Master Pump Station Reconstruction

Master Pump Station Reconstruction

Rebuild Florida Public Notice

Notice is hereby given that the City of Treasure Island is offering citizens the opportunity to comment on the proposed grant application for the Rebuild Florida General Infrastructure Program’s competitive solicitation issued by the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO). This program is funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Community Development Block Grant - Mitigation (CDBG-MIT) to address unmet infrastructure needs related to the protection of critical facilities. The project will consist of the reconstruction of the master pump station for improved storm resiliency. The City is requesting $3,353,017.50. While the program does not require matching funds, the City is proposing to contribute $3,481,747.50 towards the project.

The comment period begins on September 1, 2021 and ends on September 16, 2021. All comments must be submitted to stacy.boyles@mytreasureisland.org and received no later than close of business September 16, 2021 to be included with the application package that will be submitted to the State of Florida.

Spanish Por la presente se notifica que la Ciudad de Treasure Island está ofreciendo a los ciudadanos la oportunidad de comentar sobre la solicitud de subvención propuesta para la solicitud competitiva del Programa de Infraestructura General de Reconstrucción de Florida emitida por el Departamento de Oportunidades Económicas de Florida (DEO). Este programa está financiado por la Subvención en Bloque para el Desarrollo Comunitario - Mitigación (CDBG-MIT) del Departamento de Vivienda y Desarrollo Urbano de los EE. UU. (HUD) para abordar las necesidades de infraestructura insatisfechas relacionadas con la protección de instalaciones críticas. El proyecto consistirá en la reconstrucción de la estación de bombeo principal para mejorar la resistencia a las tormentas. La Ciudad solicita $ 3,353,017.50. Si bien el programa no requiere fondos de contrapartida, la Ciudad propone contribuir con $ 3,481,747.50 para el proyecto. El período de comentarios comienza el 1 de septiembre de 2021 y finaliza el 16 de septiembre de 2021. Todos los comentarios deben enviarse a stacy.boyles@mytreasureisland.org y recibirse a más tardar el cierre de operaciones el 16 de septiembre de 2021 para que se incluyan en el paquete de solicitud que se enviará. presentado al Estado de Florida.

Creole Se Avi sa a bay ke Vil Treasure Island ap ofri sitwayen yo opòtinite pou yo fè kòmantè sou aplikasyon an sibvansyon pwopoze pou Rekonstwi Florid Jeneral enfrastrikti Pwogram nan konpetitif solitasyon ki soti nan Depatman Florid la nan opòtinite ekonomik (DEO). Pwogram sa a finanse pa Depatman Lojman ak Devlopman Iben Etazini (HUD) Devlopman Kominotè Blòk Grant - Kontwol Dega (CDBG-MIT) pou adrese bezwen enfrastrikti ki pa satisfè ki gen rapò ak pwoteksyon enstalasyon kritik yo. Pwojè a ap konpoze de rekonstriksyon an nan estasyon an ponp mèt pou amelyore rezistans tanpèt. Vil la ap mande $ 3,353,017.50. Pandan ke pwogram nan pa mande pou fon matche, Vil la pwopoze pou kontribye $ 3,481,747.50 pou pwojè a. Peryòd la kòmantè kòmanse sou, 1 septanm 2021 epi li fini sou, 16 septanm 2021. Tout kòmantè yo dwe soumèt nan stacy.boyles@mytreasureisland.org ak resevwa pa pita pase fèmen nan biznis, 16 septanm 2021 yo dwe enkli nan pake aplikasyon an ki pral soumèt bay Eta Florid.

Project Information

The City's primary wastewater pump station is located at 120 108th Avenue. It is over 40 years old and is in need of reconstruction. Reconstruction will include the following components:

  • Sitework and wet well construction
  • Building and substructure with ADA access and interior build-out
  • Sewage bypass
  • Influent gravity main and wet well lining
  • Electrical, instrumentation, controls, pumps, valves and piping systems
  • Emergency power supply
  • Odor control
  • Construction inspection services

Elevation of the wastewater pump station’s electrical components above the base flood elevation and above the storm surge level for a Category 3 hurricane better adapts the critical asset to withstand impacts of flooding and sea level rise. An elevated structure, wind-loaded per current code requirements, also provides the City with an opportunity to store sensitive wastewater equipment during times of high waters. Completion of this project will allow the master station to function after a storm event for service continuity while also protecting the community and the environment.

A Request for Qualifications for project design is being drafted. A cost-focused procurement approach ensures that the lowest responsive bidder is selected to construct the proposed improvements. A tentative project timeline is provided below.

  • Design Contract Award: Dec. 2021
  • Design & Permitting Phase: Jan. 2021 - June 2023
  • Construction Contract Award: Aug. 2023
  • Construction Phase & Project Closeout: Sept. 2023 – Dec. 2024
The project is seeking $3,353,017 in DEO grant funding while $3,481,747 is proposed to be funded through ARPA (American Rescue Plan Act) funds and via a low interest State Revolving Fund (SRF) loan. While City-provided matching funds are not required for grant eligibility, a match is proposed in the grant application to bolster competitiveness. The City has also applied for $1.5M in Resilient Florida grant funds. 






Updated 31 August 2021