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June 2011

Onondaga Lake Improvement Project

Onondaga County Department of Water Environment Protection Submitted July 10, 2011


Table of Contents Report from Commissioner Gray Project Update  Progress of Projects Under Construction  Progress of Projects in Design Stage Fact Sheets  Clinton CSO Storage Facility  CSO Area 022 and 045 Sewer Separation Project  CSO 044 Conveyances Project  Harbor Brook Interceptor Sewer (HBIS) Replacement and CSO Abatement Project  Lower Harbor Brook CSO Storage and Conveyances Project Green Project Update  Green Program Highlights  Non-GIF Project Status Summary Fact Sheets  Connective Corridor Phase 1  Erie Canal Museum Green Roof  Geddes Street Road Reconstruction  Harrison Street Commercial Green Street  Hazard Library Green Roof  OnCenter Convention Center Green Roof  OnCenter Municipal Parking Garage  OnCenter Surface Lot  Street Tree Plantings  Syracuse City School District Institute of Technology  War Memorial Cistern Green Improvement Fund  Green Improvement Fund Program Summary Fact Sheets  Dunbar Association  Hotel Skyler  Jefferson Clinton Commons  King + King Architects  Near Westside Initiative – Artist Studio and Apartment  Near Westside Initiative – Lincoln Building  St. Lucy’s Church  Green Improvement Fund Program Description and Application Metro WWTP Phosphorus Projects/TMDL/Ambient Monitoring Program Update  Metro Phosphorus Optimization Project  Metro Phosphorus Work Plan Project  Onondaga Lake Water Quality Model/TMDL


Ambient Monitoring Program o Water Quality Sampling  Tributary Sampling  Tributary Compliance Assessment (May 2011)  Onondaga Lake Sampling  Onondaga Lake Compliance Assessment (2011 to-date)  Biological Monitoring Program

Legislative/Regulatory Update  Action Items for County Legislature in the Month of June  Action Items for the Environmental Protection Committee in the Month of July Financial Update  Contracts  New Contracts  Amendments to Existing Contracts  Change Orders  Funding  Grants  State Bond Act Funds  Federal EPA Funds  Federal Army Corps of Engineers Funds  Loans  Onondaga County Lake Improvement Project o Fourth Stipulation of the ACJ  Clinton/Lower MIS CSO Improvement  Harbor Brook Drainage Basin CSO Abatement  Midland CSO Abatement Appendix  Financial Tracking Summary  Federal and State Grants/Loans Approved and Received  Federal and Stage Grants/Loans Applied for and not yet approved  Lake Improvement Project Status Report for the period ending 6/30/2011  Chronology of Project Construction Starts  Contractors for Construction Projects  Metro Treatment Plant  CSO’s


Project Progress for the Month of June   

Report from Commissioner    Great progress continues to be made by the Department in regards to complying with the mandates  of the 4th Stipulation to the ACJ.  The Metro WWTP continues to successfully meet the 4th Stipulation  total phosphorus effluent limit of 0.10 mg/l.  Staff and consultants continue to work on the Metro  Phosphorus  Optimization  Project  which  is  designed  to  identify  "how  good"  Metro's  phosphorus  treatment  can  be.    A  great  deal  has  been  learned  about  the  existing  treatment  system  ‐  this  knowledge will be invaluable in the future operations and system.  That same team is concurrently  working  on  the  Metro  Phosphorus  Treatment  Workplan  which,  amongst  other  things,  will  identify  what  potential  additional  measures  will  be  needed  at  Metro  for  meeting  the  ACJ  stage  III  phosphorus  limit  of  0.02  mg/l.    The  final  reports  for  those  two  projects  are  due  to  the  DEC  by  8/31/11 and 12/31/11, respectively.  Any enhancements to Metro's existing phosphorus treatment  system  will  be  dictated  by  the  findings  of  the  Total  Maximum  Daily  Load  (TMDL)  study  currently  being done by the NYSDEC.    Department staff were also actively engaged with NYSDEC staff in regards to regulatory approval for  several mandated ACJ 4th Stipulation reports, including: a revised Ambient Monitoring Program Plan;  CSO Facilities Plan; Floatables Control Facilities Plan; and the 2010 ACJ Annual Report.  Moreover,  staff and contracted consultants responded to various NYSDEC and ASLF comment letters on large‐ scale CSO abatement projects.  The Department is anticipating approval of the foregoing within the  next two months.    Stakeholder  participation  continues  to  be  integral  to  the  Department's  grey  and  green  program  ‐  making sure to solicit and appropriately incorporate their ideas and react to concerns.  Much praise  has  been  offered  for  the  public  participation  meetings  conducted  in  the  month  of  June  for  the  Midland 044 and Harbor Brook Wetland projects.  This month's activities also included the planning  of several upcoming public participation sessions for the upcoming months.    As evidenced by the  enclosed new Fact Sheets, impressive progress continues  to be  made for the  County's  Save  the  Rain  "Project  50"  campaign.    With  13  GIF  projects  completed  and/or  under  construction and 19 non‐GIF projects completed and/or under construction, we are well on our way   for meeting the County Executive's goal.    It  was  learned  that  the  recent  Midland  044  sewer  surcharging  incident,  resulting  in  basement  flooding of eight neighborhood residents, was a result of incorrect sewer mapping.  The county will  be pursuing a modification with the project contractor, J.J. Lane, for the remedial work done.  The  one resident that was relocated from their apartment has returned to their residence.  Additionally,  all clean‐up efforts for the other affected residents have been satisfactorily completed.    I am very pleased and proud of the progress made in June.        _____________________________                    Michael J. Lannon P.E.                                                                                                                                        Acting Commissioner         


GRAY PROJECT UPDATE & GRAY PROJECT FACT SHEETS


Gray Project Update:   

Progress of Projects Under Construction   Harbor Brook Interceptor Sewer Replacement Project   • Installed 7,440 LF of new Harbor Brook interceptor sewer ranging in size from 18” to 36” in  diameter.   • Installed 5,222 LF of new combined, sanitary and storm sewers ranging in size from 8” to  42” in diameter.   • Completed 36” Water Main Bypass, approximately 1,600 LF of new main with connections  to existing 48” and 20” mains.  • Restored Grand Avenue and the remaining part of Herriman Street.  • The interceptor and other sewers are both 97 percent complete. The project itself is 88  percent complete.      Midland CSO 044 Abatement   • Continued the installation of the sheeting and dewatering systems.  • A sewer break on South Avenue occurred during the sheeting installation; the issue has  since been resolved.  • A community meeting was held to discuss how the project area will be restored and what  Green Infrastructure will be implemented. The meeting was held on 6/28/11 at the  Southwest Community Center.                    

Progress of Projects in Design Stage      Lower Harbor Brook Conveyances and Storage Facility  • Conveyances:  Received comments on Revised Engineering Report from NYSDEC on June 6,  2011; subsequently resubmitted the final report on June 30, 2011 for approval.  Proposed  bid date is July 14, 2011.  • Storage Facility:  Submitted a response to NYSDEC comments regarding the 100% Contract  Documents on June 7, 2011.  Proposed bid date is August 11, 2011.    Clinton CSO Abatement   • The Pre‐Bid Meeting for the Clinton Storage Facility Construction Contract was held on June  2, 2011 at OCDWEP.  • Addendum No. 1 to the Contract was issued to all plan holders on June 13, 2011 which  included changes and clarifications, and the Minutes from the Pre‐Bid Meeting.   • Addendum No. 2 to the Contract was issued to all plan holders on June 30, 2011 which  included additional changes and clarifications, and extended the bid period for the Storage  Facility’s construction contract to July, 14, 2011.   • Construction start is anticipated in September 2011.  • The Clinton CSO Ductbank Extension design was completed and a Request for Quotations  was issued by the County on June 24, 2011.  A Pre‐Bid meeting was held at the proposed job  site on June 30, 2011.      CSO 022 & 045 Sewer Separation Project   • Final plans and specifications were submitted to USACE, NYSDEC and ASLF for review and  comments on 6/1/11. Construction advertisement is anticipated to occur in late July 2011.           


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FACT SHEET  Clinton CSO Storage Facility 

Project:   Clinton CSO Storage  Project Location:  Trolley Lot, Syracuse  Project Owner:  Onondaga County  Sewer shed:   Clinton/Lower MIS  Technology:   Storage Tunnel  Capacity:   6 Million Gallons (MG)  Annual CSO Capture: 114 MG   # CSOs Abated:  8  Completion date:  December 31, 2013  Project Cost:  $73.6 million (est.)  Bid Date:    July 14, 2011  Prime Contractor:  TBD 

  Project  Description:  The  Clinton  CSO  Storage  Facility  Project  is  a  6  million  gallon  combined  sewer  overflow storage facility that will be constructed in the parking area between the elevated rail tracks  and Onondaga Creek just south of the Armory Square area of downtown Syracuse (formerly known as  the Trolley Lot). During wet weather events, the facility’s three, parallel 18‐foot diameter, underground  storage tunnels will capture flow from 8 combined sewer overflows (CSOs) in the vicinity of the Former  Trolley  Lot.  The  wastewater  will  be  stored  in  the  tunnels  until  it  can  be  conveyed  via  the  Main  Interceptor Sewer to the Syracuse Metropolitan Sewage Treatment Plant (Metro) for treatment. The  off‐site  conveyance piping which will transmit  the flow  to the  facility  was  installed under  the Clinton  CSO  Phase  1  and  2A  Conveyances  Projects  completed  in  2009.  There  will  be  additional  on‐site  conveyance  piping  installed  under  this  project  to  connect  the  existing  sewers  to  the  new  facility.  In  addition to the tunnels there will be two above ground structures located at either end (east and west)  of the parking lot which provide access to the tunnels and house the pumping, grit collection and odor  control facilities    Green  Components:  To  further  enhance  the  sustainability  of  the  facility,  the  project  includes  green  infrastructure  components.  The  stormwater  runoff  from  the  entire  site  that  measures  approximately  275,000 square feet (SF) or 6.3 acres will be managed by green infrastructure. The stormwater from the  area surrounding the main structure on the western half of the site will be collected by a series of catch  basins and storm water piping that will outfall into two bio‐retention basins. The bio‐retention basins  will allow the stormwater to infiltrate into the ground rather than immediately runoff to the creek. In  addition, stormwater runoff from the eastern half of the project site, to be restored as a parking area,  will be directed to a subsurface collection facility and used to flush the storage tunnels to clear them of  grit  and  debris  that  may  have  settled  or  been  left  behind  after  the  stored  combined  sewage  was  transmitted to Metro. In addition a green roof will be installed on the west building.       .    

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Clinton CSO Storage Facility Project Area 

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Project:  

CSO 022/045 Sewer  Separation  Project Location:  Syracuse  Project Owner:  Onondaga County  Sewer shed:   Clinton/Lower MIS &  Midland  Technology:   Sewer Separation  Annual CSO Capture: 1 MG  # CSOs Abated:  2  Completion date:  December 31, 2012  Project Cost:  $6.32 million (est.)  Bid Date:  Not Yet Bid  Prime Contractor:  TBD 

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FACT SHEET  CSO Area 022 and 045 Sewer  Separation Project   

Project Description: In 2000, the separations of 13 separate CSO basins were designed to the 95%  stage. The CSO areas represented basins whose full separation would be cost effective compared to  other  CSO  abatement  technologies.  The  remaining  basins  where  the  full  separation  has  not  been  constructed were CSO Areas 022 and 045. CSO Area 022 is located in downtown Syracuse and the  tributary sewers are located in North Franklin, West Genesee and Willow Streets. The proposed work  to  be  performed  includes  2,000  linear  feet  (LF)  of  new  sanitary  sewer;  800  LF  of  sewer  lining;  and  twenty (20) internal building separations. CSO Area 045 is located south of downtown Syracuse with  the  outfall  at  the  intersection  of  West  Castle  Street,  Hudson  Street  and  Onondaga  Creek.  The  combined sewage tributary to this outfall is conveyed by combined sewers located in Crescent and  Hudson Streets. The proposed work to be performed includes: 700 LF of new storm sewer in Hudson  and  Crescent  Streets,  1200  LF  of  sewer  lining  to  convert  the  existing  combined  sewers  in  Crescent  and Hudson Streets to sanitary sewers and rehabilitation of the existing sanitary sewer in Rich Street  between Hudson and Onondaga Creek; and one (1) private property separation.    Green  Components:      The  County  has  successfully  applied  its  “Greening  the  Gray”  mission  to  the  project  through  the  implementation  of  Green  Infrastructure  as  it  related to the reconstruction of the Pocket Park  on  the  corner  of  West  Genesee  and  North  Clinton  Streets.  The  park  had  fallen  into  disrepair  due  to  settlement  issues  and  will  be  rehabilitated with green components under the  CSO 022 project.      CSO 045 Project Area   

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FACT SHEET  CSO 044 Conveyances Project   

Project:   CSO 044 Conveyances  Project Location:  Syracuse  Project Owner:  Onondaga County  Sewer shed:   Midland  Technology:   Storage & RTF  Annual CSO Capture: 6 MG  # CSOs Abated:  1  Completion date:  December 31, 2011  Project Cost:  $9.9 million (est.)  Bid Date:  September 21, 2010  Prime Contractor:  J.J. Lane 

Project Description The CSO 044 Conveyances Project provides for the transmission of wet weather  flow from CSO 044, which discharges to Onondaga Creek at South Avenue and West Castle Street, to  the  Midland  Regional  Treatment  Facility  (RTF)  on  the  south  side  of  Syracuse. Conveyance  of  the  combined sewer flow to the Midland RTF will be via approximately 500 linear feet of 96‐inch diameter  pipeline  between  the  terminus  of  the  144‐inch  pipeline  installed  under  the  Midland  Phase  Two  RTF  and Conveyances Project to CSO 044.     Green  Components:      In  addition  to  the  pipeline  the  project  will  include  the  construction  of  a  new  regulator structure in South Avenue, and two conveyance flushing chambers. The “Greening the Gray”  components incorporated include the utilization of captured storm water for the flushing chambers,  the installation of rain gardens for storm water infiltration, and an educational interpretive walkway.      .    

