Owens Lake Dust Mitigation Program Phase 9/10 Project
The Owens Lake Dust Mitigation Progran Phase 9/10 Project is designed to mitigate dust emissions on an additional 3.62 square miles of Owens Lake bed. This 18-month project is scheduled for completion by July 2017. Upon completion of Phase 9/10, the City of Los Angeles’ overall investment in the Owens Lake Dust Mitigation Program will reach nearly $2 billion.
Major project components consist of three new pumping stations to provide site water management, raised earthen roads, berms with rip-rap slopes, and the installation of many miles of piping, including welded stainless-steel mainline pipe, HDPE lateral pipe, and perforated drain pipe.
KDG is LADWP’s owner’s representative, providing on-site coordination and supervision of all construction management operations. KDG’s team of resident engineers, inspectors, project controls staff, technical specialists and safety professionals manage and monitor all construction activities. They coordinate the resolution of design and construction issues, and prepare contract and construction status reports
KDG staff processes change orders, handles pay applications, tracks construction progress and monitors cost controls and critical path method schedules. Quality assurance and safety staff perform all technical inspections, provide on-site supervision of quality inspections, site safety monitoring and reporting.