This Project was to incorporate new SCADA monitoring site (flow and pressure) into existing San Francisco Water Supply SCADA system. The monitoring sites contribute to the automation process of the water supply system. The work included the traffic routing, removal of pavement, the excavation of trenches and pits, the loading and hauling of materials to the job site, furnishing and installing concrete vaults for flow meter, transducers and pressure transmitters, control cabinets and appurtenances, the furnishing and placing of backfill and the restoration of pavements. Also included was the installation of two pressure transmitters at 7 existing pressure regulating valves(PRC) within San Francisco. The pressure signals were connected to the existing SFWD SCADA Master System. One Flow meter and one pressure transmitter was to be installed at twenty three (23) locations within san Francisco and will be tied to the existing SFWD SCADA Master System. Flow meter and pressure transmitters were to be installed at 5 Bay Area Water Supply Conservation Agency (BAWSCA) Turnouts in the Peninsula and South Bay areas and will be tied to the existing SFWD SCADA Master System.
Category: Dry Utilities
Client Type: All, City, San Francisco