency or volume of discharges from an existing Constructed SSO Outfall, known SSO, or CSO. Typically, downstream trunk sewers should be upsized or rehabilitated before upstream branch sewers. Also, it is prudent to perform upstream I/I reduction before sizing and constructing downstream sewers. MSD provided a sequencing of projects for each respective watershed based on knowledge of relational dependencies and watershed goals. These sets of watershed remedial measures were further analyzed and sequenced on a service area basis for coordination of remedial measures within a service area. Finally, sets of sequenced service area projects were analyzed and developed into an ordered, Districtwide network of projects with defined relationships. 5.2.5 Project Activities The following project activities were used, as appropriate for each individual remedial requirement and remedial measure project, to develop the planned target dates:  Preliminary – Activities include development of a scope of work and cost estimate in sufficient detail for use in a request for proposal for engineering design services and for capital program budgeting.  Consultant Negotiation – Included are activities to procure a design consultant, including the preparation and issuance of requests for letters of interest or qualifications, evaluation of the responses, preparation and issuance of requests for proposals, evaluation of the responses, evaluation of consultant interviews and selection of a consultant, fee negotiation, the introduction and adoption of the necessary ordinances to authorize MSD to enter into a contract for engineering design services, preparation and execution of contract documents, and confirmation of consultant insurance.  Pre-Design – Activities include the additional definition needed for making final planning- stage decisions. Also included are activities to conduct initial geologic and geotechnical investigations, initial hydraulic studies and models, initial right-of-way studies and surveys, Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan CHAPTER 5. DEVELOPMENT OF THE SSO CONTROL MASTER PLAN Page 5-4 December 31, 2013 the development of schematic layouts, sketches and preliminary design criteria, and the development, review and approval of a pre-design report.  Initial Design – This start milestone activity denotes initiation of the detailed design phase.  Design – Activities consist of the detailed design phase, including final geotechnical and hydraulic studies, selection of final alignments, establishment of final design criteria, and the development of contract documents (plans and specifications).  Easement/Right of Entry – Activities include the acquisition of permits and approvals as well as the acquisition, through negotiation or condemnation proceedings, of the rights-of- way needed for construction. The easement activity also includes tasks related to obtaining property entry rights for identification of private inflow sources.  Property Acquisition – Activities include the purchase of real property, including property research, survey, environmental assessment, appraisal, price negotiation, the introduction and adoption of the necessary ordinances to authorize MSD to enter into a contract to purchase land, and execution of the deeds.  Bid/Board Approval – Activities include the advertisement for bids, bidding period, evaluation of bids and selection of a contractor, the introduction and adoption of the necessary ordinances to authorize MSD to enter into a construction contract, preparation and execution of contract documents, and confirmation of contractor insurance.  Commence Construction – This milestone activity denotes the construction start following Notice to Proceed issued to the construction contractor.  Construction – These activities include the construction phase in accordance with the contract documents and changes to the documents necessitated by differing field conditions, and oversight of the construction to ensure that the work conforms to the contract requirements.  Complete Construction – This milestone activity denotes field completion of the construction scope.  Start Up/Commissioning – Activities include testing of the various components of the work to verify that they perform as required, startup of the facilities to verify that components perform properly as systems, and final commissioning.  Post Construction Monitor – Activities include field monitoring activities and associated data analysis to assess the effectiveness of the remedial measures in meeting design and performance objectives for use in making decisions on subsequent improvement requirements. Field work may include standard SSES investigation techniques such as flow monitoring, smoke testing, CCTV inspection, and hydraulic modeling.  Placement In Service – This milestone activity denotes placement of the capital improvement into service; the exact definition varies by project type. For WWTF projects placement in service occurs after a start up/commissioning period. This holds true for large complex projects, such as major Pump Stations and storage tanks and tunnels. For typical Sanitary relief projects, placement in service coincides with complete construction. For typical I/I reduction projects, complete construction is followed by a one-year period of post construction monitoring then placement in service.  Constructed SSO Removal – This milestone activity captures the date a Constructed SSO Outfall is removed from service as documented by an MSD Overflow Modification form. Remedial requirements (elimination projects) and remedial measures may not include all of the activities listed above. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan CHAPTER 5. DEVELOPMENT OF THE SSO CONTROL MASTER PLAN Page 5-5 December 31, 2013 5.2.6 Project Activity Durations The time necessary to complete an activity varies depending on the specifics of the remedial requirement and remedial measure. The District drew upon its extensive history in project delivery to arrive at the following typical durations for each identified activity:  Preliminary – Typical duration for Preliminary Studies is 6 months.  Consultant Negotiation – Typical duration for Consultant Negotiation is 9 months.  Pre-Design – Typical duration for Pre-Design is 12 months and is used only for major/large construction scopes.  Initial Design – This is an activity start milestone with zero duration.  Design – Typical durations for Design are 12 months for design fees up to $1 million and 18 months for design fees over $1 million.  Easement/Right of Entry – Typical duration for Easement Acquisition and/or property entry rights for identification of private inflow sources is 12 months. If applicable, the following durations were added to the base duration to account for project-specific circumstances known by the District which extends the time it takes to obtain easements:  Add 6 months if condemnation is required. Should easement negotiations fail, additional procedures are required to obtain easements through the condemnation process.  Add 6 months if there are more than 50 easements needed. The higher number of easements adds to the time required to prepare and secure the easements.  Property Acquisition – Typical duration for Property Acquisition is 12 months. If applicable, the following durations were added to the base duration to account for project- specific circumstances known by the District which extends the time it takes for property acquisition:  Add 6 months if condemnation is required. Should property negotiations fail, additional procedures are required to obtain property through the condemnation process.  Add 6 months if there is a need for asbestos abatement. Additional time is needed for testing, preparation of reports, reviews/permits, and asbestos removal.  Bid/Board Approval – Typical duration for the Bidding, Award, and Board Approval process is 6 months.  Commence Construction – This is an activity start milestone with zero duration.  Construction – Typical base durations for the Construction phase are 12 months for construction costs up to $2 million, 18 months for construction costs between $2 and $10 million, and 24 months for construction costs above $10 million. If applicable, the following durations were added to a base duration to account for project-specific circumstances known by the District which extends the time it takes for construction:  Add 3 months for work predominantly in Missouri Department of Transportation (MODOT) right-of way. MODOT has additional administrative procedures to follow, including coordination; reviews, inspections and approvals; and permit requirements which add to the construction duration.  Add 3 months for significant bypass pumping requirements. Additional time is required to set up bypass pumping around the work area. Production is also slowed by the necessity to work during low flow periods during the day. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan CHAPTER 5. DEVELOPMENT OF THE SSO CONTROL MASTER PLAN Page 5-6 December 31, 2013  Add 6 months for work in predominantly residential areas. Additional time is required to implement extra safety measures, including traffic control, dust control, providing access to driveways, and temporary restoration. Public service requests are more prevalent and allowable work times are often restricted.  Add 6 months for work around major utilities. Crossing or paralleling major utilities or railroads requires additional measures to protect the integrity of the existing utility or railroad. Permits, plan reviews, and approvals add time. Diligence during construction to perform the work in a safe manner slows productivity.  Add 6 months for construction in the corporate limits of Maryland Heights and Chesterfield, and the Missouri River Subareas due to prevalence of poor soils. Poor soils slow construction production rates. Typically sheeting and shoring requirements are increased for safety and groundwater dewatering systems are required to further stabilize the soil during construction. In addition, testing requirements may be increased.  Add 6 months for construction south of Interstate 64 due to prevalence of shallow rock. Rock is more difficult to excavate and takes more time than normal soils in the area. Special ripping equipment and/or blasting may be required. Additional permitting may be required as well as limited working hours.  Add 3 months for construction with significant jack-and-bores. Jack and bores require excavation and protection of jacking and receiving pits. The pipe jacking process is significantly slower than conventional open cut construction methods.  Add 3 months for construction in known contaminated areas. Additional time is needed for regulatory coordination. Soil and groundwater testing may be needed as well as treatment and disposal requirements. These requirements slow standard production rates.  Complete Construction – This is an activity finish milestone with zero duration.  Start Up/Commissioning – Typical duration for Start Up and Commissioning is 4 months.  Post Construction Monitor – Typical duration for Post Construction Monitoring is 12 months. The duration of this activity is weather dependent. On average, 12 months would cover all four seasons and should be adequate to capture significant rain events for evaluation of I/I reduction effectiveness.  Placement In Service – This is an activity finish milestone with zero duration.  Constructed SSO Removal – This is an activity finish milestone with zero duration. The actual removal of the Constructed SSO Outfall is included as part of a construction project, or performed by MSD Operations. In situations where projects were developed beyond the conceptual stage where more information is known, the durations noted above have been modified to take into account specific project knowledge. Activity durations for large complex construction scopes, such as tunnels, were individually developed due to their unique nature. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan CHAPTER 5. DEVELOPMENT OF THE SSO CONTROL MASTER PLAN Page 5-7 December 31, 2013 5.2.7 Costs for Remedial Measures Paragraph 28 of the Consent Decree requires the Master Plan to provide estimated capital, O&M (if applicable), and present value (or present worth) costs for remedial measures and elimination projects. Such costs shall be provided in consistent, year-specific dollars. Costs of remedial measures other than elimination projects are provided in Table 5-1, below. Subtotals are given for the types of remedial measure anticipated. Costs are in June 2013 dollars. Refer to the Capacity Assurance Evaluation reports for more information regarding the remedial measures. Table 5-1 Costs for Remedial Measures Category Capital Cost Present Worth O&M Sanitary Relief $306,686,000 $308,600,000 $1,914,000 Tunnel $573,663,000 $519,750,000 $30,521,000 Storage Facility $190,461,000 $200,705,000 $10,244,000 Pump Station /Forcemain $48,326,000 $59,506,000 $11,180,000 I/I Reduction $498,370,000 $591,785,000 $93,415,000 WWTF $108,000,000 $168,646,000 $60,646,000 Total $1,725,506,000 $1,848,992,000 $207,920,000 In cases where a remedial measure contained more than one category, the cost was assigned to the predominant component. I/I reduction includes both public and private components. The O&M costs shown above represent the current value of operation and maintenance costs for a 50-year period, which are calculated as the difference between the capital cost and present worth. For the tunnel category, the present worth is reduced by the remaining value of the tunnel at year 50, halfway to its 100-year life span. Elimination projects are discussed in the next section. Capital and present worth costs are presented for the projects that eliminate Constructed SSO Outfalls in Table D-1 in Appendix D. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan CHAPTER 5. DEVELOPMENT OF THE SSO CONTROL MASTER PLAN Page 5-8 December 31, 2013 This page is blank to facilitate double sided printing. