Jacksonville Golf and Country Club Sewer Improvement Project
The goal of this construction project is to make the community even better by improving our service and reliability to your neighborhood. Start and Completion dates are subject to change and do not include final restoration of the project area. Thank you in advance for your patience!
Estimated Dates & Work Schedule
Anticipated End Date: 2019-01-18
JEA and our contractor (LMK Pipe Renewal) have rehabilitated portions of the sanitary sewer main and lateral connections that serve the Jacksonville Golf and Country Club neighborhood.
LMK utilized a Trenchless Lining Technology for the majority of the work, which reduced the amount of time needed to complete the project. Prior to lining, the lines were cleaned with a low-velocity spray and once cleaned, the lines were televised. If the pipe retained sufficient structural integrity LMK proceeded with the lining process.
Restoration of Project Area - Paving Update
JEA contractors will be in the area the week of January 14, 2019 (weather permitting) to complete paving. We are requesting that residents within the paving boundaries (indicated on the map below) remove all vehicles, equipment and trash receptacles until the resurfacing operation is complete. Residents will have limited access to driveways when the paving is taking place.
As with many construction projects, we have encountered unforeseen circumstances that have delayed completion of the project. In addition to adverse weather, we found more than twice the amount of individual laterals to clean and inspect, we encountered varying pipe sizes throughout the project.
In multiple areas of Hunt Club Road, Biggin Church Road and Cricket Cove Road, the pipe did not retain sufficient structural integrity for the contractor to proceed which resulted in additional rehabilitation by JEA crews using the “open cut” construction method.
Trenchless technology makes pipe replacement a faster, easier and less expensive process for our customers. Pipe upgrades can often be accomplished without digging a trench down your street.
Wastewater Treatment Process
JEA's sewer collection system handles more than 70 million gallons of wastewater every day. Our waste collection and treatment system consists of more than 3,700 miles of collection lines, over 1,200 pumping stations and fourteen sewer treatment plants.
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Meet the Project Outreach Team
JEA's Project Outreach team examines each construction project to anticipate, limit or eliminate potential customer impacts. They communicate relevant project information to customers in a timely manner, through project signage, website, mailers, door hangers, social media, face-to-face and neighborhood town meetings – whatever is needed. The team is also available throughout the project to identify issues, answer customer questions and handle any concerns. Keep reading to get to know each of the members of this very important team.