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Construction

210 projects found

NW Thurman Sewer Reconstruction Project

Sewer and Stormwater
Active
Construction will continue through early 2022.
Environmental Services continues construction on a project to reconstruct the public sewer system in NW Thurman Street and the Willamette Heights Neighborhood. Sewer and stormwater improvements will increase capacity of the 100-year-old sewer, relieve sewer backups, and reduce street flooding.

SW Main-Taylor Sewer Project

Sewer and Stormwater
Active
Project design continues. Construction is anticipated to begin in early October of 2021 and take a year to complete.
Environmental Services is designing a project to repair 10,765 feet, or two miles, of aging public sewer pipes in downtown Portland. Having provided 100 to 150 years of service, the pipes require repairs to reduce the risks of basement flooding and sewage releases to downtown buildings and streets.
Two sewer service lateral repairs remain in the project.
Environmental Services will repair public sewer service laterals in SW Washington Street between SW Park Avenue and SW 10th Avenue in downtown Portland. The repairs will help prevent sewage backups into buildings and streets.

NW Westover Road Sewer Repairs

Sewer and Stormwater
Active
Construction is anticipated to begin in December of 2021 and take up to a year to complete.
Environmental Services continues design on a project to replace and upsize 1,400 feet of 100-year-old public sewer pipes in NW Westover Road, NW Summit Avenue, and NW Lovejoy Street. Work will include installing new maintenance access holes and service laterals to private properties.

SW Market-Madison Sewer Project

Sewer and Stormwater
Active
Project design will continue through early 2023. Construction is anticipated to begin in the spring of 2023 and take a year to complete.
Environmental Services is designing the next in a series of projects to repair and replace aging public sewer pipes in downtown Portland that are in poor condition. The pipes require attention to reduce the risks of basement flooding and sewage releases to buildings and streets.

NE 33rd Drive Pump Station Upgrades Project

Sewer and Stormwater
Active
Design work began in July 2020. Construction is anticipated to begin winter 2022.
Environmental Services – the City’s sewer and stormwater bureau – is designing a project to upgrade a pump station in Northeast Portland. This project will replace the existing pump station with a new larger pump station.
Construction is anticipated to take place in 2023.
Environmental Services is starting a project to restore about 16 acres in the Johnson Creek floodplain. The project will reconnect Johnson Creek to its historic floodplain, reduce flooding on private property, restore habitat for fish and wildlife, and improve water quality in the creek.
Project design is complete. Construction is anticipated to begin as soon as January 2022.
Environmental Services is designing a project that will install and upsize public sewer pipes, as well as construct green street planters, within the Ladd’s Addition neighborhood. These improvements will increase sewer capacity, relieve sewer backups, and reduce street flooding.

SE Elliott-Spruce Alley Sewer Project

Sewer and Stormwater
Active
Construction began in early August 2021 and will continue through to November 2021.
Environmental Services is completing construction in the Ladd’s Addition neighborhood to replace the public sewer pipe in the Elliott-Spruce Alley between SE 12th Ave and SE Birch St. 

Ankeny Pump Station Odor Control Repair

Sewer and Stormwater
Active
Construction is expected to begin in the Fall of 2021 and should take about six months to complete.
Environmental Services is repairing an odor control facility near the Ankeny Pump Station in Waterfront Park. In 2015, equipment used to control odor near the pump station was damaged in a flood. This project will repair the damage and reduce odors near the pump station.
Construction began in June 2021 and will take about six months to complete.
The Balch Creek Trash Rack collects sediment, large logs, and other woody debris that Balch Creek carries down from Forest Park. It is aging and needs to be replaced to help reduce the chance of future clogs, backups, and floods.

Council Crest Sewer and Stormwater Project

Sewer and Stormwater
Active
This project is in an early evaluation and information gathering phase. Design for the project will likely not begin until 2021. Construction is not expected until 2022 or later.
Environmental Services is investigating pipes and stormwater facilities in the Council Crest Neighborhood in preparation for a project that will replace or repair aging public sewer pipes, improve stormwater management, and support healthy habitat.

Crystal Springs Lake Restoration

Sewer and Stormwater
Active
Environmental Services and Portland Parks & Recreation are currently working with community stakeholders and technical experts to develop a design concept. Concept design is expected to be completed by December of 2021 and information will be shared here.
Environmental Services, in partnership with Portland Parks & Recreation, is designing a project to improve habitat for salmon and other native fish at Crystal Springs Lake in Southeast Portland.

Goose Hollow Sewer Repair Project

Sewer and Stormwater
Active
Construction began in November 2020 and will take up to a year and a half to complete.
The Goose Hollow Sewer Repair Project is repairing or replacing aging sewer pipes in the Goose Hollow and Southwest Hills Residential League neighborhoods. This project will protect the public and the environment by reducing the possibility of sewage releases to homes, businesses, and streets.

Johnson Creek Oxbow Restoration Project

Sewer and Stormwater
Active
The project is in the early design phases. Construction is expected to begin in the spring of 2022.
This project will restore habitat and reconnect Johnson Creek and Errol Creek with their natural floodplains. It will help protect endangered salmon, improve water quality, provide habitat for birds and other wildlife, and reduce flood risk in the surrounding neighborhood.
The overall project is still in the early investigation and evaluation phases. Engineering design work will begin in 2021 and will be completed in the spring of 2022. Construction will begin sometime after the end of design.
The Lower Northwest Sewer and Stormwater project will replace or repair aging sewer pipes in the Northwest and Pearl districts. This project will protect the public and the environment by reducing the possibility of street flooding and sewage releases to homes, businesses and streets. 

SE Stark Trunk Sewer Project

Sewer and Stormwater
Active
Design will begin in January 2021. Construction is expected to begin in May 2022 and take a year to complete.
Environmental Services is designing a project to repair large-diameter concrete sewer pipes along SE Stark Street between SE 3rd Avenue and the Willamette River. Repairs will increase the sewer’s resiliency, extend its service life for 50 years or more, and help prevent sewage releases.

Sheridan Trunk Sewer Project-Duniway Park

Sewer and Stormwater
Active
Design started in March 2021 and will continue over the next two years. Construction is currently scheduled to begin May 2023 and will take up to a year to complete.
Environmental Services is designing a project to repair or replace several hundred feet of aging, large-diameter public sewer pipes in Duniway Park. Having provided over 100 years of service, the pipes require repairs to maintain reliable sewer service and protect public health and the environment.
Construction began July 2021, and will take up to five months to complete
Environmental Services is constructing a project to repair 1,080 feet of aging, large-diameter public sewer pipe in the South Portland Neighborhood. Repairs will increase the sewer’s resiliency, extend its service life for 50 years or more, and help prevent sewage releases.