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan CHAPTER 6. REMEDIAL REQUIREMENTS (ELIMINATION PROJECTS) Page 6-1 December 31, 2013 6. REMEDIAL REQUIREMENTS (ELIMINATION PROJECTS) 6.1 Introduction The development process previously discussed resulted in the remedial requirements (elimination projects) outlined in this Master Plan, which eliminate all Constructed SSO Outfalls. Elimination Project Target Dates, used to finalize the Constructed SSO Outfall Elimination Schedule, are presented in Appendix B. MSD’s May 5, 2009 “Bypass Database” spreadsheet identified 210 Constructed SSO Outfalls in the District’s jurisdictional area. Thirteen Constructed SSO Outfalls were subsequently discovered by MSD and one (BP-252) was reclassified as a diversion to the Combined Sewer System, resulting in 12 additional and 222 total Outfalls to be removed. Early elimination projects removed the 50 Constructed SSO Outfalls listed in Appendix B of the Consent Decree (as previously reported to EPA in MSD’s 2011 and 2012 Annual Reports). Other capital projects and, in some cases, work orders performed by MSD Operations, eliminated another 22 Constructed SSO Outfalls. Plus one more Constructed SSO Outfall was determined to be an interceptor (BP-477) and was reclassified as a mislabeled Constructed SSO Outfall. As of the date of this Master Plan, there are 149 remaining Constructed SSO Outfalls. This Master Plan outlines the timetable (in 5-year periods) for elimination of these remaining Constructed SSO Outfalls in Appendix C. 6.2 Remedial Requirement (Elimination Project) Target Dates Remedial Requirement (Elimination Project) Target Dates, presented in Appendix B, were developed using Microsoft Project software, a nationally recognized program used to manage capital improvement plans. Each elimination project is comprised of a number of activities and each activity has a duration, or time component, as described in Section 5. The project activities, together with durations and relationships, were used to plan the elimination project target dates and to develop the Constructed SSO Outfall Elimination Schedule, designated as Appendix C in the Consent Decree. The following four target dates are provided for each Elimination project: 1) Initial Design 2) Commence Construction 3) Complete Construction 4) Placement in Service Additionally, the identification numbers of the eliminated Constructed SSO Outfalls are provided. The preliminary target dates listed in Appendix B are for planning coordination only, used to develop the Constructed SSO Outfall Elimination Schedule in Appendix C, and are not to be used as a detailed schedule. Additionally, dates are subject to change based on Paragraph 30 of the Consent Decree, whereby MSD may request that a numbered Constructed SSO Outfall be rescheduled from the 5-year designated grouping in the approved Master Plan, Appendix C, to a later or earlier designated 5-year grouping, provided that the total cumulative number of Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan CHAPTER 6. REMEDIAL REQUIREMENTS (ELIMINATION PROJECTS) Page 6-2 December 31, 2013 Constructed SSO Outfalls to be removed as of any date in the Master Plan Appendix C does not decrease. Dates could change due to various reasons, including but not limited to unforeseen conditions and unplanned events, such as project sequencing, acquisition of property rights and other legal requirements, utility coordination and relocation of capital projects by other municipal entities, unknown soils or other conditions, natural unknown impediments, and other similar issues. 6.2.1 Scheduling Constraints and Considerations A number of scheduling considerations were carefully examined to arrive at the proposed Elimination Project Target Dates. Consent Decree requirements were thoroughly reviewed and followed, including:  Elimination of at least 85% of the Constructed SSO Outfalls no later than December 31, 2023  The goal of eliminating all other known SSOs as expeditiously as possible  Elimination of eleven Constructed SSO Outfalls: BP-591, BP-155, BP-170, BP-348, BP-349, BP-198, BP-443, BP-545, BP-008, BP-451, and BP-621 by no later than December 31, 2023  Elimination of no more than 15% of the Constructed SSO Outfalls (excluding the eleven mentioned above) later than December 31, 2023, but only if based on a demonstration of technical need to delay the specific elimination projects. In no event shall the elimination projects be completed later than December 31, 2033. Technical need considerations include project sequencing, acquisition of property rights and other legal requirements, utility coordination and relocation of capital projects by other municipal entities, unknown soil or other conditions, natural unknown impediments, and other similar issues. Another consideration was integration of projects already included in MSD’s five-year Capital Improvement and Replacement Plan (CIRP). Many projects that are included in the SSO Control Master Plan are already in design or construction. These projects were deemed to be priorities for SSO Control Planning. The Consent Decree definition of eliminating a Constructed SSO Outfall requires that in no case shall the complete and permanent removal or permanent abandonment of a Constructed SSO Outfall be designed to create a new Constructed SSO Outfall, require the physical modification of an existing Constructed SSO Outfall, or increase the frequency or volume of discharges from an existing Constructed SSO Outfall, known SSO, or Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO). These conditions were carefully considered during elimination project and remedial measure sequencing and elimination scheduling. The Constructed SSO Outfall Elimination Schedule presented in Appendix C assumes that in cases when a post monitoring period is followed by an elimination project to remove a Constructed SSO Outfall, the Constructed SSO Outfall removal date is based on the completion of the last project in the sequence of planned projects. A number of projects are to be built in sequence. The effectiveness of a predecessor remedial measure will not be fully known without a period of post construction monitoring. Depending on preceding project effectiveness, some subsequent projects may not be necessary. Refer to the Capacity Assurance Evaluation reports for those remedial measures, representing a significant body of work. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan CHAPTER 6. REMEDIAL REQUIREMENTS (ELIMINATION PROJECTS) Page 6-3 December 31, 2013 6.2.2 Master Plan Appendix C The Consent Decree includes a format to be used for the presentation of the schedule for Constructed SSO Outfall eliminations. The table included four, five-year groupings indicating the anticipated elimination time periods for Constructed SSO Outfalls. The Constructed SSO Outfall Elimination Schedule, Table C-1 (page C-1) in Appendix C, shows that 46 Constructed SSO Outfalls are scheduled to be eliminated in the calendar year period 2014-2018. Including the 73 Constructed SSO Outfalls already removed by the District, this computes to a cumulative reduction of 54% of the 222 Constructed SSO Outfalls in the District’s jurisdictional area by 12/31/2018. Seventy Constructed SSO Outfalls are scheduled to be eliminated in the calendar year period 2019-2023. This computes to a cumulative reduction of 85% by 12/31/2023. Twenty-one Constructed SSO Outfalls are scheduled to be eliminated in the calendar year period 2024-2028. This computes to a cumulative reduction of 95% by 12/31/2028. Twelve Constructed SSO Outfalls are scheduled to be eliminated in the calendar year period 2029-2033. This computes to a cumulative reduction of 100% by 12/31/2033. The Capacity Assurance Evaluation reports identify remedial measures associated with elimination projects. It should be noted that the scheduled elimination of 70 Constructed SSO Outfalls in the period 2019-2023, of which 43 are scheduled for the year 2023, is based on the assumption that a follow-up project, if one exists, is the controlling project that removes the Constructed SSO Outfall. Depending on the effectiveness of various conceptual projects, some eliminations of Constructed SSO Outfalls may occur sooner than expected. For example, I/I reduction may reduce flows enough that a Constructed SSO Outfall could be removed and a follow-up relief sewer elimination project would need to be reevaluated. Predecessor projects typically exist as remedial measures in all of the 5-year periods and the need for certain elimination projects may need to be reevaluated based on the effectiveness of those projects. Figure 6-1 (page 6-4) graphically shows the cumulative percent removals of Constructed SSO Outfalls by 5-year periods. The graph indicates that 85% of the Constructed SSO Outfalls are removed by the Consent Decree deadline of 12/31/2023. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan CHAPTER 6. REMEDIAL REQUIREMENTS (ELIMINATION PROJECTS) Page 6-4 December 31, 2013 Figure 6-1 Cumulative Percent Constructed SSO Outfall Removal per 5-Year Period Figure 6-2 (page 6-5) graphically shows the Number of Constructed SSO Outfalls removed per 5-year period. The graph indicates that most of the removals occur in the early years of the capital program. In the first ten years of the plan, 116 Constructed SSO Outfalls are scheduled to be eliminated (in addition to the 73 previously removed by the District). The remaining 33 are eliminated in the second ten year period. 33% 54% 85% 95% 100% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 120% 2009‐2013 2014‐2018 2019‐2023 2024‐2028 2029‐2033% RemovedCumulative Percent Constructed SSO Outfall Removal per 5-Year Period Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan CHAPTER 6. REMEDIAL REQUIREMENTS (ELIMINATION PROJECTS) Page 6-5 December 31, 2013 Figure 6-2 Number of Constructed SSO Outfalls Removed per 5-Year Period 6.2.3 Remedial Requirements (Elimination Projects) Beyond 2023 In its Master Plan, MSD may propose, subject to EPA approval, to schedule the elimination of no more than 15% of the Constructed SSO Outfalls (excluding the eleven Constructed SSO Outfalls identified in Section 6.2.1 above) later than December 31, 2023, but only if based upon a demonstration of technical need to delay the specific elimination project, and in no event shall the elimination project be completed later than December 31, 2033. Technical need shall refer to project sequencing, acquisition of property rights and other legal requirements, utility coordination and relocation of capital projects by other municipal entities, unknown soil or other conditions, natural unknown impediments, and other similar issues, but shall not include financial feasibility. Table C-1 (page C-1) in Appendix C indicates that 33 Constructed SSO Outfall Eliminations (15%) extend beyond December 31, 2023. As noted above, this is allowable pursuant to the Consent Decree, if there is a technical need. Table C-2 (page C-3) in Appendix C lists each of the Constructed SSO Outfalls that are scheduled to be eliminated beyond 2023, along with the conceptual name of the project that is planned to remove each Constructed SSO Outfall and an explanation of the technical need for the extension of the elimination projects beyond 2023. In many cases, several remedial measure projects are to be constructed in order to allow for a remedial requirement project to remove a Constructed SSO Outfall. For example, it is not uncommon to first perform I/I reduction followed by a period of post-construction monitoring for determination of I/I removal effectiveness in order to remove a Constructed SSO Outfall. If I/I removal effectiveness is not adequate, then a Sanitary relief elimination project may be 73 46 70 21 12 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 2009‐2013 2014‐2018 2019‐2023 2024‐2028 2029‐2033Number RemovedNumber of Constructed SSO Outfalls Removed per 5-Year Period Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan CHAPTER 6. REMEDIAL REQUIREMENTS (ELIMINATION PROJECTS) Page 6-6 December 31, 2013 needed before the Constructed SSO outfall may be eliminated. See Table C-2 (page C-3) in Appendix C for the specific discussions on the 33 Constructed SSO Outfall Eliminations that extend beyond December 31, 2023. 6.3 Remedial Requirement (Elimination Project) Implementation The complete list of elimination projects developed by MSD to meet the requirements of the Consent Decree is presented in Appendix D. The table lists each project name, project number, Constructed SSO Outfalls removed, capital cost, present worth, and a summary of the project scope. Costs are in June 2013 dollars. Each project in Appendix D is listed in alphabetical order with a project number, Constructed SSO Outfalls removed, estimated capital and present worth costs, and a conceptual project scope. The Master Plan identifies 87 remedial requirements (elimination projects) that provide for the elimination of 149 Constructed SSO Outfalls. Projects are conceptual, based on a planning level model. Project scopes are subject to change, depending on effects from detailed design through construction management. As additional project design data become available and a design level model is developed, a project may change in a variety of ways. For example, a proposed sewer diameter or length may increase or decrease based on an updated model; a project may be repackaged, subdivided into smaller projects or merged into a larger project for bidding purposes; and a project may be renamed to better reflect its location or modified scope of work. A conceptual storage project could be modified from aboveground to belowground as more detailed engineering is performed. Changes in anticipated development or population needs may cause a project to be canceled. In addition, a project may be eliminated if post construction monitoring verifies that a follow up project is not necessary. MSD intends to make all such changes at its own engineering and technical discretion and will include detailed information regarding those projects and efforts in its annual reports pursuant to Paragraph 73 of the Consent Decree. In addition to the project scope changes described above when scheduling and implementing the elimination projects, MSD must consider the impact that certain circumstances will have on the planned schedule. In addition to the more obvious schedule impacting circumstances like prolonged or extreme weather conditions or natural disasters, management of easement acquisition durations in some instances can be one of the larger challenges on these sorts of projects. At times, MSD has experienced project delays stemming from unanticipated extra time to acquire easements and other property rights. Acquiring rights from some entities is more challenging than others, for instance railroads are not always responsive to meeting our schedule needs. Acquiring rights from other municipal or government entities does not always lend itself to the eminent domain process and most political bodies and boards have their own unique time schedules which limit MSD's ability to quickly gain approval for the acquisition. Additionally, State statutes that govern MSD's use of eminent domain place very specific time constraints on this process and further sometimes unique circumstances complicate the legal process for acquiring the needed property rights. Recently, easement negotiations with, a non- profit community trail and bike path organization has delayed our ongoing Gravois Creek Trunk Sewer projects. MSD takes extensive efforts to limit the impact that these types of delays have on project schedules but this is an area where situations are beyond MSD's control. