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Tesoro Viejo Development, Inc.
TESORO VIEJO COMMON DIVERSION FACILITY AND WTP/WWTP/RWSP
PHASE B EXPANSION
Construction of Tesoro Viejo’s new consolidated raw water intake
is nearly complete. Throughout this past summer, both the removal
of the existing intakes and restoration of the existing cove were
completed.The project faced several challenges ranging from
coordination with multiple permitting agencies to working within the
limits of the San Joaquin River. WML crews displayed attention to
detail and creativity throughout this unique project. The success of
this project can be attributed to their talent and perseverance. Work
on the Phase B expansion of the Water and Wastewater Treatment
Plants has commenced. This expansion will double the treatment
capacity of both plants. The project is in the early stages and will be
completed by next winter.
WML Project Team
Project Executive: Ruben Moreno, Jr.
Project Manager: Ben Allen
Foreman: Quick Nava
Laborer: Nick Eastham
Owner: Tesoro Viejo Development, Inc.
Design Engineer: Kennedy Jenks Consultants, Inc.
HOUGHTON WEIR RECONSTRUCTION PROJECT
allow for water to run through the channel. Unfortunately, due to the
lingering drought conditions, water has yet to make it to the weir.
WML Project Team
Project Manager: Allen Hickernell
Superintendent: Glenn Jackson
Foremen: Joel Garcia and Hector Ramirez
Carpeters: Patrick Manuel and Manual Acosta
Carpenter Apprentice: Bryan Garcia
Laborer: Corbin Maricich, Quik Nava
Operator: Jeff Ellington, Nick Eastham
Construction of the weir began in August 2021
Rosedale-Rio-Bravo Water Storage District
This project consists of the demolition of two existing weirs, removal
of approximately 1,600 CY of existing mixed rip-rap, construction
of a new weir structure including underdrain and sediment bypass
piping, installation of slide gates and handrail, earthwork including
the fill and grading of the existing basin slopes, sorting and breaking
of the existing rip-rap to achieve the required 12” minus size and
replacement of rip-rap at the weir structure. This project started
in August of 2021 and had to be completed by January 2022 to
Owner: Rosedale-Rio Bravo Water Storage District (Markus Nygren)
Design Engineer: Meyer Civil Engineering (Richard Meyer)