Blue Sink MFL Pumping Station

Project Location: Tampa, FL
Project Type: Public Utilities
Client: City of Tampa
Total Contract: $2,556,943.00

Prime Contractor of the construction of a new Pump Station with two Raw Water Pumps and Vacuum Priming System in Tampa, Florida. RTD contract work consists of, but is not limited to the following:

RTD is to furnish and install a new L-shaped Pump Station and electrical room building (approximately 35’x60’), along with the two (2) 16 inch HDPE suction pipes from the adjacent Blue Sink as well as an 18 inch HDPE discharge pipe across Blue Sink. Based on the drawings furnished to us, the foundation of the Pump Station room will be constructed at approximate elevations 25.0 to 30.0 while the electrical room will be constructed at grade or at the approximate elevation of 36.0 feet. As proposed, the structures will be supported on shallow foundations (strip footings and a mat foundation).

RTD is to furnish and install a 18 inch HDPE discharge pipe to run west from the Blue Sink Pump Station and connect to a 16 inch Raw Water main east of Ravine Rd., at which point it will continue west and then south along the west side of the City of Tampa FC-100 Storm water pond to its connection point in a City of Tampa designed 16 inch raw water main in 109th Ave., west of Florida Ave.

RTD is to furnish and install a new water discharge main from the pumping station to the Sink, a Raw Water crossing of Blue Sink, Sanitary Sewer and Water service, with all associated work required to complete the project.

RTD will self-perform 75% of all the work including all formwork, concrete work, dewatering systems, sheeting and bracing, excavation & backfills, site work, yard piping.