The City of Norwalk selected Civiltec Engineering for construction management and observation services back in mid 2019. The firm supervised the installation of 2,675 feet of new 12‐inch pipeline along Alondra Boulevard in the south service areas of the City’s municipal water system. Civiltec has enjoyed a successful ongoing relationship with the City for the last three years and previously worked with the City to develop the pipeline design.
The project was broken into three phases: pre-construction engineering services, construction management and observation services and post-construction services. Completion of the transmission main improvements have connected the City’s municipal water system to the west and south service areas, improving the reliability and redundancy of the system as well as improving fire flow and residual pressures. The final phase wrapped up in January 2020.
Civiltec team members who worked on this project include: Principal-In-Charge David Byrum, Project Manager David Song, Construction Manager Greg Ripperger, and Construction Observation headed by Jerry Mesa. To supplement the Civiltec team, Ninyo & Moore provided material and soils testing.