The proposed project includes the installation of approximately 7,400 linear feet of 6-inch polyvinyl chloride (PVC) recycled water pipeline within the paved right-of-way of Manchester Avenue and El Camino Real. Construction of the project is expected to begin in winter of 2020. The new pipeline would be constructed via standard cut and cover technique with the bottom of the trench extending 4 to 6 feet below grade and between 24 to 32 inches wide. Typical construction equipment employed would include a backhoe, flatbed supply trucks, pickup trucks, excavator, and dump trucks. Project construction activity could occur in one or two phases, dependent upon the prices received during bidding, with construction lasting approximately six months. Construction equipment would not be located at a single point for an extended period of time. Rather, multiple pieces of construction equipment would move along the alignment. Based on an average working distance of 350 feet per day, when the active work area is directly adjacent to a given receiver, construction activities throughout the day would be an average distance of 175 feet along an active portion of the alignment from any adjacent receiver. Project construction would occur between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m., Monday through Friday only (not on the weekend) and excluding federal holidays.
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