Wednesday, May 1, 2013

UPDATE: Truck Traffic for Concrete Pours May 7th

Concrete pumps and construction crew for concrete placement activity.
Photo by Robin Scheswohl, SFPUC.


We are pleased to report that the concrete pours for the 11 million gallon treated water reservoir (TWR) at Harry Tracy are 75% complete, and that the work has gone faster than expected for each of the first three concrete “placement activities”. The one remaining date for this work is Tuesday, May 7th.

Heavy trucking hours along Crystal Springs Road in San Bruno: 7:00 am to 7:00 pm. Residents may require extra time to enter and exit their driveways.


Teamwork is required to carefully
place rebar for the TWR walls.
Photo by Katherine DuTiel, SFPUC

A “whirlybird” is used to smooth the
surface of the concrete, rather
than using a trowel by hand.
Photo by Katherine DuTiel, SFPUC























We are making every effort to minimize construction impacts to surrounding neighborhoods. Please don’t hesitate to call our 24-hour phone line at (866) 973-1476 or email us at peninsula@sfwater.org with questions or concerns.  

Learn more about our upgrades at Harry Tracy Water Treatment Plant on our project website: tinyurl.com/cnpbb9k

Concrete pour layout at dusk. Photo by Katherine DuTiel, SFPUC

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