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan CHAPTER 6. REMEDIAL REQUIREMENTS (ELIMINATION PROJECTS) Page 6-7 December 31, 2013 As previously noted, the elimination projects are complemented by predecessor remedial measure projects and together form a holistic approach to eliminate Constructed SSO Outfalls and to address SSOs and Building Backups. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan CHAPTER 6. REMEDIAL REQUIREMENTS (ELIMINATION PROJECTS) Page 6-8 December 31, 2013 This page is blank to facilitate double sided printing Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan CHAPTER 7. CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL Page 7-1 August 29, 2014 7. CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL 7.1 EPA Approval Letters On May 12, 2014, the District received a letter from the EPA dated May 5, 2014, outlining the conditions for approval of the Master Plan which was dated December 31, 2013. The EPA approved the Master Plan with the following two conditions: “The 29-page document (which was enclosed with the letter) entitled “Background Information on All Master Plan Projects” is incorporated into the Master Plan”; and “The 10-page table (which was enclosed with the letter) entitled “Projects to Eliminate Sanitary Sewer Overflows” is the approved schedule for the elimination of the SSOs and is incorporated into the Master Plan”. The letter and the documents referenced above can be found in Appendix E, Conditions of Approval. During subsequent conversations between the District and the EPA, it was decided that the last column in the “Projects to Eliminate Sanitary Sewer Overflows” table be changed from “Project Completion (no later than)” to “Elimination of Constructed SSO Outfall or Known SSO Condition (no later than)” since the actual elimination of a Constructed SSO Outfall or known SSO condition was the agreed upon definition of the term “Project Completion”. For clarification, a new letter dated June 24, 2014 and revised “Projects to Eliminate Sanitary Sewer Overflows” table from the EPA were received by the District. Pursuant to EPA’s conditional approval, the June 24th table titled “Projects to Eliminate Sanitary Sewer Overflows” has been incorporated into the Master Plan and contains the schedule for which MSD will eliminate constructed SSOs and known SSOs. The letter and the revised table can be found in Appendix F, Approved Schedule. 7.2 Progress Reporting The EPA understands that MSD may find it necessary to make changes to the approved schedule (which is contained in the table titled “Projects to Eliminate Sanitary Sewer Overflows”) or may determine that a certain project is no longer required to be completed in order to either eliminate Constructed SSOs, all known SSOs, or building backups to ensure there is adequate capacity in the sewer system, as defined in the Consent Decree. The District will apprise the EPA of their progress in executing the Master Plan by doing the following:  If MSD determines the date by which a SSO will be eliminated as set forth in the “Elimination of Constructed SSO Outfall or Known SSO Condition (no later than)” column of the table titled “Projects to Eliminate Sanitary Sewer Overflows” needs to be modified, MSD will request a change pursuant to Paragraph 30 of the Consent Decree.  Except for changes to the Elimination Dates discussed in the first bullet, MSD will report on the progress of “Projects to Eliminate Sanitary Sewer Overflows” as part of the “Background Information on All Master Plan Projects” in the Consent Decree Annual Report.  MSD will report progress on the projects in the “Background Information on All Master Plan Projects” documents as part of the Consent Decree Annual Report, including describing the Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan CHAPTER 7. CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL Page 7-2 August 29, 2014 actions taken to ensure an SSO will not occur when it is determined that a project is not required. When appropriate, MSD may include information in its annual report related to changes to project names, and material changes to project scopes. These changes do not require EPA approval. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX A December 31, 2013 APPENDIX A FLOW METERING – SANITARY TO COMBINED Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX A December 31, 2013 This page is blank to facilitate double-sided printing. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX A Page A-1 December 31, 2013 FLOW METERING – SANITARY TO COMBINED Summary Pursuant to Consent Decree Paragraph 25, a flow metering plan and a list of locations of flow meters to be installed on the Sanitary trunk sewers which convey major flow into the Combined Sewer System are included in this section of the Master Plan. The purpose of the flow metering plan is to document the trend in flows over time to demonstrate the impact elimination projects and remedial measures have on the District’s flows from the Sanitary Sewer System into the Combined Sewer System. Flow Metering Plan The District has developed a monitoring plan to concurrently measure flow level and velocity from which flow rates are calculated. The flow monitoring network will be designed, installed, operated, and maintained to provide representative data of sufficient quality to characterize the collection system responses to dry and wet weather conditions at the monitored sites. Monitoring site conditions, equipment selection and installation, equipment maintenance, and data quality assurance checks will be carried out to optimize accuracy and will conform to good engineering practices, as addressed in the following references:  EPA’s Handbook: Sewer System Infrastructure Analysis and Rehabilitation, EPA/625/6- 91/030, 1991  National Association of Sewer Service Companies Sewerage Rehabilitation Manual  Water Environment Federation Manual of Practice FD-6 – Existing Sewer Evaluation and Rehabilitation, Third Edition MSD has identified approximately 30 locations to monitor major Sanitary flow into the Combined Sewer System. An effort will be made to install meters at the confluence of the Sanitary and Combined sewers; however field conditions or data quality may dictate alternate locations. MSD will document any site changes that may occur during the metering process. The data will be reviewed and processed on a regular basis to ensure a level of quality that will allow for the evaluation of Sanitary trunk sewers which convey major flow into the Combined Sewer System and to verify that the SSO Control Master Plan projects and removals of Constructed SSO Outfalls upstream from the meters will not contribute to the increase of the frequency or volume of downstream CSOs. Site Selection Criteria GIS data, model data, and historic flow meter data were used to identify trunk sewer locations selected for flow monitoring. Meter locations were selected downstream of known SSOs. These locations allow District personnel to monitor Sanitary flows as improvements are made to the collection system and Constructed SSO Outfalls are eliminated, ensuring that wet weather flows to the Combined Sewer System are not increased. Table A-1 (page A-2) lists the flow meter sites with their respective watersheds and Wastewater Treatment Facility Service Areas. The locations are also shown geographically in Figure A-1 (page A-4). Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX A Page A-2 December 31, 2013 Table A-1 Flow Meter Locations No. WWTF Service Area Watershed Structure 1 Bissell Point Gingras Creek 13G4-0061S 2 Bissell Point Maline Creek 12E4-077S 3 Bissell Point Maline Creek 13E1-041S 4 Bissell Point Maline Relief 13F2-125C 5 Bissell Point Upper Baden 14G4-077S 6 Bissell Point Watkins - Spanish Lake 13E1-136C 7 Lemay/River Des Peres Affton 25H2-004S 8 Lemay/River Des Peres Affton 25H3-115C 9 Lemay/River Des Peres Deer Creek 19J4-037S 10 Lemay/River Des Peres Deer Creek 20J1-061S 11 Lemay/River Des Peres Deer Creek 20K1-036S 12 Lemay/River Des Peres Deer Creek 20K3-0145S 13 Lemay/River Des Peres Deer Creek 20K3-083S 14 Lemay/River Des Peres Deer Creek 21K1-165C 15 Lemay/River Des Peres Deer Creek 21K3-085S 16 Lemay/River Des Peres Deer Creek 21K3-090S 17 Lemay/River Des Peres Deer Creek 22J1-007S 18 Lemay/River Des Peres Deer Creek 22J1-019S 19 Lemay/River Des Peres Gravois Creek 26G1-083S 20 Lemay/River Des Peres Mackenzie 24H4-086S 21 Lemay/River Des Peres Mackenzie 24H4-145C 22 Lemay/River Des Peres Mackenzie 23J3-0068S 23 Lemay/River Des Peres Martigney 30G4-007S 24 Lemay/River Des Peres Shrewsbury 22J3-0005S 25 Lemay/River Des Peres Shrewsbury 23J2-0042S 26 Lemay/River Des Peres University City 17H1-093S 27 Lemay/River Des Peres University City 17J2-032S 28 Lemay/River Des Peres University City 17K1-111S 29 Lemay/River Des Peres University City 17K2-062S 30 Lemay/River Des Peres University City 17K2-159S 31 Lemay/River Des Peres University City 17K3-124S 32 Lemay/River Des Peres University City 19H1-0001S * Meter locations are subject to change pending initial field evaluation and/or ongoing review of data quality. Any meter relocation due to site conditions or bad hydraulics will be reviewed to verify that the intended flow will still be metered. If an appropriate existing site cannot be found or maintained, the construction of a metering manhole will be considered. Data Review and Quality Assurance MSD will conduct a periodic review of data via telemetry to identify any problems with the equipment or site conditions and to assure quality data capture. Site visits may be used to make adjustments to the flow meter equipment in the field and used as calibration data points during data processing. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX A Page A-3 December 31, 2013 Initially, the meter data will be processed on a quarterly basis to identify any subtle problems with the sites that cannot be seen in telemetry “snap-shots” and to determine site specific trends. As site issues are resolved and the flow characteristics become well defined, data processing will occur on a semi-annual or annual basis. Improvements and modifications to the Sanitary or Combined Sewer Systems may require meters to be moved from their original locations. Monitoring Duration Monitoring will begin at least one year prior to the anticipated start of SSO Control Master Plan projects relevant to the flow meter locations to establish baseline flows. Following construction completion of an elimination project, monitoring will continue for approximately one year to capture a typical monitoring season (March 1st through September 30th), or as sufficient to produce valid data showing no increase in Sanitary flow into the Combined system. At such time, the flow meter will be removed. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX A Page A-4 December 31, 2013 Figure A-1 Flow Meter Locations Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX B December 31, 2013 APPENDIX B – REMEDIAL REQUIREMENT (ELIMINATION PROJECT )TARGET DATES Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX B December 31, 2013 This page is blank to facilitate double-sided printing. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX B Page B-1 December 31, 2013 Table B-1 Remedial Requirement (Elimination Project) Target Dates No. Project Name Watershed Constructed SSO Outfall Eliminated Initial Design* Commence Construction* Complete Construction* Placement in Service* 1 82nd Street to I-170 Sanitary Relief (UR-08, UR-09) University City BP-421 8/31/20152/11/201911/2/20203/2/2021 2 Ayres Sanitary Relief and I/I Reduction Gravois Creek BP-361, BP-362 Prior to 12/31/20136/29/201412/15/201612/10/2017 3 BC-01 Phase III and BC-02 Phase II Sanitary Relief (I-170 to Heatherwood Dr) Deer Creek BP-003, BP-004, BP-014, BP-016 6/24/202412/6/20278/17/20318/17/2031 4 Bellefontaine #2 Sanitary Relief (Chambers Rd to Coburg Lands Dr) Maline Creek BP-287 8/10/20181/26/20217/20/20227/20/2022 5 Bissell Point I/I Reduction (BP-619) (Valley Dr) Bissell Point Subareas BP-619 Prior to 12/31/20132/17/20168/10/20178/5/2018 6 Black Creek - Haddington Court Relief Sewers Deer Creek BP-013, BP-017, BP-018, BP-151, BP-583 10/19/20199/28/20236/9/20276/9/2027 7 Bopp Sanitary Relief (SKME-611) Deer Creek BP-495 8/31/20152/16/20182/11/20192/11/2019 8 Canterbury Drive Lateral Sanitary Relief (Nelson Dr to Canterbury Dr) Bissell Point Subareas BP-612 10/29/20194/16/202210/8/202310/8/2023 9 Capilia Sanitary Relief (Grant Rd to Capilia Dr) Gravois Creek BP-370, BP-581 8/31/20172/17/20202/6/20222/6/2022 10 CC-17 Four Seasons Branch Sanitary Relief Phase II Creve Coeur Creek BP-033 Prior to 12/31/2013Prior to 12/31/20132/18/20162/18/2016 11 Claytonia Creek Sanitary Relief (Hampton Creek Trunk Sewer to Clayton Road) Deer Creek BP-605 3/20/20278/31/203011/13/203311/13/2033 *The preliminary target dates listed above are for planning coordination only, used to develop the Constructed SSO Outfall Elimination Schedule in Appendix C, and are not to be used as a schedule. Dates are subject to change based on Paragraph 30 of the Consent Decree, whereby MSD may request that a numbered Constructed SSO(s) be rescheduled from the 5-year designated grouping in the approved Master Plan, Appendix C, to a later or earlier designated 5-year grouping, provided that the total cumulative number of Constructed SSOs to be removed as of any date in the Master Plan Appendix C does not decrease. In addition, dates could change due to various issues including but not limited to unforeseen conditions and unplanned events, including such items as project sequencing, acquisition of property rights and other legal requirements, utility coordination and relocation of capital projects by other municipal entities, unknown soils or other conditions, natural unknown impediments, and other similar issues. