the Project stats
25% Improvement in System Operation
- Pumping for 1,500,000 GPD elevated water storage
- 2,000 sf building
- 27’ deep pump house
the Project study
Work completed includes the construction, startup, and testing of a new high-service pump station at the City of Ann Arbor Water Treatment Plant. The pump station is three levels with an approximate footprint of 2,000sf and is approximately 27 feet deep.
The pump station includes four (4) vertical turbine pumps, process piping, valves, surge tank, flow meter, and ancillary equipment. The project included earth retention, yard piping, cast-in-place foundation, masonry superstructure, paving, boiler system, and other related work. Electrical improvements include a new transformer, switchboard, variable frequency drives, SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition), duct bank construction, and other related work.