UNION — The installation of new equipment, modifications to its piping, electrical work, and a fresh coat of paint will all be part of the $131,000 “facility rehabilitation” of the Munro Street Pumping Station.
During its October meeting Tuesday evening, Union City County voted unanimously to award the contract for the “Munro Street Pump Station Facility Rehabilitation” to the J.L. Construction Company for $131,000. The company, which is based in Piedmont, was the low bidder of the four companies that bid on the project.
The project will involve the following improvements which J.L. Construction, in its winning bid, stated will cost the following estimated amounts:
• Bypass pumping and/or pump and haul as required to maintain sewer system function during the duration of rehabilitation work ($13,000).
• Provide and install new duplex pump system including control panel and appurtenances ($71,000).
• Wet well cleaning and grout work ($4,000).
• Piping modifications including bypass connection, manual air release piping/valves, bubbler line, drain lines, etc. ($10,000).
• Provide and install new Aera-Vent system, complete and in-place to manufacturer’s recommendations ($11,000).
• Electrical work including conduit replacement and new wiring as described on the drawings ($14,000).
• Painting ($3,000).
The balance of the bid amount is for mobilization ($3,500) and all remaining work not included in the rest of the estimates ($1,500).
The pump station serves part of the Monarch Mill Village and all the area that includes Munro Street, Stutts Avenue, and Richard Street in Union and Monarch.
Charles Warner can be reached at 864-762-4090.