Port of Miami – 42-Inch Water Main; Twin 30-Inch Horizontal Directional Drill; 12-Inch Horizontal Directional Drill, 10-Inch Force Main
SCOPE OF WORK: The project consists of furnishing and installing approximately 9,740 LF of 42-inch DIP and fittings; 42-inch mechanical joint resilient seated wedge gate valve; Venturi meter, including valve and fittings, manhole frame and cover, valve box quick disconnect and concrete support slab; making an inline connection to a proposed 36-inch water main at Biscayne Boulevard; approximately 260 LF of micro tunneling under existing FEC railroad right-of-way, with steel casing, drill shafts, and proposed area of construction; approximately 4,000 LF of twin 30-inch HDPE Water Main & 4,000 LF of twin 12-inch HDPE Force Main horizontal directional drilling subaqueous channel crossing along Biscayne Bay from Bayside to Port of Miami.
The replacement of Pump Station 9141; the existing 8-inch cast iron pipe force main that connects this pump station to the Department’s wastewater collection and transmission system.
The installation of approximately 5,000 LF of a 10-inch replacement force main pipeline installed between PS 9141 on the Port (Dodge Island) side to a point of connection on the mainland (City of Miami). This project includes furnishing and constructing air release valve assemblies; v-bio polyethylene encasement for ductile iron pipe and fittings; sheeting and shoring ordered left in place by the Engineer; additional suitable backfill; furnish all materials, equipment and supplies
necessary for cleaning, testing and disinfecting the mains; removal of existing asphalt pavement and sod; including mobilization and demobilization, removal, transport and legal disposal of demolition material; traffic control; pavement marking and pavement damage by construction and all other appurtenant and miscellaneous items and work for a complete and fully functional installation.
Project was delivered on-time ahead of the Massive Crews ships arriving to Port of Miami for first time.
MDC Water and Sewer Department and
3575 S. LeJeune Rd, Miami, Florida