You are on page 1of 44

Stormwater

Improvement
Assessment
Capital Improvement
Plan

$251.3M

2
3
4
5
6
7
Stormwater
Improvement
Assessment
Capital Improvement
Plan
Neighborhood
Projects
$251.3M
8
Robles Park Pump Station Replacement

Chelsea Street Flooding Relief


9
?
"B ?
"B

?
"B
W Prescott St
Ybor Trolley Tracks
?
S West Shore Blvd
"B

Y
?
"B ?
"B
?
"B
?
"B
?
"B
,
& ?
"B ?
"B
,&
,
&
E 7th Ave ?
"B

N 13th St
?
"B
?
"B

Prop. pipe & inlets


?
"B ?
"B
?
"B ?
"B ?
"B
E 6th Ave
,
& ,
& ,
& ,
&
,
& ,
&
?
"B ?
"B ?
"B

? ,
&
?
"B ,
& ?
"B
"B
Interbay Blvd k
j ?
"B
?
"B
S Fitzgerald St

6901 S

S De Soto St
k

Nuccio Pkwy
j Sparkman
St - FY 19
,
&
Y ,?
&"B ?
"B
? Y ,
&

S Sparkman St
"B
?
t

? E 5th Ave ? , &


& , "B
eS

"B ?
"B "B ?
"B
, &
& ,
erc

?
"B
?
"B ?
"B
mm

N Av Republica
,&&
,
Co

De Cuba
_
^
?
"B

? ?
"B ?
"B
? ? ?
"B "B E 4th Ave
"B W Chisholm St "B
Y ,
& ?"B
,
& ?
"B
,
&
?
?
"B "B
?
"B
Ch ?
"B
an n ,
& ,
&
e l sid ,
&
e Dr
?
"B
Y ?
"B
?
"B

,
& ,
&
?
"B
,
& E 3rd Ave
,
&
?
"B

Sparkman Street Flooding Relief ?


"B

10
17th Street and Annona Avenue

Forest Hills Flooding Relief

11
34 th Street Safety Improvements
Description:
Roundabouts
21st Avenue
Lake Avenue
Osborne Avenue
Road Diet (4 to 2 Through Lanes)
Columbus Drive to 21st Avenue
Lake Avenue to Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr. Boulevard
Bicycle Facilities
Reduce Speed Limit to 30 mph
New sidewalks and Pedestrian ramps
at roundabouts
FY: 19
Cost: $2.5M
12
Bayshore Boulevard Enhancements
Description:
Phase 3
Extending the southbound bicycle
lane from Howard Avenue to Gandy
Boulevard
Constructing new sidewalks and
pedestrian ramps to current ADA
standards
Improving drainage at Wallcraft
Avenue
Resetting of existing granite curbs

FY: 18
Cost: $2.2M
13
Brorein Street Bridge Rehabilitation
Description:
Repair or replace the following:
Drive motor and cabinets
Conduit and wiring associated with
generator, automatic transfer switch,
and safety interlock
Programmable Logic Controller
Auxiliary drive bevel gear bushing,
span drive motor, span lock and
pinion, span lock brake and bushings
Emergency Drive bevel gear, shaft
bushing, bearing and couplings, and Brorein Street Bridge:
live load shoe
Built in 1959
FY: 18 Never reconstructed/rehabilitated
Cost: $3.3M Designated as an Historic Bridge 14
Cass Street Bridge Rehabilitation
Description:
Cleaning, repair or replacement of
corroded steel structural members
and painting the bridge to control
corrosion
Repair of steel deck, concrete
structural members restoration
including spall & cracks repair
Hand rail upgrade, Tender house
repairs including replacement of
doors andwindows. Cass Street Bridge:
Replacement of manual controller Built in 1927
with automatic controller system. Reconstruction in 2010 did not include Electrical
FY: 18 and Mechanical Systems
Designated as an Historic Bridge
Cost: $1.4M 15
Cypress Street Improvements
Dale Mabry Hwy to Himes Avenue

