Project Roundup: Groundbreaking Ceremonies, Construction and More

See what’s going on around the country in this listing of new water and wastewater projects

Interested in Engineering/Consulting?

Get Engineering/Consulting articles, news and videos right in your inbox! Sign up now.

Engineering/Consulting + Get Alerts

California
Monterey
Project: Water reuse facility called Pure Water Monterey
Details: Will turn wastewater, stormwater, food industry processing water and impaired surface waters into potable water
Status: Ribbon-cutting ceremony held
Cost: $126 million

Rosamond
Project: Wastewater treatment plant upgrade
Details:  Will reduce excess ni­­trates seeping into the ground­water
Status: Groundbreaking slated
Cost: $15 million

San Luis Obispo
Project: Wastewater treatment plant upgrades
Details: Will improve overall operations, reduce chemicals disinfection, optimize energy use and reduce odor and noise
Status: Groundbreaking ceremony held
Cost: $111 million

Stockton
Project: Wastewater treatment plant modernization
Details: Involves new construction and improvements to existing facilities at the 700-acre site
Status: Groundbreaking held
Cost: $222 million

Ventura County
Project: Indirect potable reuse plant
Details: Could in the future convert to a direct potable reuse plant after 2030
Status: Project has been approved by city council
Cost: $200 million

Indiana
New London
Project: Reroute of town’s wastewater to Russiaville
Details: New London’s 30-year old facility failed
Status: Completed
Cost: $1 million

Louisiana
Folsom
Project: Sewer rehabilitation project
Details: Repairs to wastewater plant, inspection and repair of all gravity mains and manholes, and replacement of system’s lift stations
Status: Project competed
Cost: $2.52 million

Maryland
Frederick
Project: Wastewater treatment plant upgrade
Details: Will allow facility to meet state’s new standards for nitrogen and phosphorus
Status: Project completed
Cost: $50 million

Sykesville
Project: Wastewater treatment plant upgrades
Details: Plant will be able to more efficiently remove nitrogen and phosphorous
Status: Completed
Cost: $24.8 million

Pennsylvania
Lawrence County
Project: New water treatment plant
Details: New facility replaces a water treatment plant that was constructed in 1909
Status: Open house held
Cost: $50 million

South Carolina
Aiken County
Project: New wastewater treatment plant
Details: Increased its capacity from 20 to 26 mgd
Cost: $47.8 million

South Dakota
Yankton
Project: New water treatment plant
Details: New facility will mean the city will eventually stop using treated surface water from the Missouri River
Status: Slated for October startup
Cost: $34.5 million

Utah
Salt Lake City
Project: New water reclamation facility
Details: City’s current 55-year-old plant becoming obsolete
Status: Groundbreaking held
Cost: $528 million



Discussion

Comments on this site are submitted by users and are not endorsed by nor do they reflect the views or opinions of COLE Publishing, Inc. Comments are moderated before being posted.