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North Edith Utility Project

Project Scope

This project includes the assessment, design and ultimate construction of a sewer system servicing a neighborhood in the North Valley of Albuquerque. It is intended to protect and enhance groundwater quality in the region through the ultimate decommissioning of private residential sewer septic systems in the neighborhood.

The project will also enhance existing residential roads, improving access and the long term operations and maintenance cost for these facilities.

Project boundaries are Roy Avenue on the south, the New Mexico Department of Transportation railroad on the west, the Sandia Pueblo to the north and approximately Edith Blvd. to the east.


The County is currently working with the Pueblo of Sandia to acquire an easement necessary for the construction of the water and sewer lines.

The construction schedule will be determined once the easement and the remaining funds needed for construction are secured.

General Project Information

Design Consultant | Wilson and Company, Inc. Engineers and Architects
Design Cost | $403,000
Construction Contractor | TBD
Construction Cost | $3.7 million (estimated)

Completed: March 2017


The project is partially funded from Bernalillo County water and sewer bond funds. The county is working to secure the remaining funding needed for construction.

Project Contact Information

Howard Cake, P.E., Project Engineer
(505) 848-1572


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