Description:
Existing 3-Lane Roadway
Widening to a 5-Lane Roadway
Centered Left Turn Lane
Sidewalks
Shared Lane Markings
FY: 18
Cost: $2.4M
16
East-West Green Spine
Description:
Urban trail/cycle track along Cass
Street, Nuccio Parkway and 15th Street
Downtown segment from east of the
Cass St. Bridge to Nebraska Avenue,
was completed as part of the ongoing
Tyler Street and Cass Street Two-Way
conversion project
FY: TBD
Cost: $2.5M
6 6
Sidewalk 11 11 Sidewalk
11 11 9
Travel Lane Travel Lane Travel Lane Travel Lane Cycle Track
17
Himes Avenue
Safety Project
Description:
Raised traffic separators and median
islands
Reduced Lane Width
Bicycle Facilities
RRFB Pedestrian crosswalks
Speed Limit Reduction to 35 mph
FY: 18
Cost: $1.7M

18
OBrien Street Spruce St.

Cypress St to Spruce St
Description: Laurel St.
Existing 2/3-Lane Roadway
Widening to a 5-Lane Roadway
Centered Left Turn Lane
Sidewalks
Cypress St.
FY: 18
Cost: $2.7M

19
Smart City Initiatives
Description:
City as a Lab Approach
Pilot Projects
Connected Emergency
Vehicle Priority
Modernizes
Communication to
most signals
Fiber lines/Wireless
broadband radio
Smart Paint
FY: 20
Cost: $13M
20
Howard F. Curren Advanced
Wastewater Treatment Plant
Improvements
on the Horizon

21
Main Pump Station
Rehabilitation
Description:
The project provides for the replacement of
most of the existing equipment and
components at the Main Pump Station. Project
will include the replacement of
pumps, VFDs, piping, valves, Motor Control
Centers, sluice gates, blowers and
other equipment that is unreliable and no
longer cost effective to maintain.
FY: 20, 21
Cost: $15.1M 22
Oxygen Generation Plant #1
Rehabilitation
Description:
This project is a design-build contract to
rehabilitate the Oxygen Generation Plant #1.
Plant #2 was upgraded in 2016-17. Oxygen
production is critical to the wastewater
treatment process.
FY: 20, 21
Cost: $4.4M

23
High Purity Oxygen (HPO)
Gearbox and Mixer
Upgrades
Description:
Projects provide for the replacement of
gearboxes/mixers/motors,
return sludge pipe, and concrete
restoration for all 6 Reactors
FY: 18-22
Estimated Cost: $6M
24
Dissolved Air Reactors (DAR) Upgrades
Description:
The projects provide installation of
aeration diffusers and mixers along with
water quality probes, air metering
devices and programmable logic
controllers (PLC) to automate and
optimize the reactors performance.
The upgrades to Reactor 1 should be
completed by September 2017. These
projects will provide similar upgrades to
the remaining Reactors 2, 3 and 4.
FY: 18, 20, 21, 22
Cost: $10M 25
Final Sedimentation Tanks
Rehabilitation
Description:
Project provides for the
replacement of all internal
equipment including
flights, chains, shafts, wear strips,
baffles and air piping and
miscellaneous concrete restoration
for the final sedimentation tanks at
the Howard F. Curren Advanced
Wastewater Treatment Plant.
FY: 18, 22
Cost: $3.8M 26
Plant Digester Rehabilitation
Description:
The project provides for the design and
rehabilitation of the existing sludge
digesters 2, 5, and 7. Projects will include
replacement of the existing digester
covers, mixing chambers, deteriorated
sludge gas/sludge piping and valves, and
rehabilitation of the internal concrete
digester surface by application of a
structural coating system.
FY: 18 - 22
Cost: $6.6M
27
Wastewater Treatment Plant Digester
Heating System Replacement
Description:
The project provides for the replacement of the
existing heating systems used to maintain the
required temperature to operate the anaerobic
digesters. Project will include replacement of the
existing boilers, heat exchangers, deteriorated piping
and control systems.
FY: 19
Cost: $2M

28
Biogas Use Improvements
Description:
The project provides for the
improvement of the existing
biogas power generation system
and components. Project will
include the replacement of the
engines, biogas conditioning
equipment and control systems.
FY: 20, 21, 22
Cost: $12.3
29
Sludge Dewatering Facility Rehabilitation
Description:
The project provides for the replacement
of the existing dewatering facility
including all the equipment and
components of the dewatering system
which are used to dewater sludge for
disposal through Class B land application.
Project will include process improvements
and equipment upgrades/replacements
to increase system efficiency, reduce
operating and sludge disposal costs, and
restore system reliability.
FY: 19, 20
Cost: $16.2M 30
Standby Power System
Improvements
Description:
The project provides for the
installation of an additional generator
to fully backup the wastewater
treatment plant. Project will include
the option to run the generators on
natural gas to have flexibility in the
operation mode.
FY: 18, 19
Cost: $2.5M
31
Regional Pump Station Automatic
Bar Screens
Description:
Projects provide for new automated screening
equipment at the regional pumping stations
including University PS (FY18), Sulphur
Springs (FY20) and Ybor PS (FY23). The pumps
at these pumping stations are experiencing
premature wear and damage due to the
excessive volume of rags
FY: 18, 20, 23
Estimated Cost: $3.8M
32
Harbour Island Force
Main Replacement
Description:
Project provides for the replacement or
rehabilitation of approximately 8,910 linear feet
of 54-inch reinforced concrete pressure pipe
FY: 18, 19, 21
Cost: $25M

