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Name Description Contact Status
Computer Control System Upgrade - Wastewater Treatment Plant The SRWWTP PLC control system was constructed in 1994 and provides control and reporting functions for all process. Due to significant computer control technology advance, some existing equipment are no longer supported by the manufacturer. City decided to replace the obsolete PLCs under this project.

This project is part of the Water and Sewer CIP.



Project ID: 10-9933

Department: Public Utilities
Feng "Jeff" Jiang
954-921-3930
Email


Contractor: Hazen & Sawyer
The panel for PLC 6 was installed. Working on final punch list.

Location: District 1
Continue Gravity System Condition Assessment and Renewal/Replacement (I/I) Level 2 Assessment of existing gravity sewer basins as related to the I/I Reduction Program.

South Park Road Force Main Upgrade – Pembroke Road to S. Rainbow Drive - This project consists in replacing ±4,400 feet of existing corroded force main along South Park Road.

This project is part of the Water and Sewer CIP.



Project ID: 10-9086

Department: Public Utilities
James Mortel
954-921-3930
Email


Contractor: Malcolm Pirnie, Inc.
Processing proposal

Location: District 1
Deep Injection Well (DIW) for MS/RO Concentrate Disposal Feasibility Study, Facility Plan, Permitting and Design The project’s objective is to conceptually plan the implementation of a DIW system, to prepare bid documents (plans and specifications) for the DIW system, and to obtain the required facility planning and construction permits from FDEP for the DIW system. The following concepts will be addressed: (1) DIW and dual zone monitoring well siting, including consideration of construction requirements;
(2) operational requirements, including future disposal volumes, rates and options for back-up disposal; (3) potential for integrating future use for tertiary effluent disposal; (4) process/hydraulic impacts for the disposal options; (5) facility planning requirements to ensure eligibility for State Revolving Funds (SRF); (6) capital, O&M cost estimate and construction schedule; (7) development of plans and specifications required for obtaining FDEP permits and for the bidding process; and (8) Obtaining FDEP permits facility planning and construction of the DIW system.

This project is part of the Water and Sewer CIP.


Department: Public Utilities
Clece Aurelus, P.E.
954-921-3930
Email


Contractor: Malcolm Pirnie, Inc.
Processing proposal

Location: District 6
Distribution Piping Upgrade for Existing Condition – S. Park Road from Pembroke Road to Washington Street This project consists in installing ±4,400 feet of new 16” water main to meet fire flow requirement.

This project is part of the Water and Sewer CIP.


Project ID: 10-8528

Department: Public Utilities
Clece Aurelus
954-921-3930
Email


Contractor: Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc
Processing proposal

Location: District 6
Distribution Piping Upgrades for Existing Condition - N 56th Avenue from Douglas Street to Stirling Road to 58th Avenue This project consists in installing ±4,800 feet of new 8” water main to meet fire flow requirement.

This project is part of the Water and Sewer CIP.


Project ID: 10-5102

Department: Public Utilities
Clece Aurelus
954-921-3930
Email


Contractor: EAC Consulting, Inc.
Processing proposal

Location: District 4
East/West Streetscape at the Beach at the Beach from Minnesota toTyler Street Street grading is being done now with great consideration given to match the existing conditions a the private properties along both sides of each street. The landscape island and transformer locations were laid out and were verified in the field. The second phase of the undergrounding project is the continuation of the Pilot Project. The new streetscape will include street lighting, paving and landscaping improvements.

Project ID: BCRA-02-023F

Department: Public Utilities
Moshe Anuar, Senior Project Manager
954-921-3900
Email


Contractor: Burkhardt Construction Co.
Street ends construction continues. Comast needs to cross the waterway at Johnson.

Location: District 1
Effluent Pump Station-Gravity Disposal System Replacement and Repairs The ocean outfall pipe is the primary means for SRWWTP to dispose treatment effluent since the wastewater plant and the two deep injection wells were placed in service since 2003 as additional disposal method during peak flow events. The recent Ocean Outfall Rule Change, require elimination of the ocean outfall disposal at Southern Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant (SRWWTP) by year 2025 and limit the nutrient loadings to the ocean beginning January 1, 2009. Improvements and upgrade to the effluent disposal system need to be implemented for the function switch between deep injection wells and ocean outfall.

This project is part of the Water and Sewer CIP.



