Fishersville WWTP HVAC Equipment and Lab Control System - The HVAC equipment and laboratory control system at Fishersville WWTP are in need of replacement as they have reached the end of their useful life.  Plans are being designed to be used for bidding purposes in order to select replacement HVAC equipment and a new laboratory airflow control systems including lab hood airflow alarms.  Also included in the design are new power connections to the equipment, review shop drawing submittals, prepare an O&M manual, and complete an as-built drawing. The design work is being performed by Masters Engineers through our contract with Peed & Bortz for $65,890. The expenses are tracked through project number 2202097 which has $80,000 budgeted.  An additional $300,000 is in the FY18 budget for construction.  Plan design and specs will be complete by early July followed by advertisement for bids, award, shop drawing review, equipment lead times and then site construction this fall/winter.


Howardsville Turnpike Waterline - Due to the age and condition of the exiting 8” waterlines along Howardsville Turnpike shown on the project area map, the ACSA is beginning work on a project to replace 11,500 feet of the existing 8” waterline with 16” in accordance with current standards. The existing line would then be abandoned. Survey and design for this project will begin this month continuing off and on over the next few months.  The survey will collect information that will allow for selection of the best location for the replacement water main.  Click here to view a map of the area.


Mt. Sidney Waterline Replacement - Due to the age and condition of the water main along Route 11, ACSA plans to install a new waterline and abandon the existing one. Existing connections on both sides of Route 11 will be reconnected to the new main and its service laterals. This work will be completed in 2017.  Click here to view a map of the area.


Source Water Protection - The Service Authority is currently working to delineate the recharge area for the Deerfield and Augusta Springs water sources. The area for Deerfield will be complete by the end of February 2017 and for Augusta Springs by July 2017. These two water systems will be the final active sources to be incorporated into the County Source Water Protection Ordinance. There is additional information available on our website at http://www.acsawater.com/sourcewaterprotection.


Rte. 11 Jolivue Water Line Replacement  Project – The ACSA plans to install approximately 8940’ of  water line to replace existing water lines along Rte. 11 Lee Jackson Hwy in the Jolivue area.  This project is intended to improve the public water system in this area.  The proposed schedule for the surveying portion of this project is May 2016 through June 2016.  The construction portion schedule for this project is yet to be determined.  Click here to view a map of the area.


Quicks Mill Rd & Maury Mill Rd Water Line Replacement  Project – The ACSA plans to replace approximately 3,940’ of 2” water line and approximately 1,800’ of 6” water line with new waterline along Quicks Mill Road and Maury Mill Road in the Verona area.  This project is intended to improve the public water service system in this area.  The proposed schedule for the surveying portion of this project is March 21, 2016 through April 2016.  The construction portion schedule for this project is yet to be determined.  Click here to view a map of the area.


Fishersville Road Water Line Replacement Project - The ACSA plans to install approximately 4,800' of 8” along Fishersville Road and Fishersville Station Road in the Fishersville area to replace aging 2” and 6” water line.  This project is intended to improve the public water service system in this area.  The proposed schedule for the construction portion of this project is late April 2016 through the Fall of 2016.  Click here to view a map of the area.


Mount Sidney Sewer Slip Lining Project – The ACSA completed sliplining 4400’ of 8” gravity sanitary sewer line in the Mount Sidney area in July 2016.  These projects are intended to reduce inflow and infiltration of storm water and ground water into the sanitary sewer system in this area.  Upon additional inspection, 36 broken laterals were found needing to be rehabbed to ensure watertight connections.  The work will be performed by the contractor Prism beginning the week of March 6, 2017.  Phase 1 of 3 of the lateral rehab project is complete.  All of the cleanouts have been installed and the contractor will core drill the lateral pipes the second week in April.  Phase 3 of the project, lining the laterals, should be complete by the middle of May.  Click here to view a map of the areaClick here to view the customer notification letter.