List of capital improvement projects (CIP).
CIP 8135B - 4140 SW Watson Ave Stormwater Outfall to Beaverton Ck Retrofit
Status: Current project
Project Category: Storm
Project Estimated Cost: $2,500,000
Regional public stormwater treatment facility to help promote redevelopment in an area that is targeted for increased density and pedestrian connectivity according to the Central City Strategy of the Civic Plan, including portions of SW Canyon Rd.
Consultant Contract Award, October 2018
Mark Boguslawski, 503-350-4025
FY17-18: Began RFP QBS process in Mar 2018. FY18-19: Select consultant and complete design. FY19-20: Construction of the off-street vault portion of the project. FY20-21: Complete the second phase of the storm drain design in the Watson Street Right-of-Way with expanded scope of relocation/reconstruction of: 1) approximately 135 feet of 12-inch sanitary sewer with an 18-inch sanitary sewer and realigning approximately 70 feet of 30-inch trunk sanitary sewer in Millikan Way (an activity funded by Clean Water Services), and 2) replacement of several segments of existing eight-inch water line with a new twelve-inch water line. Start Construction. FY22-23: Finish construction of the second phase. Current anticipated completion date is late fall of 2022
This regional facility will collect and treat stormwater runoff from a 91.5 acre area of the Central Beaverton Urban Renewal District that will see multiple redevelopment projects and allows them to be built or redeveloped without having to provide on-site stormwater runoff treatment. As a result, the design principles outlined in the Beaverton Downtown Code could more easily occur. In addition, larger regional facilities provide efficient operations and maintenance.