Construction Nears Completion
Environmental Services is near the end of a project to build a new sewage pump staion on NE Skidmore Street at 88th Avenue (see map on back) to replace an older pump station too small to meet current demands. The photos on the right show the older pump station built in 1998 and the new pump station.
This project is removing the old structure and has built a new pump station that covers about twice the area. These improvements will protect public health, property and our environment, and reduce the possibility of sewage releases into streets, homes and businesses.
Developments of Note
Crew are in the process of completing construction at the site. Soon you will see the old structure removed, final quality control testing performed, and removal of materials and equipment from the site. Landscaping will be done a little later by crews from the Parks Bureau. Crews are currently on track to be off the site by the end of June.
For More Information
If you have questions or concerns, contact Rhetta Drennan by phone at 503-823-6006 or by email. Let us know if you have concerns such as maintaining driveway access, business operations or medical deliveries.
New pump station with old structure removed
Old pump station demolition
Installation of the monopole that will hold lighting for the site and transmission aerial
Pump Station is now enclosed
Holiday camel hanging out beside the construction site.
Installing beam onto structure.
Underslab conduit construction