|The Engineering Division is responsible for design, administration, and management of all budgeted Capital Improvement Program (CIP) projects in the City. Below is a summary of current, upcoming and completed construction projects to keep you in the loop about our efforts to provide a healthy, balanced, and progressive city for all Glendorans. More about Capital Improvement Program projects.|
Laurel Avenue Water Main Improvements
This project will replace approximately 1,400 linear feet of 65-year old, 6-inch water main with 8-inch ductile iron water main. Project limits are along Laurel Avenue between Grand Avenue and Pennsylvania Avenue.
The project was awarded to William Bonadiman of Redlands, CA in the amount of $325,300.00 at the October 23, 2018 Council Meeting. Construction started in November 2018. Contractor is working on to transfer the service laterals to the new water main. Anticipated completion date is end of January 2019.
Loraine Avenue Water Main Replacement
Replacement of 4 water mains along this street is necessary due to the number of water leaks and breaks this line has experienced. This street is also due for rehabilitation, therefore the projects will take place concurrently. The mainline pipes have exceeded their life expectancy are require replacement. The project will consist of replacing 3,955 linear feet of 12 inch cast iron pipe along Loraine Avenue. More about Loraine Avenue Water Main Replacement construction schedule.
San Gabriel Water Inlet Structure
The City of Glendora is a member of the San Gabriel River Water Committee. The Committee is a court-formed management agency created in 1889 to manage the surface water rights of its member agencies on the San Gabriel River. The proposed project involves replacement of the aged existing inlet structure.
It is a joint City project. Consultant will be working on the design.
Well 7 Sampling and Study
Bringing Well 7 back online would provide an additional groundwater source to service the City and the City would rely less on purchased water during peak demand times. The sampling and study of Vosberg (Well 7) is recommended in the City’s Water Master Plan.
The project was awarded to General Pump Company of San Dimas at the August 14, 2018 Council Meeting for $71,420.00. Contractor has removed the existing structure, started pumping and collecting the samples. Sampling process get slow due to rains. Anticipated completion date is March 2019.
Lone Hill Street Improvements
The project involves the reconstruction of Lone Hill Avenue from Gladstone Street to San Dimas Wash. This project consists of removal and replacement of portions of curb and gutter, curb ramps, reclamation and cement stabilized pulverized base rapid setting, hot mix asphalt, rubberized asphalt, manhole adjustment, striping and traffic control during all phases of construction.
CDBG Laxford and Vecino Street Improvements
According to the City’s Pavement Management System, Laxford Street, west of Grand Avenue, and Vecino Avenue, north of Bonita Avenue, has a poor pavement condition index (PCI) with an average of 46. The project will consist of asphalt concrete resurfacing, performing pavement local repairs, removing and replacing existing sidewalk, reconstructing driveway approaches, adjusting utility manholes and other utility valves, re-establishing existing survey monuments, and re-striping.
Alley Improvements for Fiscal Year 2017-18
Throughout the City, there are a large number of alleys that are in poor condition. This project will repave some of the badly deteriorated alleys.
Left Turn Phasing
The intersection of Barranca/Foothill has a high volume of traffic and pedestrians. Installing protected left turn phasing will increase traffic safety and reduce accidents. Caltrans Local Assistance and has approved funding the project using Federal HSIP grant funding. This project will install protected left turn phasing for all legs of the Barranca/Foothill intersection. Gas Tax will be funding the local agency match.
Traffic Signal Enhancements, Plan No. 1262
The Traffic Master Plan identifies locations throughout the City where the traffic signal controllers and equipment must routinely be repaired and/or replaced to ensure reliable and safe traffic control throughout the City.
City Hall Door Security
Installation of a centralized computer software and entry door hardware.
City Hall, Police Department, Legion and La Fetra Buildings HVAC Upgrades
Replacement of existing City Hall thermostat with upgraded thermostats that allow for optimal climate control. Repair antiquated Police Department airways for proper temperature sensing and reduced temperature variations. Replacement of existing Legion Center and La Fetra Center thermostats with upgraded thermostats that allow for optimal climate control.
Police Department Parking Lot Perimeter Security, Plan No. 1255
The existing perimeter wall is less than five-feet high in many areas and has enabled subjects to jump the wall and enter the police facility. The project includes replacement gates, that have a maximum six-foot height, and also improve the parking lot, which has deteriorated through normal use and create additional parking spots.
Country Club Reservoir Improvements
Construct a new 666,000 gallon steel reservoir at the existing Country Club Reservoir site. Additional storage capacity is needed at the site to maintain the required fire flow protection in the Zone 2 pressure zone. Constructing this second reservoir will provide the required storage fore fire flow.
Ada Avenue Water Main Improvements
This project will replace approximately 1,900 linear feet of 56-year old, 6-inch water main with 8-inch ductile iron water main. Project limits are along Ada Avenue between Glendora Avenue and Cullen Avenue.
Alleys Water Main Improvements
This project will replace approximately 2,500 linear feet of 83-year old, 2-inch and 6-inch water mains with 8-inch ductile iron water main in four alleys. Project limits include alleys east of Vista Bonita Avenue and west of Minnesota Avenue from Ada Avenue to south of Foothill Boulevard.
Zara Street and Sellers Street Water Main Improvements
This project will replace approximately 1,900 linear feet of 60-year old, 6-inch water main with 8-inch ductile iron water main. Project limits are along Zara Street between Valley Centre Avenue and Sellers Street and along Sellers Street between Compromise Lane and Zara Street.
Laurel Avenue Street Improvements
This project includes the reconstruction of Laurel Avenue between Grand Avenue and Pennsylvania Avenue.This project consists of removal and replacement of portions of curb and gutter, extending gutter to current standards, aggregate base, hot mix asphalt, manhole adjustment, striping and traffic control during all phases of construction.
Leadora Avenue Street Improvements
This project includes resurfacing, local repairs, removal and replacement of curb & gutter, sidewalk, curb ramps, and driveway approaches.
Teen Center HVAC and Roof Replacement
City Hall Elevator Timer Upgrade
Library Elevator Modernization
Library Chiller and HVAC Controller
Police Security System Replacement (OBRACOM)
Chamber of Commerce Roof Replacement
Parking Lot Rehabilitation Project, Plan No. 1249
The City owns several parking lots at or near the downtown Village. This project will rehabilitated and extend the life of the parking lots that require repaving.
Auto Centre Drive and Amelia Avenue Street Improvements, Plan No(s).1183 & 1202
Bidwell Carpet and Curtain Replacement, Plan No.1254
Repair of Existing Lighted Crosswalk at Valley Center Avenue and Install Rectangular Rapid Flash Beacon (RRFB) on Foothill Boulevard at Oak Tree Drive, Plan No.1247
Library Electrical Transformers, Plan No.1253
Public Works and Planning Department Remodel, Plan No.1261
City Hall, Library, and Police Department Roof Repairs, Plan No.1241
Claraday Street and Greet Avenue Street Improvements, Plan No.1245
Pasadena Avenue Water and Street Improvements, Plan No(s).1239 & 1243
Glendora Avenue Water Main and Street Improvements, Plan No.1238
Police Department Locker Room Remodel, Plan No.1235