                                                                                 

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  FACT SHEET  Harbor Brook Interceptor Sewer  (HBIS) Replacement and CSO  Abatement Project   

HBIS Replacement &  CSO Abatement  Project Location:  Harbor Brook Corridor  from Fayette to  Velasko  Project Owner:  Onondaga County  Sewer shed:   Harbor Brook  Technology:   Interceptor  Replacement  Annual CSO Capture: 36 MG  CSOs Addressed:  9  Completion date:  December 31, 2011  Project Cost:  $22.9 million (est.)  Bid Date:  November 2, 2009  Prime Contractor:  J.J. Lane Construction 

Project  Description:  The  HBIS  Replacement  Project  provides  for  a  much  needed  upgrade  to  the  existing Harbor Brook Interceptor between West Fayette Street and Velasko Road on the west side of  Syracuse. This length of the interceptor sewer conveys dry weather flow and a portion of the combined  flow from CSOs 009, 010, 011, 013, 014, 015, 016, 017, and 018 for conveyance to Metro for treatment.  The  existing  interceptor  is  a  U‐shaped  cast‐in‐place  concrete  pipe  constructed  in  the  1920’s  and  has  fallen into disrepair. Due to the shape and age of the HBIS, flow restrictions have developed which have  decreased  capacity  and  increased  infiltration  in  some  areas. The  project  includes  the  installation  of  7,600 linear feet (LF) of new HBIS ranging in size from 18‐ to 36‐inches in diameter, 1,500 LF of new  local sewers, rehabilitation of 860 LF of 30‐inch brick sewer, installation of 4 new regulator manholes,  and rehabilitation or replacement of 2500 LF of Harbor Brook Culvert. In addition, during construction  the available funding allowed CSO Areas 013 and 016 to be completely separated which will increase  CSO capture and eliminate two CSO discharge points. As a result the capture projection for this project  is anticipated to be 0.9% or 36 MG.    Green Components:  In addition the County has successfully applied its “Greening the Gray” mission to  the  HBIS  Replacement  Project.  The  GI  components  incorporated  into  this  gray  construction  project  include  the  installation  of  approximately  40  enhanced  tree  basins  with  infiltration  zones  and  the  construction of a bio‐retention area that will manage stormwater runoff from an area of approximately  3.2 acres. The enhanced tree basins will be located on Hartson, Herriman and Hoeffler Streets in the  Skunk City area of Syracuse. The bio‐retention area will be located at the corner of Grand Avenue and  Delaware Street and will contain a series of rain gardens and bio‐retention swales which will collect off‐ site  runoff  from  impervious  areas  and  manage  the  on‐site  stormwater  as  well.  The  site  will  have  a  “park‐like” setting with an educational theme.     

                                                                                    

 


Construction Photos – (L to R) – Manhole Installation, Brook Box Culvert Installation, Interceptor Installation 

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FACT SHEET  Lower Harbor Brook CSO  Storage and Conveyances  Project   

Lower Harbor Brook CSO  Conveyances & Storage  Project Location:  State Fair Blvd. near  Harbor Brook, Syracuse  Project Owner:  Onondaga County  Sewer shed:   Harbor Brook  Technology:   Underground Tank  Capacity:   4.9 Million Gallons (MG)  Annual CSO Capture: 55 MG  # CSOs Abated:  3  Completion date:  December 31, 2013  Project Cost:  $44.4 million (est.)  Bid Date:  Not Yet Bid  Prime Contractor:  TBD 

Project Description: The Lower Harbor Brook CSO Conveyances and Storage Facility Project is a 4.9  million gallon combined sewer overflow storage facility that will be located on County owned property  on State Fair Boulevard between Hiawatha Blvd. and West Genesee Street in the City of Syracuse. The  facility will capture and store the overflows from CSO’s 003, 004 and 063 for up to the 1‐year, 2‐hour  design storm event. After the storm event subsides, the contents of the Storage Tank will be pumped  to the existing Harbor Brook Interceptor Sewer for conveyance to the Metropolitan Treatment Plant  (Metro)  for  full  treatment.  The  project  also  includes  construction  of  CSO  conveyance  pipelines  on  State  Fair  Blvd.,  Hiawatha  Blvd.  and  Erie  Blvd.  to  convey  combined  sewage  from  the  overflow  regulators to the storage tanks during rainfall and snowmelt events. Floatables and grit removal will  be included in this facility. Odor control provisions will be incorporated into the facility design and the  tank will be completely enclosed.    Green Components: To further enhance the  sustainability  of  the  facility, the  project includes  green  infrastructure components. The stormwater runoff from the rooftops of the storage tank and controls  building will be stored within the CSO storage tank and used for a second and third cleaning flush of  the tank. This water will ultimately be treated at Metro eliminating the need for this stormwater to be  treated on‐site. The stormwater storage is designed to capture the 100‐year storm (5.2 inches) from  the tank and the control building rooftop. 

 

Lower Harbor Brook CSO Storage Facility – View from State Fair Boulevard 


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GREEN PROJECT UPDATE & GREEN PROJECT FACT SHEETS


Green Project Update:   

Green Program Highlights    Progress continues on the development of the 2011 “Project 50” program as part of the “Save the  Rain” campaign. Several signature projects have advanced to the construction phase including the  OnCenter Green Roof, Connective Corridor Phase I and Erie Canal Museum Green Roof. Additionally,  major projects including: War Memorial water re‐use system, OnCenter parking garage and surface  lot  renovations  and  the  Harrison  streetscape  corridor  have  all  progressed  to  bid  phase  for    procurement of contractors. Progress also continues with several projects reaching the 90% design  threshold.    Non‐GIF Project Status Summary      Projects in Construction Phase: 13  Projects in Bidding Phase: 8  Projects in 90% Phase: 6  Projects in 50% Design Phase: 9  Projects in Fieldwork Phase: 11  Projects in Concept Phase: 4  Projects Completed in 2011: 6  • Townsend Median  • Concord Place  • Green Roof at Elephant Exhibit  • Tree Plantings at Bellevue Academy  • Street Tree Contract (Spring Plantings)  • Rain Barrel Program (2011)                                                       


FACT SHEET Connective Corridor Phase 1 Project Description: The Connective Corridor project is a major infrastructure plan that will create a strong visual and physical link along the major streetscape connections between Syracuse University and the downtown business districts. The project builds upon needed public works improvements, incorporating green infrastructure such as tree trenches and porous pavement into traffic-calming streetscape designs that feature bicycle lanes, landscape buffers between vehicular and pedestrian zones, and enhanced pedestrian facilities. The project required close collaboration and cooperation among the City, Syracuse University, and the County.

Project: GI Technology: Project Location: Project Owner: Sewer shed: Capture Area: Run-off Reduction: Year Completed: Construction Cost: Bid Date: Prime Contractor:

Connective Corridor Phase 1 Green Street University Avenue City of Syracuse Clinton/Lower MIS 326,000 Square Feet 5,742,000 Gallons 2011 $948,717 (bid cost) N/A Barret Paving Materials, Inc.

Existing Conditions

This first phase of the Connective Corridor project involved the design and construction of a “green street� on the section of University Avenue between East Genesee and Waverly Streets, in the heart of the Syracuse University area. The project is one of the most significant collaborations between the City, County and Syracuse University and will address a considerable amount of storm water run-off once completed. In addition to large-scale capture, the project provides a showcase for the implementation of GI in urban settings in a highly-travelled corridor of the City.

Proposed Streetscape Concept


FACT SHEET Erie Canal Museum Green Roof

Project: GI Technology: Project Location: Project Owner: Sewer shed: Capture Area: Run-off Reduction: Year Completed: Construction Cost: Bid Date: Prime Contractor:

Erie Canal Museum Green Roof 318 Erie Blvd. East Onondaga County Clinton/Lower MIS 2,000 Square Feet 39,000 Gallons/PY 2011 $40,480 (conceptual) 6/2/11 J&B Installations

Project Description: The project will take place on the site of the Erie Canal Museum, located on East Water and Market Street and is known for having a comprehensive collection of Erie Canal related documents, photographs, prints, and rare books. Founded in 1962, the museum is housed in the National Register 1850 Weighlock Building. The Erie Canal Museum storm water retrofit project features the installation of a green roof on one of the main buildings at the Erie Canal Museum & Visitor Center. The green roof will feature plantings in a lightweight growing medium on top of a waterproof membrane, designed to capture storm water, irrigate plantings, and allow excess storm water to evapotranspirate ultimately, preventing storm water from leaving the rooftop and entering the combined sewer system.

Example of Green Roof Implementation

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Diagram of Green Roof Implementation


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FACT SHEET Geddes Street Road Reconstruction

Project: GI Technology: Project Location: Project Owner: Sewer shed: Capture Area: Run-off Reduction: Year Completed: Construction Cost: Bid Date: Prime Contractor:

Geddes Street Bioretention 300-500 Blocks of S. Geddes St. City of Syracuse Harbor Brook 29,700 Square Feet 523,000 Gallons/PY 2011 $203,000 (bid) 6/9/11 John R. Dudley Construction

Project Description: The Geddes Street Road Reconstruction Project will be coordinated with needed public roadway improvements along South Geddes Street, which borders the George Fowler High School parking lot and sports fields in addition to other parcels. This project features the design and installation of vegetated curb extensions adjacent to the sidewalk on the western side of the 300-500 blocks of South Geddes Street. Vegetated curb extensions with subsurface infiltration trenches will capture and infiltrate storm water runoff from the right of way, preventing approximately 523,000 gallons per year from entering the combined sewer system.

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Example of a Vegetated Curb Extension


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FACT SHEET Harrison Street Commercial Green Street

Project: GI Technology: Project Location: Project Owner: Sewer shed: Capture Area: Run-off Reduction: Year Completed: Construction Cost: Bid Date: Prime Contractor:

Harrison Street Bio-retention 300 Block of Harrison Street City of Syracuse Clinton/Lower MIS 10,000 Square Feet 180,000 Gallons/PY 2011 $125,000 (conceptual) 7/21/11 N/A

Project Description: The project is located on the southern side of Harrison Street, between Montgomery and State Streets, on the northern side of the OnCenter Convention Center (across from the historic War Memorial Arena). The OnCenter is home to countless entertainment attractions for local, regional and national audiences. Since 1992, the OnCenter has been the premiere convention location for the region. The storm water retrofit project along the 300 block of Harrison Street next to the OnCenter features the installation of a new sidewalk planter that uses bio-retention practices to capture and treat surface runoff from the adjacent roadway. Run off enters the planter via four new curb storm water inlets, irrigating the new native shade trees, ornamental shrubs, and colorful perennials, and then infiltrates through an aggregate trench down into the sub-grade below.

