Parkland / Brookdale Interceptor Phase 2

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About the Project

The Parkland/Brookdale Interceptor project replaced about 5,000 feet of existing 30-inch and 8-inch diameter sanitary sewer pipe with a new 72-inch interceptor pipe. About 750 feet of new 36-inch diameter pipe was installed.

An interceptor is a sewer line that receives wastewater from multiple collector pipes and transmits it to a wastewater treatment plant. Interceptors are usually 15 inches or greater in diameter. 

Alignment

The new pipe follows Brookdale Rd. E to where it merges with 131st St. E. and continue west to A St. S., where the new pipe ends. To connect to the rest of the sanitary sewer network, a new 36-inch diameter pipe was installed along A St. S. and connected to the existing pipe at 133rd St. E.

The existing pipe along 133rd St. E. between 8th Ave. E. and A St. was not be affected by the project.

Construction for this project was broken into three phases moving from west to east (see the alignment map link below).

Project Location
Project
Location

Alignment Map
Alignment Map

More Information
Additional Information

Project Photos
Project Photos

Project Timeline



Preliminary engineering: March 2012
 
Final engineering: May 2012

Construction: Completed 2016

Funding Source: Sewer ratepayer funds