Following successful involvement in the Monrovia Station Square project, Civiltec was contacted to work on the City of Monrovia’s 2015 Water Master Plan Update. That effort further led to Civiltec now playing a vital role in the City’s “Monrovia Renewal” project.
This $50-million-plus project will focus on repairing and/or replacing infrastructure throughout the city. Civiltec will be heavily involved in the water and sewer portion of the project: engineering and design tasks throughout the large project’s six phases.
Details from www.cityofmonrovia.org:
The City of Monrovia is undertaking an initiative known as Monrovia Renewal, a comprehensive infrastructure improvement program aimed at making citywide repairs to our water systems, sewer collection system, streets, and sidewalks.
Monrovia Renewal is a citywide infrastructure renewal project to address the following:
- Repair/replace all necessary water transmission pipes and water production facilities
- Repair/replace all necessary sewer lines
- Repair/replace every street with a pavement condition index (PCI) rating of less than 70, and fix all curb/sidewalk deficiencies
- Develop and implement an ongoing infrastructure maintenance program
“It has been a privilege working with the City on the Station Square project, and we’re looking forward to building on our relationship with the City through the Monrovia Renewal project,” said Project Manager Greg Ripperger. “As a Monrovia resident, it is always exciting to be able to work on improving the infrastructure in my own backyard for my neighbors and friends around me.”
In addition, Civiltec also recently finalized a contract to provide supplemental project management support for Monrovia’s Station Square Transit Village initiative.