4th Street Water Line Project & Pavement Resurfacing -
City of Ontario

Public Works  

The Fourth Street Pipeline Replacement Project was located in the City of Ontario provided for the replacement of approximately 1,600 feet of 12” CML&C Waterline in 4th Street between Vine Avenue and Euclid Avenue and the resurfacing of the existing street. The project fronted a Jr. High School, a High School, the School District main office, and homes, and the waterline was required to cross Euclid Avenue (Caltrans right-of-way). Also included in the project were the replacement of service laterals, fire hydrants, and 7 “tie-ins” to the City’s existing Water System. K&A Engineering, Inc. performed the design survey, pipeline alignment study, the improvement plans, and coordination with Caltrans for an Encroachment Permit.

K&A Engineering, Inc. provided pre-design surveying, prepared improvement plans and specifications for the City of Ontario Engineering Department for the design of the 12” CML&C Waterline, improvement plans for the construction of the full street Asphalt Rubber Hot Mix (ARHM) pavement overlay, and the design of Traffic Striping.

In addition, Traffic Control Plans for the “open-cut” crossing of the Caltrans Right-of-Way and a Phased Detour Plan that provided for closing of 4th Street during pipeline construction which minimized the impacts to the Schools and the neighborhood, were prepared by K&A Engineering, Inc.

K&A Engineering also processed the project with CalTrans District 8 to obtain plan approval and permits for work within and crossing of Euclid Avenue (State Route 83).