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Radium Springs Rehab Project
The Radium Springs water system improvement project is currently finalizing the requirements from the funding agency and final design. The funding for the project is from United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). The project includes a new booster station, rehabilitation of both existing water storage tanks, over 50 new fire hydrants and approximately 5.3 miles of 8- and 6-inch water distribution and fill lines. The 5.3 miles of 6-inch and 8-inch water distribution and fill lines with related appurtenances will be installed on a few private easements and on the following roadways: De Beers Drive, Indian Trail, Frodo Place, Meador Road, Tel High Road, Fort Selden Road, Desert Edge Road, Blazing Trail Road, and Interstate 25.
SE Collection System
The project includes the installation of a vacuum wastewater collection system for approximately 13 miles including valve pits and/or buffer tanks, related appurtenances including division valves, and wastewater collection lines within the boundaries of the southeast wastewater collection area. This will serve approximately 2,000 existing connections and 2,000 of future connections. Each phase will include the design and construction of wastewater collection system for approximately 2.6 miles, including acquire EA and ROW, install valve pits and/or buffer tanks, related appurtenances including division valves, and wastewater collection lines within the southeast wastewater collection area. The system will connect into the City of Las Cruces WWTP for processing. The Association currently has finished the vacuum station and force main. We will begin installing collection lines and valve pits on a couple of streets with the funding that is already secured.
Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrades
The District 5 wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) is currently in the final design phase. The project includes conversion of the secondary treatment portion of the facility to an Aeromod Sequox activated sludge process, additional tertiary treatment using disk filter and disinfection, additional on-site effluent storage capacity, and addition of a solids dewatering press. The project includes design and construction of improvements to meet State of New Mexico discharge permit requirements.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I obtain more information regarding one of your projects?
Please contact our Engineering firm for additional infomaiton.
How do I obtain a copy of the bid package?
Follow the link below to the Souder, Miller & Associates website.