Capital Project Tracking and Reporting SystemCity of St. Joseph, Missouri
Blacksnake Creek StormWater Separation Project
 

Project Information

Blacksnake Creek StormWater Separation Project
513-010

Project Manager: David Frazier

Assistant Project Manager: Lee Sommers

Current Project Status: Construction

Project Scope:
    The Blacksnake Combined Sewer Rehabilitation Crack Repair package generally consists of repair of concrete and brick cracks in the Blacksnake Combined Sewer pipeline, removal of encrustation and deposits at select lateral connection locations, surface repair of plugged lateral connections and repair of existing missing brick locations. The Blacksnake Creek Stormwater Separation Project Tunnel Package generally consists of the construction of 90-inch diameter concrete precast segment lined 6,648-foot long tunnel, 37-foot diameter baffle drop shaft, 48 feet of near surface reinforced concrete box culvert, 2-foot diameter vent shaft, l8l feet of 90-inch diameter open cut steel pipe installation, l25 feet of 90-inch jacked steel pipe, an energy dissipation structure and site restoration. The Blacksnake Creek Stormwater Separation Improvement Conveyance Package generally consists of the construction of a 7-feet by 6-feet below-grade precast box culvert 5,729 feet in length with four junction structures and an inlet structure, construction of an inlet structure to the existing Blacksnake Combined Sewer System, rehabilitation of a screening structure and slide gate within the existing Blacksnake Combined Sewer System, improvements to approximately 900 linear feet of the existing Roy’s Branch channel near the Missouri River and site restoration.  

Project Funding:
   2015 A IDA Bonds
   2016 SRF Funding
   2017 SRF Funding
   Over-payment from Property Closings
   Recovery Reimbursement
   SEWER FUND BAL

Project Funding Amount: $59,496,542.45

Update:
   Blacksnake Creek Stormwater Separation Improvement Project Tunnel Package: Super Excavators are continuing to working on the receiving shaft near Second Harvest with the secant piles all installed. The connection to the box conveyance is completed. The entrance shaft and staging area is complete and the Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) first two sections were installed into the entry shaft. Wiring issues have caused a temporary delay but is in the process of being resolved. The subcontractor Foley has completed the main outfall structure and is working on the outfall apron and wing walls. Blacksnake Creek Stormwater Separation Improvement Project Conveyance Package: Mega opened the river front trail at the Remington Center and the permanent hand railing on the headwall and wing walls has been installed. Mega started work on the substructure for the pedestrian bridge at 26th and Messanie Street. The Stormwater Inlet Structure at Randolph and Ferndale Ave complete and work continues on the Sewer Separation Structure at the same location. Mega has started laying down the geotextile fabric and aggregate base for the trail along the conveyance alignment.  

Last Update: Tuesday July 17, 2018