Water System Improvement Program
In 2002, SFPUC launched the $4.6 billion WSIP to repair, replace, and seismically upgrade the system's deteriorating pipelines, tunnels, reservoirs, pump stations, storage tanks, and dams. The program includes more than 80 projects from San Francisco to the Central Valley, to be completed by the end of 2015.
WSIP is one of the largest water infrastructure programs in the nation and the largest ever undertaken by SF.
Location: Northern CA
Project Cost: $4.6 Billion
With over thirty years of experience on hundreds of civic and water district projects, Saylor brings a level of commitment, accuracy, and attention to detail unmatched in the industry. Our in-depth knowledge of municipal and water district construction, combined with our knowledge of area contractors, labor and market conditions, makes Saylor an ideal choice.
Saylor has worked with water districts throughout the state, including the San Francisco PUC, the Santa Clara Valley Water District, the Contra Costa Water District, Delta Diablo Sanitation District, and East Bay MUD.
The staff has combined experience on over 10,000 different facilities, including water and wastewater treatment plants, dams, pipelines, reservoirs, and water district administration buildings.