Backbone Projects

The Backbone Projects: 2016-2023

CRW is implementing Phase 1 of an infrastructure improvement plan. The seven Phase 1 “Backbone Projects”, once completed, will provide improved pumping, distribution, and storage of water from the CRW treatment plant east to a proposed reservoir on 152nd Avenue, and south across the Carver Bridge to the Redland pressure zone.

These improvements will greatly enhance provision of fire flows, system pumping efficiencies, and water quality; and will connect the CRW treatment plant and northern distribution system to a portion of our south service area customers, which will improve distribution and use of CRW’s available water production.

Preliminary planning and design started in Summer 2015, and the estimated completion of Phase 1 projects in early 2020.

Once completed with Phase 1, the District will be planning for implementation of Phase 2 of the Backbone Projects that include five additional projects that will enhance our ability to service customers in our south service area and expand many of the same benefits as provided by the Phase 1 projects.  The goal is to complete the Phase 2 projects by the end of 2023 yet a more defined schedule will be developed once funding is secured and project designs are completed.

Construction Schedule and Project Information

Phase 1 – 2016-2019

Butterfield Lane Transmission Main
Completed March 2017

Carver-Springwater Road Transmission Main
Completed June 2018

152nd Avenue Reservoir
Fall 2016 – Fall 2019

Redland Reservoir #3
Spring 2018 – May 2019

Highway 224 Intertie
January 2019 – August 2019

Hattan Road Pump Station & Transmission Main
Winter 2018 – Summer 2019

Phase 2 – 2020-2023

Grasle Road Transmission Main
December 2020 – November 2021

Beaverlake Pump Station
March – November 2022

Bradley Road Transmission Main
May – November 2022

Bradley Road Pump Station
December 2021 – May 2022

Beavercreek Reservoir #3
March – December 2023

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