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Proposed Concept streetscape Bio-retention


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FACT SHEET Hazard Library Green Roof

Project: GI Technology: Project Location: Project Owner: Sewer shed: Capture Area: Run-off Reduction: Year Completed: Construction Cost: Bid Date: Prime Contractor:

Hazard Library Green Roof Green Roof 1620 West Genesee Street City of Syracuse Harbor Brook 5,000 Square Feet 88,000 Gallons/PY 2011 $92,000 (conceptual) 6/2/11 J&B Installations

Project Description: The green roof at the Hazard Branch Library project will take place at the site of the Hazard Branch Library, located at the intersection of W. Genesee Str. and St. Mary’s Ave., is a branch of the Onondaga County Library System. The Hazard Branch Library has over 100 years of library service to Syracuse’s West Side. The proposed storm water retrofit project will install a green roof system on a large portion of the existing library rooftop. The green roof will feature plantings in a lightweight growing medium on top of a waterproof membrane, designed to capture storm water, irrigate the plantings, and allow excess storm water to evapotranspirate. The membrane for the roof is currently in-place, with plantings of the sedum turf planned for this fall.

Existing Conditions

Diagram of Green Roof Implementation

Proposed Roof Layout


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FACT SHEET OnCenter Convention Center Green Roof

Project: GI Technology: Project Location: Project Owner: Sewer shed: Capture Area: Run-off Reduction: Year Completed: Construction Cost: Prime Contractor:

OnCenter Green Roof Green Roof 800 South State Street Onondaga County Clinton/Lower MIS 59,000 Square Feet 1,033,000 Gallons/PY 2011 $1,038,000 (bid) J&B Installations

Project Description: The storm water retrofit at the OnCenter Complex is one of several GI projects being constructed on site at the Convention Center. The OnCenter is home to countless entertainment attractions for local, regional and national audiences. Since 1992, the OnCenter has been the premiere convention location for the region. The Green Roof at the OnCenter involves the installation of a green roof system on the 59,000+ square foot rooftop of the Convention Center. The design consists of a waterproof membrane liner that is covered with a layer of lightweight growing medium, and planted with a mix of sedums (low-growing succulent vegetation). The new rooftop landscape is a selfsustaining system, requiring little maintenance once established, and relies upon natural processes to retain and evapotranspirate storm water runoff. Upon completion of the project, the green roof will be one of the largest in the Northeast region.

Existing site conditions

Diagram of Green Roof Implementation

Application of Roof Membrane

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FACT SHEET  OnCenter Municipal   Parking Garage  Project    Description:  The  OnCenter  War  Memorial Arena Parking Garage Project will take    place at the municipal parking garage to the east    of  the  historic  OnCenter/War  Memorial  Arena.    The  OnCenter  is  home  to  countless    entertainment attractions for local, regional and    national  audiences.  Since  1992,  the  OnCenter    has  been   the  premiere  convention  location  for  the region.        The project involves the design and construction    of  rain   gardens  on  the  existing  landscape  surrounding the garage.  This new bio‐retention    feature  will  capture  and  infiltrate  the  storm    water  runoff  coming  from  the  existing  roof    leaders and pipe/downspout infrastructure of the    parking   garage  facility.  Disconnecting  this  existing  infrastructure  from  the  conventional    sewer  system  will  result  in  an  annual  capture  of    approximately 1.3 million gallons of storm water    per year.   

  

 

 

 

              

Project:     GI Technology:   Project Location:  Project Owner:  Sewer shed:     Capture Area:   Run‐off Reduction:   Year Completed:  Construction Cost:  Bid Date:    Prime Contractor: 

OnCenter Parking Garage  Bioretention  817‐835 S. State Street  Onondaga County  Clinton/Lower MIS  72,500 Square Feet  1,277,000 Gallons/PY  2011  $234,000 (est.)  7/21/11  N/A 

Existing Site Conditions 

                                    

Examples of Rain Garden   (Dry and Wet Conditions) 


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FACT SHEET OnCenter Surface Lot

Project Location: Project Owner: Sewer shed: Capture Area: Run-off Reduction: Year Completed: Construction Cost: Bid Date: Prime Contractor:

OnCenter Surface Lot Porous Pavement and Tree Trench 801-813 S. State Street Onondaga County Clinton/Lower MIS 134,000 Square Feet 2,360,000 Gallons/PY 2011 $812,000 (est.) 7/21/11 N/A

Project Description: The project will take place at the existing surface parking lot across the street from the site of the historic War Memorial Arena. The OnCenter is home to countless entertainment attractions for local, regional and national audiences. Since 1992, the OnCenter has been the premiere convention location for the region. The Surface Lot is the site of a storm water retrofit project that will repave the existing parking lot with porous asphalt. In addition to the pavement resurfacing, the project features the design and construction of an infiltration trench along three sides of the parking lot to manage runoff from the entire lot as well as from adjacent streets. The project also features a new tree infiltration trench and a new section of sidewalk.

Porous Asphalt

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Diagram of Porous Pavement


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FACT SHEET Street Tree Plantings Project Description: Tree canopy coverage is vital for urban storm water management, as trees capture and store rainwater in their canopies and root zones, eventually releasing this water over time into the atmosphere through evapotranspiration. Trees also help to slow down and temporarily store storm water runoff due to their physical presence and the ability of tree roots to improve soil conditions to promote infiltration. Urban trees also provide a host of other community benefits including those related to aesthetics, air quality, shading, property values, and energy.

Project: GI Technology: Project Location: Project Owner: Sewer shed: Capture Area: Run-off Reduction: Year Completed: Construction Cost: Prime Contractor:

Street Tree Planting Contract Tree Plantings Various Locations Varies N/A N/A 1,200,000 Gallons/PY 2011 $122,352 (bid) Tumbers Town & Country Landscaping

Street view of tree planting on Herriman Str.

This comprehensive Street Tree Planting Contract addresses stormwater management by specifying and securing plant materials and services for the planting of trees throughout the City of Syracuse as part of the Onondaga County Save the Rain program during the 2011 spring and fall planting seasons. An anticipated 350 balled and burlapped (B&B) trees will be planted during the contract’s first year along with 250 bare root and container trees to be planted by the City-County Arborist and community groups. Ball & Burlap (B & B) Planting Details

Tree planting on Herriman Street


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FACT SHEET Syracuse City School District Institute of Technology Project Description: The storm water retrofit project at the Syracuse City School District (SCSD) Institute of Technology, located at the intersection of E. Genesee Str. and Fellows Ave., is part of the ongoing collaboration between Onondaga County, the SCSD and the City of Syracuse. The school was originally built in 1900 and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1981. The project features sewer separation with water quality treatment as part of an overall renovation and expansion at this site which includes parking lot resurfacing and a new building addition to the main facility. Sewer separation involves the installation of new pipelines to specifically collect and transmit storm water to the nearest water body, while the existing sewer pipeline remains in place to solely convey sewage to a treatment plant. The two separated pipe networks greatly alleviate the amount of storm water that enters the sewer system and allows greater management of wet-weather flow.

Schematic of Separated Sewer (EPA)

Project Location: Project Owner: Sewer shed: Capture Area: Run-off Reduction: Year Completed: Construction Cost: Bid Date: Prime Contractor:

SCSD Institute of Technology Sewer Separation with Water Quality Treatment 258 East Adams Street Syracuse City School District Clinton/Lower MIS 128,000 Square Feet 2,251,000 Gallons/PY 2011 N/A (County not contributing funds for this project) N/A Christa Construction

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Proposed Building Addition and Storm water Plan Version 7/7/2011


FACT SHEET War Memorial Cistern

Project: GI Technology: Project Location: Project Owner: Sewer shed: Capture Area: Run-off Reduction: Year Completed: Construction Cost: Bid Date: Prime Contractor:

War Memorial Cistern Rain Cistern 200 Madison Street Onondaga County Clinton/Lower MIS 44,000 Square Feet 400,000 Gallons/Year 2011 $1,600,000 (conceptual) 6/29/11 N/A

Project Description: The OnCenter War Memorial Arena Rainwater Reuse System Project is located on the site of the Onondaga County War Memorial Arena, bounded by Madison, South State, Harrison, and Montgomery Streets. Since 1951, the War Memorial has been home to countless concerts, conventions and various community events. The Arena is currently the home of the Syracuse Crunch Hockey team of the AHL. The innovative water re-use system will be located within the basement of the Arena and involves the design and construction of approximately 15,000 gallons of below-ground rainwater storage, in addition to the installation of filtration, disinfection, and water reuse technology. The project is intended to recapture rain water and snow melt runoff from the War Memorial Arena roof, reusing the captured runoff primarily for ice production and ice maintenance for events at the arena, including sporting events and family entertainment.

War Memorial Site

Rainwater Reuse System Central Treatment Process


GREEN IMPROVEMENT FUND & GREEN IMPROVEMENT FUND FACT SHEETS


Green Improvement Fund:   

Green Improvement Fund Program Summary    The “Save the Rain” Green Improvement Fund Program continues to provide business owners and  non‐profit  property  owners  grant  opportunities  for  the  installations  of  green  infrastructure  solutions. During the month of June the committee received additional grant applications bringing  the total number of projects under review to 39.    Below is a Green Improvement Fund (GIF) summary and current status of grant applications for the  program: 

                                                  GIF Summary  Applications received  Applications approved  Applications denied  Applications pending  Projects under contract  Projects under construction  Projects completed (2010)  Projects completed (2011) 

39  28  4  7  13  7  2  6 

                 

 

The  “Save  the  Rain”  Green  Improvement  Program  (GIF)  was  initiated  in  March  2010  to  provide  financial  assistance  for  the  installation  of  Green  Infrastructure  (GI)  projects  on  eligible  privately  owned  properties  (commercial/business/not‐for‐profit  owned  properties)  in  the  Clinton,  Harbor  Brook,  and  Midland  combined  sewer  sheds. The  program  has  been  a  tremendous  success  in  reducing  storm  water  runoff  from  privately  owned  property,  as  well  as  increased  the  visibility/awareness of the “Save the Rain” program.      The  2011  version  of  GIF  (Version  2.0)  will  place  a  stronger  emphasis  on  the  gallons  captured  by  a  project,  and  less  emphasis  on  the  project  size  or  number  of  parcels.  Language  in  the  Program  Description  and  Application  documents  have  been  modified  to  better  articulate  program  requirements and streamline the application process/committee review.        GIF  2.0  also  includes  a    modified  “calculator”  –  which  is  the  tool  that  was  originally  developed  to  evaluate typical maximum costs for GI projects and therefore funding ceilings for applications.  The  new  calculator  includes  better  unit  price  data,  based  on  information  obtained  in  the  2010  construction  season, as well as a maximum funding limit based  on gallons captured. Although  the  new  calculator  streamlines  application  evaluation  through  more  uniform  funding  criteria,  when  processing the last year’s worth of applications – we do not find the new formula to provide grossly  different results.        The  2011  version  is  the  next  step  in  enhancing  the  GIF  program  and  implementing  policies  that  improve  efficiency.    The  GIF  committee  and  leadership  will  continue  to  monitor  the  program  to  ensure the program is operating effectively.  

     

 


FACT SHEET Dunbar Association Project Description: The green infrastructure project at the Dunbar Center, located near the intersection of East Castle and South State Streets, converted approximately 18,600 square feet of impervious area that drained directly to combined sewers in the Midland sewer district. The project included conversion of an existing 12,800 square feet parking lot and driveway area from a total impervious area to a combination of conventional asphalt and porous concrete. The parking lot was designed to collect storm water in the center of the lot and allow runoff to be collected in a porous concrete strip in the center island. Additionally, storm water run-off from the roof was diverted to the porous parking lot to prevent discharge to the sewer system.

Project: Project Owner: GI Technology: Project Location: Project Owner: Sewer shed: Capture Area: Run-off Reduction: Year Completed: GIF Funding:

Dunbar Association Private Porous pavement 1453 South State Street Onondaga County Midland 15,800 Square Feet 225,000 Gallons/Year 2010 $100,000

Porous Strip - Parking Lot (view from North)

The project was designed to capture and infiltrate at least one inch of storm water runoff from the site. The renovations completed during the construction of this project, combined with existing rain gardens constructed on the property, will allow the site to capture an estimated annual runoff volume of 225,000 gallons. Porous Strip - Parking Lot Entrance

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FACT SHEET Hotel Skyler

Project: Project Owner: GI Technology: Project Location: Project Owner: Sewer shed: Capture Area: Run-off Reduction: Year Completed: GIF Funding :

Project Description: The green infrastructure project at Hotel Skyler, located near the intersection of South Crouse Avenue and Harrison Street, involved the renovations of two separate areas on site to reduce and reuse storm water runoff. The first renovation involved the conversion of an existing 9,800 square feet asphalt parking lot to a porous lot utilizing brick pavers with structural soils and subsurface infiltration.

