By Joe Naiman
Village News Correspondent 

Sancon awarded FPUD manhole rehabilitation and relining contract


Last updated 11/15/2019 at 10:38am

Sancon Technologies Inc. was awarded the Fallbrook Public Utility District contract for the rehabilitation and relining of FPUD manholes.

A 5-0 FPUD board vote, Oct. 28, approved a contract with the Huntington Beach company, which bid $78,787. Sancon will rehabilitate 22 manholes and one wet well.

FPUD’s capital improvement program includes improving the reliability of the district’s sewer collections system through strategic rehabilitation of existing infrastructure.

“One year we do sewer lines. One year we do manholes. This cycle is a manhole year,” FPUD general manager Jack Bebee said.

The rehabilitation extends the life of the manholes.

“We don’t have to replace them,” Bebee said.

The work will include structural repairs and corrosion-resistant relining, which will restore the failing manholes to an ideal condition. FPUD staff prepared a bid package and five bids were received before the Oct. 16 deadline. The $78,787 Sancon bid was the lowest, while Socal Pacific Construction Corporation of Murrieta had the second-lowest bid at $93,300.

FPUD’s 2019-2020 budget allocated $145,000 for the project which includes internal administration and construction management costs.


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