City of Lincoln - Verdera North Water Infrastructure Project

 2020 Project of the Year

This project was recently awarded the American Public Works Association (APWA) Sacramento Chapter’s “2020 Project of the Year” in the Environment (Water) Category!

The purpose of the Verdera North Water Infrastructure project is to provide the City with adequate storage and supply of water to accommodate growth and to enhance reliability to the City’s existing citizens by providing redundancy to the City’s existing system. The project consisted of a 5-MG prestressed-concrete tank, a pad for a future 5-MG tank, 4,000 feet of 36-inch pipeline, 933 feet of 16-inch pipeline to high elevation customers, a sewer pump station and force main, a recreation trail, filling an abandoned 7-acre municipal water storage pond and extensive oak tree mitigation planting.

Coastland provided project management services from project inception through construction, including developing project budgets, consultant selection (engineering and construction management), preliminary design studies, design oversight, bidding and award, SCADA, construction, and operational start-up.

The success of this project is attributed to the exceptional collaborative efforts among the team, including the City of Lincoln, Bennett Engineering (Primary Designer) and TRC (Construction Management).