King County will replace Fremont Siphon, a major culvert pipe running underneath the Ship Canal between Fremont and Queen Anne. The Fremont Siphon has provided safe, reliable sewer service to north Seattle and other cities in north King County for decades. Sewage and storm water from more than 100 square miles pass through the Fremont Siphon every year to be cleaned and safely discharged at the County's treatment plant in Magnolia. The existing Siphon is nearly 100 years old and has reached the end of it's of service life. The new pipes will ensure north Seattle and northern King County continue to enjoy safe, reliable sewer provisions for years.
System's Consulting, LLC provides Document Management services for the Freemont Siphon Project team. SCL will prepare invoices and monthly progress reports including the outline of work completed during the reporting period and work scheduled for the next period, attend weekly meetings and provide documentation, set-up and maintain the construction project filing system using the County's filing system index, provide change order administration, and commission start-up and post construction documentation.