Contractors are the underground contractors, plumbers, and homebuilders who are actually building or constructing the improvements. They typically schedule the pre-construction conference, and manage the project through inspection and construction acceptance.
The preconstruction conference is held either at the District office or onsite, depending on the complexity of the project. The purpose of this meeting is to ensure that the contractor understands all of the requirements of the project.
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Prior to scheduling the conference, the Contractor must have:
These must be satisfied or completed before the preconstruction conference can be scheduled.
During construction, the District inspects the mainline installation and oversees the testing of the sewer mains and manholes. Contractor must contact District to schedule testing.
Upon completion of the installation, main line must be inspected via CCTV. Contractor can choose to have the District or an approved Private TV contractor perform the CCTV inspection. Results of the inspection must be submitted to the District for review and approval. District inspector will provide the contractor with punch list of items that need to be corrected; the sewer system is surveyed and pre pave record drawings are prepared by the Engineer and submitted for approval. Other steps in the process:
Requests for inspections can be taken only after the complete connection to the sewer line is made and before the trench is backfilled. Inspections will be done within 24 hours of the request. You may email email@example.com or call 360-993-8836 24 hours per day/7days a week to schedule an inspection.
For Private TV Inspections, the Clark Regional Wastewater District requires a 2 working day notice to allow time to coordinate the schedule of the District Inspector.
This two (2) day process begins when notice is received by the District, provided that the project is ready (including all inspection, channeling, etc.)
The Clark Regional Wastewater District requires a 5 working day notice to allow time to schedule the District Maintenance crews. This five (5) day process begins when notice is received by the District, provided that the project is ready (including all inspection, channeling, etc.)