Hotel Skyler Private Porous pavement and cistern 609 South Crouse Avenue Onondaga County Clinton 9,800 Square Feet 173,000 Gallons/Year 2010 $100,000

Parking Lot – Main Entrance

The other project included the installation of two dry wells (also called cisterns) to capture storm water that may be used in place of potable water for flushing of toilets in the facility. The project was designed to store or infiltrate at least one inch of rainfall, which will allow the site to capture a total estimated annual storm water runoff of 173,000 gallons.

View From S. Crouse Ave. ity Hall

View from Building Rear ity Hall

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FACT SHEET Jefferson Clinton Commons

Project: Project Owner: GI Technology: Project Location: Project Owner: Sewer shed: Capture Area: Run-off Reduction: Year Completed: GIF funding

Project Description: Description: The project at Jefferson Project Clinton Commons was completed in 2010 and converted approximately 17,000 square feet of impervious surface and roof areas of the property located near the intersection of West Jefferson and South Clinton Streets. The project transformed an existing 15,000 square feet of asphalt parking lot into a porous pavement lot that features the use of porous concrete, structural soils and subsurface infiltration to capture storm water runoff.

Jefferson Clinton Commons Private Porous pavement and green roof 500 South Clinton Street Onondaga County Clinton 17,000 Square Feet 299,000 Gallons/Year 2010 $100,000

View from S. Clinton

Additionally, 2,000 square feet of impervious area was converted utilizing a roof garden application to capture storm water. Various landscaping features were added to the front of the building to capture additional storm water and remove it from the combined sewer system. The project was designed to capture a total estimated annual storm water runoff of 299,000 gallons.

Sidewalk view

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FACT SHEET King + King Architects Project Description: As part of a complete building renovation for the new King & King Architects building located at the northeastern corner of West Street and West Jefferson Street in downtown Syracuse, a partial green roof system was installed. The project integrated a comprehensive vegetated roof system for approximately 11,200 square feet of roof surface on the property. The building required the installation of a thermoplastic polyolefin (TPO) roofing layer with a structural reinforcement system to allow green roof loading. The new green roof installation covers approximately 30% of the actual roof area, while capturing 100% of the roof run-off that previously drained to the combined sewer system. The impervious portion of the new roof drains into green space located on the north side of the building, which has been re-established with native and adaptive wildflowers and grasses to promote storm water infiltration. The King + King building have been certified as LEED Platinum facility by the U.S. Green Building Council and is the first facility in Onondaga County to achieve this status.

Project: Project Owner: GI Technology: Project Location: Project Owner: Sewer shed: Capture Area: Run-off Reduction: Year Completed: GIF Funding:

King + King Architects Private Green Roof 358 W. Jefferson St. Onondaga County Clinton 11,200 Square Feet 197,000 Gallons/Year 2010 $100,000

View of roof top before (solar panels are part of a separate project)

Rooftop with green roof installed

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FACT SHEET Near Westside Initiative – Artist Studio and Apartment Project Description: In 2010 a green infrastructure project at the Near Westside Artist Studio and Apartment, located near the intersection of Tully and Wyoming Streets, involved the conversion of 7,400 square feet of impervious area to pervious area. The project transformed 900 square feet of asphalt and concrete sidewalks into porous concrete sidewalks, which included a subsurface infiltration layer. A rain garden was installed on the east side of the property to reduce impervious area and provide temporary storage for runoff from the 1,100 square foot roof. Lastly, a vegetated infiltration basin was constructed to convert an existing 5,400 square feet of impervious asphalt into pervious landscaping with new tree and shrub plantings. All improvements promoted the infiltration of storm water runoff. The project was designed to capture and infiltrate at least one inch of rain from the roof as well as surrounding impervious areas, resulting in a total estimated annual storm water capture of 130,000 gallons.

Project Location: Project Owner: Sewer shed: Capture Area: Run-off Reduction: Year Completed: GIF Funding:

Artist Studio and Apartment Private Porous Pavement, Rain Garden, and Infiltration Basin Tully and Wyoming Streets Onondaga County Clinton 7,400 Square Feet 130,000 Gallons/Year 2010 $22,769

Site conditions prior to renovation

Restored site post construction Rain Garden

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FACT SHEET Near Westside Initiative – Lincoln Building

Project Location: Project Owner: Sewer shed: Capture Area: Run-off Reduction: Year Completed: GIF Funding:

Lincoln Building Private Bio-retention, Tree Planters, and Infiltration Trenches 109 Otisco Street Onondaga County Clinton 27,000 Square Feet 476,000 Gallons/Year 2010 $78,000

Project Description: The Lincoln Building site, located near the intersection of Otisco and Wyoming Streets, was renovated to incorporate green infrastructure components into a comprehensive storm water management system. The main feature of the project is the installation of a dry well system (cistern) to capture storm water run-off on site. Additionally, the construction of a bio-retention garden, tree planter boxes and infiltration trenches were Before installed adjacent to sidewalk areas to provide further capture. The design also featured pretreatment technology, including engineered soil and native and ornamental tree and shrub plantings.

Bio-retention parking lot facing East

The total captured impervious area is 27,000 square feet. Approximately 93% of the area is directly captured within the newly landscaped area. The project was designed to capture and infiltrate at least one inch of storm water runoff from the site, resulting in a total estimated annual storm water runoff volume of 476,000 gallons.

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FACT SHEET St. Lucy’s Church

Project: Project Owner: GI Technology: Project Location: Project Owner: Sewer shed: Capture Area: Run-off Reduction: Year Completed: GIF Funding:

St. Lucy’s Church Nonprofit Porous pavement 316-320 Seymour Street Onondaga County Clinton 20,000 Square Feet 246,000 Gallons/Year 2011 $125,000

Project Description: Green infrastructure renovations at St. Lucy’s Church included the re-development of three vacant parcels which previously had drained directly onto Seymour and Gifford Streets in the combined sewer system. The project included the construction of approximately 20,000 square feet of porous pavement (asphalt) in the parking lot, with structural soils and subsurface infiltration to collect and store run-off from the property. The parking lot size was increased and provided additional capture benefit through the use of porous materials. Landscaping features and a rain garden application were also added to the site to maximize capture potential and provide a significant demonstration area for the neighborhood.

View looking towards Gifford Street

The project was designed to capture and infiltrate at least one inch of storm water runoff from the overall parking area, resulting in a total annual capture of approximately 246,000 gallons of rain annually.

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GREEN IMPROVEMENT FUND Program Description and Application

Onondaga County Department of Water Environment Protection Joanne M. Mahoney, County Executive Michael Lannon, P.E., Acting Commissioner June 2011

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Background: The County’s Department of Water Environment Protection (“WEP”) is sponsoring a grant incentive program, the Green Improvement Fund (“GIF”), to provide financial incentives for the installation of Green Infrastructure projects including but not limited to: tree trenches, planter boxes, porous pavement, bioswales, rain gardens, green roofs, green streetscapes and cisterns as an aspect of the development or redevelopment and/or retrofitting of certain classes of privately owned properties (commercial, business, and not-for-profit owned properties) in the Clinton, Harbor Brook and Midland Combined Sewer sheds (CSS) as outlined in the attached map and generally located in the City of Syracuse. Eligibility: An Owner of a commercial, business or not-for-profit facility located in the Clinton, Harbor Brook and Midland Combined Sewer sheds, who is proposing to undertake an otherwise privately sponsored development or redevelopment project can apply for a GIF grant. An “Owner” is defined as any person or business that can provide evidence to Onondaga County of fee simple title or a lease to the property. Tenant applicants possessing a lease to the property and/or commercial facility must have the written consent of the Owner. Eligible Project Reimbursement Costs for a GIF grant: Eligible reimbursement expenses include: (1) the design and engineering costs for site specific Green Infrastructure measures for the property, (2) structural analysis (up to max of $3,500.00) and soil testing (up to max of $2,000.00)costs to determine suitability of project, (3) development of a maintenance plan; and (4) construction costs to modify site and install green infrastructure that exceeds the threshold storm water capture requirements made applicable by state or local MS4 permit requirements. All projects funded through this program shall comply with any and all environmental laws and applicable permits. The owner is responsible for obtaining all applicable permits. Onondaga County must review all plans and specifications and verify that the proposed incorporation of green infrastructure will reduce storm water run-off beyond what is required by state and local MS4 permit requirements. This review will be required before construction begins for the project to remain eligible for reimbursement. No funding is guaranteed prior to full review and approval by the County. Application Process: The GIF application process will be on a rolling, first come/first served basis. Any project Owner seeking GIF funds must complete a GIF Application form, and submit all required documents, including the GIF Application Checklist to: Department of Water Environment Protection ATTN: GIF Program 650 Hiawatha Boulevard West Syracuse, NY 13204 Retroactive Funding Eligibility: Retroactive funding is available for green Infrastructure projects completed no more than 3 calendar months from the date of application receipt upon review and approval by County. Available Funding: Applicants determined to be eligible for a GIF reimbursement grant can receive a grant of Up to 100% of the eligible costs associated with the implementation of the green infrastructure components for a project, with a maximum assistance of $200,000.00 for a single project. Final award determination will be based primarily on the amount of storm water reduction (measured by gallons captured) achieved through implementation of the green infrastructure solution. The GIF committee will review the scope-of-project Revised 5/31/2011 2


and analyze the amount of impervious area being managed through green infrastructure with award levels established based on the quantity of annual capture of storm water. Applicants should strive to be as cost effective as possible in the development of the project. The GIF committee will consider cost-effectiveness as a criterion in determining grant awards but this will not be the only consideration (please see Selection Criteria section for full list of considerations). Grant funding will ONLY cover costs for the installation of Green Infrastructure solutions above and beyond traditional (not green) construction practices including: design and engineering costs and construction costs. All grants shall be on a reimbursement basis to be awarded only after Green Infrastructure is installed, verified by WEP, proof of payments and expenditures is provided and all other requirements for funding are met. Eligible projects shall have a minimum total storm water reduction of at least 60,000 gallons captured through green infrastructure enhancements to be eligible for funding. Selection Criteria for Green Infrastructure Projects: Selection of grant recipients will be based on the following considerations: (1) available funding for eligible costs; (2) location, extent and/or size of project; potential volume and effectiveness on runoff reduction in the sewer shed; (3) amount (sq. footage) of impervious surfaces managed by green infrastructure; (4) overall cost effectiveness of project; (5) location and visibility of project for educational purposes and (6) inclusion of an effective maintenance plan. Onondaga County will select projects that closely meet GIF program goals based on selection criteria. Decisions on projects and level of funding selected for the GIF Program rest solely with Onondaga County’s Department of Water Environment Protection, whose decisions shall be final. Decisions on awards shall be made within 60 days of submittal of a completed application. Construction and Monitoring Requirements: Applicant should comply with all state and local laws. Grantees must allow WEP and its representatives access to site for volume capture monitoring pursuant to the life of the contract between the County and the GIF award winner. The Owner agrees to allow the County use of photos of the project in various stages of completion for promotional purposes and placement on the county website. Other Requirements for Receiving GIF Funding: Each applicant must complete and sign a detailed statement which outlines specific costs of green infrastructure improvement. Projects that include additional infrastructure construction work beyond green infrastructure improvements should demonstrate how the green infrastructure portion of the project relates to the overall scope of work. In addition, the applicant shall provide a detailed contour/topographic drainage plan depicting the existing surface area tributary to the CSS as it relates to the applicant’s parcel. The applicant shall also provide their proposed drainage plan (via conceptual diagram or map) indicating how much of the existing surface area once tributary to the CSS will be removed and diverted to their proposed green infrastructure or pretreated separated discharge. The drainage plan must include a description of ground cover characteristics indicating impervious (nonporous) and pervious (porous) cover types. A calculation of each, total impervious cover type and pervious cover type removed from the CSS must be provided. If available, the proposed drainage plan should be provided to the County in digital format. Revised 5/31/2011

