Construction Projects

Construction Projects

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Delivering water to customers throughout the IRWD service area requires an intricate infrastructure and miles of pipeline. IRWD's construction projects include water system repairs and new facilities.  Updates are posted regularly on active construction projects. Click on the projects listed below for specific information.

You can also view a complete list of Capital Improvement Program Projects for Fiscal Year 2018-19.

Attention Contractors:
No contractor or subcontractor may be awarded a contract for public work on a public works project (awarded on or after April 1, 2015) unless registered with the Department of Industrial Relations pursuant to Labor Code section 1725.5.

Bidders and subcontractors must register at the following location: 
https://efiling.dir.ca.gov/PWCR/ActionServlet?action=displayPWCRegistrationForm

 

Current Construction Projects    

Baker Plant, Serrano Summit, Civic Center

Biosolids and Energy Recovery Facilities Project

Energy Storage Project

Irvine Lake Pipeline Conversion Project

Eastwood Recycled Water Pump Station

Michelson Sewer Force Main Rehabilitation Project

Newport Coast Lift Station Rehabilitation

Zone 1 Reservoir

Future Construction Projects

Syphon Reservoir Recycled Water Storage Project

Derian Avenue/Lake Forest Sewer Upsizing

Turtle Ridge Pipeline Rehab

Cathodic Protection for Laguna Canyon Recycled Water

MacArthur Main Manhole Project

Great Park Sewer Improvements


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