The granular activated carbon treatment plant to be constructed at the Conejo Wellfield has been designed and released to the three prequalified contractors approved by the Board on August 26, 2021. It is posted here for general transparency and for any prequalified firms’ subcontractors.
ADDENDUM 1 posted Wednesday November 3, 2021 (FYI, it is a large file [105 MB] so may take a moment to download)
The intention of this RFP is to solicit responses and formal proposals from qualified Managed IT/OT Services Providers (MSPs) and select a single organization to provide IT/OT services to the district.
A voluntary pre-bid meeting with take place on October 28, 2021 at 11am at the Camrosa Water District Headquarters. All sealed bids for this project are to be submitted to the District Engineer at District Headquarters no later than 2:00pm on November 18, 2021.
Camrosa’s Construction Specifications and Standard Drawings are available below. They can be downloaded and manipulated with AutoCAD.
We’re in the process of revising them, and will post updated versions when they become available.
It is the District’s policy that all new development mitigate new demand on the existing water systems.
As of 2014, this applies to all three classes of water: potable, non-potable, and recycled.
View full details on the moratorium in Resolution 14-08 passed by the Camrosa Board of Directors on August 14, 2014.