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The volumetric capacity of each proposed green infrastructure system must be provided. Project Completion and Reimbursement Procedures: Once the Grantee has finished installation of Green Infrastructure, the Grantee must contact WEP to schedule a final walk-through to ensure project has been installed in accordance with all requirements of the GIF program and the Grantee’s approved application. If WEP determines that the project has been completed successfully, WEP will issue a Certificate of Completion. After the Certificate of Completion is issued, the Grantee shall have sixty (60) calendar days to submit a completed Claim Form (provided by WEP) requesting payment. Funding awarded under the GIF program will be disbursed in a one-time, lump sum payment to the Grantee. All applicants must demonstrate that they have a long-term general maintenance agreement/plan for Green Infrastructure projects Upon completion of project construction, grantee must contact the County (WEP) to schedule final procedures and walk-through. Grantees can contact OCDWEP via the contact information below: Department of Water Environment Protection ATTN: GIF Program 650 Hiawatha Boulevard West Syracuse, NY 13204 315-435-2260 Green Infrastructure Technology Definitions A Green roof is a flat or nearly flat roof of a building that is partially or completely covered with vegetation and soil or a growing medium, planted over a waterproof membrane. Green roofs are used for storm water management and energy savings, as well as for aesthetic benefits. Green roofs absorb storm water and release some of it back into the atmosphere through evaporation and plant transpiration, while reducing urban temperatures. A green roof typically includes installation of an approximately two to sixinch deep system consisting of a root anti-penetration layer, a drainage layer, a water filtration fabric, a growing medium and drought-tolerant living plants designed to be low-maintenance.(Includes capture attained utilizing a roof garden application). Bioswales (or vegetated swales or rain gardens) are area wide, shallow channels with a dense stand of vegetation covering the side slopes and bottom. Swales can be natural or constructed and are designed to promote infiltration, reduce the flow velocity of storm water runoff and maximize the amount of time water spends in the swale, which also aids in trapping particulate pollutants and silt. Bioswales are commonly used around parking lots. Variations on vegetated swale systems, such as rain gardens, bioretention basins and bio-infiltration systems may also be funded under this grant. Porous Pavement (also known as pervious paving or permeable pavement), is a term used to describe paving material and methods for driveways, parking lots, sidewalks and pathways that allow precipitation to infiltrate through the paving material to the soil below. Porous paving materials available today include: porous asphalt, porous concrete, pavers or bricks and other proprietary materials produced using a stone aggregate and a binding product. Cisterns are large receptacles for holding rainwater/runoff that are connected to a collection system on a nearby building/structure. Rainwater can be stored in the cisterns and may be reused to water gardens and lawns. Cisterns may range in capacity from about 50 gallons to thousands of gallons. Revised 5/31/2011 4


Tree Trenches/Tree Planter Boxes are designed to hold one or more trees and are built to capture and store additional storm water runoff to keep runoff out of streets and sewers and provide water for the trees. They can be connected to a nearby facility’s gutter system or placed along streets, between streets and sidewalks. Trenches may include amended soils, aggregate for storage and infiltration, perforated pipe for distribution and geotextile lining to enclose the trench. Storm water Planters are deep planting boxes that receive roof runoff releasing it to a conveyance system, cistern or groundwater. Storm water planters can be raised or flush with the surrounding landscape. Vegetation in the planter usually is comprised of perennials and/or small shrubs. Storm water planters are generally not recommended for treatment of road or parking lot runoff. Application, Approval, Construction, and Reimbursement Process STEP ONE: APPLICATION PROCESS A GIF application is considered COMPLETE when the applicant submits: ___Completed application form ___Basis of engineering design and project narrative ___Engineering analysis (structural, soil testing, etc.) ___Survey or Site Plan ___Green infrastructure enhancement plan and specifications ___Individual Budgets for “green” and “gray” components ___If project is bank-financed, a letter of interest from proposed lender ___Legal description of property involved, including description of leased premises (floor plan and legal description), if applicable ___Permits required and/or applied for ___W-9 Form NOTES: *Owner Applicant must supply copies of deed, title policy, or purchase option or contract. **Tenant Applicant must supply copies of lease or lease proposal and Owner’s Consent Letter with minimum 5-year lease-term agreement Onondaga County (WEP) will review the application and notify the Applicant whether or not the project will be recommended for funding, and if so, the amount of GIF assistance approved. STEP TWO: APPROVAL PROCESS If the project is recommended by Onondaga County (WEP), a contract agreement will be prepared between the County and the Applicant. The Applicant must provide the following prior to approval of the Agreement: ___Proof of equity and lender financing ___Detailed project budget (final estimate) ___Copies of all required permits ___Detailed final design sealed by a New York State Licensed Design Professional (architect, landscape architect, professional engineer) ___Copy of maintenance agreement/plan for project ___Any other legal documents as required by Onondaga County (WEP) including Proof of County Acceptance of design Revised 5/31/2011

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STEP THREE: CONSTRUCTION Prior to commencing construction: ___Grantee must notify representative for Onondaga County (WEP) prior to commencement and upon completion of project. During Construction: ___Grantee will maintain construction records & photograph progress. The County (WEP) has the right to inspect construction progress and photograph the project. After Construction: ___Once construction is completed and proof of completion has been provided, WEP will conduct a final walk-through of the project and issue a Certificate of Completion. ___Monitoring data and As-Builts should be submitted if applicable. ___Maintenance records must be kept and submitted as requested STEP FOUR: REIMBURSEMENT The Grantee must provide: ___A signed copy of Certificate of Completion ___A completed Claim Form to WEP (provided by WEP) within 60 days of the issuance of the Certificate of Completion ___Documentation of sub contract certification (if applicable for project) ___Copy of approved maintenance agreement

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Green Improvement Fund Application I. Applicant Information

A. Business/Organization Information: 1. Applicant Name: 2. What does your business/organization do? 3. Address of Business/Organization: 4. Contact Person: a. Phone Number: b. Fax Number: c. Email Address: 5. Type of Business Entity (Please Check One): a. Sole Proprietorship: b. Partnership: c. For-Profit Corporation: d. Non-Profit Corporation: e. Limited Liability Company: f. Other (Please Describe): B. Property Information (Can be Obtained Online at www.maphost.com/syracuse-onondaga): 1. Street Address: 2. Tax ID: 3. Property Identification Number: 4. Sewer shed (Please Check One, Refer to XXX for Sewer shed Map): a. Clinton: b. Harbor Brook: c. Midland: d. Not Known: 5. Does the Applicant Currently Own or Lease the Property? (Please Check One) a. Own: b. Lease: c. Other (Please Explain):

Note: If Applicant does not own the property, the Applicant must provide a copy of any existing lease or lease option contract, and Letter of Consent to construct Project from the Owner.

II. Project Description:

A. Project Green Infrastructure Information: Green Infrastructure (GI) Type

Unit

Green Roof

Square Feet

Cistern

Gallons

Bioswale/bioretention/rain garden

Square Feet

Revised 5/31/2011

Proposed Impervious Area Pervious Area Amount/ Size Tributary to GI Tributary to GI of GI (SF) (SF)

7


Porous Pavement

Square Feet

Tree planters/trenches

Number of Trees

Other (please specify): Note: Attach any plans, drawing or sketches that illustrate the proposed Project and green infrastructure technology(ies). Attach a property survey of the location where green infrastructure technology(ies) will be implemented, if available. 1. Provide the Parcel controlled existing tributary drainage areas to the Combined Sewer System: a. Impervious Area: __________ square feet b. Pervious Area: ___________ square feet 2. Provide the Parcel controlled proposed tributary drainage areas to the Combined Sewer System: a. Impervious Area: __________ square feet b. Pervious Area: ___________ square feet 3. Provide the amount of runoff from the proposed impervious drainage area above that will be captured in the green technologies. a. Runoff _________ gallons 4. Provide 3-4 sentences to summarize the Project (use additional sheets if necessary): _____________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ 5. Describe existing conditions that will be improved by your Project (attach photos): _____________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________ 6. Is the use of green technologies in this Project part of a larger construction project? If so, briefly describe: _____________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ 7. Provide the amount of GIF funding requested for this Project: ___________________ Note: Attach Project Budget with details on anticipated costs; including breakdown by design, construction, maintenance, permitting, etc. 8. Proposed Project Schedule (Month/Year): a. Design Completed Date: ______________ b. Construction Start Date: ______________ c. Construction Completed Date: ____________ 9. Has any other government assistance (funds, tax incentives or other economic benefits) been provided to the applicant for the purposes of this Project? (Please Check Yes or No) a. Yes: b. No: c. If Yes, describe the type and amount of assistance provided (Federal, State, Other): _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________

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III. Maintenance Agreement: Applicant must enter into a long-term general maintenance agreement to receive GIF funding. Briefly describe the maintenance plan for this project: _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________ IV. Signature I, the undersigned, affirm that the project descriptions, numerical and financial estimates, and all other information I have provided in this application are true and complete to the best of my knowledge. I have read and understood the requirements described in this application. I certify that I am authorized to initiate the GIF funding application process on behalf of the project described, that the green infrastructure project will be constructed, in its entirety, on property owned or leased by the applicant. Signed: ______________________________________ Print Name: ___________________________________ Title: __________________________________ Date: __________________ Legal Disclaimer Completion of this application does not entitle the Applicant to financial assistance. Any such assistance must be approved by WEP. Additional information may be requested to consider this application complete. Applicant must comply with all applicable federal, state, and local laws, including environmental laws and permitting requirements. Application with required attachments must be submitted to: GIF Program Department of Water Environment Protection 650 Hiawatha Boulevard West, Syracuse, NY 13204 Questions may be referred to the County Department of Water Environment Protection GIF program: 315-435-2260.

Revised 5/31/2011

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METRO WWTP PHOSPHORUS PROJECTS /TMDL/AMBIENT MONITORING PROGRAM UPDATE


Metro WWTP Phosphorus Projects/TMDL/Ambient Monitoring              Program Update:    Metro Phosphorus Optimization Project  • Initiated full scale plant testing of polyaluminum chloride on HRFS Train 4.   • Conducted a briefing meeting on 6/28/11 with "All ACJ Parties" presenting preliminary  project results and summary of May 20, 2011 project update memo.     Metro Phosphorus Work Plan Project  • Work continued on watershed analysis and "other alternatives".  • Conducted a briefing meeting on 6/28/11 with "All ACJ Parties" presenting preliminary  project  results including the Limit of Technology (LOT)  analysis and water quality analysis.  • Work continued on the financial capability analysis.   

Onondaga Lake Water Quality Model/TMDL  • • •

Completed response to peer reviewers findings on the sediment flux memo.  Completed six preliminary model scenario runs for discussion with OLP team on 7/6/11.  Teleconference held to discuss TMDL status with NYSDEC and USEPA on 6/23/11.

 

Ambient Monitoring Program    WATER QUALITY SAMPLING:    Tributary Sampling  • Tributary Bacteria sampling events conducted on June 9, 13 and 30.  • Tributary Quarterly sampling event conducted on June 14.  • Tributary Biweekly sampling event conducted on June 28.    Tributary Compliance Assessment (May 2011)  • The five (5) bacteria samples collected in May 2011 indicate compliance with the NYS  Ambient Water Quality Standards (AWQS) for Fecal Coliform bacteria for all tributary  sampling locations except for the Harbor Brook at Hiawatha Boulevard, Allied East Flume‐ MH 015 and Ley Creek at Park Street.                                           


Onondaga Lake Sampling  • Lake Biweekly with Special Weekly sampling event  conducted on June 1 and 7.  • Lake Quarterly with Special Weekly sampling  event conducted on June 21.  • Lake Bacteria only sampling event conducted on  June 23.  • Lake Special Weekly sampling event conducted on  June 27.               

Onondaga Lake Compliance Assessment (2011 to‐date)  • The very wet weather in the spring of 2011 affected lake water quality conditions  through May; note the elevated TP concentration. TP concentration in the upper  waters has declined substantially in June, as the rains have subsided. Year‐to‐date  average TP meets the NYDSEC guidance value of 0.02 mg/l (assessed June 1 ‐ Sept  30).  • A minor algal bloom was evident in May, likely due to increased phosphorus  levels.  • Water clarity has been lower in early 2011 to‐date, likely a consequence of the  spring rains and heavy runoff, coupled with the minor algal bloom.   • The five (5) bacteria samples collected in May 2011 indicate compliance with the  NYS AWQS for Fecal Coliform bacteria for all in‐lake and near‐shore stations in the  lake except for the Lake Nearshore Onondaga Creek sampling location.    


