HIDDEN CANYON PUMP STATION EXPANSION PROJECT
Anaheim Public Utilities is currently expanding Hidden Canyon Pump Station facility located at 6994 E. Serrano Avenue. The work includes the refurbishment of existing pump station building, replacement of pumps and motors, replacement of electrical and instrumentation systems, installation of emergency diesel generator in a separate building, removal of old engine driven pumps, installation of new entrance gate, and improvements to site landscape. The nearby Hidden Canyon water storage tank will also be rehabilitated as part of this project.
Our contractor for this project is Tamang Electric, Inc. The Contractor is expected to start construction in March 2012 and the project is expected to be completed by April 2013.
Public Utilities worked with our consultant to develop a design that is both operationally functional and architecturally pleasing. The rendering at the left shows refurbished pump station building, and the one at the right shows proposed new generator building.
The project will increase water supply capacities in east Anaheim, increase system reliability, and beautify the pump station site.
Update: Construction is expected to start in March 2012.
LINDA VISTA COMPLEX
Anaheim Public Utilities is currently constructing a new water storage and pump station facility located at 1411 N. Tustin Ave. The work includes the construction of a new 4 million gallon water storage tank near the southern end of the property, replacement of the existing pump station, demolition of the old reservoir and general rehabilitation and beautification of the existing site.
Our contractor for this project is Canyon Springs Enterprises. The Contractor began heavy construction this past January and the project is scheduled to be complete by June of 2013.
Public Utilities worked with our consultant to develop a design that is both operationally functional and architecturally pleasing.
The above rendering shows and improved site with a bird eye’s view from south direction. The goals we set as we developed this Site Plan include:
• Long-term operation and maintenance of the plant
• Future expansion and improvements of the complex
• Improve aesthetics along the frontage: by installing new landscape, sidewalk, and block wall, and
• Improve aesthetics within the complex: by establishing coordinated architectural theme among the tank and the buildings, as well as adding new landscape on site
Anaheim’s Water Sustainability Campus, featuring innovative technologies to conserving one of our most precious resources -- WATER. Soon you will be able to walk around and learn how water is recycled, and how it can be an effective, drought-proof water management solution for a highly built-out urban area, like Anaheim. Within this Campus you will see:
· The first-of-its-kind water recycling facility, that utilizes three different types of disinfection.
· A California-friendly landscaped garden featuring water conservation solutions for urban space landscaping
· Rainwater harvesting and porous pavement with an infiltration system that helps to manage floodwaters, reduce pollution to streams and ocean, as well as recharge groundwater.
See the project video
Water recycling demonstration simple animation