Project ID: 10-9731
Feng "Jeff" Jiang
954-921-3930
Email


Contractor: Hazen & Sawyer
Processing proposal

Location: District 1
Electrical Power Generator System Analysis/Expansion – Phase 1 The project will assess the reliability of the primary and standby electrical power system at the City’s WTP. The analysis will focus on all electrical and power equipment in service at the WTP and will provide City with valuable information in terms of equipment condition, repair/replacement needs, power service feeds switching and protocols, load capabilities, power system expansion requirements, solutions to maximize energy efficiency and diesel fuel storage tank system interconnection options.

This project is part of the Water Sewer CIP.

Project ID: 10-4517

Department: Public Utilities
Clece Aurelus
954-921-3930
Email


Contractor: Malcolm Pirnie, Inc.
Evaluation phase

Location: District 6
Evaluation & Replacement of Flow Meter at WTP The project will evaluate the existing flowmeters at the WTP, provide conceptual basis of design for two new raw water intake flowmeters at the WTP, and develop detailed design for the rehabilitation of the South Header Venturi meter and associated valves.

This project is part of the Water and Sewer CIP.



Project ID: 10-4030

Department: Public Utilities
Clece Aurelus, P.E.
954-921-3930
Email


Contractor: Malcolm Pirnie
Processing proposal

Location: District 6
Fire Rescue & Beach Safety Complex & Community Redevelopment Agency Offices The project consists of the restoration of the existing historic properties located at 347-351 Madison Street in order to bring them into compliance with current code and other governmental regulations while maintaining their original historical accuracy. These structures will house the Community Redevelopment Agency offices. The adjacent structure will consist of a 45 space ground level parking area with Fire Rescue & Beach Safety offices and operational facilities above. This safety facility located at 707 South Ocean Drive will also provide 3 double apparatus bays.

Project ID: F-08-013

Department: Public Utilities
Bob Wertz, Senior Project Manager
954-921-3930
Email


Contractor: Kaufman Lynn Construction

Phone: 561-361-6700
PS roof being installed. Interior walls constructed, MEP rough-in underway and sheetrock is being hung. CRA structrual members complete and interior walls with MEP rough-ins underway

Location: District 1

Start: 4/4/2011
End: 5/25/2012
Fire Station #5 Emergency Traffic Signal Fire Rescue Station #5 Emergency Traffic Signal

Project ID: F-05-040

Department: Public Utilities
Bob Wertz
954-921-3992
Email


Contractor: TBD
FEC authorization granted pre-construction meetings held. Notice to Proceed being issued.

Location: Citywide
GOB Project: Public Safety Technology This project funded technology enhancements for the Police Department to include the acquisition of hardware and software, laptop computers, and wireless access points. Police personnel can now accomplish field reporting, crime analysis and research in their vehicles.

Department: Hollywood Police
Lorie Mertens-Black
(954) 921-3201
Email
Thus far, 274 laptops have been installed into police vehicles. An additional 25 laptops are proposed to be purchased for the Crime Suppression Team and Vice, Intelligence and Narcotics Unit.

Location: Citywide
Grit Removal System Rehabilitation and Replacement The existing horizontal-flow type grit removal system was originally built in 1968 and was expanded in 1985 at the Southern Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant. The grit removal system has experienced increased maintenance requirements and low reliability in the grit removal. The 2007/2008 Wastewater System Master Plan recommended replacement of the existing system with more efficient technology.

This project is part of the Water and Sewer CIP.



Project ID: 10-9213
Feng "Jeff" Jiang
954-921-3930
Email


Contractor: Hazen and Sawyer
Pre-design phase

Location: District 1
Inflow/Infiltration Reduction Program (Level 2) - Cured-in-Place Lining

Project ID: 7063B

Department: Public Utilities
954-921-3930
Email
Went to commission on 4/12/12. Awarded to Lanzo. Award Protested.

Location:
Injection Well System Upgrades The existing Injection Well System was installed as peak shaving facility. The Ocean Outfall Rule Change requires conversion of the Injection Well System as the primary effluent disposal system. A series upgrade are proposed and consists of VFD for each Injection Well Pump, addition of A/C system in the existing electrical room, conversion of an abandoned decant tank to Injection Well Equalization Tank, etc. The first VFD has been installed for Injection Well Pump No. 3 and in service since January, 2010.

This project is part of the Water and Sewer CIP.


