Westlake Filtration Plant Upgrades Westlake Village
The Westlake Filtration Plant adjacent to Las Virgenes Reservoir is being upgraded with additional filtration capacity and system modifications to ensure reliable supplies at the required flow rates.
(Updated March 20, 2017)
All major construction activities at Las Virgenes MWD Westlake Filtration Plant and the Pump Station have been completed. The contractors are working on punch list items and fine tuning electrical and mechanical equipment to make the two facilities fully operational.
(Updated September 12, 2016)
Overhead water lines are now in place and electrical work for the plant’s new control systems is being installed.
(Updated August 3, 2016)
Pedestals are being installed to support the large pipes (visible on the left) that will convey water through the facility.
(Updated July 20, 2016)
Work continues mostly inside the Filtration Plant building.
Deliveries are targeted in the time frame between 8:30 a.m. and 2 p.m.
(Updated June 16, 2016)
Underground plumbing has been installed for the new filtration tanks; connections to the exposed pipes are being completed.
(Updated June 6, 2016)
Preparation work continues for the installation of additional filter tanks.
In the photo, workers are nearly finished installing new energy-efficient LED lighting to replace older fluorescent fixtures throughout the building.
Pipe and valve work will commence during the week of June 6.
(Updated May 10, 2016)
Electrical work continues, mostly inside the Filtration Plant building.
(Updated April 19, 2016)
Work will begin on April 20, with the replacement of some external light fixtures at the Filtration Plant.
(Updated March 22, 2016)
What's Being Done
This is a relatively small-scale project and most work will take place inside the Filtration Plant. There will be some occasional external work on the building and in the area of the storage tank.
Once the project is underway in April, work is expected to continue through February 2017. Normal work hours will be Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Large deliveries will be scheduled between 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., with the exception of small concrete deliveries.
What To Expect
There will be some additional vehicles accessing the reservoir site during the project; these will include construction workers and deliveries. There may be occasional construction noise when work must be performed outdoors. Workers will park at the reservoir site. Vehicles will not be stored on Torchwood or on Three Springs Dr.
Questions or Concerns?
Call the District during business hours at (818) 251-2200. If a question arises nights or weekends, call the Construction Information Hotline at (818) 251-2180 and leave a message. The District strives to respond to all messages within one business day.
Project progress will be posted on the District’s website: www.LVMWD.com, then select the "Construction Update"
option on the home page.