Regional Surface Water Treatment Plant at Yankee Lake
Seminole County was in the process of procuring construction of a 10 MGD (expandable to 25 MGD) water treatment facility, which would withdraw water from the St. John’s River and treat it to public access reclaimed water standards, for the purposes of augmenting their reuse system during peak demand periods.
Following the design of the 10 MGD water treatment facility, Seminole County selected CHA to serve as the construction manager. Day-to-day construction administration over the course of the one-year pipeline construction period and two-year storage and repump facility construction period proved successful in maintaining the integrity of the design and the county’s intentions for the finished product.
CHA’s services included substantial and final completion certifications, punch list, and project close-out for the 10-mgd water treatment facility, including installation of 3 miles of underground 42-inch HDPE raw water lines connecting the raw water pump station to the treatment facility site. The firm led and participated in contract negotiations, monthly progress meetings, and weekly conference calls with the project team. We also performed equipment review, record drawing certification, as-built drawing review, Engineer of Record certification, and permit certification.
- Project Management
- Construction Inspection
- Project Administration