S.F. Contracts with PMA on Regional Projects

PMA Consultants LLC of Detroit, Mich., said it received a contract to provide construction management services for the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission’s San Joaquin Regional Projects, according to a February press release.

PMA will work with sub-consultant Jacobs Field Services North America, Inc./Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc., to provide professional services, which total approximately $350 million. The projects are generally located in the California Central Valley on the east side of the Altamont Pass.

Work scope includes construction of 11 miles of new 92-inch diameter pipeline; rehabilitation of existing pipelines; new crossover valve structures; a throttling station to improve emergency pipeline shutdown capability and operational flexibility; supervisory control and data acquisition system upgrades; a new 315-million-gallon-per-day ultraviolet and chemical feed facility; as well as coordinating with other concurrent water quality improvement projects.

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