Vineyard Surface Water Treatment Plant


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Sacramento, California


San Francisco Public Utilities Commission

Project Dates

2009 -2012

Project Cost

$205 Million

Services Provided



Project Description


The project consists of development of 78 acre parcel into new water treatment facility 50 million gallons per day capacity. This is a conventional water treatment plant which includes process such as coagulation, flocculation, sedimentation, filtration and disinfection. Main Process Structures includes 24 million gallon Treated Water Storage and 7000 HP Pump Station Facilities, Solids Handling Facilities includes Filter back was water which will be treated and partially reclaimed. Settled solids are further dewatered by gravity and sent to centrifuges. Centrifuged solids are land filled and liquid is routed to sewer. A 35,500 SF Administration and Operations Center is two story steel framed building which houses maintenance, operations, and engineering functions, down stair space allocated for about 35 overall system M & O personnel. This Administration and Operation Center is a LEED Building and certified as LEED Silver Certification. 

A 27,500 SF Building is designed for Warehouse and Shop facility. This building houses Warehouse, Meter Shop, Machine Shop, Electrical Shop, Instrumentation Shop, SCAD and Field crew. Corporation Yard Facilities spread over 8 Acres and services to Future Vehicle Maintenance Building, Covered Parking, Storage Bins, Fueling Area, Vehicle Wash Area. Other civil site work include earthwork, grading, paving, Florin Trunk Sewer, CSA & NSA Transmission pipelines and fencing, electrical feed, distribution, standby power. 

Dabri, Inc. had worked with contractor and provided cost estimating and scheduling services for this $205 Million project during the bidding phase. Dabri’s scope includes take-off quantities, preparing internal budget estimate, scoping the subcontractors work, analyzing sub-contractor’s bid.