The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is a five (5) year program updated annually to identify and prioritize improvements to the Regional System.
The goal of the CIP is to ensure a reliable, quality supply of water exceeding regulatory requirements is available to all customers.
The MVWA’s Capital Projects Committee, in conjunction with the Capital Projects Engineer, develops a specific list of projects for the first two (2) years of the adopted CIP for financing and construction.
Projects range from several thousand to several million dollars and since its inception in 1996, over $40m of water rates has been reinvested in new and renovated tanks, mains, pump stations and related facilities.
The Capital Project Committee Reports below include brief project descriptions and project photographs.
Marcy Chip Fab 2017
Hinckley Raw Water Main Repair update 2017
Hinckley Raw Water Main Repair 2017
Smith Hill Tank Removal 2017
West Street Steel Tank 2017
Clark Mills Steel Tank 2017
Pleasant Street Tank 2014
Oneida Street Pump Station 2014
Southern Tank 2013
Dawes Avenue 2013
Oneida St Pump Station/Hinman Rd Building Upgrades 2013
APWA - 2012 Environmental Project of the Year
The MVWA's covered storage program was selected for this award by the Central New York Chapter of the APWA.
Specifications of Materials for Water Mains and Services
Capital Project Bid List