Recharge Fresno Project
This is one of the largest public work projects City of Fresno has ever constructed with construction cost over $400 million dollars. BSK was involved in these projects for over 7 years, from design to construction.
Recharge Fresno Project Phases
The projects consisted of the Friant-Kern Canal Pipeline, a 4.5 mile long, 60-inch diameter water pipeline, which conveys surface water from the Friant-Kern Canal to the existing Northeast Surface Water Treatment Facility.
The second phase was the Kings River Pipeline where the pipeline is a 13-mile long, 72-inch diameter water pipeline. This section conveys surface water from the Kings River to the new Southeast Surface Water Treatment Facility.
The third phase was the Southeast Surface Water Treatment Facility. This facility treats over 54 million gallons per day of drinking water.
The fourth project was the Regional Transmissions Mains where the pipeline is a 13 miles 20-inch to 66-inch diameter pipe that conveys treated drinking water from the new Southeast Surface Water Treatment Facility to the existing smaller diameter mains.
The last project is the Recycled Water Transmissions Mains where the pipeline is a 20 miles pipeline that conveys recycled water from the Fresno-Clovis Regional Water Reclamation Facility into the City of Fresno for irrigation use and groundwater recharge.
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