Naval Base Point Loma San Diego, CA, Upgrade Pump Station A42

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Delivery Method Design-Build

KEAR was contracted by NAVFAC Southwest to provide complete design-build services for upgrades to the existing Pump Station A42 at Naval Base Point Loma, San Diego, CA. As the design-build prime contractor, KEAR managed the pre-construction phase including all design and permitting activities. The project consisted of the replacement of the existing 1,000 GPM potable with 1,200 potable water pumps, installation of a new Jockey pump, removal and disposal of the existing pump control system and installation of new PLC’s and VFD’s. The project also included the removal and disposal of the existing pump station suction and discharge piping and replacing it with new ductile Iron piping. Miscellaneous improvements that were also a part of the project included installing 6 new shutoff gate valves, new pump station interior lighting, epoxy-coating of the existing pump station floor, demolition of an existing hydro-pneumatic tank & valve-vault and relocation of the existing 15KV transformer within pump station facility.
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