Status: Project substantially complete as of May 3, 2019
Project Number: 2010087
Project Budget: $24,000,000.00
Description and Location:
CSO 24 is part of the continuing efforts of the City to enhance and protect one of our most precious resources, the Spokane River. This project protects the Spokane River from sewer overflows during rainstorms and spring runoff events by holding the excess water/sewer flow that would normally discharge directly into the river. The tank holds approximately 2.4 million gallons of stormwater.
The finished project will include a new plaza over the tank, repaved streets, a dog park and new pedestrian facilities. The project is located near the intersection of 1st Avenue and Adams Street.
The city is delivering this project using an alternative contracting method called GC/CM as opposed to traditional design/bid/build. This method was chosen to best address the complexities of building a very large tank in some of the oldest parts of town and to take advantage of a prime contractor’s building experience as a team member during the design process.
Title: CSO 24
Status: substantially complete as of May 3, 2019
Contractor: Walker/Halme Joint Venture
Project Manager – Construction: Construction Management, 509.625.7722
Construction Start Date: Spring 2017
Schedule: The project is scheduled for completion spring of 2019.
Award Date: October 17, 2016
For more information about the project or if you have questions, please call 311 and you will be directed to an individual who can provide assistance.
In addition, City staff and the Contractor (Walker/Halme) hold weekly meetings each Wednesday. The public is welcome to attend these meetings to gain information about the project and express emerging issues. The time and location of these meetings is:
Time: 1:30 p.m.
Location: 1312 West First Avenue