N3 Sewers: Project Update 6.16.17

Information from John Saputo, Const. Proj. Mgr.

 

Phillippi Creek Septic System Replacement Program Area N3

The Phillippi Creek Septic System Replacement Program (PCSSRP) was developed in 2000 to protect public health and to improve water quality in Phillippi Creek by replacing individual septic systems and small private package waste water plants in many Sarasota County neighborhoods with central sewer service. Over 15,000 septic tanks will be replaced over the life of the project.

Approximately 200 residents will be connecting to central sewer in Area N3.  Area N3 is being designed as a hybrid gravity sewer system with two standard lift stations and two smaller lift stations within the project area. Homeowners will connect to the central sewer system using a conventional gravity lateral rather than maintaining individual low pressure units on each property as originally planned.

Award of the construction contract was April 25, 2017 to Spectrum Underground. The construction Notice to Proceed was given on May 23, 2017. Construction is slated to begin in late June. Completion of the project is scheduled for March of 2018.

Expect to see evidence of Survey Crews in the area over the next two weeks establishing Right of Way lines and property boundaries. The first signs of construction will be the directional drilling of forcemains for the North and South Seclusion Roads; that work should also be scheduled within the next couple of weeks.

(ed. note: Mr. Saputo has indicated that we can expect these update/advisories throughout the construction process.  Door hangers and roadway signage will also be provided as necessary.)

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