Biological Monitoring Program:  • Completed two Pelagic Larval sampling events, June 3 (Event 4) and 23 (Event 5).  • Completed Littoral Adults Boat Electrofishing (Spring event) on June 5 ‐ June 8.  • Completed Alewife Gill Net event on June 9.  • Completed Adult Fish Profundal Zone event (Spring Gill Nets) on June 15.  • Completed Nesting survey on June 16.   • Completed Juvenile Seines (Event 1) on June 20 and 22.     The results from the above described sampling program are still being evaluated.  It is noted that  several Round Gobies an invasive fish species, were captured during the subject sampling.                                                                     


LEGISLATIVE /REGULATORY UPDATE


Legislative/Regulatory Update:    Action Items for the County Legislature in the Month of June:  • Amending the 2011 County budget to provide funds to address Honeywell remediation  issues. ($100,000).               Action Items for the Environmental Protection Committee in the Month of July:  • Lake Improvement: ACJ update.  •   •

                             

     

Urban Forestry Update – Informational appearance.  Authorizing and ratifying the County of Onondaga to act as lead agency for the War  Memorial Arena at OnCenter Rainwater Reuse System Project, the Harbor Brook CSO 018  Constructed Wetlands Pilot Treatment System Project, and the Syracuse City Hall Forecourt  Plaza Landscape Enhancements Project (the “projects”) under the State Environmental  Quality Review Act (SEQRA) and the State Environmental Review Process (SERP);  determining the classification of a Type I Action; adopting a negative declaration; and  authorizing the publication, circulation, service and filing of the environmental assessment  form, and the negative declaration.  Amending the 2011 County budget to accept grant funds from the United States  Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Urban and Community Forestry Program for the  Urban Forestry Tree Plantings on Brownfields Sites Project. 


FINANCIAL UPDATE


Financial Update:    Contracts    New Contracts   Green Infrastructure Fund  • Contract with Alexander West Properties, LLC for reimbursement of green improvements in  the Midland Sewershed.  • Contract Amount:  $81,000.  Executed:  6/3/11.    Amendments to Existing Contracts   • None to report.    Change Orders  • Townsend Street Parking Lot and Median  o Contract with Davis Wallbridge, Inc. amended to include costs associated with    repair to granite curbing damaged by snow.  o Change Order Amount: $5,595.96.  Executed: 6/3/11.   

Funding    Grants  • None to report.   

 

State Bond Act Funds  • None to report.  • Total payments received to date in State Bond Act funds: $128,780,000.    Federal EPA Funds  • Reimbursements requested in June: $700,646.  • Total received to date in Federal EPA funds: $83,074,381. 

  Federal Army Corps of Engineers Funds  • Reimbursements requested in June: None  • Total received to date from US Army Corps of Engineers funds ‐ $14,506,177.    Loans    • Reimbursement requests to EFC in June:  None    Total reimbursement monies received to date through EFC loans for the funded ACJ projects:  $184,718,100 (short‐term) and $40,062,687 (long‐term). 

         


June 2011

Onondaga County Lake Improvement Project 4th Stipulation of the ACJ Clinton/Lower MIS CSO Improvements Summary of Current and County Authorizations

Total Project Costs Total Proposed Budget

Project /Task/Line Item Clinton Street CSO Facility Planning (Original) Engineering Services (EEA) $ Original Facility Plan Subtotal $ Clinton Street CSO Conveyances Project Contract No. 1 - Phase 1 Conveyances (Delaney) Contract No. 2 - Phase 2A Conveyances (Delaney) Construction Testing (CME) Engineering/Construction Services (CDM/C&S) Conveyances Subtotal

Expended To Date

751,266 $ 751,266 $

$ $ $ $ $

Authorization Remaining

751,266 $ 751,266 $

14,478,053 4,074,455 5,095 2,737,369 21,294,972

$ $ $ $ $

(0) (0)

$ $ $ $ $

14,478,053 4,074,455 5,095 2,738,000 21,295,603

(0) (0) 0 631 631

Clinton Storage Project Construction Estimate (with contingency) Engineering Services (EEA and others) Construction Management and Administration Project Escalation to Midpoint of Construction CSO Storage Subtotal

$ $ $ $ $

58,000,000 8,500,000 $ 3,600,000 3,500,000 73,600,000 $

$ 6,071,090 $ $ $ 6,071,090 $

58,000,000 2,428,910 3,600,000 3,500,000 67,528,910

Facility Plan for CSOs 027 & 029 Construction Estimate Engineering Services (Ch2MHill) Engineering Services (TBD) County Administration and Other Costs Facility Plan Subtotal

$ $ $ $ $

3,100,000 88,944 $ 770,000 3,958,944 $

$ 87,886 $ $ $ 87,886 $

3,100,000 1,058 770,000 3,871,058

Clinton/Lower MIS Green Implementation Program Construction Contracts incl. GIF Public/Private $ Ch2MHill Program Management & Engineering $ Green Subtotal $

38,508,611 $ 15,900,000 $ 54,408,611 $

2,053,766 $ 3,620,636 $ 5,674,403 $

36,454,845 12,279,364 48,734,208

Program Management Project Management (CDM/C&S) $ Project Management for Facility Plan (CDM/C&S) (2) $ Program Management Subtotal $

1,811,903 $ 1,811,903 $

1,241,023

$ $ 1,241,023 $

570,880 570,880

$ $ $ $ $ $ Miscellaneous Subtotal $

4,132,400 4,861,000 64,564 226,334 175,832 117,644 9,577,774

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

2,077,200 3,799,547 50,218 226,334 33,126 78,441 6,264,865

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

2,055,200 1,061,453 14,347 0 142,706 39,203 3,312,909

Total $

165,404,101

$

41,385,506

$

124,018,595

(1)

Miscellaneous County Costs Land Acquisition IMA Legal Consulting (John Clare & Mezey) Debt Other

Authorized Master Budget 165,500,000

Notes: (1) Includes engineering costs from original Clinton RTF Project (2) CDM/C&S Project Management costs are included in the total facility plan costs


June 2011

Onondaga County Lake Improvement Project 4th Stipulation of the ACJ Harbor Brook Drainage Basin CSO Abatement Summary of Current and Proposed Costs, and County Authorizations Total Project Costs Total Proposed Budget

Project /Task/Line Item

Expended to Date

Authorization Remaining

Harbor Brook CSO Abatement Project Original Engineering Expenses

$

5,500,000

$

5,500,000

$

HBIS Replacement and CSO Abatement Project Construction Contract No. 1 (JJ Lane) Other Miscellaneous Work Engineering/Construction Sevices (CDM/C&S) County Administration and Other Costs

$ $ $ $

18,289,918 2,482,920 2,012,615 114,547

$ $ $ $

15,041,377 1,780,800 90,111

$ $ $ $

3,248,541 2,482,920 231,815 24,436

HBIS Replacement and CSO Abatement Project Total $

22,900,000

$

16,912,288

$

5,987,712

$ $

1,150,674 233,173

$

1,383,848

$ $ $ $ $

34,502,000 3,049,326 3,156,827 2,280,000 42,988,152

12,000,000 1,809,812 800,000 400,000 15,009,812

Lower Harbor Brook Storage & Conveyance Construction Estimate (with contingency) Engineering Services (EEA) Engineering Services (CDM/C&S) Project Escalation to Midpoint of Construction Lower Harbor Brook Storage & Conv Total

-

$ $ $ $ $

34,502,000 4,200,000 3,390,000 2,280,000 44,372,000

$ $ $ $ FCF Program Total $

12,000,000 1,878,731 800,000 400,000 15,078,731

$

68,919

$

68,919

$ $ $ $ $

Other Harbor Brook Green Construction Contracts incl. GIF Public/Private & Rain Barrels $ Ch2MHill Engineering & Program Management $ Harbor Brook Green Project Total $

9,300,000 3,650,000 12,950,000

$ $ $

318,182 989,877 1,308,059

$ $ $

8,981,818 2,660,123 11,641,941

Program Management Project Management (CDM/C&S) $ Project Management for FCF Plan Implem (CDM/C&S) $ Program Management Total $

499,269 499,269

$

148,510

$

350,759

$

148,510

$

350,759

Harbor Brook Mitigation

$

3,500,000

$

3,265,000

$

235,000

Total Costs for Harbor Brook CSO Area under 4th Stip

$

104,800,000

$

28,586,623

$

76,213,377

Harbor Brook CSOs FCF Program Construction Estimate Engineering Services (Arcadis) County Administration and Other Costs Project Escalation to Midpoint of Construction


June 2011

Onondaga County Lake Improvement Project 4th Stipulation of the ACJ Midland CSO Abatement Summary of Current and Proposed Costs, and County Authorizations

Total Project Costs Total Proposed Budget

Project /Task/Line Item Midland Ave. RTF & Conveyances Midland Phase 1 Conveyances - Construction Midland Phase 2 RTF & Conveyances - Construction Midland Demolition Contracts - Construction Other Construction Phase 1 and 2 Engineering (Parsons & EEA) CME Construction Testing RTF Modifications (Construction, Eng, CM, Admin) Facility Plan Total CSO 044 Conveyances Project Contract No. 6. - JJ Lane Construction Contingency 5% Engineering Services (EEA) Construction Management Sevices (CDM/C&S) see below Conveyances Project Total FCF Facility Plan Construction Estimate Engineering Services (Arcadis and others) Construction Management and Administration Project Escalation to Midpoint of Construction Clinton Storage Project Total Facility Plan for Midland CSOs Construction Estimate Engineering Services (Ch2MHill) Engineering Services, County Admin, ect (TBD)

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

$ $ $

7,701,898 $ 770,190 $ 664,921 $

$

9,137,009 $

$ $ $ $ $

5,000,000 $ 623,954 $ 210,000 5,833,954 $

$ $ $ Facility Plan Total $

Midland Green Implementation Program Construction Contracts incl. GIF Public/Private $ Ch2MHill Program Management & Engineering $ Clinton Green Program Total $ Program Management Project Management (CDM/C&S) includes CSO 044 $ Project Management for Facility Plan (CDM/C&S) (1) Program Management Total $

Miscellaneous County Costs Land Acquisition IMA Legal Consulting (John Clare & Mezey) Debt Other

1,836,434 53,372,390 748,483 124,579 14,717,163 213,745 3,000,000 74,012,794

Expended to Date

14,900,000 118,384 3,720,000 18,738,384

$ $ $ $

7,500,000 $ 3,202,341 $ 10,702,341 $

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ 68,730,209 $ $

(0) (299) 0 (0) 2,213,810 69,075 3,000,000 5,282,585 5,282,585

1,273,903 $ - $ 140,189 $ $ 1,414,092 $ $

6,427,996 770,190 524,732 7,722,917 7,722,917

- $ 12,932 $ $

5,000,000 611,022 210,000

12,932 $ $

5,821,022 5,821,022

116,976 116,976

$ $ $ $ $

14,900,000 1,408 3,720,000 18,621,408 18,621,408

352,208 $ 577,077 $ 929,285 $ $

7,147,792 2,625,264 9,773,056 9,773,056 1,147,315

$ $

1,147,315 1,147,315

1,806,946 $

1,806,802 $

144

$ $ $ $ Miscellaneous Costs Total $

182,323 208,317 635,031 509,615 3,342,232

$ $ $ $

$181,975 194,317 495,031 509,397 3,187,521

$ $ $ $ $

348 14,000 140,000 218 154,711

$

128,297,316

$

$

48,523,012

Total Cost for Midland project under 4th stipulation

6,530,602

Authorized Master Budget $128,300,000

Notes: (1) CDM/C&S Project Management costs are included in the total facility plan costs

$ $ $

1,836,434 53,372,689 748,483 124,579 12,503,353 144,671

$

$

6,530,602

Authorization Remaining

5,383,287 5,383,287

79,774,304


APPENDIX


June 2011 FINANCIAL TRACKING SUMMARY: FEDERAL & STATE GRANTS/LOANS APPROVED & RECEIVED

PROJECT NAME METRO - CURRENT AERATION SYSTEM UPGRADE AMMONIA REMOVAL DEMO (c ) BIOSOLIDS-MECHANICAL THICKENERS DIGESTER MOD/CHEMICAL STORAGE DIGITAL SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS MISCELLANEOUS IMPROVEMENTS ODOR CONTROL AMMONIA REMOVAL FULL SCALE/ STAGE II PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL PILOT CSO - CURRENT CLINTON ST CONVEYANCE & RTF ERIE BLVD SEW SEP STORAGE FRANKLIN ST FCF HARBOR BROOK FCF HARBOR BROOK CSO ABATEMENT (a) HIAWATHA INTERCEPTOR/RTF KIRKPATRICK ST PUMP STATION MALTBIE ST FCF MIDLAND AVE CONVEYANCE MIDLAND AVE PHASE II & RTF MIDLAND AVE PHASE III MIDLAND AVE MITIGATION COSTS (b) NEWELL ST FCF ONONDAGA CREEK FCF (a) SEWER SEPARATION SIPHON REHABILITATION TEALL BROOK FCF WEST ST SEWER SEPARATION OTHER AMBIENT WATER MONITORING OXYGENATION DEMO SEQR REGULATORY TOTAL DOLLARS

