SUISUN CITY, Calif. - The Suisun Solano Water Authority is looking for proposals from qualified engineering firms to prepare a condition assessment and rehabilitation plan for the Cement Hill Water Treatment Plant.
It will build on previous work by providing a complete facilities assessment and present a plan for the rehabilitation of the plant through future capital projects. The plant consists of two water treatment lines built in 1973 and 1992, respectively.
The facility has a treatment capacity of 8.5 million gallons per day, and delivers water to the City of Suisun City and residents of unincorporated areas nearby. SSWA is a joint powers authority formed by Suisun City and the Solano Irrigation District to supply drinking water to their customers.
The project involves a comprehensive assessment of all plant equipment and capabilities. Interested firms should respond by May 18.
For full details on the project and how to submit a response, go to www.Suisun.com/PublicWorks/Projects.html.