Design/Build of ductile iron pipe mainline/PVC laterals and cathodic Protection for entire length of MCAS Camp Pendleton required extensive research of as-built drawings, research of visible site improvements, extensive pot holing and understanding of base operations. Constant coordination with FMD, base water departments, design partner and major subcontractor provided best engineering solution to a complex installation currently being installed.
Communication between government officials, design consultants major subcontractor, material suppliers and industry representatives ensured final design was possible within restraints of original RFP. I.E.-Pacific self-performed site repairs (i.e. concrete, fencing, landscaping, etc.), small diameter piping, scheduling, quality control and management.
The project was broken up into nine phases to minimize disruption to the potable and firewater service at MCAS Camp Pendleton. Each phase ware required to be tested and accepted prior to beginning work on the next phase. The phased schedule had to be modified numerous times to accommodate other construction projects and to modify outage dates as requested by PWC.
This project received a rating of Outstanding from the Dept. of the Navy and was awarded anExcellence in Construction Award from Associated Builders & Contractors.