Lytton Rancheria Water Treatment Plant Progressive Design Build

March 2, 2021 This is a progressive design-build delivery method Project for the Water Treatment Plant facility for the Lytton Tribe’s community that will consist of about 300 new homes, a community center, and a retreat center. The Project was managed and constructed through a Design-Build Team led by Myers & Sons Construction (Myers). The Design for the Project started in September 2020, with the Project moved into the Construction phase in August 2021. Originally, the project was planned and designed for Phase 1 of the Water Treatment Plant with a total GMP value of $8.9 million. During the construction, the Owner asked Myers to add Phase II to the current project, which expanded the capacity of the WTP to 260 gallons per minute. The WTP project consists of the installation of three water storage tanks with a total storage capacity of 675,000 gallons of treated water, a booster pump station, a sewer lift station, a hydropneumatic tank, a chemical treatment chain, a backwash tank, operations building as well as miscellaneous site work and civil improvements. The Project scope also included two new well developments to pull the ground water to use as a raw water supply for the Water Treatment plant.