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX B Page B-2 December 31, 2013 Table B-1 Remedial Requirement (Elimination Project) Target Dates No. Project Name Watershed Constructed SSO Outfall Eliminated Initial Design* Commence Construction* Complete Construction* Placement in Service* 12 Coldwater Sanitary Relief Section B, C & D - Section B Rehabilitation Coldwater Creek BP-091, BP-115, BP-119, BP-141, BP-144, BP-473, BP-526, BP-527 4/27/20175/15/20208/3/202211/26/2023 13 Creve Coeur Creek Sanitary Trunk Sewer Relief Phase VI (SKME-021) Creve Coeur Creek BP-036, BP037 8/31/20162/17/20198/10/20208/10/2020 14 Creve Coeur Creek Watershed Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation Creve Coeur Creek BP-039 Prior to 12/31/2013Prior to 12/31/20132/21/20142/21/2014 15 CSO - Gingras Creek and I/I Reduction (BP-059) Bissell Point Subareas BP-255, BP-256 Prior to 12/31/20135/10/20156/20/20176/20/2017 16 Dacey Branch Sanitary Relief (Bella Clare Dr to Prior Dr) Maline Creek BP-313 12/1/20185/19/202111/10/202211/10/2022 17 Dammert and Broadway Sanitary Relief (SKME-551) Martigney Creek BP-515, BP-624 Prior to 12/31/20132/11/20175/2/20195/2/2019 18 DC-02 & DC-03 Sanitary Relief (Brentwood Blvd to Conway Rd) Deer Creek BP-155, BP-170, BP-198, BP-348, BP-349, BP-545, BP-591 Prior to 12/31/20133/7/20185/10/20239/7/2023 19 DC-06 Deer Creek Sanitary Relief Phase III and I/I Reduction Deer Creek BP-471, BP-607, BP-627 Prior to 12/31/20136/24/20156/13/20176/8/2018 20 Delcrest Sanitary Relief Deer Creek BP-015, BP-094 6/20/202512/7/20275/25/20305/25/2030 21 Derhake I/I Reduction & Capri to S. Waterford Sanitary Relief Coldwater Creek BP-101, BP-102 Prior to 12/31/201312/31/20143/25/20163/20/2017 *The preliminary target dates listed above are for planning coordination only, used to develop the Constructed SSO Outfall Elimination Schedule in Appendix C, and are not to be used as a schedule. Dates are subject to change based on Paragraph 30 of the Consent Decree, whereby MSD may request that a numbered Constructed SSO(s) be rescheduled from the 5-year designated grouping in the approved Master Plan, Appendix C, to a later or earlier designated 5-year grouping, provided that the total cumulative number of Constructed SSOs to be removed as of any date in the Master Plan Appendix C does not decrease. In addition, dates could change due to various issues including but not limited to unforeseen conditions and unplanned events, including such items as project sequencing, acquisition of property rights and other legal requirements, utility coordination and relocation of capital projects by other municipal entities, unknown soils or other conditions, natural unknown impediments, and other similar issues. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX B Page B-3 December 31, 2013 Table B-1 Remedial Requirement (Elimination Project) Target Dates No. Project Name Watershed Constructed SSO Outfall Eliminated Initial Design* Commence Construction* Complete Construction* Placement in Service* 22 Dorothy Sanitary Relief (Chambers Rd to McCartney Ln) Maline Creek BP-317 3/14/20308/30/20328/25/20338/25/2033 23 Duchesne and Gott I/I Reduction Coldwater Creek BP-129 Prior to 12/31/20132/17/201611/8/201711/8/2017 24 E. Watson Sanitary Relief (Rudson Ln to Richview Dr) Gravois Creek BP-409 8/5/20181/21/20211/11/20231/11/2023 25 Elinor Ave. Temporary Sanitary Storage Facility Deer Creek BP-008 3/14/20178/31/20192/21/20212/21/2021 26 Engelholm and Park Sanitary Relief (Spencer Pl to Leadale Dr) University City BP-451, BP-621 1/28/20187/11/20217/1/20237/1/2023 27 Fee Fee Trunk Sewer Relief (SKME-002) Fee Fee Creek BP-078 8/31/20152/16/20188/10/20198/10/2019 28 FF-02 Fee Fee - Alan Shepard I-270 Sanitary Relief Phase V Fee Fee Creek BP-083, BP-511 Prior to 12/31/20135/31/20148/18/20168/18/2016 29 FF-04 Quiet Village Sanitary Relief Fee Fee Creek BP-086 8/31/20152/16/20182/6/20202/6/2020 30 FF-07 Fee Fee Creek Sanitary Relief (Meadowside Dr to Willow Brook Dr) Fee Fee Creek BP-069 3/25/20199/10/20218/31/20238/31/2023 31 FF-16 Schuetz - Meadowside to Page Sanitary Relief Fee Fee Creek BP-076 10/11/20153/29/20183/14/20213/14/2021 32 FF-18 Villadorado-Lackland-Page Sanitary Relief (Adie Rd to Villa Dorado Dr) Fee Fee Creek BP-087 10/12/20153/30/20189/15/20209/15/2020 33 Florland Sanitary Relief Phase II (N. Lindbergh Blvd to Manresa Ln) Coldwater Creek BP-116, BP-133 5/12/201910/28/20217/20/20237/20/2023 34 Forestate and Texas Sanitary Relief (SKME-513) Gravois Creek BP-389 Prior to 12/31/20134/30/201610/17/201810/17/2018 *The preliminary target dates listed above are for planning coordination only, used to develop the Constructed SSO Outfall Elimination Schedule in Appendix C, and are not to be used as a schedule. Dates are subject to change based on Paragraph 30 of the Consent Decree, whereby MSD may request that a numbered Constructed SSO(s) be rescheduled from the 5-year designated grouping in the approved Master Plan, Appendix C, to a later or earlier designated 5-year grouping, provided that the total cumulative number of Constructed SSOs to be removed as of any date in the Master Plan Appendix C does not decrease. In addition, dates could change due to various issues including but not limited to unforeseen conditions and unplanned events, including such items as project sequencing, acquisition of property rights and other legal requirements, utility coordination and relocation of capital projects by other municipal entities, unknown soils or other conditions, natural unknown impediments, and other similar issues. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX B Page B-4 December 31, 2013 Table B-1 Remedial Requirement (Elimination Project) Target Dates No. Project Name Watershed Constructed SSO Outfall Eliminated Initial Design* Commence Construction* Complete Construction* Placement in Service* 35 Forestwood Lateral Sanitary Relief (SKME-321) Maline Creek BP-281, BP-295, BP-296, BP-316, BP-322 Prior to 12/31/20138/31/20148/20/20168/20/2016 36 Galaxy I/I Reduction Fee Fee Creek BP-491 Prior to 12/31/2013Prior to 12/31/20132/20/20142/20/2014 37 GC-06 Gravois Creek to Briarstone and Gates Sanitary Relief Gravois Creek BP-610 Prior to 12/31/20136/29/20149/16/20169/16/2016 38 GC-06 Gravois Creek to Briarstone and Gates Sanitary Relief Phase II Gravois Creek BP-382 10/28/20204/16/202310/2/202510/2/2025 39 Glendale Section D Sanitary Relief Phase V (SKME-624) I/I Reduction Deer Creek BP-496 8/31/20152/16/201811/8/201911/2/2020 40 Glenway Dr Sanitary Relief (Manchester Rd to Belson Ct) Deer Creek BP-158 8/16/20262/1/20291/22/20311/22/2031 41 Grand Glaize Trunk Sanitary Relief and I/I Reduction (SKME-417) Grand Glaize Creek BP-062 Prior to 12/31/20132/17/20168/10/20178/5/2018 42 Gravois Trunk (Whitecliff to RDP) Sanitary Relief Phase IX Gravois Creek BP-599 5/7/202710/23/20291/11/20321/11/2032 43 Gravois Trunk (Whitecliff to RDP) Sanitary Relief Phase VI (SKME-521) Gravois Creek BP-588 5/30/201511/10/20181/23/20221/23/2022 44 Hermitage Sanitary Relief (SKME-615) Deer Creek BP-181, BP-333, BP-343, BP-555 2/21/20178/10/20197/30/20217/30/2021 45 Holly Drive Sewer Separation Mackenzie Creek BP-617 Prior to 12/31/20132/17/20168/10/20178/5/2018 46 Ladue Estates Sanitary Relief (Deer Creek Trunk Sewer to S Ladue Estates Dr) Deer Creek BP-183 5/1/202010/18/202210/13/202310/13/2023 *The preliminary target dates listed above are for planning coordination only, used to develop the Constructed SSO Outfall Elimination Schedule in Appendix C, and are not to be used as a schedule. Dates are subject to change based on Paragraph 30 of the Consent Decree, whereby MSD may request that a numbered Constructed SSO(s) be rescheduled from the 5-year designated grouping in the approved Master Plan, Appendix C, to a later or earlier designated 5-year grouping, provided that the total cumulative number of Constructed SSOs to be removed as of any date in the Master Plan Appendix C does not decrease. In addition, dates could change due to various issues including but not limited to unforeseen conditions and unplanned events, including such items as project sequencing, acquisition of property rights and other legal requirements, utility coordination and relocation of capital projects by other municipal entities, unknown soils or other conditions, natural unknown impediments, and other similar issues. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX B Page B-5 December 31, 2013 Table B-1 Remedial Requirement (Elimination Project) Target Dates No. Project Name Watershed Constructed SSO Outfall Eliminated Initial Design* Commence Construction* Complete Construction* Placement in Service* 47 Lang Royce Sanitary Relief (Fargo Dr to Floridale Ct) Maline Creek BP-291 6/28/201912/14/20216/7/20236/7/2023 48 Lindley Drive Sanitary Relief (I-170 to Ashmont Dr) (UR-07) University City BP-416, BP-417, BP-433, BP-476 3/15/20188/31/20208/16/20238/16/2023 49 Lower Black Creek and Hampton Creek Sanitary Relief (Deer Creek Trunk to Oxford Dr) PHASE II Deer Creek BP-634 1/26/20267/4/20309/16/20339/16/2033 50 Lynkirk Study Area I/I Reduction Grand Glaize Creek BP-216 Prior to 12/31/20132/17/20162/11/20172/6/2018 51 Marietta Sanitary Relief (Circle Dr to Florissant Rd) Maline Creek BP-292 3/13/20198/29/20215/21/20235/21/2023 52 MC-02 Watson to Edgar Rd Sanitary Relief (SKME-580A) Mackenzie Creek BP-557 7/26/20201/12/202310/3/202410/3/2024 53 McKelvey A & B Sanitary Relief Fee Fee Creek BP-068, BP-080, BP-537 Prior to 12/31/2013Prior to 12/31/20139/10/20149/10/2014 54 Mead Sanitary Relief (Landwehr Ln to Hemlock Dr) Maline Creek BP-289 5/27/201811/12/20205/6/20225/6/2022 55 Midland Sanitary Relief (Midland Blvd to Sims Ave) Coldwater Creek BP-095, BP-145 11/8/20194/26/202210/18/202310/18/2023 56 Normandie Sanitary Relief (Page Ave to Saint Charles Rock Road) University City BP-454, BP-457, BP-458 11/17/20225/5/20257/24/20277/24/2027 57 Olde English I/I Removal Mackenzie Creek BP-480 Prior to 12/31/20136/24/201512/15/201612/10/2017 58 Page to Trenton Sanitary Relief University City BP-456 Prior to 12/31/20138/22/20152/12/20172/7/2018 *The preliminary target dates listed above are for planning coordination only, used to develop the Constructed SSO Outfall Elimination Schedule in Appendix C, and are not to be used as a schedule. Dates are subject to change based on Paragraph 30 of the Consent Decree, whereby MSD may request that a numbered Constructed SSO(s) be rescheduled from the 5-year designated grouping in the approved Master Plan, Appendix C, to a later or earlier designated 5-year grouping, provided that the total cumulative number of Constructed SSOs to be removed as of any date in the Master Plan Appendix C does not decrease. In addition, dates could change due to various issues including but not limited to unforeseen conditions and unplanned events, including such items as project sequencing, acquisition of property rights and other legal requirements, utility coordination and relocation of capital projects by other municipal entities, unknown soils or other conditions, natural unknown impediments, and other similar issues. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX B Page B-6 December 31, 2013 Table B-1 Remedial Requirement (Elimination Project) Target Dates No. Project Name Watershed Constructed SSO Outfall Eliminated Initial Design* Commence Construction* Complete Construction* Placement in Service* 59 Pardee - Blackthorn - Holly I/I Reduction (Watson Rd and S Rock Hill Rd) Gravois Creek BP-631 8/31/20142/16/20178/10/20188/5/2019 60 Pickwick - Bernadine - Bimini Sanitary Relief Gravois Creek BP-401, BP-522, BP-629 Prior to 12/31/20131/12/20161/1/201812/27/2018 61 Rolens and Telegraph Sanitary Storage Martigney Creek BP-222, BP-516 8/31/20162/17/20192/12/20206/11/2020 62 S Brentwood Blvd Sanitary Relief (Daytona Dr to Walinca Terrace) Deer Creek BP-623 10/13/20204/1/20239/22/20249/22/2024 63 Selvidge Area I/I Reduction Fishpot Creek BP-056 Prior to 12/31/20132/17/20168/10/20178/10/2017 64 Sherwyn Sanitary Relief (SKME-651) and I/I Reduction Deer Creek BP-199 Prior to 12/31/20136/20/201612/12/201712/7/2018 65 Spring Ave Sanitary Relief (Yeatman Ave to Dale Ave) Deer Creek BP-440 5/2/201910/18/20214/11/20234/11/2023 66 St. George Creek Sanitary Relief (Daisy Ln to Gravois Rd to New Hampshire Ave) Gravois Creek BP-404 5/6/202010/23/20221/5/20261/5/2026 67 St. Jacques Sanitary Relief (St. Jacques St to N. Lafayette St) Coldwater Creek BP-110 11/8/20194/26/202210/18/202310/18/2023 68 Stonington Sanitary Relief (SKME-652) Deer Creek BP-166 Prior to 12/31/2013Prior to 12/31/20135/24/20155/18/2016 69 Sub-Trunk #2 Sanitary Relief (Birmingham Ct to Cove Ln) Watkins Creek BP-210, BP-211, BP-213 5/2/201910/18/20214/11/20234/11/2023 70 Sub-Trunk #3 Sanitary Relief (Muriel Dr to Jenner Ln) Watkins Creek BP-214 8/31/20152/16/20188/10/20198/10/2019 *The preliminary target dates listed above are for planning coordination only, used to develop the Constructed SSO Outfall Elimination Schedule in Appendix C, and are not to be used as a schedule. Dates are subject to change based on Paragraph 30 of the Consent Decree, whereby MSD may request that a numbered Constructed SSO(s) be rescheduled from the 5-year designated grouping in the approved Master Plan, Appendix C, to a later or earlier designated 5-year grouping, provided that the total cumulative number of Constructed SSOs to be removed as of any date in the Master Plan Appendix C does not decrease. In addition, dates could change due to various issues including but not limited to unforeseen conditions and unplanned events, including such items as project sequencing, acquisition of property rights and other legal requirements, utility coordination and relocation of capital projects by other municipal entities, unknown soils or other conditions, natural unknown impediments, and other similar issues. