Details for RFQ - The Town of Beech Mountain is

RFQ - The Town of Beech Mountain is seeking proposals from qualified engineering firms to perform professional services related to the design and implementation of the Grassy Gap WWTP Sewershed Study. The primary purpose of this project is to identify defects in the collection system that contribute extraneous water directly or indirectly to the Grassy Gap WWTP. The Grassy Gap WWTP, which is permitted for 0.080 MGD, has exceeded 80% of permit capacity (0.064 MGD) because of I/I. Nineteen (19) times in the past five years the monthly average flow exceeded 80% of the permit limit. The Town has received four Notice of Violations in the past four years for exceeding the limit. Sanitary sewer overflows (SSO’s) have also occurred in the collection system. A 2001 engineering study by Hobbs, Upchurch, & Associates included flow monitoring and manhole inspections for the purpose of identifying sources of I/I. Since that study is over 20 years old and since no inspection of pipes was performed, this project will augment and update the asset information for the Grassy Gap WWTP collection system. This better information will be used to plan the necessary improvements to reduce I/I to acceptable levels. Experience with projects funded through the NCDEQ Division of Water infrastructure is preferred. Please note RFQ submissions are due at the Beech Mountain Town Hall, no later than December 9th, 2022, by 4:00 P.M. to the address – Town of Beech Mountain 403 Beech Mountain Parkway Beech Mountain, NC 28604 Attention: Robert Pudney


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