Hillcrest Waterline

This project added redundancy to existing systems and increased water pressure in the adjacent neighborhoods. Work included the installation of approximately 3,300 linear feet of 8-inch ductile iron pipe (DIP). Work also included a 70-foot hand-tunneled jack and bore with 42-inch steel casing under a box culvert. Substantial shoring was required because of unstable soil. Additional work included installing 8- and 6-inch gate valves, installing a fire hydrant, removing and relocating an existing meter, paving, curb and gutter, sidewalk, and landscape restoration.

Client:
City of Peoria
Completion:
August 2018
Delivery Method:
JOC
Design Engineer:
Kimley-Horn
Cost:
$900K
  • 2 fire hydrant installations
  • 30 linear feet of 6-inch DIP lateral
  • 3,300 linear feet of 8-inch DIP main line
  • 4 gate valves (6-inch)
  • 14 gate valves (8-inch)
  • 70-foot hand-tunneled jack and bore
  • 70 linear feet of 42-inch steel casing
  • Asphalt paving
  • Interconnect existing meter
  • Landscape Restoration
  • Remove and replace:
    • Concrete sidewalk
    • Curb and gutter
  • Striping
  • Substantial shoring