the UC Merced 2020 Project which nearly doubles the size of the existing UC Merced campus by adding 13 buildings with supporting infrastructure, featuring 1.2M gross square feet of classroom, research, student life, housing and faculty office space.
Design-Builder of the $126M Tesoro Viejo Water/Wastewater Program. The Program will service the development’s 5,200 dwellings, the 3.0 Million sf industrial and commercial space, schools, hospital, parks, open spaces and trails.
Design-Builder of the District’s $200M Stored Water Recovery Unit Program. The SWRU Program, started in 2005 and being delivered in phases, adds 13,000 acres of agricultural lands to the District’s existing in-lieu groundwater banking program.
Work on the Visalia Water Conservation Plant Upgrades project involves the upgrade of the existing trickling filter/activated sludge wastewater treatment plant, to a 22 MGD water recycling treatment plant that will produce water in conformance with California Administrative Code Title 22.
W. M. Lyles Co. joint ventured with AECOM to design and build the STI Project for the City of Davis. The upgrades to the existing 8.4 MGD wastewater treatment plant provide compliance with Title 22 requirements.
Work generally consisted of furnishing and installing four new Type 316L stainless steel heavy duty slide gates to replace existing aluminum slide gates, which were experiencing severe galvanic corrosion.
The work generally consisted of saw-cutting and demolition of approximately 200 square feet of gunnite around the top edge of the existing concrete Sludge Blending Tank while in service and installation of grout transition from new to existing work.
The Sacramento Suburban Water District (SSWD) and the San Juan Water District (SJWD) joined forces on a project to install a new 10,000 gallon per minute pump station that would be designed to allow SSWD to pump excess groundwater to SJWD and others in the event of a major drought or emergency.