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX B Page B-7 December 31, 2013 Table B-1 Remedial Requirement (Elimination Project) Target Dates No. Project Name Watershed Constructed SSO Outfall Eliminated Initial Design* Commence Construction* Complete Construction* Placement in Service* 71 Taylor-Fillmore-Harrison Sanitary Relief Gravois Creek BP-385, BP-400, BP-407 Prior to 12/31/2013Prior to 12/31/20138/14/20158/14/2015 72 TM-03 Two Mile Creek Sanitary Relief (Two Mile Trunk to Firethorn Dr) Deer Creek BP-556 1/27/20207/15/20227/10/20237/10/2023 73 Tulane-Wilbur Outfall Sanitary Relief Sewer (Weber Rd to Hildesheim Ave) Mackenzie Creek BP-618 7/13/201912/29/20219/20/20239/20/2023 74 Upper Baden Sanitary Relief (Jennings Station Rd to Oakridge Blvd) Bissell Point Subareas BP-001 4/26/202110/13/20237/4/20257/4/2025 75 Upper Jeske Park Sanitary Relief (Scott Dr to Cardigan Dr) Maline Creek BP-315 1/8/20186/26/202012/18/202112/18/2021 76 Upper Maline Trunk Sanitary Relief Phase IV Section A Maline Creek BP-305 Prior to 12/31/20138/30/20145/17/20175/17/2017 77 Upper Maline Trunk Sanitary Relief Phase IV Section B Maline Creek BP-597 11/29/201511/13/20181/31/20211/31/2021 78 UR-10 Mendell and Wolter Sanitary Relief (SKME-595) University City BP-419, BP-435 Prior to 12/31/201312/6/20155/24/20185/24/2018 79 Villa Coublay Sanitary Relief Deer Creek BP-203 3/1/20208/18/20228/13/20238/13/2023 80 Vinita Drive Sanitary Relief University City BP-412 Prior to 12/31/20132/17/20168/10/20178/10/2017 81 Webster Groves Trunk E Sanitary Relief (SKME-628) Phase 2 Deer Creek BP-194, BP-578 11/8/20224/26/20251/11/20281/11/2028 82 West Lockwood Sanitary Relief Deer Creek BP-187, BP-587 12/7/20185/25/20212/14/20232/14/2023 83 Winchester Drive Lateral Sanitary Relief (Roland Blvd to Colonial Ave) Bissell Point Subareas BP-532 10/29/20194/16/202210/8/202310/8/2023 *The preliminary target dates listed above are for planning coordination only, used to develop the Constructed SSO Outfall Elimination Schedule in Appendix C, and are not to be used as a schedule. Dates are subject to change based on Paragraph 30 of the Consent Decree, whereby MSD may request that a numbered Constructed SSO(s) be rescheduled from the 5-year designated grouping in the approved Master Plan, Appendix C, to a later or earlier designated 5-year grouping, provided that the total cumulative number of Constructed SSOs to be removed as of any date in the Master Plan Appendix C does not decrease. In addition, dates could change due to various issues including but not limited to unforeseen conditions and unplanned events, including such items as project sequencing, acquisition of property rights and other legal requirements, utility coordination and relocation of capital projects by other municipal entities, unknown soils or other conditions, natural unknown impediments, and other similar issues. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX B Page B-8 December 31, 2013 Table B-1 Remedial Requirement (Elimination Project) Target Dates No. Project Name Watershed Constructed SSO Outfall Eliminated Initial Design* Commence Construction* Complete Construction* Placement in Service* 84 Wismer-Huntington Sanitary Relief (SKME-592) University City BP-426, BP-626 Prior to 12/31/20133/6/20158/27/20168/27/2016 85 Woodlawn Sanitary Relief Deer Creek BP-196 8/16/20262/1/20297/21/20317/21/2031 86 Woodson Sanitary Relief (Flora Ave to Lackland Rd) University City BP-024, BP-533, BP-534 8/29/20212/15/202411/6/202511/6/2025 87 WW-2 and WW-3 Warson Woods Sanitary Relief Deer Creek BP-156, BP-340, BP-501 12/21/20196/8/20225/23/20255/23/2025 *The preliminary target dates listed above are for planning coordination only, used to develop the Constructed SSO Outfall Elimination Schedule in Appendix C, and are not to be used as a schedule. Dates are subject to change based on Paragraph 30 of the Consent Decree, whereby MSD may request that a numbered Constructed SSO(s) be rescheduled from the 5-year designated grouping in the approved Master Plan, Appendix C, to a later or earlier designated 5-year grouping, provided that the total cumulative number of Constructed SSOs to be removed as of any date in the Master Plan Appendix C does not decrease. In addition, dates could change due to various issues including but not limited to unforeseen conditions and unplanned events, including such items as project sequencing, acquisition of property rights and other legal requirements, utility coordination and relocation of capital projects by other municipal entities, unknown soils or other conditions, natural unknown impediments, and other similar issues. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX C December 31, 2013 APPENDIX C – CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL ELIMINATION SCHEDULE Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX C December 31, 2013 This page is blank to facilitate double-sided printing. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX C Page C-1 December 31, 2013 Table C-1 Constructed SSO Outfall Elimination Schedule Eliminated 2014 - 2018 Eliminated 2019 - 2023 Eliminated 2024 - 2028 Eliminated 2029 - 2033 Line Constructed SSO Outfall # Address Watershed Constructed SSO Outfall # Address Watershed Constructed SSO Outfall # Address Watershed Constructed SSO Outfall # Address Watershed1 BP-033 94 Burning Tree Drive Creve Coeur Creek BP-008 7906 Elinore Deer Creek BP-001 4705 Upshaw Baden BP-003 36 Briarcliff Drive Deer Creek 2 BP-039 15580 Highcroft Drive Creve Coeur Creek BP-036 1593 Narrows Creve Coeur Creek BP-013 842 Louwen Drive Deer Creek BP-004 1 Cedar Crest Deer Creek 3 BP-056 607 Parker Fishpot Creek BP-037 14936 Country Ridge Drive Creve Coeur Creek BP-017 126 Pointer Lane Deer Creek BP-014 100 Mcknight Road Deer Creek 4 BP-062 704 Claymont Grand Glaize Creek BP-069 1217 Crested View Drive Fee Fee Creek BP-018 8131 Roxburgh Drive Deer Creek BP-015 614 Oakbrook Deer Creek 5 BP-068 2410 Bruno Avenue Fee Fee Creek BP-076 26 Gandy Drive Fee Fee Creek BP-024 2338 Goodale University City BP-016 14 Oakleigh Deer Creek 6 BP-080 2466 Majorlee Drive Fee Fee Creek BP-078 11623 Holly Springs Fee Fee Creek BP-151 425 Wenneker Deer Creek BP-094 899 Alanson Deer Creek 7 BP-083 107 Midland Boulevard Fee Fee Creek BP-086 11220 Trieste Drive Fee Fee Creek BP-156 801 Alexandra Drive Deer Creek BP-158 1182 Glenway Drive Deer Creek 8 BP-101 909 Wooden Drive Coldwater Creek BP-087 11749 Westport Crossing Fee Fee Creek BP-194 201 Newport Deer Creek BP-196 922 Oak Glen Manor Ct. Deer Creek 9 BP-102 1230 Waterford Road Coldwater Creek BP-091 2351 Bramble Lane Coldwater Creek BP-340 1104 Des Peres Road Deer Creek BP-317 729 Science Hill Maline Creek 10 BP-129 45 Jean Drive Coldwater Creek BP-095 2468 Chaucer Coldwater Creek BP-382 9415 Gates Manor Gravois Creek BP-599 8711 Pardee Lane Gravois Creek 11 BP-166 10405 Clayton Road Deer Creek BP-110 610 St. Marie Coldwater Creek BP-404 9400 Sterling Place Gravois Creek BP-605 22 Hillvale Deer Creek 12 BP-199 10 Sherwyn Lane Deer Creek BP-115 9 Cricket Court Coldwater Creek BP-454 7711 St. Charles Rock Road University City BP-634 7575 Oxford Deer Creek 13 BP-216 1508 Lynkirk Lane Grand Glaize Creek BP-116 600 Florland Drive Coldwater Creek BP-457 7700 Underhill Drive University City 14 BP-255 7503 Bermuda Baden BP-119 9083 Frost Avenue Coldwater Creek BP-458 7703 Underhill Drive University City 15 BP-256 7501 Belwood Baden BP-133 725 Manresa Lane Coldwater Creek BP-501 907 Warson Woods (B) Deer Creek 16 BP-281 413 Averill Avenue Maline Creek BP-141 245 Palm Drive Coldwater Creek BP-533 8914 Shawnee University City 17 BP-295 1032 Forestwood Drive Maline Creek BP-144 2 Sharon Drive Coldwater Creek BP-534 2200 Woodson University City 18 BP-296 201 Forestwood Drive Maline Creek BP-145 2529 Sims Avenue Coldwater Creek BP-557 685 Edgar Road Mackenzie Creek 19 BP-305 701 Marvin Drive Maline Creek BP-155 23 Warson Terrace Deer Creek BP-578 353 Atalanta Deer Creek 20 BP-316 818 Robert Avenue Maline Creek BP-170 10042 Conway Road Deer Creek BP-583 8435 Louwen Deer Creek 21 BP-322 820 Thatcher Avenue Maline Creek BP-181 2467 Hermitage Hill Lane Deer Creek BP-623 8024 Walinka Deer Creek 22 BP-361 1030 Ayres Drive Gravois Creek BP-183 80 Ladue Estates Drive East Deer Creek 23 BP-362 9 Banbury Court Gravois Creek BP-187 470 Belleview Deer Creek 24 BP-385 908 Taylor Avenue Gravois Creek BP-198 1324 Rock Hill Road Deer Creek 25 BP-389 8990 Laclede Station Road Gravois Creek BP-203 2 Villa Coublay Drive Deer Creek 26 BP-400 918 Ohlman Avenue Gravois Creek BP-210 1426 Bayonne Drive Watkins Creek 27 BP-401 10900 Oasis Drive Gravois Creek BP-211 1429 Crosset Drive Watkins Creek 28 BP-407 903 Harrison (South) Gravois Creek BP-213 1438 Reale Watkins Creek 29 BP-412 1933 Alert University City BP-214 11776 Talbott Court Watkins Creek 30 BP-419 8345 Buchanan University City BP-222 2560 Rolens Drive Martigney Creek 31 BP-426 9718 Flora Avenue University City BP-287 10063 Coburg Lands Drive Maline Creek 32 BP-435 8359 Madison University City BP-289 9600 Colony Drive Maline Creek 33 BP-456 1712 Uceyle University City BP-291 75 Floridale Court Maline Creek 34 BP-471 1 Windrush West Deer Creek BP-292 7669 Florissant Road Maline Creek 35 BP-480 5504 Heege Mackenzie Creek BP-313 1904 Prior Maline Creek 36 BP-491 11050 Galaxy Court Fee Fee Creek BP-315 145 Robert Avenue Maline Creek 37 BP-511 Alan Shepard WWSR Lift Station Fee Fee Creek BP-333 12 Countryside Lane Deer Creek 38 BP-522 10813 Bernadine Gravois Creek BP-343 11115 Hermitage Hill Lane Deer Creek 39 BP-537 2667 Adie Road Fee Fee Creek BP-348 24 Overbrook Lane Deer Creek 40 BP-607 10960 Langdon Way Deer Creek BP-349 25 Overbrook Lane Deer Creek 41 BP-610 11046 Wylestone Gravois Creek BP-370 7501 Capilia Drive Gravois Creek 42 BP-617 9 Holly Mackenzie Creek BP-409 10229 E. Watson Gravois Creek 43 BP-619 700 Valley Drive Mississippi River BP-416 9431 Bonhomme Woods University City 44 BP-626 9532 Minerva University City BP-417 9445 Bonhomme Woods University City 45 BP-627 26 Morwood Deer Creek BP-421 8507 Crixdale Avenue University City 46 BP-629 10809 Faraday Gravois Creek BP-433 26 Hill-N-Dale University City 47 BP-440 219 Old Orchard Deer Creek Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX C Page C-2 December 31, 2013 Table C-1 Constructed SSO Outfall Elimination Schedule Eliminated 2014 - 2018 Eliminated 2019 - 2023 Eliminated 2024 - 2028 Eliminated 2029 - 2033 Line Constructed SSO Outfall # Address Watershed Constructed SSO Outfall # Address Watershed Constructed SSO Outfall # Address Watershed Constructed SSO Outfall # Address Watershed48 BP-451 2312 Rockdale Drive University City 49 BP-473 8240 Lindbergh Blvd. Coldwater Creek 50 BP-476 17 Bon Hills Drive University City 51 BP-495 1725 Bopp Road Deer Creek 52 BP-496 937 Glenbrook Deer Creek 53 BP-515 9443 Kirchner River Des Peres 54 BP-516 2559 Rolens Martigney Creek 55 BP-526 111 Taylor Coldwater Creek 56 BP-527 8240 Lindbergh Coldwater Creek 57 BP-532 6934 Winchester Baden 58 BP-545 1100 Des Peres Drive Deer Creek 59 BP-555 11230 Hermitage Hill Deer Creek 60 BP-556 1919 Firethorn Deer Creek 61 BP-581 7500 Bull Run Gravois Creek 62 BP-587 475 West Jackson Deer Creek 63 BP-588 3650 Navajo Dr Gravois Creek 64 BP-591 10201 Lylewood Drive Deer Creek 65 BP-597 4429 Rolling Drive Maline Creek 66 BP-612 3926 Canterbury Baden 67 BP-618 9058 Rosemary Avenue River Des Peres 68 BP-621 1479 Engleholm University City 69 BP-624 104 Hans River Des Peres 70 BP-631 8651 Watson Gravois Creek Note: The Constructed SSO Outfalls highlighted in yellow are included in the group of 11 that must be eliminated by 12/31/2023 per the Consent Decree. BP-443 has already been eliminated. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX C Page C-3 December 31, 2013 Table C-2 Constructed SSO Outfall Eliminations Extending Beyond 12/31/2023 CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL ELIMINATIONS EXTENDING BEYOND 12/31/2023 Line Elimination Project Name Constructed SSO Outfall Constructed SSO Outfall Removal Period Project Sequencing Property Rights Utility Coordination Unknown Soil Technical Need to Extend Elimination of Constructed SSO Outfall Beyond 12/31/2023 1 BC-01 Phase III and BC-02 Phase II Sanitary Relief (I-170 to Heatherwood Dr) BP-003 BP-004 BP-014 BP-016 2029-2033    Project Sequencing: This project is a successor to several remedial measures and a remedial requirement elimination project which include construction of approximately 20,000 feet of 18 foot diameter storage tunnel, 10,700 feet of 8-inch to 42-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances, rehabilitation of approximately 130,000 feet of 8-inch to 30-inch sewer, and private I/I reduction for approximately 430 properties. Acquisition of Property Rights: Obtaining easements from property owners in the area has been difficult in the past. Relief sewer is through an active Country Club and Golf Course. Utility Coordination and Relocation: Both the remedial measures as well as the Elimination Projects are in predominately high density residential areas which increase utility conflicts. 2 Black Creek - Haddington Court Relief Sewers BP-013 BP-017 BP-018 BP-151 BP-583 2024-2028    Project Sequencing: This project is a successor to several remedial measures which include construction of approximately 20,000 feet of 18 foot diameter storage tunnel, rehabilitation of approximately 145,000 feet of 8 to 30-inch sewer, and private I/I reduction for approximately 450 properties. Acquisition of Property Rights: Obtaining easements from property owners in the area has been difficult in the past. Utility Coordination and Relocation: Both the remedial measures as well as the Elimination Projects are in predominately high density residential areas which increase utility conflicts. A portion of the alignment is along a 30-inch water main. 3 Claytonia Creek Sanitary Relief (Hampton Creek Trunk Sewer to Clayton Road) BP-605 2029-2033   Project Sequencing: Construction of this project is scheduled to occur at the same time as the Consolidation Sewers for the River Des Peres Tributaries CSO Tunnel, because the proposed alignment is along the same corridor as the proposed consolidation sewers. Utility Coordination and Relocation: Both the remedial measures as well as the Elimination Projects are in predominately high density residential areas which increase utility conflicts. Alignment also crosses an interstate. 4 Delcrest Sanitary Relief BP-015 BP-094 2029-2033   Project Sequencing: This project is a successor to several remedial measures and a remedial requirement elimination project which include construction of approximately 20,000 feet of 18 foot diameter storage tunnel, construction of 10,000 feet of 8-inch to 42-inch sewer and appurtenances, rehabilitation of approximately 15,000 feet of 8 to 24-inch sewer, and private I/I reduction for approximately 20 properties. Utility Coordination and Relocation: Both the remedial measures as well as the Elimination Projects are in predominately high density residential areas which increase utility conflicts. Proposed sewer alignment crosses an Interstate and is along a tight corridor with large trees and overhead power lines. 5 Dorothy Sanitary Relief (Chambers Rd to McCartney Ln) BP-317 2029-2033   Project Sequencing: This project is a successor to several remedial measures which include construction of approximately 10,040 feet of 12-inch to 30-inch sewer, removal of private defects at approximately 115 properties, and the rehabilitation of 45,000 ft of 8-inch to 21-inch sewer and appurtenances Utility Coordination and Relocation: Both the remedial measures as well as the Elimination Projects are in predominately high density residential areas which increase utility conflicts. 6 GC-06 Gravois Creek to Briarstone and Gates Sanitary Relief Phase II BP-382 2024-2028     Project Sequencing: This project is a successor to several remedial measures which include construction of approximately 8,300 feet of 8-inch to 36-inch sewer and appurtenances, rehabilitation of approximately 41,000 feet of 8-inch to 10-inch sewer, and private I/I reduction for approximately 45 properties. Acquisition of Property Rights: Alignment of proposed sewer is in close proximity to homes. Utility Coordination and Relocation: Alignment crosses a state highway. Unknown Soil: Shallow rock is anticipated. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX C Page C-4 December 31, 2013 Table C-2 Constructed SSO Outfall Eliminations Extending Beyond 12/31/2023 CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL ELIMINATIONS EXTENDING BEYOND 12/31/2023 Line Elimination Project Name Constructed SSO Outfall Constructed SSO Outfall Removal Period Project Sequencing Property Rights Utility Coordination Unknown Soil Technical Need to Extend Elimination of Constructed SSO Outfall Beyond 12/31/2023 7 Glenway Drive Sanitary Relief (Manchester Rd to Belson Ct) BP-158 2029-2033    Project Sequencing: This project is a successor to several remedial measures which include construction of approximately 11,300 feet of 12-inch to 27-inch sewer and appurtenances, rehabilitation of approximately 47,000 feet of 8-inch to 42-inch sewer, and private I/I reduction for approximately 100 properties. Utility Coordination and Relocation: Both the remedial measures as well as the Elimination Projects are in predominately high density residential areas which increase utility conflicts. Alignment also crosses a state highway. Unknown Soil: Shallow rock is anticipated. 8 Gravois Trunk (Whitecliff to RDP) Sanitary Relief Phase IX (SKME-521) BP-599 2029-2033    Project Sequencing: This project is a successor to several remedial measures which include construction of approximately 42,700 feet of 8-inch to 90-inch sewer and appurtenances. Five downstream relief projects must be done prior to construction of this relief project. Acquisition of Property Rights: Portion of proposed alignment is along privately owned, highly utilized, historical park and a public park. Easements may be challenging to obtain. Construction schedule will have to coordinate with a high volume tourist season. Unknown Soil: Shallow rock is anticipated. 9 Lower Black Creek and Hampton Creek Sanitary Relief (Deer Creek Trunk to Oxford Dr) Phase II BP-634 2029-2033    Project Sequencing: Construction of this project is scheduled to occur at the same time as the Consolidation Sewers for the River Des Peres Tributaries CSO Tunnel, because the proposed alignment is along the same corridor as the proposed consolidation sewers. Acquisition of Property Rights: Obtaining easements from property owners in the area has been difficult in the past. Utility Coordination and Relocation: Both the remedial measures as well as the Elimination Projects are in predominately high density residential areas which increase utility conflicts. Alignment also crosses an interstate. 10 MC-02 Watson to Edgar Rd Sanitary Relief (SKME-580A) BP-557 2024-2028   Project Sequencing: This project is a successor to several remedial measures which include removal of private defects at approximately 90 properties, the rehabilitation of 31,000 ft of 8-inch to 27-inch sewer and appurtenances, the repair of 962 service lateral connections, the repair of 12 mainline defects and 48 cross or parallel connections, and the rehabilitation of 287 manholes. I/I reduction followed by monitoring must be done prior to determination of the need or final sizing of this relief project. This relief project is a successor project and may not be needed to eliminate BP-557 depending on the effectiveness of I/I reduction. Utility Coordination and Relocation: Both the remedial measures as well as the Elimination Projects are in predominately high density residential areas which increase utility conflicts. 11 Normandie Sanitary Relief (Page Ave to Saint Charles Rock Road) BP-454 BP-457 BP-458 2024-2028    Project Sequencing: This project is a successor to several remedial measures which include construction of 6,600 feet of 48-inch pipe in tunnel and 1,500 feet of 8-inch to 15-inch sewer and appurtenances, rehabilitation of approximately 94,000 feet of 6-inch to 36-inch sewer, and private I/I reduction for approximately 710 properties. Acquisition of Property Rights: A significant portion of the proposed alignment is through a mature cemetery. Extreme coordination will be required to minimize disturbances. Utility Coordination and Relocation: Proposed alignment is through a major electrical corridor and through a mature cemetery. 12 S Brentwood Blvd Sanitary Relief (Daytona Dr to Walinca Terrace) BP-623 2024-2028  Project Sequencing: This project is a successor to several remedial measures and a remedial requirement elimination project which includes construction of approximately 20,000 feet of 18 foot diameter storage tunnel, rehabilitation of approximately 14,000 feet of 8 to 21-inch sewer, and private I/I reduction at approximately 45 properties. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX C Page C-5 December 31, 2013 Table C-2 Constructed SSO Outfall Eliminations Extending Beyond 12/31/2023 CONSTRUCTED SSO OUTFALL ELIMINATIONS EXTENDING BEYOND 12/31/2023 Line Elimination Project Name Constructed SSO Outfall Constructed SSO Outfall Removal Period Project Sequencing Property Rights Utility Coordination Unknown Soil Technical Need to Extend Elimination of Constructed SSO Outfall Beyond 12/31/2023 13 St. George Creek Sanitary Relief (Daisy Ln to Gravois Rd to New Hampshire Ave) BP-404 2024-2028    Project Sequencing: This project is a successor to several remedial measures which include rehabilitation of approximately 38,000 feet of 8-inch to 15-inch sewer, and private I/I reduction for approximately 260 properties. Utility Coordination and Relocation: Alignment crosses a state highway. Unknown Soil: Shallow rock is anticipated. 14 Upper Baden Sanitary Relief (Jennings Station Rd to Oakridge Blvd) BP-001 2024-2028   Project Sequencing: This project is a successor to several remedial measures which include removal of private defects at approximately 70 properties and the rehabilitation of 19,500 ft of 8-inch to 36-inch sewer and appurtenances. I/I reduction followed by monitoring must be done prior to determination of the need or final sizing of this relief project. This relief project is a successor project and may not be needed to eliminate BP-001 depending on the effectiveness of I/I reduction. Utility Coordination and Relocation: Both the remedial measures as well as the Elimination Projects are in predominately high density residential areas which increase utility conflicts. 15 Webster Groves Trunk E Sanitary Relief (SKME-628) Phase 2 BP-194 BP-578 2024-2028   Project Sequencing: This project is a successor to several remedial measures and remedial requirement elimination projects which include construction of approximately 34,100 feet of 8-inch to 36-inch sewer and appurtenances, rehabilitation of approximately 82,000 feet of 8-inch to 36-inch sewer, and private I/I reduction for approximately 460 properties. Unknown Soil: Shallow rock is anticipated. 16 Woodlawn Sanitary Relief BP-196 2029-2033   Project Sequencing: This project is a successor to several remedial measures which include construction of approximately 11,300 feet of 12-inch to 27-inch sewer and appurtenances, rehabilitation of approximately 47,000 feet of 8-inch to 42-inch sewer, and private I/I reduction for approximately 100 properties. Unknown Soil: Shallow rock is anticipated. 17 Woodson Sanitary Relief (Flora Ave to Lackland Rd) BP-024 BP-533 BP-534 2024-2028  Project Sequencing: This project is a successor to several remedial measures which include construction of approximately 5,000 feet of 12-inch to 18-inch sewer and appurtenances, rehabilitation of approximately 21,000 feet of 8-inch to 21-inch sewer, and private I/I reduction for approximately 290 properties. 18 WW-2 and WW-3 Warson Woods Sanitary Relief BP-156 BP-340 BP-501 2024-2028    Project Sequencing: This project is a successor to several remedial measures which include construction of approximately 1,700 feet of 12-inch to 15-inch sewer and appurtenances, rehabilitation of approximately 47,000 feet of 8-inch to 42-inch sewer, and private I/I reduction for approximately 100 properties. Utility Coordination and Relocation: Both the remedial measures as well as the Elimination Projects are in predominately high density residential areas which increase utility conflicts. Unknown Soil: Shallow rock is anticipated. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX C Page C-6 December 31, 2013 This page is blank to facilitate double-sided printing. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX D December 31, 2013 APPENDIX D – REMEDIAL REQUIREMENT (ELIMINATION PROJECT) LIST Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX D December 31, 2013 This page is blank to facilitate double-sided printing. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX D Page D-1 December 31, 2013 Table D-1 Remedial Requirement (Elimination Project) List No. Project Name Project Number Watershed Constructed SSO Outfall Removed Estimated Capital Cost Estimated Present Worth Conceptual Project Summary 1 82nd Street to I-170 Sanitary Relief (UR-08, UR-09) 11993 University City BP-421 $8,566,000$8,566,000Construct approximately 4,600 feet of 30-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-421. 2 Ayres Sanitary Relief and I/I Reduction 10523 Gravois Creek BP-361 BP-362 $3,570,000$4,350,000Construct approximately 3,500 feet of 8 to 12-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Rehabilitate approximately 13,000 feet of sewer. Perform 4 point repairs and 249 service lateral connection repairs. Rehabilitate 123 manholes. Perform private I/I reduction for approximately 45 properties. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfalls BP-361 and BP-362. 3 BC-01 Phase III and BC-02 Phase II Sanitary Relief (I-170 to Heatherwood Dr) 12090 Deer Creek BP-003 BP-004 BP-014 BP-016 $5,853,000$5,853,000Construct approximately 14,150 feet of 8 to 36-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfalls BP-003, BP-004, BP-014, and BP-016. 4 Bellefontaine #2 Sanitary Relief (Chambers Rd to Coburg Lands Dr) 12092 Maline Creek BP-287 $620,000$620,000Construct approximately 1,200 feet of 12-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-287. 5 Bissell Point I/I Reduction (BP-619) (Valley Dr) 11686 Bissell Point Subareas BP-619 $2,820,000$3,383,000Rehabilitate approximately 21,000 feet of 8 to 21-inch sewer. Perform 504 service lateral connection repairs. Rehabilitate 115 manholes and adjust 1 manhole to grade. Perform private I/I reduction for approximately 140 properties. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-619. Estimated costs are presented in 2013 dollars (ENR CCI index = 9542.33 for June 2013). Projects are based on a planning level model and are subject to change during final design. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX D Page D-2 December 31, 2013 Table D-1 Remedial Requirement (Elimination Project) List No. Project Name Project Number Watershed Constructed SSO Outfall Removed Estimated Capital Cost Estimated Present Worth Conceptual Project Summary 6 Black Creek - Haddington Court Relief Sewers 11847 Deer Creek BP-013 BP-017 BP-018 BP-151 BP-583 $9,310,000$9,310,000Construct approximately 9,600 feet of 8 to 42-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfalls BP-013, BP-017, BP-018, BP-151, and BP-583. 7 Bopp Sanitary Relief (SKME-611) 10537 Deer Creek BP-495 $541,000$541,000Construct approximately 1,500 feet of 15-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-495. 8 Canterbury Drive Lateral Sanitary Relief (Nelson Dr to Canterbury Dr) 12110 Bissell Point Subareas BP-612 $1,811,000$1,811,000Construct approximately 3,700 feet of 10 to 15-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-612. 9 Capilia Sanitary Relief (Grant Rd to Capilia Dr) 12111 Gravois Creek BP-370 BP-581 $1,071,000$1,071,000Construct approximately 2,900 feet of 8 to 15-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Abandon approximately 1,900 feet of 8-inch sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-370 and BP-581. 10 CC-17 Four Seasons Branch Sanitary Relief Phase II 10549 Creve Coeur Creek BP-033 $1,556,000$1,556,000Construct approximately 3,300 feet of 8 to 15-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-033. 11 Claytonia Creek Sanitary Relief (Hampton Creek Trunk Sewer to Clayton Road) 12124 Deer Creek BP-605 $6,276,000$6,276,000Construct approximately 6,900 ft of 18 to 48-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-605. Estimated costs are presented in 2013 dollars (ENR CCI index = 9542.33 for June 2013). Projects are based on a planning level model and are subject to change during final design. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX D Page D-3 December 31, 2013 Table D-1 Remedial Requirement (Elimination Project) List No. Project Name Project Number Watershed Constructed SSO Outfall Removed Estimated Capital Cost Estimated Present Worth Conceptual Project Summary 12 Coldwater Sanitary Relief Section B, C & D - Section B Rehabilitation 11724 Coldwater Creek BP-091 BP-115 BP-119 BP-141 BP-144 BP-473 BP-526 BP-527 $30,301,000$30,946,000Rehabilitate approximately 40,000 feet of 36 to 72-inch sewer. Rehabilitate 105 manholes. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfalls BP-091, BP-115, BP-119, BP-141, BP-144, BP-473, BP-526, and BP-527. 13 Creve Coeur Creek Sanitary Trunk Sewer Relief Phase VI (SKME-021) 11729 Creve Coeur Creek BP-036 BP037 $1,319,000$1,319,000Construct approximately 3,500 feet of 18-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Remove Constructed SSO Outfalls BP-036 and BP-037. 14 Creve Coeur Creek Watershed Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation 10568 Creve Coeur Creek BP-039 $190,000$190,000Rehabilitate approximately 10 laterals, disconnect 2 roof drains, and disconnect 41 area drains. 15 CSO - Gingras Creek and I/I Reduction (BP-059) 11730 Bissell Point Subareas BP-255 BP-256 $6,740,000$6,740,000Construct approximately 680 feet of 8 to 60-inch sanitary sewer, 6,700 feet of 15 to 48-inch combined sewer, and 450 feet of 12 to 30-inch storm sewer and appurtenances. Rehabilitate approximately 900 feet of 12-inch sewer. Abandon and fill approximately 3,600 feet of 6 to 27-inch existing sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate interceptor I-158 and CSO outfall BP-059 and Constructed SSO Outfalls BP-255 and BP-256. Estimated costs are presented in 2013 dollars (ENR CCI index = 9542.33 for June 2013). Projects are based on a planning level model and are subject to change during final design. