Pipeline 5 Relining Project (Fallbrook)

About this Project - Details

The Water Authority will begin work in Fall 2018 to reline a regional wholesale water pipeline.  The project will extend the service life of the pipeline by more than 75 years.  Construction of the project is expected to last approximately one year. 

Generally, relining construction rehabilitates segments of pipelines based on their age and the need for improvements. The Pipeline 5 Relining Project involves rehabilitating approximately 2.3 miles of pipeline in 8 separate segments along a 9.5-mile stretch of pipeline traversing the Fallbrook community.

The construction crews will conduct most of the work underground, inside the pipe. They will access the pipe by excavating, establishing, and entering the pipeline through 9 access sites, or portals. The portals will be 25 by 60 foot wide excavated pits.

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Background

Upon completion of this project, the Water Authority will have rehabilitated approximately 47 miles of the existing 82.5 miles of Pre-Stressed Concrete Cylinder Pipe (PCCP). For information on PCCP and the Water Authority’s relining program, please visit www.sdcwa.org/pipeline-relining.

Schedule:
Advertise: May 2018
Award: July 2018
Construction begins: Fall 2018
Construction ends: Summer 2019
*All dates are approximate and subject to change.

MAP

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Pipeline relining is conducted in several phases.  Primary construction activities will occur at 9 access portals, which will be spaced approximately 525 to 2,500 feet apart.  The portals are developed by removing 40 feet of existing pipe to gain access to the interior of the pipeline and install relining materials.  Not all portals are active at the same time.  Work will shift from one portal to another depending on which phase is under way.

Much of the construction work associated with the project will be located within public street rights-of-way, where the existing pipeline to be rehabilitated is located beneath roadways.  Some portals within the unincorporated portion of the alignment would be located outside of roadways, in undeveloped areas.

Photos

To see photos of past relining projects, please visit the “Multimedia” section of this webpage: http://www.sdcwa.org/pipeline-relining.  

Videos

To see videos of past relining projects, please visit the "Multimedia" section of this web page: http://www.sdcwa.org/pipeline-relining.

 

Community Outreach

 

Portal Packets for Impacted Project Neighbors

Overall System

Relining Portals 1-8

Relining Portals 1-8 close ups

Relining Portals 9-10

April 30, 2018 - Follow up letter to property owners

May 29, 2018 - Mailer - Pre-Bid Site Visit on June 5, 2018

Community Presentations

The Water Authority is committed to keeping residents, elected officials, businesses, schools, community groups and organizations in the project area informed about the project. The Water Authority staff will provide additional information or presentations to stakeholders as the project moves forward.

May 1, 2018: Open House Event at Fallbrook Library

May 21, 2018: Bonsall Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors Presentation

May 22, 2018: Rainbow Municipal Water District Board of Directors Presentation

May 22, 2018: Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors Presentation

June 18, 2018: Fallbrook Community Planning Group Presentation

June 20, 2018: Rainbow Community Planning Group Presentation

September 18, 2018: Rainbow Municipal Water District Board of Directors Follow Up Presentation

Contact Information

For more information, please call the 24-hour toll-free project information line at (877) 682-9283, ext. 7009 or email CIPinfo@sdcwa.org. A representative from the project team will return your call within one business day.