Deephaven Lift Station L48 Improvements

ES Project No. 802834

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Project Update - Open House Presentation - July 9, 2024 (PDF).  See previous Project Updates below.

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Project Description

Metropolitan Council Environmental Services (ES), operator of the metro area wastewater collection and treatment system, has aging sanitary sewer infrastructure that needs improvement. The project will include the rehabilitation of Lift Station L48, which pumps wastewater from the neighborhood to a water resource recovery facility - replacing valves, pumps, and pipes as well as electrical and site work. The project will also include the replacement of a connected pressurized sanitary sewer pipe that carries wastewater, which was built in 1970 and is reaching the end of its service life. The project is anticipated to start in August 2024 and be complete in 2025. Impacts to the community may include:
  • Interim traffic impacts throughout construction
  • Noise during construction working hours
  • Resin odor from the pipe lining procedure
  • Temporary water shutoffs for some residents

Project Map

  Project area map. Project area starts at Lift Station L48, continues east on Cottagewood Road, north on Vine Hill Road up to Ridgewood Road, east on Ridgewood Road to Wyndhill Circle, and North onto Wyndhill Circle.

Project Schedule

Deephaven project timeline showing an open house on July 9, 2024, work starting in August 2024, and work completed in 2025.
 

Project Updates

Open House Presentation - July 9, 2024 (PDF) 3 MB

Project Staff

Project Manager: Tiffany Troudt, Senior Engineer, Interceptor Engineering
Council's Authorized Representative (CAR): Ron Grajczyk, Principal Contract Administrator, Construction Services
 

Project Contacts

For information, please contact:

Email: [email protected]
Phone: 952-952-9912

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