FINAL CONSTRUCTION “PUNCH LIST” FOR PHASE-II WATERLINE PROJECT
City Requests Southeast Area Home Owners Inspect their Property
The second of four phases of the Ephrata Waterline & Street Replacement Project is nearly complete.
This four-year, $10,000,000 project will replace every aged waterline in Ephrata with modern pipes and repave the affected streets. With the work on Phase-II, the Southeast neighborhoods, now substantially complete, the City is requesting that homeowners examine work on, or near, their property for deficiencies and report it to the City of Ephrata.
The City and Watts Construction’s goal is finish this project in a manner that will make our community proud. As such, it is important that we identify any incomplete work as the final step in the construction process.
Such incomplete work could include broken sprinklers, significant loss of water pressure, landscaping or sod not replaced, meters and manholes not completely level with surrounding pads, or any other such item.
A list will be created for the contractor when they return to complete final labor. City officials will also be conducting our own inspections for the creation of what is called a “punch list” or record of necessary concluding work.
Of course, a claim for damages to any personal property should have already been filed, for any harm caused as a consequence of construction. Claim forms are available at City Hall.
Please contact Ephrata City Hall at 754-4601, extension 135, or email
firstname.lastname@example.org to report potential items for our punch list. We appreciate your help.