The Harry Tracy Water Treatment Plant (HTWTP) has a design capacity of 140 mgd and treats drinking water from the Crystal Springs Reservoir System for delivery to San Francisco and neighboring cities on the Peninsula and south and east of San Francisco Bay. The $175 million project implements treatment process improvements to meet water quality and delivery reliability goals, seismic reliability improvements, and other improvements to the HTWTP facility, such as pipeline distribution, access, and site improvements. Upgrades, additions, and seismic strengthening for the plant include a new 11 million gallon treated-water reservoir, updated treatment processes, and upgraded emergency power facilities.
As the construction manager, PMA was responsible for monitoring project schedule performance; coordinating the contractor’s preparation of the baseline schedule; reviewing, analyzing, and reporting on monthly progress; and recommending adjustments as may be required to achieve contract completion dates. PMA provided support to the field contract administrator, coordinated cost and schedule integration, reviewed and analyzed changes and claims for time-impacts, and provided services needed to maintain project budget and schedule.