The old Withlacoochee River Water Pollution Control Plant (WPCP) experienced extensive flooding, causing damage to the facility, permit violations, and spills into the Withlacoochee River. In response to a Georgia Environmental Protection Division consent order resulting from the flooding, the City of Valdosta sought a design-builder to fast-track a new greenfield plant to meet stringent effluent limits and produce Class B biosolids.
Valdosta, GA 31605
Project Year: 2014-2016
The Central Weber Sewer Improvement District needed to double the capacity for its wastewater treatment facility to be compliant with current EPA codes and Utah state regulations. Stantec proposed a two-phase design/CMAR approach that saved the District $7 million and provided a single point of contact.
Ogden, UT 84404
Project Year: 2003-2011
Black & Veatch effectively used the progressive design-build method to improve waterways in the largest nutrient recovery facility in the world.
Cicero, IL 60804
Project Year: 2013-2016
The Orlando Utilities Commission (OUC), which owns and operates seven groundwater treatment facilities, uses ozone to treat the hydrogen sulfide within the water. One of those plants, the Southwest Water Treatment Plant (WTP), and the largest of the seven facilities, was the last to go through the conversion process from the oxygen-fed ozone.The OUC awarded Black & Veatch a construction management at-risk (CMAR) contract for implementing upgraded ozone equipment.
Orlando, FL 32839
Project Year: 2012-2014
The T-Bar Ranch Well Field Development and Delivery Project is one of the largest waterline projects in the U.S., as well as one of the city and county’s largest public works projects. The City contracted with the Midland County Freshwater Supply District No. 1 (District) as a public-to-public partnership to design, build, own, operate and finance the development of the T-Bar project. Using a progressive design-build procurement process, the District contracted with Black & Veatch and local contractors for the project.
Project Year: 2012-2013
The three main outfall canals in New Orleans, located at Lake Pontchartrain, are critical elements of the area’s flood control system, serving as drainage conduits for much of the city. Running south to north near the Orleans Parish lakefront, the 17th St., Orleans Ave., and London Ave. canals include floodwalls and levees. To block storm surges at these flood-prone canals, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers elected to replace interim closure structures (ICS) built in 2006 with new separate, permanent closure structures and pump stations (designed to operate concurrently or in series with existing drainage pumping stations).
Project Year: 2013-2018
In January 2017, the City of Liberty, Missouri, began operating its new award-winning wastewater treatment plant, which is the first in the state of Missouri to utilize fixed-price, performance-based design-build as its delivery method, as well as the first design-build in Missouri to be approved and financed with the State Revolving Funds (SRF) program.
Liberty, MO 64068
Project Year: 2014-2017
DC Water developed this emergency fast-track, design-build project to alleviate flooding in two Washington, D.C. neighborhoods that was caused by heavy rain events. The technical solution for this project used a combination of new infrastructure, existing structures, and new green infrastructure to reduce, capture, and store more than three million gallons of stormwater.
Washington, DC 20032
Project Year: 2013-2014
The Hopewell Water Renewal Facility is a unique 50-MGD publicly-owned treatment facility serving 23,000 customers, with 85 percent of influent from industrially sourced wastewater — posing a distinct treatment challenge. Without cost-effective treatment, nitrogen would be discharged to the James River, a tributary to the nationally treasured Chesapeake Bay, at higher loads than the new regulatory requirements allow.
Hopewell, VA 23860
Project Year: 2014-2017
The new North Shore Wastewater Treatment Plant will incorporate a state-of-the-art biological process able to produce a high-quality effluent and increase the existing treatment capacity by 30% in dry weather and up to 400% in wet weather conditions.
North Vancouver, BC V7P 1A6 Canada
Project Year: 2017-2021
The Saint John Safe Clean Drinking Water Project was undertaken to address the coarse screened and chlorinated water delivered to city residents and provide them with safe, clean drinking water which meets Canadian and New Brunswick standards.
Project Year: 2016-2018
Desalination is no easy task. Although the original plant produced some water, the design was deficient, causing costly filters to clog too quickly. After Tampa Bay Water shut down the plant, ACCIONA Agua and its JV partner began to develop a solution that would remediate the facility.
Gibsonton Florida 33534,
Project Year: 2005-2007