City of Greeley
The City of Greeley required a new lift station to collect and pump wastewater from the St. Michaels subdivision and any future development in the Ashcroft Draw Basin service area to the gravity sewer installed for the UC Health facility. The goal for the project, which is under way, is to design and construct a 2 million gallons per day (mgd) lift station and approximately 6,500 linear feet of force main to allow for future development and eliminate the need for current flows to go to the neighboring City of Evans. A Construction Manager At-Risk (CMAR) project delivery method is being utilized with final completion scheduled for December 2020. The project scope includes a flow and capacity analysis, technical memorandum, preliminary design, equipment procurement, CMAR selection and coordination, state regulatory approval, and final design.
Plano’s Spring Creek Lift Station No. 2 was originally designed for a firm capacity of 60 million gallons per day (mgd); however, it had never been able to pump more than 32 mgd.
The City of Denison retained Plummer to design a new intake structure and pump station at Randell Lake to provide raw water to the City’s Randell water treatment plant (WTP).
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