Capital Projects

In an effort to ensure long lasting infrastructure and high quality culinary water and sanitary wastewater services, GHID is continually updating aging pipes and facilities and addressing problematic areas within these crucial systems. Our goal is to keep the Water and Wastewater systems in good repair in order to avoid costly emergency repairs when pipes break or collapse. It is our goal to carry out these projects and improvements with minimal disruption to our customers. Take note of our upcoming projects and feel free to contact our staff at 801.968.3551 with any concerns. Please be patient with us while we work to provide you with the high level of service you have come to expect from GHID.  



Project Status Updates - updated June 2017

14G: 4700 South/4800 West Waterline Project - Phase 2
Construction has begun at 4800 West & 4700 South. The work shall be completed in September.


15E: 4100 South Waterlines Project
The new 12-inch and 16-inch waterline installation is progressing. The 12-inch waterline in 4100 South was connected to the Peggy Lane waterline the week of June 5, 2017. The new waterlines are now complete from the Peggy Lane and 5600 West intersection to the 4100 South and 6000 West intersection.


16A: 3500 South Pipeline Replacement Project
A preconstruction meeting was held on June 7, 2017. Work is scheduled to start on July 5, 2017.


16E: Decker Main WWPS - Pump Replacement Project
The 7 day test of Pump 4 was completed on June 8, 2017. The Contractor is working on Pump 1.


16F: Warner WWPS Improvements
The Warner WWPS Improvements project consists of construction of a new electrical building, electrical upgrades, landscaping upgrades and other miscellaneous repairs. Bowen Collins & Associates has prepared bid documents for the project, which were released May 10, 2017. A bid opening was held on June 6, 2017.


16G: GHID Headquarters Parking Lot Renovations
The consultant is working on finalizing the design for the first phase of the project, which includes pavement replacement on the south end of the Headquarters’ property.


16H: 24-inch Forcemain Rehabilitation
One of the force mains running from the Armstrong WWPS to the collection vault for CVWRF at Well 12 is made of concrete and has experienced deterioration. The contractor prepared a report with recommendations, and the improvements may be included as part of the 17D Project.


17A: Sewer Rehabilitation Project
The Contractor CIPP (cured in-place piping) installation will start in July or August 2017.


17B: Valley Downs WWPS Influent Sewer Replacement Project
The project includes construction at two sites. Construction started June 12.


17C: 3270 West Waterline Replacement Project
The Construction Contract is in place. The Contractor will start work when the 14G: 4700 South/4800 West Waterline Project is complete.


17D: East Reclamation WWPS Forcemain Replacement Project
Surveys, potholing and geotechnical work is complete. A 60-percent design review is scheduled for June 27, 2017.


17E: PRV Upgrades & Large Meter Replacements Project
The design work is in progress.


17F: Tank Farm Master Plan
District staff have met with Jordan Valley Staff and plans are progressing. Rocky Mountain Power has expressed interest in cost-sharing for the energy efficiency portion of the project.


17G: Building A Reconstruction
The consultant is working on the conceptual design phase for the main floor and has prepared three options for District review.


17H: West Lake WWPS Access Project
The 65-percent design was submitted on June 5, 2017. Met with the property manager for the Lake Park Property Owners Association on June 9, 2017.


17I: Well Cleaning
Well No. 15 chemical cleaning has been completed and the Contractor is reinstalling the pump & motor. The contractor has begun mobilizing to Well No. 8.


17J: 4800 West Waterline Replacement Project
Potholing was completed the week of June 5, 2017. The design work is in progress.


17K: Acord/Sunnyvale/Volta Pipeline Replacement
West Valley City has plans to repave Acord Way, Sunnyvale Drive and Volta Avenue north of 4100 South. The District pipeline there is undersized and has reached the end of its useful life. The project will replace approximately 1,800 feet of 6-inch pipe. District staff prepared plans and specifications for the project, and bids have been received.