The pump station contractor contacts the Pump Station Superintendent for requirements and scheduling of Substantial Inspection ("shakedown") of the pump station and force main. Pump Station inspection should precede Sewer and Water Final by 2 to 4 weeks. Pump Station (PS) contractor also informs the Inspector Supervisor of Development Construction Kurt Leidig of the proposed schedule and the Inspector Supervisor will coordinate efforts between the contractor, Public Utilities (DPU), Development and Permits (DDP), Development Construction.
Upon Request, PS Superintendent Checks
Construction Record Drawings including site plan
Shop drawings submitted (Electrical, Control Panel, Pump / motor, Piping, and Miscellany) to include Pump Manufacturers Certified Test Report
Start up report (Pump and Control Panel)
Wet well filled
Portable pump and telemetry deposit from developer
Telemetry installed by the City of Chesapeake
If HRSD FM tie-in is used, the Pump Station Contractor is required to contact HRSD at 757-460-3200 to open valves. If City FM, contact Wastewater Collection Supervisor. Once the PS Superintendent is in receipt of all items, he coordinates with Kurt Leidig to schedule the Substantial Inspection.
Upon Notice From PS Superintendent, DDP Supervisor Duties
Notify pump station contractor and consultant:
Date and Time of Substantial Inspection
All subcontractors to be present (Control Panel, FM, Electrician, Pump Manufacturer)
Property pins to be staked
If HRSD - Contractor to contact HRSD at 757-460-3200 to open valves
In receipt of Final Inspection / Notice to Activate from Robert Conley in Public Utilities