Greenridge Water Association Consolidation Projects

Liberty Lake, WA


Century West assisted the District in preparing the application for a Washington State Department of Health (WSDOH) State Revolving Fund (SRF) Water System Consolidation loan. The District received a total of approximately $2.74 million in grants and forgivable principal loans to upgrade a small privately owned water system to District standards. The improvements included upgrading an existing water booster station with new pumps and piping to boost water from the District’s water system to the ridge that the Greenridge system in located. A new 141,000-gallon concrete storage reservoir, a new booster station, and replacement of all water mains, fire hydrants, water services, and pressure reducing valves (PRVs) were constructed. The new booster station was constructed within the existing aboveground concrete water storage reservoir. It included pumps, controls, telemetry, and walls to segregate the booster station room from the remaining areas within the reservoir. Century West provided full design and construction management services for the project. Our firm also assisted in preparing documentation needed to transfer ownership of the system from the homeowner’s association to the District. That included an initial feasibility analysis, descriptions of transferred assets, and preparation of exhibits for legal documents.

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