Name: 69th Street Wastewater Treatment Plant
Location: Houston, TX
Time Period: 1993
Cost: $8 Million
Our water team’s very first project in 1993 was at the largest wastewater treatment plant in Houston and in the EPA’s Region VI. The initial $8M project included refurbishing lift station pumps; installing new blowers and junction boxes; and upgrading the PCS and the hydraulic valve system as well as various pumps. Since that time, the team has been back for more than a dozen projects, whose scopes have included an emergency dryer replacement; rehabilitation of and additions to the control system; replacement of 24 dry pit centrifugal wastewater pumps and Eddy Current Clutch Drives and screw conveyors; and improvements to the chemical and sludge processing systems.