Projects

McCown Tank Rehabilitation Construction

Project Started – March 28, 2022

Project Completion – July 26, 2022

Project Cost - $490,000

Project Contractor – Scott I. Enterprises

Project Engineer – AECOM, Columbia, SC

Project Scope:

The City of Florence Pine Needles elevated water tank, located on 2992 Third Loop Road. This is a 500,000-gallon tank including painting the interior and exterior and replacing the tank components, handrails, and piping. After the tank is thoroughly disinfected to regulatory standards and bacteriological samples were collected, the tank will be filled with treated water and put back into service.

The project is part of the City’s continuous effort to upgrade water system infrastructure and maintain quality services to customers.

Timmonsville Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation Phase II

Project Overview

City of Florence and AECOM have completed the planning and design for Timmonsville Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation Phase II sewer project for improvements along the following roadways: Warren Street, Orange Street, Keith Street, Pinckney Street, Hill Street, Byrd Street, New Street, Park Street, and Brockington Street. The project bid was awarded to Insituform Technologies, LLC.

The purpose of the sanitary sewer system improvements for the City of Florence – Timmonsville is to repair and replace aging infrastructure. The anticipated project includes:

  • Warren Street – 966 linear feet (LF) of cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) 8” gravity sewer, 1 manhole rehabilitation and 10 services
  • Orange Street – 1,371 LF of CIPP 8” gravity sewer, 410 LF of root removal,

2 point repairs, and 30 services

  • Keith Street – 1,452 LF of CIPP 8” gravity sewer, 376 LF of pipe bursting 8” gravity sewer, 3 point repairs and 3 manhole rehabilitations and 38 services
  • Pinckney Street – 1,840 LF of CIPP 8” gravity sewer, 2 manhole rehabilitations and 11 services
  • Hill Street – 321 LF of CIPP 8” gravity sewer and 4 services
  • Byrd Street – 497 LF of CIPP 8” gravity sewer, 305 LF of CIPP 12” gravity sewer, 295 LF of pipe bursting 8” gravity sewer, 125 LF of root removal, 2 point repairs, 3 manhole rehabilitations and 13 services
  • New Street – 676 LF of CIPP 8” gravity sewer and 9 services
  • Park Street – 369 LF of new 8” gravity sewer, 2 new manholes, 1 manhole rehabilitation and 6 services
  • Brockington Street – 257 LF of pipe bursting 8” gravity sewer and 3 services

Schedule

Construction is estimated to start March 14, 2022 and take 180 days to complete (construction schedules are subject to change due weather and other conditions).

Project Goal

This project will improve wastewater carrying capacity and reliable service for current and future customers.

Project Cost

$1,254,441.70

Alligator Road Water Plant Filter Vessel Rehabilitation Construction Project

Project Award Recommendation – June 21, 2021

Project Started – August 9, 2021

Project Completion – January 18, 2022

Project Cost - $173,600.00

Project Contractor – North American Construction

Project Engineer – AECOM, Columbia, SC

Project Scope:

The City of Florence Alligator Road Water Plant Filter Vessel Project is located at 3422 Alligator Road. The work includes the removal and replace one (1) filter four (4) cells support gravel, sand and anthracite, and sandblast and paint one (1) filter four (4) cells interior and overcoat paint filter exterior and piping.

The project is part of the City’s continuous effort to upgrade water system infrastructure and maintain quality water service to customers. 

 

Alligator Road Filter Vessel

Pine Needles Tank Rehabilitation Construction

Project Award Recommendation – December 2, 2021

Project Started – January 2, 2021

Project Completion – June 14, 2021

Project Cost - $405,000

Project Contractor – Scott I. Enterprises

Project Engineer – AECOM, Columbia, SC

Project Scope:

The City of Florence Pine Needles elevated water tank, located on 3459 Pine Needles Road, is now complete and back online. This 500,000-gallon, 21-year-old tank underwent repairs, including painting the interior and exterior and replacing the tank components, handrails, and piping. After the tank was thoroughly disinfected to regulatory standards and bacteriological samples were collected, the tank was filled with treated water and put back into service on June 14, 2021.

The project is part of the City’s continuous effort to upgrade water system infrastructure and maintain quality services to customers. 

Phone Number:
(843) 665 - 3236
Address:
1440 McCurdy Road Florence, SC 29506

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