NAVFAC Southwest’s Santa Margarita River Joint-Use Raw Water Pipeline Military Construction Project (Military Construction Project Number FY16 P1220), completed at Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, was selected for an award from the American Public Works Association (APWA) San Diego-Imperial County Chapter in the Utilities category ($26-$75 million) for 2022. This successful infrastructure project was the U.S. government’s commitment to a two-phase project emanating from of a settlement agreement between the Department of the Navy and the nearby Fallbrook Utility District that resolved a 60-year-old water rights dispute on the Santa Margarita River. The community of Fallbrook can receive and treat raw water transported from Camp Pendleton upon completion of its own water treatment plant project. NAVFAC Southwest personnel at the Core and Facilities Engineering and Acquisition Division (FEAD) Members of Camp Pendleton who are integral to the project reconnaissance include: Project Manager Steve Rosenstein, Director Construction Napoleon Arcala, Supervising General Engineer Ben Miller, Engineering Technicians Greg Rippin and Steve Frenzel, Design Manager Miguel Ramirez, and Contracts Specialists (both left NAVFAC) Leilani Murray and Michelle Barlow; with our contractor partners AH/BC Navy JV as official designer and JR Filanc Construction, Inc. as construction contractor. NAVFAC Southwest, as the managing agency and only recognized federal entity, received a complimentary plaque at the APWA Awards Ceremony on May 19, 2022 at the Hilton Mission Valley in San Diego, CA.
|Date posted:||06.03.2022 17:30|
|Location:||SAN DIEGO, CA, USA|
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