Construction began in early January on a replacement for the Rose Point lift station, which helps move sewage from 60 homes in the Market neighborhood toward Renton’s sewage treatment facility.
The new lift station will feature a 300 square-foot control and generator room, a retaining wall and a back-up generator. The project will also upgrade the lift station’s electrical controls.
To build the new lift station, Kirkland’s contractor will build a 10-foot retaining wall to prevent erosion along the hillside.
WHEN: Gary Harper Construction plans to work from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and on some Fridays.
The contractor begins work the week of Jan. 6 and will complete it by January 2021.
WHAT TO EXPECT: Crews will remove several trees and and some vegetation while they prepare the site for the new lift station. They will replant the hillside with native trees and vegetation.
- Gary Harper Construction will stage equipment at the project site.
- The contractor will maintain access for local residents, mail delivery, garbage pick-up and emergency vehicles.