PROJECT BUDGET

NYS GRANT APPROVED

NYS GRANT RECEIVED

FED EPA GRANT APPROVED

FED EPA SHORT-TERM SHORT-TERM LONG-TERM LONG-TERM ACE GRANT EFC LOAN EFC LOAN EFC LOAN EFC LOAN GRANT RECEIVED APPROVED RECEIVED APPROVED RECEIVED APPROVED

$8,500,000 $2,000,000

$5,834,381 $1,145,109

$5,834,381 $1,145,109

$7,365,000 Full-Scale

$6,868,954 $202,078

$5,600,000 $2,900,000 $1,400,000 $7,700,000

$4,319,819 $1,563,317

$4,319,819 $1,563,317

$4,938,419 $1,849,000

$4,938,419 $1,849,000

$190,000,000 $5,000,000

$47,331,203

$47,331,203

$31,245,000 $3,000,000 $3,200,000 $250,000 $5,444,000 $8,000,000 $5,642,000 $250,000 $3,000,000 $45,000,000 $27,000,000

$20,000,000 $1,700,000 $3,828,053 $384,200 $3,880,000 $7,502,302 $211,097 $26,055,238

$1,310,000 $3,000,000 $7,704,000 $1,230,000 $175,000 $1,000,000

$14,613

$14,676,422 $775,509 $285,682

$14,557,484 $154,126 $3,833

$7,413,199

$7,389,197

$17,200,000

$989,323

$923,162 $1,179,012 $343,500

$216,543 $296,823 $348,596

$2,710,169 $4,246,376

$37,749 $828,115

$8,456,884

$108,000,000 Full Scale

$105,860,930 $1,936,991

$20,000,000 $1,700,000 $3,828,053 $384,200 $3,880,000

$37,788,890 $2,301,876 $4,726,762

$10,078,954 $2,094,314 $4,589,759

$20,000,000

$15,569,948

$7,502,302 $211,097 $26,055,238

$12,000,000 $212,000

$10,940,632 $188,106

$15,000,000 $10,000,000

$15,000,000

$25,155,568

$1,435,500 $1,236,594 $3,059,716

$1,024,433 $1,094,139 $2,481,443

$7,231,454 $140,623 $188,809 $395,540

$6,755,080 $14,050,177 $11,100,177 $1,958 $5,743 $6,621

$229,913,757

$184,718,100

$83,914,210

$40,062,687 $17,456,177 $14,506,177

$367,737 $442,154

$367,737 $442,154

$870,768 $1,045,162 $2,299,460

$870,768 $1,045,162 $2,299,460

$54,705,015 $54,705,015

$1,049,185

ACE GRANT RECEIVED

$3,406,000

$3,406,000

$48,904,185 $28,369,366

$8,000,000 $2,400,000 $50,000 *$380,000,000

$128,780,000 $128,780,000 $103,609,200 $83,074,381

*Original budget figures were based on 1997 dollars (a) NOTE: PROJECT IS US ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS PROJECT (b) NOTE: PROJECT RECEIVED $40,500 COST SHARE GRANT FROM (NYSERDA) (c )NOTE: PROJECT RECEIVED $87,500 COST SHARE GRANT FROM (NYSERDA)

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June 2011 FINANCIAL TRACKING SUMMARY: FEDERAL & STATE GRANTS/LOANS APPLIED FOR, NOT YET APPROVED

PROJECT NAME METRO - CURRENT AERATION SYSTEM UPGRADE AMMONIA REMOVAL DEMO BIOSOLIDS - MECHANICAL THICKENERS DIGESTER MOD/CHEMICAL STORAGE DIGITAL SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS MISCELLANEOUS IMPROVEMENTS ODOR CONTROL AMMONIA REMOVAL FULL SCALE/ STAGE II PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL PILOT CSO - CURRENT CLINTON ST CONVEYANCE & RTF ERIE BLVD SEW SEP STORAGE FRANKLIN ST FCF HARBOR BROOK FCF HARBOR BROOK CSO ABATEMENT HIAWATHA INTERCEPTOR/RTF KIRKPATRICK ST PUMP STATION MALTBIE ST FCF MIDLAND AVE CONVEYANCE MIDLAND AVE PHASE II & RTF MIDLAND AVE PHASE III MIDLAND AVE MITIGATION COSTS NEWELL ST FCF ONONDAGA CREEK FCF SEWER SEPARATION SIPHON REHABILITATION TEALL BROOK FCF WEST ST SEWER SEPARATION OTHER AMBIENT WATER MONITORING OXYGENATION DEMO SEQR REGULATORY TOTAL DOLLARS

ORIGINAL BUDGET

EFC SHORT TERM

EFC LONG TERM

NYS FUNDING

E.P.A.

$8,500,000 $2,000,000 $5,600,000 $2,900,000 $1,400,000 $7,700,000 $190,000,000 $5,000,000

$31,245,000 $3,000,000 $3,200,000 $250,000 $5,444,000 $8,000,000 $5,642,000 $250,000 $3,000,000 $45,000,000 $27,000,000

$31,120,000

$1,310,000 $3,000,000 $7,704,000 $1,230,000 $175,000 $1,000,000

$8,000,000 $2,400,000 $50,000 *$380,000,000

$0

*Original budget figures were based on 1997 dollars

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$0

$0

$31,120,000


Lake Improvement Project Status Report For The Period Ending 06/30/2011

ACJ START DATE

Project Title

ACJ FINISH DATE

COUNTY FINISH DATE

ORIGINAL BUDGET(2)

AUTHORIZED BUDGET

ENGINEER

METRO - Current 1 AERATION SYSTEM UPGRADE 2 AMMON. REMOVAL DEMONSTRATION

11/1/1998

7/1/2002

01/03/00 $

8,500,000 $

3/1/2000

12/31/99 $

2,000,000 $

3 BIOSOLIDS - MECHANICAL THICKENERS

$

6,925,115 EEA 1,350,000 EEA 15,100,000

4 DIGESTER MOD/CHEMICAL STORAGE

7/1/2002

10/31/00 $

5,600,000 $

5,092,545 C&S

5 DIGITAL SYSTEMS IMPROVEMENTS

7/1/2002

06/31/01 $

2,900,000 $

3,520,317 Systems Integrated

6 MISCEL. IMPROVEMENTS

7/1/2002

01/31/99 $

1,400,000 $

1,400,000

7,700,000 $

8,393,855 OBG

7 ODOR CONTROL

7/1/2002

12/20/00 $

AMMONIA REMOVAL FULL SCALE/

10/1/2001

11/1/2003

11/01/03 $

125,000,000

STAGE II PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL

10/1/2003

4/1/2005

$

65,000,000

4/1/2006

4/1/2007

12/31/00 $

CLINTON ST. CONVEYANCE/

5/1/2003

5/1/2007

10/28/06 $

15,987,190

CLINTON ST. RTF

5/1/2007

1/1/2012

12/28/10 $

15,258,090

7/1/2002

04/13/02 $

3,000,000 $

2,684,523 Barton & Loguidice

5/1/2000

05/01/00 $

3,200,000 $

5,216,618 EEA

13 HARBOR BROOK FCF

7/1/2002

07/01/02 $

250,000 $

14 HARBOR BROOK CSO ABATEMENT

7/1/2002

$

5,443,980 $

104,800,000 Moffa & Assoc.

15 HIAWATHA INTERCEPTOR/RTF

7/1/2002

12/31/00 $

8,000,000 $

6,047,183 EEA/Parsons

8

9 PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL - PILOT

$

129,386,187 EEA

5,000,000 $

4,300,000 EEA

CSO - Current 10

11 ERIE BLVD STORAGE SYSTEM 12 FRANKLIN ST. FCF

4/26/1999

16 KIRKPATRICK ST. PUMP STATION 17 MALTBIE STREET FCF 18 MIDLAND AVE RTF & CSO ABATEMENT

$

165,500,042 EEA

889,109 EEA

7/1/2002

10/29/02 $

5,641,860 $

12,558,335 EEA

8/31/1998

7/1/2002

04/26/99 $

250,000 $

362,028 EEA

5/1/1999

5/1/2004

12/06/00 $

75,000,000 $

145,368,853 EEA

19 MIDLAND AVE MITIGATION COSTS

$

3,000,000

20 NEWELL STREET RTF

7/1/2002

07/01/01 $

1,310,000 $

473,132 Moffa & Assoc.

21 ONONDAGA CREEK FCF

7/1/2002

07/01/02 $

3,000,000 $

648,342 Parsons

22 SEWER SEPARATION

1/1/2012

01/01/12 $

7,703,880 $

27,684,286 OBG

23 SIPHON REHABILITATION

7/1/2002

06/11/99 $

1,230,000 $

1,026,391 C&S

24 TEALL BROOK FCF

7/1/2002

12/01/01 $

175,000 $

01/14/00 $

1,000,000 $

25 WEST ST SEWER SEPARATION

5/1/1999

1,235,346 EEA 2,720,572 CHA

26 ERIE BLVD CSO ABATEMENT

New Project

OTHER 27 AMBIENT WATER MONITORING 28 OXYGENATION DEMO PROJECT 29 SEQRA REGULATORY COMPLIANCE

5/1/1999

7/1/2002

$

4/1/2003

02/25/04 $

2,400,000 $

$

50,000 $

* $

380,000,000 $

(1)

TOTAL DOLLARS (2) *Original budget figures were based on 1997 dollars (1) SEQR costs are reflected in the individual projects under total payments to date (2) Original budget figures were based on 1997 dollars

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8,000,000 10,087 50,000 Parsons

655,742,866


Lake Improvement Project Status Report For The Period Ending 06/30/2011

CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT AMOUNTS

SOFT COST CONTRACTS

1 $

352,747 $

6,473,110

TOTAL PAYMENTS TO DATE

$

2 $

1,346,856

3 $

1,266,416 $

13,160,742

$ $

4 $

748,386 $

4,357,480

$

5 $

451,713 $

2,974,514

$

6

TOTAL ESTIMATED COST

FORECASTED COSTS

6,925,115

$

1,347,187

6,925,115 $

OVER/UNDER BUDGET

% COMPLETED EXPENDITURES

(1,574,885)

100.00%

(652,813)

100.00%

$

1,347,187 $

5,771 $

14,747,409 $

5,092,545

$

5,092,545 $

(507,455)

100.00%

3,520,317

$

3,520,317 $

620,317

100.00%

$

1,400,000

$

1,400,000 $

14,741,638 $

14,747,409

-

100.00%

7 $

999,299 $

6,956,868

$

8,393,855

$

8,393,855 $

8 $

21,289,868 $

106,962,810

$

128,688,040

$

128,688,040 $

(61,311,960)

100.00%

(865,597)

97.97%

9 $

10 $

4,055,734

10,925,869 $

23,493,887

$

4,050,556 $

83,848 $

4,134,403 $

$

41,385,506 $

124,114,536 $

165,500,042 $

11 $

901,556 $

1,734,929

$

2,684,523

12 $

973,543 $

3,920,238

$

4,948,516 $

436,363 $

373,370

$

804,020 $

66,397 $

$

28,586,622 $

76,213,378 $

6,047,183 $

3,406,000 $

13 $ 14 $

7,587,617

15 $

540,945

$

2,684,523 $

2,018,689 $

6,967,205 $

693,855

99.96%

134,254,762 (315,477)

100.00%

25.01% 100.00%

3,767,205

71.03%

870,417 $

620,417

92.37%

104,800,000 $

99,356,020

27.28%

9,453,183 $

1,453,183

63.97%

$

5,535,152

$

16 $

2,520,394 $

9,882,154

$

12,558,335

$

12,558,335 $

6,916,475

100.00%

17 $

109,483 $

152,418

$

362,028

$

362,028 $

112,028

100.00%

18 $

22,441,704 $

63,704,994

$

79,774,305 $

45,525,695 $

125,300,000 $

50,300,000

63.67%

$

3,000,000 $

3,000,000 $

3,000,000

100.00%

19

-

$

20 $

472,572

$

473,132

$

473,132 $

(836,868)

