Meridian Street Water Quality Retrofit

​​​​​Project Overview:  EV-0162

This project will provide water quality retrofit treatment through construction of water quality treatment facilities along Meridian Street (State Route 539) between Bakerview Road and Stuart Road, and on Kellogg Road. 

This project addresses untreated runoff from one of the highest-volume roadways in the City. Portions of Meridian Street, which has an estimated 32,000 average daily vehicle trips, contribute runoff directly to Spring and Baker Creeks, which are tributaries to 303(d)-listed Squalicum Creek. Baker Creek itself also has been listed on the 303(d) list for bacterial contamination.

Meridian Street has a high volume of vehicles which is expected to necessitate night work.​

Funding provided by Department of Ecology grant and City 430 Storm & Surface Water Utility.

Status – February 2021

Accomplishments: 

  • Advertised and selected Pacific Surveying & Engineering as design consultant
  • Prepare scope of work and negotiate agreement
  • Submit Inadvertent Discovery Plan
  • Site survey
  • Initiate design
  • Design 30%
  • Evaluate/select design alternatives
  • Submit Design Report to Ecology for review
  • Design 60%
  • Submittal of permits
  • Submit Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation (DAHP) cultural resource document
  • Ecology Design Report acceptance
  • Submittal of 90% Plans, Specifications and Estimate
  • Project Advertisement for bids
  • Council Award of construction
  • Construction start

Next Milestone: Substantial completion. 1 year maintenance/guarantee period.

Project Details

  • Status – Construction
  • Contract Awarded – May 4, 2020
  • Contract Amount – $1,423,942.50
  • Contractor – Razz Construction
  • Completion Date
  • Vicinity Ma​p ​​

Contacts

​Larr​y Scholten, P.E. 
Project Engineer
Phone: 360-778-7923

Participating Departments

Affected Neighborhoods