City of Chicago Department of Water Management Capital Improvement Program

City of Chicago Department of Water Management Capital Improvement Program

Utilities
Program Management
Chicago, IL

Chicago has engaged in a major infrastructure renewal program, “Building a New Chicago.” Announced in 2012, Building a New Chicago is a multi-year program that will invest over $7 Billion in the City’s infrastructure, including Chicago Department of Water Management facilities. As part of that program, the Chicago Department of Water Management has targeted major upgrades to all of its facilities, which includes a $1 Billion portfolio of nonlinear asset projects, the capstone of which is the replacement of 880 miles of distribution water main over a ten-year period. Ardmore  Roderick is a subconsultant to CTR providing program management services, including project management services for the assets that are replaced or renewed as part of its capital improvement program (CIP), one of the largest and most visible water supply infrastructure renewal programs in the U.S.