Graden Water Main
The City will be replacing aging water main pipe in a residential neighborhood off of Ingraham Road, which contains 133rd Street, 134th Street, 208th Avenue, 209th Avenue and 210th Avenue. Located in Snohomish County but within the City's water service area, the project will install approximately 3,000 feet of new ductile iron water main, connect the existing residential services to the new system, and upgrade the existing fire hydrants in the neighborhood.
The Design & Construction Division of Monroe Public Works will be administering the project, and has contracted with Harmsen & Associates Inc. of Monroe to develop the design documents. City staff will coordinate with Snohomish County Public Works to obtain necessary permitting ahead of the actual construction activity. Staff will also be sharing information with the adjacent property owners and providing the neighborhood with an opportunity to offer input and get questions answered. The design effort will be ongoing throughout 2018, with the construction planned for early 2019.
For more information, please contact the project manager:
Kim Klinkers, PE
|Key Project Timeline Items
||January 16, 2018
|Design Phase Begins
||April 13, 2018
|Design Phase Ends
||December 31, 2018
|Advertise for Contractor Bids
June 14th, 2019
The project is substantially complete with construction. Some minor cleanup work may still exist, but the construciton is essentially complete.
April 1st, 2019
Project construction has begun.
February 12th, 2019
An Open House was held on January 31 to provide an opportunity for the neighborhood to ask questions and get a better understanding of the project. The next step is to sign the contract with the lowest bidding contractor (B&B Construction out of Snohomish) and hold a pre-construction meeting prior to beginning the work. We anticipate construction activity starting the week of March 11.
October 15th, 2018
The project design documents are nearing completion. Efforts are now focused on obtaining necessary permits from Snohomish County.
August 29th, 2018
The design is approximately 90% complete. The design efforts will continue through the fall, with construction targeted for spring 2019.