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX D Page D-4 December 31, 2013 Table D-1 Remedial Requirement (Elimination Project) List No. Project Name Project Number Watershed Constructed SSO Outfall Removed Estimated Capital Cost Estimated Present Worth Conceptual Project Summary 16 Dacey Branch Sanitary Relief (Bella Clare Dr to Prior Dr) 12142 Maline Creek BP-313 $2,012,000$2,012,000Construct approximately 4,600 feet 15-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-313. 17 Dammert and Broadway Sanitary Relief (SKME-551) 11155 Martigney Creek BP-515 BP-624 $5,196,000$5,202,000Construct approximately 9,700 feet of 8 to 24-inch sanitary sewer and 120 feet of 12-inch storm sewer and appurtenances. Rehabilitate approximately 13,000 feet of 8 to 24-inch sewer. Abandon approximately 3,000 feet of 8 to 33-inch sewer. Perform 7 point repairs and 305 service lateral connection repairs. Rehabilitate 36 manholes and adjust 4 manholes to grade. Perform private I/I reduction for approximately 320 properties. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfalls BP-515 and BP-624. 18 DC-02 & DC-03 Sanitary Relief (Brentwood Blvd to Conway Rd) 10021 Deer Creek BP-155 BP-170 BP-198 BP-348 BP-349 BP-545 BP-591 $41,519,000$41,159,000Construct approximately 30,000 feet of 12 to 78-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfalls BP-155, BP-170, BP-198, BP-348, BP-349, BP-545, and BP-591. Estimated costs are presented in 2013 dollars (ENR CCI index = 9542.33 for June 2013). Projects are based on a planning level model and are subject to change during final design. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX D Page D-5 December 31, 2013 Table D-1 Remedial Requirement (Elimination Project) List No. Project Name Project Number Watershed Constructed SSO Outfall Removed Estimated Capital Cost Estimated Present Worth Conceptual Project Summary 19 DC-06 Deer Creek Sanitary Relief Phase III and I/I Reduction 10576 Deer Creek BP-471 BP-607 BP-627 $4,701,000$6,375,000Construct approximately 3,000 feet of 8 to 15-inch sanitary sewer and approximately 140 feet of 12-inch storm sewer and appurtenances. Rehabilitate approximately 25,000 feet of 8 to 30-inch sewers. Perform 3 point repairs and 385 service lateral connection repairs. Rehabilitate 264 manholes. Perform private I/I reduction for approximately 35 properties. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfalls BP-471, BP-607, and BP-627. 20 Delcrest Sanitary Relief 11833 Deer Creek BP-015 BP-094 $2,605,000$2,605,000Construct approximately 4,100 feet of 8 to 12-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfalls BP-015 and BP-094. 21 Derhake I/I Reduction & Capri to S. Waterford Sanitary Relief 11736 Coldwater Creek BP-101 BP-102 $1,738,000$2,099,000Rehabilitate approximately 14,000 feet of 8 to 54-inch sewer. Perform 4 point repairs and 324 service lateral connection repairs. Rehabilitate 67 manholes and adjust 4 manholes to grade. Perform private I/I reduction for approximately 25 properties. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfalls BP-101 and BP-102. 22 Dorothy Sanitary Relief (Chambers Rd to McCartney Ln) 12149 Maline Creek BP-317 $714,000$714,000Construct approximately 2,000 feet of 12-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-317. Estimated costs are presented in 2013 dollars (ENR CCI index = 9542.33 for June 2013). Projects are based on a planning level model and are subject to change during final design. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX D Page D-6 December 31, 2013 Table D-1 Remedial Requirement (Elimination Project) List No. Project Name Project Number Watershed Constructed SSO Outfall Removed Estimated Capital Cost Estimated Present Worth Conceptual Project Summary 23 Duchesne and Gott I/I Reduction 11739 Coldwater Creek BP-129 $1,259,000$1,391,000Construct approximately 1,200 feet of 10 to 12-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Rehabilitate approximately 5,700 feet of 8 to 36-inch sewer. Perform 125 service lateral connection repairs. Rehabilitate 24 manholes and adjust 2 manholes to grade. Perform private I/I reduction for approximately 40 properties. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-129. 24 E. Watson Sanitary Relief (Rudson Ln to Richview Dr) 12152 Gravois Creek BP-409 $1,021,000$1,021,000Construct approximately 2,400 feet of 12-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-409. 25 Elinor Ave. Temporary Sanitary Storage Facility 12161 Deer Creek BP-008 $956,000$956,000Construct approximately 600 feet of 84-inch sewer and appurtenances in order to provide approximately 150,000 gallons of temporary storage. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-008. 26 Engelholm and Park Sanitary Relief (Spencer Pl to Leadale Dr) 12163 University City BP-451 BP-621 $6,920,000$6,920,000Construct approximately 12,700 feet of 12 to 36-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfalls BP-451 and BP-621. 27 Fee Fee Trunk Sewer Relief (SKME-002) 11745 Fee Fee Creek BP-078 $1,246,000$1,246,000Construct approximately 3,100 feet of 18-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-078. Estimated costs are presented in 2013 dollars (ENR CCI index = 9542.33 for June 2013). Projects are based on a planning level model and are subject to change during final design. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX D Page D-7 December 31, 2013 Table D-1 Remedial Requirement (Elimination Project) List No. Project Name Project Number Watershed Constructed SSO Outfall Removed Estimated Capital Cost Estimated Present Worth Conceptual Project Summary 28 FF-02 Fee Fee - Alan Shepard I-270 Sanitary Relief Phase V 10600 Fee Fee Creek BP-083 BP-511 $1,840,000$1,840,000Construct approximately 2,400 feet of 30 to 36-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Abandon and fill the existing 24-inch sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfalls BP-083 and BP-511. 29 FF-04 Quiet Village Sanitary Relief 11747 Fee Fee Creek BP-086 $1,664,000$1,664,000Construct approximately 2,900 feet of 12-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-086. 30 FF-07 Fee Fee Creek Sanitary Relief (Meadowside Dr to Willow Brook Dr) 10012 Fee Fee Creek BP-069 $2,052,000$2,052,000Construct approximately 4,900 feet of 15 to 21-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-069. 31 FF-16 Schuetz - Meadowside to Page Sanitary Relief 10601 Fee Fee Creek BP-076 $4,250,000$4,250,000Construct approximately 9,500 feet of 21 to 24-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-076. 32 FF-18 Villadorado-Lackland-Page Sanitary Relief (Adie Rd to Villa Dorado Dr) 10018 Fee Fee Creek BP-087 $4,524,000$4,524,000Construct approximately 5,300 feet of 30-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-087. 33 Florland Sanitary Relief Phase II (N. Lindbergh Blvd to Manresa Ln) 12179 Coldwater Creek BP-116 BP-133 $1,115,000$1,115,000Construct approximately 2,000 feet of 18 to 24-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfalls BP-116 and BP-133. Estimated costs are presented in 2013 dollars (ENR CCI index = 9542.33 for June 2013). Projects are based on a planning level model and are subject to change during final design. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX D Page D-8 December 31, 2013 Table D-1 Remedial Requirement (Elimination Project) List No. Project Name Project Number Watershed Constructed SSO Outfall Removed Estimated Capital Cost Estimated Present Worth Conceptual Project Summary 34 Forestate and Texas Sanitary Relief (SKME-513) 11750 Gravois Creek BP-389 $3,508,000$4,175,000Construct approximately 2,500 feet of 15-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Rehabilitate approximately 13,000 feet of 8 to 24-inch sewer. Perform 5 point repairs and 159 service lateral connection repairs. Abandon and fill approximately 2,100 feet of 10-inch existing sewer and appurtenances. Construct one triple storm inlet. Rehabilitate 106 manholes. Perform private I/I reduction for approximately 60 properties. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-389. 35 Forestwood Lateral Sanitary Relief (SKME-321) 10440 Maline Creek BP-281 BP-295 BP-296 BP-316 BP-322 $2,824,000$2,824,000Construct approximately 6,500 feet of 12 to 24-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfalls BP-281, BP-295, BP-296, BP-316, and BP-322. 36 Galaxy I/I Reduction 10610 Fee Fee Creek BP-491 $800,000$800,000Rehabilitate approximately 7,000 feet of sewer, 100 manholes, and connections, to enable removal of BP-491. 37 GC-06 Gravois Creek to Briarstone and Gates Sanitary Relief 10611 Gravois Creek BP-610 $5,010,000$5,010,000Construct approximately 8,300 feet of 8 to 36-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Abandon and fill approximately 5,800 feet of existing 8 to 24-inch existing sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-610. Estimated costs are presented in 2013 dollars (ENR CCI index = 9542.33 for June 2013). Projects are based on a planning level model and are subject to change during final design. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX D Page D-9 December 31, 2013 Table D-1 Remedial Requirement (Elimination Project) List No. Project Name Project Number Watershed Constructed SSO Outfall Removed Estimated Capital Cost Estimated Present Worth Conceptual Project Summary 38 GC-06 Gravois Creek to Briarstone and Gates Sanitary Relief Phase II 12157 Gravois Creek BP-382 $1,917,000$1,917,000Construct approximately 4,700 feet of 12 to 18-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-382. 39 Glendale Section D Sanitary Relief Phase V (SKME-624) I/I Reduction 10458 Deer Creek BP-496 $555,000$555,000Construction of storm sewers and appurtenances in order to facilitate removal of cost effective area drains for approximately 50 properties. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-496. 40 Glenway Dr Sanitary Relief (Manchester Rd to Belson Ct) 12267 Deer Creek BP-158 $2,367,000$2,367,000Construct approximately 5,200 feet of 8 to 15-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-158. 41 Grand Glaize Trunk Sanitary Relief and I/I Reduction (SKME-417) 11765 Grand Glaize Creek BP-062 $3,360,000$4,123,000Construct approximately 420 feet of 8-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Rehabilitate approximately 27,000 feet of 8 to 24-inch sewer. Perform 4 point repairs and 403 service lateral connection repairs. Rehabilitate 124 manholes. Perform private I/I reduction for approximately 20 properties. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-062. Estimated costs are presented in 2013 dollars (ENR CCI index = 9542.33 for June 2013). Projects are based on a planning level model and are subject to change during final design. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX D Page D-10 December 31, 2013 Table D-1 Remedial Requirement (Elimination Project) List No. Project Name Project Number Watershed Constructed SSO Outfall Removed Estimated Capital Cost Estimated Present Worth Conceptual Project Summary 42 Gravois Trunk (Whitecliff to RDP) Sanitary Relief Phase IX 12285 Gravois Creek BP-599 $4,755,000$4,755,000Construct approximately 4,800 feet of 8 to 54-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Abandon and fill approximately 4,700 feet of existing 36 to 42-inch sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-599. 43 Gravois Trunk (Whitecliff to RDP) Sanitary Relief Phase VI (SKME-521) 11766 Gravois Creek BP-588 $25,565,000$25,565,000Construct approximately 16,000 feet of 8 to 72-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Abandon and fill approximately 13,800 feet of existing 8 to 60-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-588. 44 Hermitage Sanitary Relief (SKME-615) 10863 Deer Creek BP-181 BP-333 BP-343 BP-555 $1,163,000$1,163,000Construct approximately 3,700 feet of 12-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfalls BP-181, BP-333, BP-343, and BP-555. 45 Holly Drive Sewer Separation 11097 Mackenzie Creek BP-617 $1,557,000$1,617,000Construct approximately 280 feet of 8-inch sanitary sewer and 2,000 feet of 12 to 15-inch storm sewer and appurtenances. Rehabilitate approximately 1,900 feet of 8 to 15-inch sewer. Perform 1 point repair and 34 service lateral connection repairs. Rehabilitate 5 manholes. Perform private I/I reduction for approximately 45 properties. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-617. Estimated costs are presented in 2013 dollars (ENR CCI index = 9542.33 for June 2013). Projects are based on a planning level model and are subject to change during final design. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX D Page D-11 December 31, 2013 Table D-1 Remedial Requirement (Elimination Project) List No. Project Name Project Number Watershed Constructed SSO Outfall Removed Estimated Capital Cost Estimated Present Worth Conceptual Project Summary 46 Ladue Estates Sanitary Relief (Deer Creek Trunk Sewer to S Ladue Estates Dr) 12319 Deer Creek BP-183 $276,000$276,000Construct approximately 720 feet of 12-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-183. 47 Lang Royce Sanitary Relief (Fargo Dr to Floridale Ct) 12325 Maline Creek BP-291 $359,000$359,000Construct approximately 1,000 feet of 12-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-291. 48 Lindley Drive Sanitary Relief (I-170 to Ashmont Dr) (UR-07) 12329 University City BP-416 BP-417 BP-433 BP-476 $2,735,000$2,735,000Construct approximately 7,500 feet of 12 to 21-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfalls BP-416, BP-417, BP-433, and BP-476. 49 Lower Black Creek and Hampton Creek Sanitary Relief (Deer Creek Trunk to Oxford Dr) Phase II 12334 Deer Creek BP-634 $15,355,000$15,355,000Construct approximately 7,960 feet of 30 to 54-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Construct approximately 710 feet of 36-inch Pipe-in-Tunnel under I-64. Re-construct existing channel in a new 30-feet wide channel. Construct 235 feet of 48-inch by 66-inch sanitary box culvert, including chambers, under Black Creek. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-634. Estimated costs are presented in 2013 dollars (ENR CCI index = 9542.33 for June 2013). Projects are based on a planning level model and are subject to change during final design. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX D Page D-12 December 31, 2013 Table D-1 Remedial Requirement (Elimination Project) List No. Project Name Project Number Watershed Constructed SSO Outfall Removed Estimated Capital Cost Estimated Present Worth Conceptual Project Summary 50 Lynkirk Study Area I/I Reduction 11651 Grand Glaize Creek BP-216 $1,203,000$1,504,000Construct approximately 110 feet of 8-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Rehabilitate approximately 10,000 feet of 8 to 12-inch sewer. Perform 5 point repairs and 123 service lateral connection repairs. Rehabilitate 50 manholes. Perform private I/I reduction for approximately 20 properties. