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SEWER PROJECTS DURING FEBRUARY

 

(Thur., Jan. 31, 2013) The City and County of Honolulu's Department of Environmental Services will be working on eight major sewer projects in February that may impact roadways and traffic on Oahu.

 

         The projects include:

       Ala Moana Boulevard/Auahi Street Sewer Rehabilitation, Phase 2 Rehabilitation of an existing 6'x6' reinforced concrete main along Auahi Street from Kamalani Street to Keawe Street.

       Beachwalk Wastewater Pump Station to Ala Moana Park Sewer Phase 1, Force Main System Installation of a new sewer line along Ala Moana Blvd (between Atkinson Dr and Ala Wai Canal), and along Ala Wai Blvd (between Kalakaua Ave to the dead end of Ala Wai Blvd).

       Hanawai Circle Sewer Reconstruction Installation and rehabilitation of new sewer line along Farrington Highway (between Waipahu Depot St and Hanawai Circle) and along Waipahu Depot St (between Farrington Highway and Waipahu St).

       Moiliili-Kapahulu Sewer Rehabilitation/Reconstruction Sewer  Installation and rehabilitation of new sewer line along Date St (between Pumehana and Lukepane St).

       Niu Valley Wastewater Pump Station Force Main removal of by-pass and restoration work Removal and restoration work on Kalanianaole Highway at the intersections of Puuikena St, West Halemaumau St and Niuiki Circle.

       Saint Louis Heights Sewer Rehabilitation Sewer rehabilitation work on various streets with the area bordered by Bertram St., Kaminaka Dr, Saint Louis Dr and Dole St.

       Waikiki Sewer Rehabilitation Sewer rehabilitation work along Kuhio Ave between Kuamoo St and Kaiulani Ave.

       Wilder Avenue and Metcalf Street Sewer Rehabilitation Sewer rehabilitation work along Wilder Ave (between Metcalf St and Evelyn Ln).

 

         Approximately 102 projects are underway focused on Oahu's wastewater treatment plants, pump stations and collection system. These projects are part of $506 million of ongoing wastewater projects, including planning, designing, construction, project management and equipment project phases.

 

 

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Contact:  Markus Owens, Public Communications Officer, ENV 768-3454