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Comments Off on Acapulco Rd. Improvements – Phase 1 – IFB 2017-02   |   Invitation to Bid, Recent News, RFP
Acapulco Rd. Improvements – Phase 1 – IFB 2017-02

Acapulco Rd. Improvements – Phase 1 – IFB 2017-02

Acapulco Rd. Improvements – Phase 1 IFB 2017-02 Please send all questions regarding this procurement to Deborah Casaus, SSCAFCA Chief Procurement Manager, at dcasaus@sscafca.com.  Please do not send any questions to the Engineer or SSCAFCA Project Manager. Please put “Question – IFB 2017-02 Acapulco Rd. Ph. 1” in the subject line.  Ms. Casaus will reply […]

Comments Off on Enchanted Hills Dam maintenance   |   News, Operations and maintenance, Projects

Enchanted Hills Dam maintenance

This project was complete the beginning of January 2017. Enchanted Hills Dam was constructed in 2002, for the protection of NM528 to reduce the flow of stormwater coming off of the upstream area. The area above the dam has 3 ponds and 2 channels that discharge to the dam. An invasive plant species inhibited water […]

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Alberta Watershed Improvements, Phase 2

Alberta Watershed Improvements, Phase 2

2017 updates to Alberta Watershed Improvements, Phase 2 The Alberta Watershed Improvements, Phase 2 project, consists of the installation of approximately 3,640 linear feet of storm drain with diameters ranging from 24” to 54”, paving of Alberta Dr. from Saratoga to NM528, installation of curb and gutters along Alberta Dr., and associated manholes and curb […]

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Bosque de Bernalillo Water Quality Project

Bosque de Bernalillo Water Quality Project

SSCAFCA is under construction of a new water quality and arroyo improvement project: the Bosque de Bernalillo Water Quality Project March 31, 2017 This project is located in Bernalillo, NM along Sheriff’s Posse Rd. approximately 0.25 miles south of US 550. This new facility is located on the Coronado Arroyo, which conveys storm water from portions […]