Construction Projects

The Greater New Haven Water Pollution Control Authority (GNHWPCA) funds and maintains a Capital Improvement Program (CIP) to ensure that its sewer systems are reliable, safe and efficient while at the same time contributes to protect the environment. Funding for the CIP is provided through the following sources: GNHWPCA’s annual operating budget, revenue bonds, grant reimbursements and grant/loan programs provided by the Connecticut Department of Environmental Projection (DEP) along with other incidental projects required by state agencies such as the Connecticut Department of Transportation (DOT.)

In this section, you will find detailed information on major construction projects currently underway in the GNHWPCA Service Area. The information will provide project purpose and description as well as GNHWPCA contacts. (project descriptions from intranet projects page “community description” )

Farview Ave, East Haven, CT 06512, USA

East Haven Pump Stations Resiliency Implementation (Project No: SSF – 2013-05 )

Solicitation Status:
Awarded
Project Phase:
Completed
Pre Bid Meeting Date:
04/12/2017 10:00 am
Bid Date:
05/17/2017 10:00 am
Notice to Proceed:
05/22/2017
End Date:
02/16/2018
The project involves implementation of flood proofing measures at four (4) existing coastal pump stations located in East Haven, CT. They include the Farview Avenue, Cosey Beach, Meadow Street and Minor Road Pump Stations. The work includes, but is not limited to, upgrading equipment (electrical, generators and pumps) to be located in a new elevated precast structure above the 500-year flood elevation. The work is being funded, in part, through the Federal Emergency Management Agency Hazard Mitigation Program.
Budget: $0

Description


The project involves implementation of flood proofing measures at four (4) existing coastal pump stations located in East Haven, CT. They include the Farview Avenue, Cosey Beach, Meadow Street and Minor Road Pump Stations. The work includes, but is not limited to, upgrading equipment (electrical, generators and pumps) to be located in a new elevated precast structure above the 500-year flood elevation. The work is being funded, in part, through the Federal Emergency Management Agency Hazard Mitigation Program.

  • Project Group:
    Construction
  • Town Of Project:
    New Haven
  • Special Instructions:
    **PLEASE NOTE**
    All Plans & Specs posted in the Project Document Section are strictly for REFERENCE ONLY. All bidders are required to purchase the Plans & Specs as per the attached Bid Invitation.
  • Project Manager:
    Isabella Schroeder
  • Project Manager Address:
    260 East Street
    New Haven, CT
  • Project Manager Email:
    ischroeder@gnhwpca.com
  • Contract Duration:
    270