City of San Diego – Morena Pump Station

Project Synopsis
As part of the Pure Water Program team, CPM Partners is providing CPM scheduling services to the City of San Diego for this project. The Pure Water Program is a phased, multi-year program that will provide more than 40% of San Diego’s water supply locally by the end of 2035. The Program will use proven water purification technology to clean recycled water to produce safe, high-quality drinking water and offers a cost-effective investment for San Diego’s water needs and will provide a reliable, and sustainable water supply.

The work mainly consists of the construction of a wastewater pump station at the southwest corner of Custer Street and Sherman Street off Morena
Boulevard, north of Interstate 8. Construction activities include demolition of existing facilities at the proposed Morena Pump Station site. The
construction of a new 37.7-MGD Morena Wastewater Pump Station Facility will included Odor Control Systems, Electrical Building, Screening
Facility, High Purity Oxygen System and Maintenance Building. Civil site work includes storm drainage, yard piping, perimeter walls, access gates,
pavement, landscaping, and other appurtenances.

This project also includes the construction of 48-inch, 60-inch & 66-inch diversion and overflow sewers, three diversion structures with slide gates and one junction structure on Friars Road adjacent to the pump station site.

Services Provided
CPM Partners services include providing review of baseline schedule, critical path method scheduling, baseline schedule analysis, monthly schedule updates and analysis, time impact analysis and program level schedule coordination updates for conformance with project specifications, ensuring necessary records are kept on key production rates and work dates and evaluating Contractor’s requests for time extension.

Owner: City of San Diego
Location: San Diego, CA
Cost: $110 M
Dates: June 2021 – Feb 2025 (est.)