City council approved a contract amendment with Jacobs Engineering in the amount of $375,000 to provide owner’s representative services during construction of the Pyramid Peak Water Treatment Plant Expansion project.
Owner’s representative services include attending all project meetings, monitoring project expenditures and design changes that may affect Peoria’s cost contribution, coordination with the contractor and engineer on behalf of the city, reporting to WIFA on loan disbursement related tasks, and acting as a conduit between the project team and the city’s project management staff.
The Pyramid Peak Water Treatment Plant expansion will provide about 13 million gallons per day of additional Central Arizona Project water supply to meet future growth in north Peoria.
The plant treats approximately 11 million gallons of drinking water for the city of Peoria per day and is a vital component of the city's drinking water supply. Improvements, upgrades, and capital investment at the facility enhance the reliability of this source of water for the city.