33
Annual Tuberculated Gravity
Pipeline Rehabilitation by
Cured-In-Place Pipe (CIPP)
Description:
The project comprises of rehabilitation of
wastewater gravity sewers from 8-inch to 36-inch
diameter by installation of a cured in place pipe
liner including detuberculation, cleaning and
inspection, bypass pumping and re-establishing
service connections.
FY: 18, 19, 20, 21, 22
Cost: $8M
34
Manhole Rehabilitation
by Structural Coating
Description:
The project comprises of System
rehabilitation of manholes by
installation of a structural coating
system including surface preparation,
elimination of active infiltration,
restoration of benches, replacement
of cast iron frame and cover, disposal
of debris, MOT, and surface
restoration.
FY: 18, 19, 20, 21, 22
Cost: $5M 35
Neighborhood Collection System
Rehabilitation by CIPP
Description:
The project comprises of rehabilitation of
wastewater gravity sewers from 8-inch to
24-inch diameter by installation of a cured-in-
place pipe liner located within various
Neighborhood Collection System areas
including cleaning and inspection, bypass
pumping and re-establishing service
connections.
FY: 18, 19, 20, 21, 22
Cost: $70,000,000
36
San Carlos Pump Station
Rehabilitation
Description:
This project provides for the rehabilitation of
the 55 MGD pumping station including
replacement of 2 1,500 HP and 1 - 250 HP
pumps, motors, discharge valves, electrical and
control components, flow meters and other
equipment needed to restore the stations
reliability and improve operations.
FY: 18, 19
Estimated Cost: $11,300,000
37
Water Department Capital
Improvement Program
Description:
FY18: $29M
FY19: $32M
FY20: $18M
FY21: $19M
FY22: $17M
FY: 18 - 22
Cost: $115M

38
David L. Tippin Water
Description:

Site and Building Improvements


Railroad Side Track Improvements
Treatment Facility
Main Pump House Rehabilitation
Aqueous Ammonia Conversion
Onsite Sodium Hypochlorite
Generation System
Ozone Coating Rehabilitation
Chlorine Pipe Replacement
Solids Processing System
Improvements
Ferric and Acid Tank Rehabilitation
Lime Slaker Replacement
Pilot Plant Rehabilitation
FY: 18 -22
Cost: $22.1M
39
Pumping and Storage

Description:
Remote Storage Tank Improvements
Fill Valve and Other Appurtenance
Replacement
Rehabilitation of the Palma Ceia Tank
FY: 17-19
Cost: $2.1M

40
Water Transmission Mains
Description:
Remaining CIAC Pipeline Segments:

Cass Street/North A Street


Bay to Bay Blvd/Himes Avenue
(unfunded)

FY: 18-20
Cost: $6.1M

41
Distribution System
Description:
Existing Water Meter Replacement
New Water Meter Services
Davis Island Water Main
Golfwood Estates Pipeline
Palma Ceia Area II Water Main
West Shore Blvd Water Main
Fair Oaks Water Main
River Grove Drive Area Water Main
Sweetwater Water Main Relocation
Channel District Water Main
East Chelsea St. Area Water Main
Bayside West Water Main
FY: 18-22
Cost: $85.3M 42
Tampa Augmentation Project (TAP)

43
City of Tampa Chief Engineers
Stormwater Engineering Division: Wastewater Engineering Division:
Al Hoel, P.E. Charlie Lynch, P.E.
Office: (813) 274-8462 Office: (813) 274-8916
Al.hoel@tampagov.net Charlie.Lynch@tampagov.net

Transportation Engineering Division: Water Engineering Division:


Milton Martinez, P.E. Seung Park, P.E.
Office: (813) 274-8998 Office: (813) 274-7095
Milton.Martinez@tampagov.net Seung.Park@tampagov.net

44