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Master Lift Station
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Main Lift Station By Pass
2009 Projects _________________________________________________________________________________________ Owner:City of Rowlett
Project:Rowlett Rd Lift Station & Main Street Lift Station
Contract Amount:$2,753,497 Status:Complete Project Highlights:Build new lift stations.
Owner:Town of Little Elm
Project:Mansell Pump Station Expansion
Contract Amount:$607,653 Status:Complete Project Highlights:Expand current lift station.
Owner:City of Midlothian
Project:Preload, Inc. 3.0 MG Concrete Tank for Water Treatment Plant No. 3
Contract Amount:$405,859 Status:Complete Project Highlights:New water tank.
Owner:North Texas Municipal Water District
Project:Rowlett Creek WWTP Rehabilitation
Contract Amount:$1,665,200 Status:Complete Project Highlights:Renovation of wastewater plant. 2008 Projects __________________________________________________________________________________________ Owner:City of Southlake
Project:Wholesale Water Meter Transfer
Contract Amount:$776,867 Status:Complete Project Highlights:Wholesale meter station improvements.
Owner:City of Sherman
Project:Aeration Basin Lift Station Rehabilitation
Contract Amount:$699,000 Status:Completed Project Highlights:Renovation of raw sewage pumping facility.
Owner:City of The Colony
Project:Master Lift Station No. 1 Improvements
Contract Amount:$2,342,527 Status:Completed Project Highlights:Modifications of an existing 5 MGD lift station to a 10 MGD lift station.
__________________________________________________________________________________________ Owner:City of Sachse
Project: Maxwell Creek Pump Station - Pump Replacement
Contract Amount: $42,400 Status: Completed Spring 2007. Project Highlights: Replacement of (3) vertical turbine pumps inside the existing pump station building, reconnect piping and valves, electrical power, control systems, and all related appurtenances. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Owner: City of Springtown
Project: 2006 Water System Improvements
Contract Amount: $246,500 Status: Completed June 2007. Project Highlights: Furnish and install various water system related items such as: 150,000- gallon bolted steel tank, new pump unit at the raw water pump station, new ammonia (LAS) feed system, plant yard piping at the water treatment plant (trenching, furnishing pipe installation of pipe, backfilling, compaction of backfill), and SCADA system. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ Owner: City of Wichita Falls
Contract Amount: $1,584,288 Status: Completed February 2008 Project Highlights: Installation of odor control system, including fans, control system, associated utilities and site work. Installation of primary clarifier effluent launders, odor control covers, weir plates and hardware. Installation of FRP duct, including supports, coatings, dampers, couplings, and fittings. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ Owner: Mustang Special Utility District
Project: Well No. % & 10 Ground Storage Tank Pump Station
Contract Amount: $1,997,700 Status: Completed October 2008 Project Highlights: Construction of well site improvements. Includes gound storage tanks, booster pumps, relocation and installation of chemical equipment, FRP building, Chlorine gas equipment, control valves and flow meters, electrical, instrumentation and control work.
Owner: Western Extrusions - Julian P. Barry General Contractor
Project: Stormwater Lift Station
Contract Amount: $378,000 Status: Completed August 2008 Project Highlights: Excavation and construction of stormwater lift station.
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