100.00%

21 $

503,551

$

648,342

$

648,342 $

(2,351,658)

100.00%

19,932,152 $

7,752,134 $

27,684,286 $

19,980,406

72.00%

22 $

1,965,109 $

16,531,049

$

23

$

1,021,823

$

1,026,391

$

1,026,391 $

24 $

320,039 $

903,566

$

1,235,346

$

1,235,346 $

1,060,346

100.00%

25 $

403,332 $

2,311,126

$

2,720,572

$

2,720,572 $

1,720,572

100.00%

$

-

(2,389,913)

100.00%

26

27 28 $

10,087

$

14,615,290 $

$

10,087

-

$

(203,609)

-

$

10,087 $

259,186,448 $

639,542,760 $

29

$

80,623,182 $

270,450,230

$

394,971,602 $

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100.00%

267,592,760


June 2011

Project Title

TOTAL PAYMENTS TO DATE 6-30-11

TOTAL PAYMENTS TO DATE 5-31-11

Change

METRO - Current 1 AERATION SYSTEM UPGRADE

$

6,925,115

$

6,925,115

$

-

2 AMMON. REMOVAL DEMONSTRATION

$

1,347,187

$

1,347,187

$

-

3 BIOSOLIDS - MECHANICAL THICKENERS

$

14,741,638

$

14,741,638

$

-

4 DIGESTER MOD/CHEMICAL STORAGE

$

5,092,545

$

5,092,545

$

-

5 DIGITAL SYSTEMS IMPROVEMENTS

$

3,520,317

$

3,520,317

$

-

6 MISCEL. IMPROVEMENTS

$

1,400,000

$

1,400,000

$

-

7 ODOR CONTROL

$

8,393,855

$

8,393,855

$

-

8 AMMONIA REMOVAL FULL SCALE/

$

128,688,040

$

128,688,040

$

-

$

26,634

$

-

STAGE II PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL 9 PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL - PILOT

$ $

4,050,556

$ $

4,023,922

CSO - Current 10 CLINTON ST. CONVEYANCE/ CLINTON ST. RTF

$ $

41,385,506

$

40,142,216

-

$

1,243,290

$

-

11 ERIE BLVD STORAGE SYSTEM

$

2,684,523

$

2,684,523

$

-

12 FRANKLIN ST. FCF

$

4,948,516

$

4,948,516

$

-

13 HARBOR BROOK FCF

$

804,020

$

804,020

$

-

14 HARBOR BROOK CSO ABATEMENT

$

28,586,622

$

27,321,133

$

15 HIAWATHA INTERCEPTOR/RTF

$

6,047,183

$

6,047,183

$

-

16 KIRKPATRICK ST. PUMP STATION

$

12,558,335

$

12,558,335

$

-

17 MALTBIE STREET FCF

$

362,028

$

362,028

$

-

18 MIDLAND AVE RTF & CSO ABATEMENT

$

79,774,305

$

78,822,346

$

951,958

19 MIDLAND AVE MITIGATION COSTS

$

3,000,000

$

2,982,286

$

17,714

20 NEWELL STREET RTF

$

473,132

$

473,132

$

-

21 ONONDAGA CREEK FCF

$

648,342

$

648,342

$

-

22 SEWER SEPARATION

$

19,932,152

$

19,906,299

$

25,853

23 SIPHON REHABILITATION

$

1,026,391

$

1,026,391

$

-

24 TEALL BROOK FCF

$

1,235,346

$

1,235,346

$

-

25 WEST ST SEWER SEPARATION

$

2,720,572

$

2,720,572

$

-

26 ERIE BLVD CSO ABATEMENT

$

$

-

-

$

-

1,265,488

OTHER 27 AMBIENT WATER MONITORING

$

14,615,290

$

14,615,290

$

-

28 OXYGENATION DEMO PROJECT

$

10,087

$

10,087

$

-

29 SEQRA REGULATORY COMPLIANCE

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

-

TOTAL DOLLARS

$

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394,971,602

$

391,440,664

$

3,530,937


Chronology of Project Construction Starts Pre-ACJ signing (1/20/98)  General Improvements  Odor Control and Residuals Handling 1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

Status

Location

Complete Complete

Metro Metro

      

Digital Systems Upgrade Ammonia Removal Demonstration Aeration System Upgrade Hiawatha RTF - ACOE Newell St. RTF Demo/Improvements Maltbie St. FCF Siphon Rehab

Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete

Metro Metro Metro Regional Market W.Newell/Vale St. Maltbie/Plum St. Various

  

Digester Modifications/Chemical Storage Franklin St. FCF West Street Sewer Separation

Complete Complete Complete

Ammonia Trackdown

Complete

Metro I-690/Franklin W. Genesee, Plum, Tracy, N. West St. Metro

 

Midland Ave. Conveyance Phase I Phosphorus Removal – Phase I Pilot

Complete Complete

Tallman/Oxford St. Metro

 

Complete

Franklin toTeall

   

Erie Blvd. Storage System Upgrade Full Scale Ammonia Removal/ Stage II Phosphorus Removal Kirkpatrick St. Pump Station & Force Main Onondaga Creek FCF Teall Brook FCF Water Street Sewer Separation (CSO 024)

Complete Complete Complete Complete Complete

Metro Kirkpatrick St. Inner Harbor Teall Ave. Water Street

 

Harbor Brook FCF Brighton Ave Sewer Separation (CSO 053/054)

Complete Complete

W.Hiaw./I-690 Brighton/Bishop Ave

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Project

Status

Location

Complete

Tallman/Onondaga

Tallman/Onondaga Sewer Separation (CSO 038, 040, 046A &046B) Midland Phase II RTF/Conveyances

Complete

Blaine/Oxford St.

 

Phosphorus Removal – Phase II Pilot Biosolids Handling Improvements

Complete Complete

Metro Metro

Sewer Separation – CSO 047 & 048

Complete

South Ave/ Bissell St.

 

Sewer Separation – CSO 050 Clinton Phase I Conveyances

Complete Complete

Parkway/Rockland

Clinton Phase IIA Conveyances

Complete

Sewer Separation – CSO 051

Complete

Colvin St.

Harbor Brook Interceptor Sewer

Authorized/Underway

Velasko/Fayette

Midland CSO 044

Authorized

W. Castle/South Ave

2004 

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

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CONTRACTORS for CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS Metro Treatment Plant AERATION SYSTEM UPGRADE Bongiovanni Construction (General) Ridley Electric (Electrical)

$5,626,956.41 $ 846,154.00

DIGITAL SYSTEM UPGRADE Systems Integrated

$2,974,514.27

ODOR CONTROL CONTRACT # 1 Falconet, Inc. (General) Scriba Electric (Electrical) Burns Bros. (Heating/Ventilation) Burns Bros. (Plumbing)

$4,872,660.53 $ 315,580.30 $ 82,459.00 $ 50,168.00

ODOR CONTROL CONTRACT # 2 Murnane Construction

$1,636,000.00

PHASE III IMPROVEMENTS CONTRACT 1 – DIGESTER & LAGOON IMPROVEMENTS Maxim Construction $ 645,730.74 PHASE III IMPROVEMENTS CONTRACT 2 – CHEMICAL STORAGE & FEED FACILITIES C.O.Falter Construction Corp. (General) $2,528,952.08 Barry & Barry Electrical Co. (Electrical) $ 193,665.22 Burns Bros. (HVAC) $ 224,232.51 Edward Joy Company (Plumbing) $ 38,669.37 PHASE III IMPROVEMENTS CONTRACT 3 – DIGESTER & LAGOON CLEANING Waste Stream Environmental Inc. $ 727,881.80 FULL SCALE AMMONIA/PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL - FIELD OFFICE James & Son Construction $ 28,388.00 Resun Leasing, Inc. $ 112,224.00 Ridley Electric Co. $ 32,295.00 Burns Brothers $ 18,440.00 FULL SCALE AMMONIA/PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL U.S. Filter – Kruger Products, Inc. U.S. Filter – Kruger Products, Inc.

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$ 8,271,182.00 $ 3,918,080.00


CONTRACTORS for CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS Metro Treatment Plant

FULL SCALE AMMONIA/PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL SITE PREPARATION - CONTRACT 2 C.O. Falter Construction Corp. (General) Ridley Electric (Electrical) C.O. Falter Construction Corp. (Pile Testing) Moretrench Environmental

$22,243,695.00 $ 255,627.00 $ 431,008.00 $ 4,602,086.57

PILE INSTALLATION – CONTRACT 3 M.A. Bongiovanni Construction

$ 9,045,731.95

GENERAL - CONTRACT 4 The Pike Company (General) Ridley Electric Co. (Electrical) Edward Joy Company (HVAC) Burns Brothers (Plumbing/Fire Protection)

$46,860,263.46 $ 6,927,238.00 $ 3,009,057.61 $ 1,217,583.74

BIOSOLIDS HANDLING IMPROVEMENTS C.O. Falter Construction Corp. (General) Ridley Electric (Electrical) Airside Technology (HVAC) Burns Bros. (Plumbing)

$10,929,016.19 $1,476,223.00 $ 532,187.00 $ 173,679.09

CSOs CLINTON CONVEYANCES PHASE I & 2A The Delaney Group, Inc. The Delaney Group, Inc.

$14,478,053.39 $ 4,074,455.32

CLINTON CSO ABATEMENT Ruston Paving Davis Wallbridge Davis Wallbridge

$ 188,046.14 $ 635,873.93 $ 428,000.00

ERIE BOULEVARD STORAGE SYSTEM M. Hubbard Construction Ridley Electric (Electrical) Burns Bros. (Mechanical) Scriba Electric (Electrical) Burns Bros. (Plumbing)

$1,556,752.00 $ 154,059.47 $ 174,350.00 $ 144,640.61 $ 33,217.97

A-9


CONTRACTORS for

CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS CSOs HARBOR BROOK CSO ABATEMENT Titan Wrecking & Environmental, LLC (Demolition) Joseph J. Lane Construction (Interceptor Sewer Replacement) Bette Cring (Elephant Barn greening)

$ 227,850.00 $18,289,918.00 $ 207,701.00

HARBOR BROOK FCF C.O. Falter Construction Corp. (General)

$

KIRKPATRICK ST. PUMP STATION & FORCE MAIN C.O. Falter Construction Corp. C.O. Falter Construction Corp. Patricia Electric King & King Mechanical G.J. Adams Plumbing

$ 4,477,820.47 $ 4,425,766.31 $ 761,184.63 $ 245,569.51 $ 51,624.16

MALTBIE STREET FCF Over & Under Piping

$ 152,418.00

MIDLAND AVENUE CONVEYANCES Marcellus Construction (General)

$1,836,434.47

MIDLAND AVENUE PHASE II CONVEYANCES & RTF Empire Dismantlement Corp. (Demolition) Murnane Building Contractors, Inc. (General) Ridley Electric Company (Electrical) Edward Joy Company (HVAC) Edward Joy Company (Plumbing)

$ 457,681.50 $47,929,392.75 $ 2,904,771.00 $ 2,053,808.50 $ 484,717.17

MIDLAND AVENUE PHASE III CONVEYANCES Titan Wrecking & Environmental, LLC (Demolition) JJ Lane

$ 290,801.39 $ 7,701,898.00

A - 10

373,370.21


CONTRACTORS for CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS CSOs

SEWER SEPARATION – CSO 024 C.O. Falter Construction Corp.

$

SEWER SEPARATION – CSO 053/054 C.O. Falter Construction Corp.

$ 2,211,604.54

SEWER SEPARATION – CSO 038, 040, 046A&B C.O. Falter Construction Corp.

$ 3,598,930.76

SEWER SEPARATION – CSO 047 & 048 C.O. Falter Construction Corp.

$ 1,654,022.34

SEWER SEPARATION – CSO 050 Joseph J. Lane Construction

$ 4,360,527.06

SEWER SEPARATION – CSO 051 Joseph J. Lane Construction

$ 5,029,323.00

SIPHON REHABILITATION Insituform Metropolitan

$1,025,551.00

TEALL BROOK FCF C.O. Falter Construction Corp. (General) Scriba Electric (Electrical)

$ 877,095.43 $ 26,470.20

WEST STREET AREA SEWER SEPARATION Maxim Construction (General)

$2,467,488.50

A - 11

701,799.00


June 2011 Monthly Report