Water Treatment “Swimming Pool” to be Removed
The Water Treatment Facility at the South Shaft site, known by neighbors as the “Swimming Pool”, will continue to be demolished next week (week of February 21st)and materials will be hauled off site. Neighbors may experience some noise during demolition.
Demobilization Begins – Please Watch for Trucks
With the tunnel and pipeline complete, the contractor and staff will begin removing equipment and hauling it away. Please watch for additional truck traffic in the area. Please observe posted speed limits and watch for trucks entering the roadway.
Enjoy the weekend!
Tuesday, February 15, 2011
Friday, February 11, 2011
The contractor for the SFPUC's New Crystal Springs Bypass Tunnel & Pipeline project will be performing trench work the week of February 14th on Polhemus Road near the South Shaft site between Bunker Hill and Crystal Springs in San Mateo.
The work is expected to take less than three days and will require one lane of traffic to be closed temporarily. A flag person will be on site to direct traffic.
The work may cause possible daytime traffic delays on Polhemus Road.
Thank you for your continued support while we upgrade your drinking water system.
Thursday, February 10, 2011
Did you know the original Crystal Springs Bypass Pipeline near Polhemus Road in San Mateo was installed in 1969? We'd love to hear from any neighbors who remember the pipeline work or who lived in the area at the time. Enjoy!
Monday, February 7, 2011
The New Crystal Springs Bypass Tunnel and Pipeline project was featured on ABC 7 on Friday, February 4th! It is an exclusive look inside the original Crystal Springs Bypass Tunnel and includes some interesting historical and current photos of the project. Enjoy and please give us your feedback!
Wednesday, February 2, 2011
The recently completed Crystal Springs Bypass Pipeline Shutdown will be featured in an exclusive story on ABC 7 News this week. We believe it will air on Friday evening, February 4th. Check local listings for channel information.
ABC 7 reporter Ken Miguel interviewed project staff during the critical pipeline shutdown and walked through the original pipeline after it was drained in January.
If possible, we will post a link to the video story in case you miss it.
We hope you get a chance to watch the story and please share your comments with us!