Golden State Water Company (GSWC) desired to install a 0.238-million-gallon steel reservoir (42’ D x 30’ H) and Booster Pump Station in Tanglewood, California. The project included three major components, erecting a new 0.238 MG Reservoir; installing a Booster Pump Station and a generator and sound-attuning fence. GSWC selected Cannon to provide inspection services during the construction phase of the Tanglewood facility steel reservoir and booster pump station.
Cannon attended pre-construction meetings, and reviewed GSWS project documents, including project drawings, specifications, addenda, GSWC standard drawings, project approved submittals, permits, change orders, work change directives, and requests for
information. Cannon’s Construction Inspection team provided support on contractor RFIs and reported directly to GSWC personnel. Additionally, Cannon reviewed contractor submittals and coordinated with the contractor regarding construction schedule.
Cannon provided inspection services for all onsite work as proposed in the plans and specifications, including inspection of foundation, tank, coatings, cathodic protection system, and safety and structural modifications, booster pump station, and generator install. Cannon observed pressure testing and
disinfection of the water main/service and appetencies as required, recorded observations of relevant pressure testing, and disinfection monitoring on the forms provided by GSWC. Cannon’s Inspector was responsible for providing overall quality control for tank construction, notifying GSWC Project Manager immediately of any work performed outside of the project scope, monitoring materials brought on site to confirm they were in compliance with approved submittals, confirming that the site was kept clean, safe, and organized.
Cannon also maintained a detailed set of red lined as-builts throughout the work of each project. The locations of underground fittings were recorded, via measurements to aboveground stationary facilities, for future locating purposes. Variations in depths of pipelines were also noted by callouts to station. Cannon provided daily work reports which included photographs, documentation of construction activities, notes on labor, materials, equipment, incidentals, visitors to the site, and project milestones. Tickets documenting the use of materials as well as all other project documentation were collected a binder provided to GSWC at the completion of the project. Finally, Cannon attended a substantial completion walk-through at the project site with the contractor and GSWC personnel, and contributed to the development of a project Punchlist.Back to Service