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- Waste Water Treatment
- Water Treatment
Work generally consisted of replacement of hydro tank, design and modification of tank supports to comply with seismic standards
The work generally consisted of rehabilitation of the well site to current district standards
Work generally consisted of furnishing and installing four new Type 316L stainless steel heavy duty slide gates to replace existing aluminum slide gates, which were experiencing severe galvanic corrosion.
The work generally consisted of saw-cutting and demolition of approximately 200 square feet of gunnite around the top edge of the existing concrete Sludge Blending Tank while in service and installation of grout transition from new to existing work.
The primary work on the project included a building addition and two new trains of vertical clarifier/filter vessels with associated piping.
The Sacramento Suburban Water District (SSWD) and the San Juan Water District (SJWD) joined forces on a project to install a new 10,000 gallon per minute pump station that would be designed to allow SSWD to pump excess groundwater to SJWD and others in the event of a major drought or emergency.
Demolition of existing sluice gates and pneumatic operators inside filter structure backwash channels (8 ea), and replace with new gates and pneumatic operators.
Removal and replacement of electrical and SCADA panels with new control panel, modification of piping to accept new flowmeter,
The project generally consisted of installing two (2) new 18” x 6’-0” long helical scum skimmers and drive units at an existing scum trough
The principal components of the work included furnishing all labor, materials, and equipment