Water Pipeline Painting Coming to Brisbane
Starting Wednesday, Sept. 12, crews will begin minor construction to prepare for painting work on the CSPL2 pipeline off of San Bruno Avenue in Brisbane (near McLain Rd).
The contractor will be conducting preliminary work, including removing lead asbestos from the exterior of the pipeline. Once this work is complete, crews will begin painting the pipeline. The pipeline and work area will be covered by tarp material throughout the course of work and after work is completed at the end of each day. Dust control measures will be in place each day, especially during the pipe abatement work and the painting work that is anticipated to last 2 to 3 weeks.
Prior to work and during the course of this construction, environmental monitors will be onsite to ensure the contractor follows best practices and that all environmental-related controls are in place.
Following this work, a large tree adjacent to our pipeline will be removed because its roots are encroaching and could interfere with the regional water supply. To ensure environmental mitigation requirements are met, smaller shrubs will be installed around the work area.
Work is scheduled from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Your water service will not be interrupted, and the contractor will abide by the local city noise ordinance.
The work area is located near the highlighted area.