WPC Construction Projects
Current WPC Projects
West 48 Street: Install about 950 feet of storm main sewer and about 800 feet of combined main sewer north and south of Shadyside Avenue.
East 75 Street Project: Install about 300 linear feet of combined sewer on East 75 Street, under an existing bridge, and another 120 linear feet East 75 Street between Woodland Avenue and Grand Avenue.
West 3 Street/Incinerator Pump Station, 2200 West 3 Street between the Cuyahoga River and Mahoning Avenue. The project is installing an above-ground pump station and wet well adjacent to the existing underground station.
Future WPC Projects
Rockport Avenue:Replace about 2,300 feet of sanitary and storm main sewers on Rockport Avenue between Lydian Avenue and Triskett Road.
Rocky River Drive: Replace about 3,400 feet of sanitary and storm main sewers on Rocky River Drive between Puritas Avenue and Laverne Avenue, between Sedalia Avenue and Melgrave Avenue, and in several short segments between Lorain Avenue and Puritas Avenue.
East 186 Street/Glendale: Install about 370 feet of storm relief sewer on Glendale Avenue between Jo Ann Drive and East 188 Street.
West 83 Street: Replace about 740 linear feet of combined sewer on West 83 Street between Detroit Avenue and Lake Avenue.
Downtown Cleveland: Rehabilitate the main sewers within Downtown Cleveland. The area is bordered by the Cuyahoga River, Lakeside Avenue, East 9 Street and Huron Road.
East 150 Street: Replaced about 1,650 feet of sanitary main sewer between St. Clair Avenue and Aspinwall Avenue.
Bryant Avenue: Replaced about 2,500 feet of sanitary main sewer and storm main sewer between East 105 Street and Parkwood Drive.
West 134 Street: Installed 1,260 feet of storm relief sewer between San Diego Avenue and West Avenue.
Rodman Court Emergency Project: Installed about 700 feet of combined sewer on Rodman Court between Coit Road and Blenheim Road.
Rockwell Avenue Sewer Rehabilitation and Replacement Project: Replaced about 1,000 feet of combined sewer on Rockwell Avenue between East 13 Street and East 17 Street.
Superior Avenue Emergency Sewer Project, between East 6 Street and East 3 Street in downtown Cleveland. The project replaced 410 feet of an existing No. 4 egg-shaped brick main sewer near the centerline of the street to provide added protection against property and street flooding.
Milligan Avenue, between West 130 Street and West 121 Street. The project replaced about 1500 feet of combined sewer on Milligan Avenue, between West 130 Street and West 121 Street.
Rosecliff Road Storm Sewer Project: Replaced about 700 feet of storm sewer on Rosecliff Road between East 185 Street and Lakeshore Boulevard.
Massie Avenue Sewer Replacement Project: Replaced about 3,200 feet of 10-inch and 8-inch sanitary sewers and 15-inch and 12-inch storm sewers on Massie Avenue between East 105 Street and Parkwood Drive.
Ridgeland Circle Emergency Slope Stabilization and Storm Outlet Repair Project Replaced about 80 feet of storm sewer and concrete headwall and stabilized the hillside slope behind properties at 4303 and 4299 Ridgeland Circle.
Lamoille Court Area Emergency Sewer Project, located north of Lamoille Court, West of Willey Avenue and south of the Norfolk Southern Railway, is on private property owned by the Animal Protective League. A portion of the existing sewer, built in 1935, failed. The project replaced about 1,000 feet of sewer pipe to provide added protection against basement flooding.
West Boulevard, between South Marginal and Lorain Court. The project installed about 500 feet of combined sewer on West Boulevard between I-90 and Lorain Avenue.
East 149 Street, between Aspinwall Avenue and St. Clair Avenue. The project replaced about 1,800 feet of sewer on East 149 Street.
Gooding Avenue Project, located on Gooding Avenue between East 105th Street and Parkwood Drive. The storm and sanitary main sewers on the residential street were structurally deteriorated, causing basement flooding. The project replaced about 2,200 feet of sanitary/storm main sewers on Gooding Avenue. The project improved the condition of the sewers and increased the capacity, alleviating basement flooding. The sewer were built in 1907.
Detroit Avenue Sewer Project, between 300 feet west of Berea Road to 500 feet west of railroad tracks. The project replaced approximately 500 feet of combined sewer on Detroit Avenue, west of Berea Road.
Martin Luther King Jr. Drive (MLK Drive) Project, located between Sandusky Avenue and East 116 Street. The combined main sewer was full of roots and structurally deteriorated, causing basement flooding. About 958 feet of sewer was relined. The project improved the sewer and increased capacity, alleviating basement flooding. The sewer on MLK Drive was built in 1920.