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Application ID: 7499
Project Title: Upgrade Domestic Water System (Nevada Youth Training Center)
Agency: CYC
Division: CFS
Department: DHHS
Project Manager: BJW
Description: Convert the existing fire water system to potable water, connect with the Elko municipal water, campus water improvements, and annexation into the City of Elko.
Location: Elko
DI_Location_2: 0
Project Description: This project will design and construct upgrades to the water system at the Nevada Youth Training Center (NYTC) necessary for transferring the campus to the City of Elko municipal water system, and transitioning the existing fire water infrastructure to a potable water system. Construction will include disinfection and flushing of the existing fire water lines, installation of potable water services & backflow prevention to each building on campus, installation of water meters within the campus, and installation of a new service to the superintendent’s office from a City of Elko transmission main. Irrigation water will continue to be served by the existing well and site infrastructure at NYTC, although a point of connection will be provided between the municipal water system and irrigation facilities to provide operational flexibility. This project also includes a request for annexation of the NYTC campus to the City of Elko.

SPWD Construction Cost Estimate from June 2016

Line Item Cost
1 Service Taps Into Water Main (12 ea @ $1,000/ea) 12,000
2 Water Service Meter (15 ea @ $5,000/ea) 75,000
3 Master Service Meter 20,000
4 Waterlines (3,700 lf @ $40/lf) 148,000
5 Backflow Preventers (15 ea @ $1,500/ea) 22,500
6 AC Pavement Patching (5,000 sf @ $10/sf) 50,000
7 PCC Sidewalk Patching (500 sf @ $40/sf) 20,000
8 Existing Water Main Disinfection & Flushing 5,000
9 Irrigation Connection to Water Main (3 ea @ $7,500/ea) 22,500
Total 375,000