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Project Photos

Please see some exciting photos of construction operations in the Venice, Marina del Rey and Playa del Rey communities. We have multiple construction crews, construction management and inspectors working together to construct this critical infrastructure sewer pipeline to protect public health and the environment.

CREWS AT OUR FIRST PROJECT LOCATION

Construction crews mobilizing a 120-foot crane and a secant piling machine to the Hurricane Street at Canal Court location in Venice.
Crews at our first project location

TUNNEL ACCESS POINT CONSTRUCTION

At the County Beach Lot #13 construction site in Marina del Rey crews work to build the tunnel access point near the Marina del Rey Channel.
Tunnel Access Point Construction

STATE OF THE ART EQUIPMENT

This micro-tunneling boring machine is one of three working on the project. This machine will tunnel under the Marina del Rey Channel installing the sewer pipeline.
State of the art equipment

PREPARED FOR LAUNCH

The micro-tunneling boring machine is placed at Via Dolce and Marquesas Way in Venice to install the first sewer section of the project near the Venice Pumping Plant.
Prepared for launch

GROUND STABILIZATION ON VIA MARINA

Workers use large machines to stabilize the ground to build the tunnel access point on Via Marina at Tahiti Way in Marina del Rey.
Ground Stabilizaion on via Marina

OUR FIRST LOCATION IN PLAYA DEL REY

Workers use machines to inject grout into the soils near the Ballona Creek Bridge at Pacific Avenue and 62nd Avenue. This activity increases safety prior to any soil excavation.
Our First Location in Playa del Rey

VDFM BORING MACHINE LAUNCH EVENT

Our project team celebrates a milestone event to launch the micro-tunneling boring machine.
Group MAE Photo

PROJECT TEAM PARTNERING

Our project team collaborates with project partners to solve community concerns and provide solutions.
VDFM Partnering Photo

HYPERION WATER RECLAMATION PLANT

As the City's primary water reclamation plant, Hyperion is one of the largest treatment facilities in the world. It has been operating since 1925 and has a capacity of 450 million gallons per day (mgd), up to 800 mgd during wet weather.
Hyperion water reclamation plant

For more information please contact us:


Venice Dual Force Main Sewer Project Outreach Contact:
Email: VeniceDualForceMain.SewerProject@lacity.org

For inquiries after 5:00 p.m. and on weekends, please call the
LA Sanitation & Environment Customer Care Center: (800) 773-2489

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