Industry Business Center (IBC) Recycled Water Reservoir (P.N. 14-3373)

Overall Investment

  • $2.8 Million

Estimated Time of Completion : October 2022

About

The Industry Business Center (IBC) is a 552-acre development currently under construction in the City of Industry, north of the Pomona Freeway (SR-60) and extending east and west of Grand Avenue. Irrigation demands for the IBC will be served with recycled water. This is developer-fundeded project to install an irrigation system that will ultimately include pipelines, service meters, a recycled water reservoir, and a booster pump station to provide the required pressure. As of today, the installation of the pipelines and booster pump station had been completed. The reservoir site has been rough graded during the grading of the IBC. The consultant-designed project consists of a 2.0 million-gallon (MG) circular steel reservoir measuring 107 feet in diameter and 32 feet in height. The reservoir will be equipped with a common inlet/outlet piping with a flex-tend expansion joint, overflow piping, an inlet-outlet drain, exterior spiral stairways, two manways, an aluminum dome roof with hatch and vent, electrical, and site improvements.

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Contact Information

Sheryl L. Shaw (Director of Engineering)

Phone: (909) 595-1268 Ext. 234

Email: sshaw@walnutvalleywater.gov

Tai Diep (Engineering Manager)

Phone: (909) 595-1268 Ext. 230

Email: tdiep@walnutvalleywater.gov