Passaic Valley Water Commission, Water Storage Improvements Phase at Standby Engine Generators

Passaic Valley Water Commission, Water Storage Improvements Phase at Standby Engine Generators

Project Overview

This project consists of the demolition of an existing building and construction of a new standby generator building providing emergency power to the Totowa Water Treatment Plant. The Generator Building is a cast-in-place concrete building with precast concrete and a standing seam metal roof. This building houses the engine generators and a control room.

The sitework portion of the project includes the construction of two soil nail retaining walls and a Mechanically Stabilized Earth (MSE) Wall along with access improvements. The site also includes an area for the diesel fuel tanks and ancillary equipment providing fuel for the engine generators. Two plant switchgears along with feeder ductbanks, transformers and panels including utility connections are to be installed.

Envision developed the Master Baseline CPM Schedule for this project and is providing necessary updates to the schedule to keep the project on pace for an on-time and under budget completion.

Project Information

Owner Passaic Valley Water Commission (PVWC)
Project Start February 2017
Project End April 2019
Project Cost $1 M
Envision’s Role
  • CPM Scheduling Services
  • Baseline Schedule Development
  • Perform Monthly Progress Updates
  • Evaluate Time Impact Analysis for potential delays