Department: Public Utilities
Feng "Jeff" Jiang
954-921-3930
Email


Contractor: Hazen & Sawyer
Active

Location: District 1
IT Computer Room Air Conditioning Upgrade The evaluation and planning process for new HVAC equipment for the City Hall Computer Room is complete. 100% plans for the electrical and mechanical systems are complete. IT has requested that we separate the electrical portion and advertise it for bid separately.

Project ID: CM-09-005

Department: Public Utilities
Bob Wertz, Senior Project Manager
954-921-3900
Email


Contractor: TBD
On Hold. Electrical completed, awaiting $100k in CIP.

Location:
Lift Station Conversion / Upgrade – Lift Stations W-2 and N-6 This project consists of the conversion of the ‘can-type’ sewer lift stations to submersible sewer lift stations, upgrading the hydraulic capacity along with electrical and instrumentation per City specifications.

This project is part of the Water and Sewer CIP.



Project ID: 08-8044A

Department: Public Utilities
954-921-3930

Contractor: AECOM
Construction phase

Location: Citywide
Lift Station Conversion / Upgrade Program – Lift Stations A-3, A-5, A-8, W-6, W-17 and W-26 This project consists of the conversion of the ‘can-type’ sewer lift stations to submersible sewer lift stations, upgrading the hydraulic capacity along with electrical and instrumentation per City specifications.

This project is part of the Water and Sewer CIP.


Project ID: 10-8044C

Department: Public Utilities
954-921-3930

Contractor: AECOM
Project is approx 35% complete. The contractor is working on LS A-3, A-8 & W-6

Location: Citywide
Lift Station E-2 and E-3 ICW Piping Replacement The force main servicing Lift Stations E-2 and E-3 were installed in 1950s and which have recently experienced failures resulting in the spillage of raw sewage into the Intracoastal Waterway. The replacement of Lift Stations E-2 and E-3 Intracoastal Waterway pipelines, including two sewer force mains and one water main at each location, is being implemented via Design-Build approach.

This project is part of the Water and Sewer CIP.

Project ID: 09-8524

Department: Public Utilities


Contractor: Man Con Inc.
Design/construction phase

Location: District 1
McKinley Street Parallel Interceptor The work to be performed includes site, civil, mechanical, structure, maintenance of traffic and all related work associated with: furnishing and installing a 54 - inch Pre-stressed Cylindrical Concrete Pipe (PCCP) force main from Taft Street to McKinley street along North 24th Avenue, a 66 – inch Pre-stressed Cylindrical Concrete Pipe (PCCP) sewer interceptor from North 24th Avenue to SRWWTP along McKinley Street, Taft Street Manhole No. 8 replacement at North 21st Avenue, all tie-ins, roadway resurfacing, concrete sidewalk replacement, sod restoration and related work.
This project is part of the Water and Sewer CIP.

Project ID: 07-7059

Department: Public Utilities
Bob Wertz
954-921-3900
Email


Contractor: GlobeTec Construction, LLC
A series of informational meetings and cookouts will be held, as various stages are started, to explain the construction process, and address resident's concerns. The first was held on May 27, 2010. Construction started in August 2010.

Location: Citywide
Plume Tracer Study and Water Quality Monitoring Plan As a condition for the renewal of the Southern Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant operation permit, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection indicated that continued wastewater effluent discharges through the ocean outfall would require the City to develop and implement a coastal water quality monitoring plan and perform a plume tracer study. The primary goal of the plume tracer study and coastal water quality monitoring plan is to investigate and evaluate the sources and distribution of nutrients affecting the health of the coastal ocean in Southeast Florida. The City of Hollywood, together with others cities in the Florida Area Coastal Environment (FACE) group which currently discharge wastewater effluent through ocean outfalls in Southeast Florida, approached the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory (AOML) to provide a detailed program for the required plume tracer study and coastal water quality monitoring plan. The City will embark on a joint party agreement with the US Department of Commerce to proceed with the tracer study.

This project is part of the Water and Sewer CIP.


Project ID: 10-9079

Department: Public Utilities
Francois Domond
921-921-3930
Email


Contractor: Nat'l Oceanic and Atomosperic Admin & AOML
City Executed Agreement with NOAA

Location: District 1
Replacement of Membrane Softening-Nano Membranes The project involves both desktop analysis and pilot testing in order to assess the best available nanofiltration membranes for the City’s Biscayne Aquifer raw water.

The project will evaluate and address the following concepts: Cost savings and benefits of acid reduction/elimination; reducing the number of stages from three to two; addition of energy recovery device (ERD); specify new NF membranes based on City’s water quality targets; perform membrane projections using manufacturer’s software; conduct pilot-scale testing on three membrane types using the WTP’s one-element pilot skid.

