Lebanon/Hanover Water Booster Pump Station and Pressure Reducing Valve Bypass Project
Welcome to the Lebanon/Hanover Water Booster Pump Station and Pressure Reducing Valve Bypass Project page. This page contains updates, contact information, documents, and answers to frequently asked questions pertaining to this project.
The project consists of furnishing and installing a 12’ x 20’ pre-manufactured, skid-mounted water booster pump station and pressure reducing valve bypass. The pump station will be mounted on a cast-in-place reinforced concrete foundation consisting of frost walls and a slab on grade. Equipment will include two horizontal end suction water pumps, a pressure reducing valve, butterfly valves, silent check valves, flow meter, power and control panel, PLC controller, variable speed drives, transformer, manual transfer switch, portable generator plug-in, pressure transmitters, low temperature sensor, and building flood sensor. The modular building will be 2” x 6” wood stud construction, wood truss roof system, polyurethane insulation, plywood backing, FRP interior covering, red cedar clapboard siding, standing seam metal roof, aluminum fascia and soffits, and 36” insulated double steel doors with hardware. The pump station will be supplied with a HVAC unit, heater, dehumidifier, and interior and exterior LED lights.
Additional work includes primary electrical service conduits and communication conduit, transformer pad and bollards, secondary electric service, and meter box. Site work including driveway, infiltration basin, headwalls, grading, and landscaping. Water main extensions include fittings, valves, hydrants, and interconnections to the existing systems.
How long is this going to take?
The design has been completed and the project is out for bids. Construction is schedule for the summer and fall of 2024.
Which streets are involved?
Streets involved/impacted are:
Medical Center Drive
How will property owners be affected?
Commercial properties and abutting properties will experience minor water shutdowns during water main connections. The City will notify and coordinate with property owners to schedule water shutdowns.
How will I know what is happening?
We strongly encourage you to subscribe to receive alerts via email or text through our LebAlert service at LebanonNH.gov/GetLebAlerts. Periodic project updates will be posted to this project page, as well as sent to subscribers.