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-216. 51 Marietta Sanitary Relief (Circle Dr to Florissant Rd) 12341 Maline Creek BP-292 $365,000$365,000Construct approximately 770 feet 12-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-292. 52 MC-02 Watson to Edgar Rd Sanitary Relief (SKME-580A) 10024 Mackenzie Creek BP-557 $5,459,000$5,459,000Construct approximately 7,000 feet of 8 to 36-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-557. 53 McKelvey A & B Sanitary Relief 10163 Fee Fee Creek BP-068 BP-080 BP-537 $3,300,000$3,300,000Construct 7,500 feet of 18-inch to 21-inch diameter sanitary relief sewers, rehab 31 laterals, disconnect 8 roof drains, 43 areas drains, & 9 sump pumps. Eliminate Constructed SSOs Outfalls BP-068, BP-080, and BP-537. 54 Mead Sanitary Relief (Landwehr Ln to Hemlock Dr) 12349 Maline Creek BP-289 $272,000$272,000Replace approximately 690 feet of 10-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-289. Estimated costs are presented in 2013 dollars (ENR CCI index = 9542.33 for June 2013). Projects are based on a planning level model and are subject to change during final design. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX D Page D-13 December 31, 2013 Table D-1 Remedial Requirement (Elimination Project) List No. Project Name Project Number Watershed Constructed SSO Outfall Removed Estimated Capital Cost Estimated Present Worth Conceptual Project Summary 55 Midland Sanitary Relief (Midland Blvd to Sims Ave) 12352 Coldwater Creek BP-095 BP-145 $1,591,000$1,591,000Construct approximately 2,800 feet of 21-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfalls BP-095 and BP-145. 56 Normandie Sanitary Relief (Page Ave to Saint Charles Rock Road) 12360 University City BP-454 BP-457 BP-458 $3,666,000$3,666,000Construct approximately 8,600 feet of 24-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfalls BP-454, BP-457, and BP-458. 57 Olde English I/I Removal 11695 Mackenzie Creek BP-480 $5,470,000$6,657,000Construct approximately 10 feet of 21-inch sanitary sewer and approximately 160 feet of 15-inch storm sewer and appurtenances. Rehabilitate approximately 46,000 feet of 8 to 27-inch sewer. Perform 2 point repairs and 966 service lateral connection repairs. Rehabilitate 274 manholes and adjust 61 manholes to grade. Perform private I/I reduction for approximately 160 properties. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-480. Estimated costs are presented in 2013 dollars (ENR CCI index = 9542.33 for June 2013). Projects are based on a planning level model and are subject to change during final design. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX D Page D-14 December 31, 2013 Table D-1 Remedial Requirement (Elimination Project) List No. Project Name Project Number Watershed Constructed SSO Outfall Removed Estimated Capital Cost Estimated Present Worth Conceptual Project Summary 58 Page to Trenton Sanitary Relief 11697 University City BP-456 $1,979,000$2,292,000Construct approximately 640 feet of 8 to 48-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances in order to provide in-line temporary storage. Rehabilitate approximately 8,200 feet of 8 to 12 sewer. Perform 2 point repairs and 118 service lateral connection repairs. Rehabilitate 45 manholes. Perform private I/I reduction for approximately 60 properties. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-456. 59 Pardee - Blackthorn - Holly I/I Reduction (Watson Rd and S Rock Hill Rd) 11989 Gravois Creek BP-631 $3,191,000$3,775,000Construct approximately 900 feet of 8-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Rehabilitate approximately 9,000 feet of 8-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Perform 5 point repairs and 134 service lateral connection repairs. Repair 16 cross or parallel connections and 21 mainline defects. Rehabilitate 95 manholes. Perform private I/I reduction for approximately 60 properties. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-631. Estimated costs are presented in 2013 dollars (ENR CCI index = 9542.33 for June 2013). Projects are based on a planning level model and are subject to change during final design. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX D Page D-15 December 31, 2013 Table D-1 Remedial Requirement (Elimination Project) List No. Project Name Project Number Watershed Constructed SSO Outfall Removed Estimated Capital Cost Estimated Present Worth Conceptual Project Summary 60 Pickwick - Bernadine - Bimini Sanitary Relief 11698 Gravois Creek BP-401 BP-522 BP-629 $6,097,000$7,551,000Construct approximately 3,100 feet of 8 to 18-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Rehabilitate approximately 40,000 feet of 8 to 27-inch sewer. Perform 3 point repairs and 720 service lateral connection repairs. Rehabilitate 268 manholes. Perform I/I reduction for approximately 80 properties. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfalls BP-401, BP-522, and BP-629. 61 Rolens and Telegraph Sanitary Storage 11919 Martigney Creek BP-222 BP-516 $880,000$880,000Construct approximately 220 feet of 8 to 10-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Construct approximately 500 feet of 60-inch pipe in order to provide approximately 70,000 gallons of temporary storage. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfalls BP-222 and BP-516. 62 S Brentwood Blvd Sanitary Relief (Daytona Dr to Walinca Terrace) 12195 Deer Creek BP-623 $716,000$716,000Construct approximately 1,400 feet of 12-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-623. 63 Selvidge Area I/I Reduction 11665 Fishpot Creek BP-056 $568,000$641,000Construct approximately 440 feet of 12-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Rehabilitate approximately 3,600 feet of 8 to 12-inch sewer. Perform 56 service lateral connection repairs. Rehabilitate 11 manholes. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-056. Estimated costs are presented in 2013 dollars (ENR CCI index = 9542.33 for June 2013). Projects are based on a planning level model and are subject to change during final design. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX D Page D-16 December 31, 2013 Table D-1 Remedial Requirement (Elimination Project) List No. Project Name Project Number Watershed Constructed SSO Outfall Removed Estimated Capital Cost Estimated Present Worth Conceptual Project Summary 64 Sherwyn Sanitary Relief (SKME-651) and I/I Reduction 10754 Deer Creek BP-199 $5,258,000$7,130,000Construct approximately 1,200 feet of 12-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Rehabilitate approximately 33,000 feet of 8 to 42-inch sewer. Perform 360 service lateral connection repairs. Rehabilitate 307 manholes. Perform private I/I reduction for approximately 310 properties. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-199. 65 Spring Ave Sanitary Relief (Yeatman Ave to Dale Ave) 12208 Deer Creek BP-440 $1,184,000$1,184,000Construct approximately 2,300 feet of 15-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-440. 66 St. George Creek Sanitary Relief (Daisy Ln to Gravois Rd to New Hampshire Ave) 12212 Gravois Creek BP-404 $2,786,000$2,786,000Construct approximately 4,500 feet of 18 to 21-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-404. 67 St. Jacques Sanitary Relief (St. Jacques St to N. Lafayette St) 12213 Coldwater Creek BP-110 $641,000$641,000Construct approximately 1,300 feet of 12-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-110. 68 Stonington Sanitary Relief (SKME-652) 10185 Deer Creek BP-166 $1,867,000$1,867,000Construct approximately 3,300 feet of 8 to 15-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-166. Estimated costs are presented in 2013 dollars (ENR CCI index = 9542.33 for June 2013). Projects are based on a planning level model and are subject to change during final design. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX D Page D-17 December 31, 2013 Table D-1 Remedial Requirement (Elimination Project) List No. Project Name Project Number Watershed Constructed SSO Outfall Removed Estimated Capital Cost Estimated Present Worth Conceptual Project Summary 69 Sub-Trunk #2 Sanitary Relief (Birmingham Ct to Cove Ln) 12221 Watkins Creek BP-210 BP-211 BP-213 $1,283,000$1,283,000Construct approximately 3,500 feet of 15-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfalls BP-210, BP-211, and BP-213. 70 Sub-Trunk #3 Sanitary Relief (Muriel Dr to Jenner Ln) 11669 Watkins Creek BP-214 $2,287,000$2,287,000Construct approximately 5,600 feet of 12 to 18-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-214. 71 Taylor-Fillmore-Harrison Sanitary Relief 10121 Gravois Creek BP-385 BP-400 BP-407 $3,400,000$3,400,000Construct 6,115 feet of 8-inch to 30-inch diameter sanitary sewer. Three constructed SSOs: BP-385, BP-400, and BP-407 are to be removed. 72 TM-03 Two Mile Creek Sanitary Relief (Two Mile Trunk to Firethorn Dr) 12232 Deer Creek BP-556 $105,000$105,000Construct approximately 300 feet of 15-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-556. 73 Tulane-Wilbur Outfall Sanitary Relief Sewer (Weber Rd to Hildesheim Ave) 12239 Mackenzie Creek BP-618 $3,260,000$3,260,000Construct approximately 4,400 feet of 18-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-618. 74 Upper Baden Sanitary Relief (Jennings Station Rd to Oakridge Blvd) 12241 Bissell Point Subareas BP-001 $1,404,000$1,404,000Construct approximately 2,700 feet of 12 to 15-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-001. Estimated costs are presented in 2013 dollars (ENR CCI index = 9542.33 for June 2013). Projects are based on a planning level model and are subject to change during final design. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX D Page D-18 December 31, 2013 Table D-1 Remedial Requirement (Elimination Project) List No. Project Name Project Number Watershed Constructed SSO Outfall Removed Estimated Capital Cost Estimated Present Worth Conceptual Project Summary 75 Upper Jeske Park Sanitary Relief (Scott Dr to Cardigan Dr) 12243 Maline Creek BP-315 $449,000$449,000Construct approximately 1,200 feet of 12-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-315. 76 Upper Maline Trunk Sanitary Relief Phase IV Section A 10026 Maline Creek BP-305 $11,344,000$11,344,000Construct approximately 7,500 feet of 8 to 48-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Decommission and abandon existing pump station P-766 and associated forcemain. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-305. 77 Upper Maline Trunk Sanitary Relief Phase IV Section B 11791 Maline Creek BP-597 $7,463,000$7,463,000Construct approximately 6,400 feet of 10 to 42-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Remove Constructed SSO Outfall BP-597. 78 UR-10 Mendell and Wolter Sanitary Relief (SKME-595) 10027 University City BP-419 BP-435 $4,700,000$4,823,000Construct approximately 9,700 feet of 8 to 30-inch diameter sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Rehabilitate approximately 6,000 feet of 8 to 18-inch sewer. Perform 131 service lateral connection repairs. Rehabilitate 32 manholes. Perform I/I reduction for approximately 170 properties. Eliminate interceptors I-137 and I-136 and CSO outfalls L-100 and L-101 and Constructed SSO Outfalls BP-419 and BP-435. 79 Villa Coublay Sanitary Relief 11676 Deer Creek BP-203 $366,000$366,000Construct approximately 720 feet of 12-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-203. Estimated costs are presented in 2013 dollars (ENR CCI index = 9542.33 for June 2013). Projects are based on a planning level model and are subject to change during final design. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX D Page D-19 December 31, 2013 Table D-1 Remedial Requirement (Elimination Project) List No. Project Name Project Number Watershed Constructed SSO Outfall Removed Estimated Capital Cost Estimated Present Worth Conceptual Project Summary 80 Vinita Drive Sanitary Relief 11089 University City BP-412 $400,000$400,000Construct approximately 670 feet of 12-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-412. 81 Webster Groves Trunk E Sanitary Relief (SKME-628) Phase 2 12276 Deer Creek BP-194 BP-578 $3,083,000$3,083,000Construct approximately 7,000 feet of 8 to 42-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfalls BP-194 and BP-578. 82 West Lockwood Sanitary Relief 11679 Deer Creek BP-187 BP-587 $1,130,000$1,130,000Construct approximately 2,700 feet of 12 to 24-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfalls BP-187 and BP-587. 83 Winchester Drive Lateral Sanitary Relief (Roland Blvd to Colonial Ave) 12289 Bissell Point Subareas BP-532 $668,000$668,000Construct approximately 1,300 feet of 10 to 15-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-532. 84 Wismer-Huntington Sanitary Relief (SKME-592) 11108 University City BP-426 BP-626 $1,295,000$1,295,000Construct approximately 2,500 feet of 12 to 21-inch sanitary sewers and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfalls BP-426 and BP-626. 85 Woodlawn Sanitary Relief 11692 Deer Creek BP-196 $2,591,000$2,591,000Construct approximately 3,200 feet of 12 to 15-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfall BP-196. 86 Woodson Sanitary Relief (Flora Ave to Lackland Rd) 12200 University City BP-024 BP-533 BP-534 $2,098,000$2,098,000Construct approximately 3,800 feet of 15 to 24-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfalls BP-024, BP-533, and BP-534. Estimated costs are presented in 2013 dollars (ENR CCI index = 9542.33 for June 2013). Projects are based on a planning level model and are subject to change during final design. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX D Page D-20 December 31, 2013 Table D-1 Remedial Requirement (Elimination Project) List No. Project Name Project Number Watershed Constructed SSO Outfall Removed Estimated Capital Cost Estimated Present Worth Conceptual Project Summary 87 WW-2 and WW-3 Warson Woods Sanitary Relief 12302 Deer Creek BP-156 BP-340 BP-501 $3,718,000$3,718,000Construct approximately 9,600 feet of 12 to 27-inch sanitary sewer and appurtenances. Eliminate Constructed SSO Outfalls BP-156, BP-340, and BP-501. Total$335,519,000$346,717,000 Estimated costs are presented in 2013 dollars (ENR CCI index = 9542.33 for June 2013). Projects are based on a planning level model and are subject to change during final design. Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX E August 29, 2014 APPENDIX E – CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District SSO Control Master Plan APPENDIX E August 29, 2014 This page is blank to facilitate double-sided printing. 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