Weber South Water Treatment Plant

The Weber South Water Treatment Plant needed to upgrade its aging facility and increase its capacity from 26 million gallons per day of treated water to 32 million gallons per day. This project included constructing a new filter building which also houses several new offices and a laboratory. Alder Construction also built a new chemical building, new UV disinfection facility, new solids settling basins and a new backwash pump station. Alder then demolished the existing filter building and completed various site improvements.

Project Details

Project Location: Ogden, Utah
Project Start: April 2007
Project Completion: November 2009
Contract Size: $ 24,632,009.00
Site Superintendent: Vaughn Erickson
Project Manager: Glen Perry
Owner: Weber Basin Water Conservancy District
Engineer: Carollo Engineers

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