The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) and the City of Burbank will host a community event to inform the public about the Department’s River Supply Conduit 7 (RSC7) project, which is located in part, in the City of Burbank. LADWP and Burbank leaders will share information about the important LADWP water system infrastructure project taking place behind the large fence that obscures the project from street view. Those who attend will get to see a 63-foot pit where work has already begun, and the tunnel boring machine (TBM), a 200-ton marvel of construction engineering, that is a critical asset to the project.
Saturday, February 8, 2020
10:00 am to 12 noon.
Johnny Carson Park South
2713 Riverside Dr., Burbank, CA 91505
(Street parking only)
Los Angeles City Councilmember Paul Krekorian (CD2)
Burbank Mayor Sharon Springer
Burbank Vice Mayor Bob Frutos
Burbank City Councilmembers Tim Murphy, Emily Gabel-Luddy and Jess Talamantes
Richard Harasick, LADWP Senior Asst. General Manager, Water System
The TBM, which is 13 feet in diameter.
The 63-foot-deep pit: The TBM will eventually be lowered into this hole to begin tunneling northbound under Whitnall Highway.
Michael Ventre, LADWP
firstname.lastname@example.org; (213) 367-1361
Jonathan Jones, City of Burbank
JDJones@burbankca.gov; (818) 238-5840
**This is an active construction site. Closed-toe shoes and pants are required.