This project is part of the Water and Sewer CIP.


Department: Public Utilities
Clece Aurelus
954-921-3930
Email


Contractor: Malcolm Pirnie
Design phase

Location:
Retrofit Reverse Osmosis (RO) Train A The project consists of installation of a 2 MGD Reverse Osmosis (RO) Train along with all associated electrical, instrumentation and controls components. The RO Train incorporates state-of-the-art and advanced technological concepts such as high productivity/low energy membranes, interstage energy recovery device (ERD), variable frequency drive (VFD), etc. By adding a post-treatment acid system and modifying the existing antiscalant system, the acid usage for the RO system has been reduced by 90%. The expansion of the RO treatment system allows the City to fully comply with the SFWMD’s Water Availability Rule while significantly reducing operations, energy and chemicals costs.

This project is part of the Water and Sewer CIP.


Project ID: 10-4230

Department: Public Utilities
Clece Aurelus
954-921-3930
Email


Contractor: Malcolm Pirnie, Inc.
Permitting

Location: District 6
Reuse Study (Pilot Study) The recent Ocean Outfall Rule Change requires City reaches 60% reuse by year 2025. Different reuse alternatives need to be reviewed and evaluated during the pilot study phase. The project will include the following sub-projects: (1) Pre-design of Pilot Test; (2) Design of Pilot Test; (3) Pilot Test Permit Application and (4) Pilot Study. Based on the findings of the Reuse Pilot Study, the City of Hollywood will have a road map to comply with the new Ocean Outfall regulations.

This project is part of the Water and Sewer CIP.


Project ID: 10-9086

Department: Public Utilities
Feng "Jeff" Jiang
954-921-3930
Email


Contractor: Malcolm Pirnie, Inc.
Processing Proposal

Location: District 1
Water Main Replacement Program N. 28th Avenue from Hollywood Blvd to Lincoln Street, Polk Street, Taylor Street, Fillmore Street, Pierce Street from N. 28th Ave to I-95 Public Utilities
954.967.4455


Location:
Water Main Replacement Program N. 28th Avenue from Hollywood Blvd to Lincoln Street, Polk Street, Taylor Street, Fillmore Street, Pierce Street from N. 28th Ave to I-95

Location:
Water Main Replacement Program – N. 28th Avenue from Hollywood Blvd to Lincoln Street, Polk Street, Taylor Street, Fillmore Street, and Pierce Street from N. 28th Avenue to I-95 The water main replacement program will replace pipelines that have reached their useful life.

This project consists in replacing ±4,100 feet of an existing 8” water main with new 8” water main.

This project is part of the Water and Sewer CIP.


Project ID: 10-5100

Department: Public Utilities
Clece Aurelus
954-921-3930
Email


Contractor: ECSD
Procurement phase

Location: District 3
Water Main Replacement Program – Johnson Street from N. 28th Avenue to N. 29th Avenue, N. 29th Avenue from Lincoln Street to Johnson Street, N. 28th Avenue from Lincoln Street to Johnson Street and Li The water main replacement program will replace pipelines that have reached their useful life.

This project consists in replacing ±1,287 feet of an existing 2” corroded water main with a new 4” water main, ±1,349 feet of 6” water main and ±545 feet of 8” water main.

This project is part of the Water and Sewer CIP.



Project ID: 09-5095

Department: Public Utilities
Clece Aurelus
954-921-3930
Email


Contractor: ECSD
Design phase


Location: District 3
Water Main Replacement Program – N. 14th Avenue - Polk Street to Johnson Street, N. 13th Avenue – Hollywood Blvd to Johnson Street, Hollywood-Tyler Alley – N. 12th Avenue to N. 14th Ave, Polk-Taylor This project consists in replacing ±2,365 feet of an existing 16” corroded water main, ±2,700 feet of 6” water main, ±3,725 feet of 2” water main and ±860 of 12” water main.

This project is part of the Water Sewer CIP.

Project ID: 09-5098
Design Phase

Location: District 1
Water Main Replacement Program – N. 65th Way Moseley Street to Sherman Street This project consists in replacing ±3,567 feet of an existing 6” corroded water main.

This project is part of the Water Sewer CIP.

Project ID: 10-5101

Department: Public Utilities
Clece Aurelus
954-921-3937
Email


Contractor: Underground Utilities
Design phase

Location: District 5