Loading…
Back To Schedule
Thursday, September 15 • 9:00am - 9:45am
Cooperative Success – 5MG Tank partnership with Administration, Board of Trustees, Community Council, Engineers, Contractor, Operators, Support Services, and Neighbors

Sign up or log in to save this to your schedule, view media, leave feedback and see who's attending!

The recent completion of the Kearns Improvemnet District's 5MG tank was a cooperative success that brouhgt together the input and buy-in o fpublic and private organizations, professionals and private individuals. The road to success was cooperative and input. - Engineering Studies and Long Range Planning - Financing – Board of Trustees mandate to pay as you go. Saved money for years.
- Aging Infrastructure
- Site Planning
- Community Council Input and Buy In - Neighbor buy-in
- Engineering Selection (Neighbor protection measures)
- Community Council and Neighbor updates
- Contractor Selection – Seismic monitoring and protection
- Groundbreaking ceremony
- Community Council periodic Project Tours
- Weekly Construction Progress Updates & Photos posted on KID Website
- Neighborhood notifications of night time concrete pours and inconveniences
- Fliers and contact & response information on roadway construction and closures
- Student, Industry, and peer tours of 5MG tank
- Interaction of Maintenance and Operations personnel on facility design, inspection, construction phasing, and placing into service
- O&M Division operating zone water to ensure an adequate supply with the sole 2MG tank on site, and keeping Administration Staff up to date of issues, allowing communication with customers and vendors. This allowed buy-in of project with the staff. Great communication, few surprises
- Instant response to neighbor issues or concerns
- Quality Contractor and daily interaction with KID Administration and Inspection personnel
- Quality Engineered plans and specifications.

Speakers

Thursday September 15, 2016 9:00am - 9:45am MDT
Sunbrook B

Attendees (3)