Water Capital Investment Projects

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Water main replacement program.
Bellevue Utilities water capital investment projects ensure that current and future generations have reliable drinking water services. Below is a list of water projects proposed for 2019 - 2025.
 

Capital Investment Project

Description

Reason

Implementation

Cost

Small Diameter Water Main Replacement

Replace up to 5 miles of old water pipe each year

Renewal and Replacement

2019 - 2025

$72,919,000

Pressure Reducing Valve (PRV) Rehabilitation

Replace up to 3 critical pressure reducing valves per year

Renewal and Replacement

2019 - 2025

$2,208,000

Minor (Small) Water Capital Improvement Projects

Miscellaneous unanticipated projects or repairs to resolve problems or improve efficiency

Renewal and Replacement

2019 - 2025

$2,704,000

Fire Hydrant Standardization

Replace non-standard two-port hydrants

Renewal and Replacement

2019 - 2020

$263,000

Reservoir Rehabilitation or Replacement

Replace drinking water reservoirs that have structural deficiencies and provide recoating for existing reservoirs

Renewal and Replacement

2019 - 2025

$16,567,000

Water Pump Station Rehabilitation or Replacement

Rehabilitate or replace one water pump station per year

Renewal and Replacement

2019 - 2025

$18,455,000

Replacement of Large Commercial Water Meters

Replace worn out, high volume commercial water meters at one per year

Renewal and Replacement

2019 - 2025

$963,000

Water Service Line & Saddle Replacement Program

Replace water service lines from the water main to the right-of-way, that are in danger of failing

Renewal and Replacement

2019 - 2025

$1,664,000

Increase Drinking Water Storage Availability for West Operating Area

Water transmission main improvements to improve ability to move water across Bellevue and piping changes at reservoirs to access all of their volume during emergencies.

Capacity for Growth

2019

$1,576,000

New Water Inlet Station

Construct a new inlet supply station from Seattle Public Utility's regional water supply pipe to Bellevue's water system

Capacity for Growth

2019

$2,319,000

Water Facilities for NE Spring Blvd Multi Modal Corridor

Construct new water facilities in this new transportation corridor as it develops

Capacity for Growth

2019 - 2022

$1,569,000

Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) Implementation

Replace water meters with new meters that can provide real-time information about water use, and which can be read remotely

Future Initiative

2019 - 2020

$10,307,000

NE 40th and Enatai Inlet Water Supply Station Improvements

Provide required upgrades at two critical inlet supply stations

Capacity for Growth

2019-2022

$2,378,000

Related Links:

2019-25 Proposed Capital Investments Program

2019-25 Proposed Water Capital Investment Projects

Water System Plan