This project consists of construction of 80 MGD surface water treatment plant expansion in Houston, TX. Work consists of: installation of 10,000 lf of buried piping, construction of 2 parallel raw water lines and metering stations to feed the proposed Treatment Module 2, construction of 2 flash mixing chambers, construction of 4 flocculation/sediment treatment trains, construction of 7 new filters including backwash and air scour system.
This project entails construction of clear-wells, deep concrete flumes, and junction structures. Construction phasing and coordination with the plant operations is critical due to the existing undersized clear-wells that must remain in operation while constructing around them and then demolition of these facilities and for construction of the remaining clear-wells and deepest flumes.
Demoltion and abandonment of existing facilities, construction of new building structure with an approximate 21,627 sq. ft. building equipped witha debris handling and recirculation operations system, a transformer vault, an electrical/facilities room, storage rooms and restrooms.
This phase is the last of fifth phase of the 28-mile water pipeline from Lake Fork to the Iron Bridge Pump Station. This project consisted of approximately 1,756 lf of 108 PCCP Hanson Pipe.
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