City of Modesto NVRRWP Design-Build

Mission Critical's team modeled the WTP and 7-mile pipeline as part the effort for the project win.

The Myer-Rados JV was recently awarded the North Valley Regional Recycled Water Program (NVRRWP) project in a competitive, three phase Design-Build procurement,

The joint venture consisted of Myers & Sons and the Rados Companies, joined by lead engineering firm MWH Global and key subcontractor Michels Corporation. Mission Critical was selected to lead proposal management efforts and drive home the win for Phase II Technical Proposal and Phase III Interview phases.

The NVRRWP project has three primary scope elements: waterworks facilities reconstruction; Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD) and the construction of a new 7-mile pipeline. On completion, the project will convey treated wastewater from the City of Modesto’s Jennings Road tertiary treatment plant to customers of the Del Puerto Water District (DPWD) via the Delta- Mendota Canal (DMC), providing much needed supply for DPWD agricultural customers who have seen their supplies severely curtailed in recent years.

The project addresses two key goals:

  • Provide a regional solution to address water supply shortages within DPWD