RFP: Recoat Foxfire Lift Station

The City of Waupaca is requesting sealed bids from qualified contractors for the referenced project. The work involved consists of removal existing paint and recoat the interior for Foxfire Lift Station. A map is included showing the approximate location.

Foxfire Lift Station is an underground steel packaged sewage pumping station manufactured by Smith & Loveless and put into service in 1995. Full paint removal from the internal sections of lift station including the top, middle, and bottom barrel sections are required. Paint removal includes floors, walls, and piping. All residual paint and blasting materials shall be removed and disposed of properly.

Work will require the contractor to remove existing interior ladders. Existing control panels, electrical conduit, and pumps are required to remain. Contractor to provide proper protection of these facilities prior to work start. This lift station shall remain operational at all times.
Removal and recoat of exterior top is NOT included in this request.

All work shall be in compliance with all local and State rules and regulations. Applicants may review lift station drawings at the Waste Water Treatment Plant. To coordinate a review time or to ask questions about the lift station; please call 715-258-4424.

 

RFP: Impressed Current Cathodic Protection Systems for City of Waupaca Lift Stations

The City of Waupaca is requesting sealed bids from qualified contractors for the referenced project. The work involved consists of installation of impressed current cathodic protection systems for three (3) underground steel lift stations. The three (3) lift stations are: Foxfire Lift Station, Brainerds Bridge Lift Station and Covered Bridge Lift Station. A map is included showing their approximate location.

All work shall be in compliance with all local and State rules and regulations. Applicants may review lift station drawings at the Waupaca Wastewater Treatment Plant. To coordinate a review time or to ask questions about the lift stations; please call 715-258-4424.