Oyster Bay Ave N 24-in Transmission Main

Project Status (Updated August 14, 2018)

Nova Contracting is currently operating on schedule for this project. Nova mobilized on site and began the work on May 7, 2018 and Substantial Completion is expected by mid-September.

The main transmission pipe (approximately 2500 feet) has been installed. The pipe must now be pressure tested and disinfected and the connections will be made to the existing system.  Connections will be made on Sound Ridge Dr., “C” Street, H St., Cottman Ave., Jones St West, and Autoplex Blvd. These connections should be complete by the first week of September.  

Pavement/Surface Restoration scheduled to begin once all connections have been made.

Project Overview

The City of Bremerton (City) plans to replace an existing steel 24” water transmission main starting at the outlet of Reservoir 4 along Sound Ridge Drive to the north end of the car dealerships along Oyster Bay Avenue N. The new pipe will be ductile iron.  The old pipe is 75 years old and has reached it’s useful life expectancy.  

The design consultant is RH2 Engineering of Tacoma, WA.


The overall budget for this project is $2,400,000, including design, construction, etc.


It is the goal Of the City to begin construction by the end of April 2018, finishing by the end of September 2018.  

Bidding for construction of this project is anticipated in March 2018. Design for this project is at 95% as of 1/19/18.

Site Plan - OB 24-inch Transmission Main