Utah Valley Water Treatment Plant Process Improvement Project

The project consists of improvements and modifications to the existing 80 MGD culinary water treatment plant. Work included modification and expansion of existing north and south flocculation basins, with a total volume capacity of 2,980,000 gallons. Construction of new enclosed North and South Sedimentation Basins with inclined plate settlers; a total volume capacity of 2,890,000 gallons. The project also includes the following major project elements; New Ozone Building and Ozone Contactor with onsite LOX Storage; New Sludge Thickeners and Day Tank; Filter Inlet modifications; New Mechanical Dewatering Belt Press Facility; New Chemical Storage Building and modifications to chemical feed systems; New Office space, Meeting Rooms and remodeling of existing space; Modification to Filter Waste Washwater Reclamation Facility; Modification to existing Sludge Drying Beds and Overflow Basin; Modifications to associated mechanical and yard piping, pumps, valves, meters, chemical feed systems, concrete vaults, structures, electrical, instrumentation, HVAC, and site work; Testing, training, warranty and startup services; Temporary piping and facilities to keep the plant in service during construction.

Project Details

Project Location: Orem, Utah
Project Start: May 2013
Project Completion: Spring 2016
Contract Size: $43,800,000
Site Superintendent: Vaughn Erickson
Structural Superintendent: Warren Sterner
Mechanical Superintendent: Craig Jones
Project Manager: Stan Miller
Owner: Central Valley Water Conservancy District
Engineer: Carollo Engineers

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