The demands on our water and wastewater infrastructure constantly increases as the population in our communities continue to grow. In addition, water and wastewater infrastructure will continue to age and eventually need to be rehabilitated. Our teams of engineers and hydrologists have the expertise necessary to solve the future challenges of water supply, and wastewater conveyance. We utilize the latest technological advances to meet our clients’ needs from planning, to design and construction.
The project consists of approximately 16,000 linear feet of 48-inch diameter pipeline with all associated fittings and outlets, valve vaults structures, fiber optic conduit system, and all related appurtenances. The pipeline will be located within Cactus Avenue between Rainbow Boulevard and Decatur Boulevard.
The St. Rose Sanitary Sewer project included construction of approximately 5,300 linear feet of 48-inch sanitary sewer, approximately 560 linear feet of 30-inch sanitary sewer, and approximately 350 linear feet of 24-inch sanitary sewer located in St. Rose Parkway beginning approximately 1300 feet west of Eastern Avenue, and ending near the Coronado Avenue/St. Rose Intersection.
The purpose of this project is to provide additional sewer capacity for future development in both the Del Webb and South Edge (AKA Inspirada) communities. The project consisted of design of approximately 2.3 miles of 24-inch sewer line.
VTN Consulting provided design and construction administration services on this large diameter sewer project. The project consisted of major cross-town wastewater interceptor ranging in size from 42" through 84" along the alignment of Harmon Avenue, Twain Avenue and Desert Inn Road going from the treatment plant all the way to Twain Avenue and Wynn Road on the west side of town.