Primary Filtration Project Phase I

Rockford, IL

PROJECTS

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Project Overview

Project includes work to the following:

  1. Primary Filtration Facility 1 shich consists of:
    1. Four (4) primary filtration influent pumps located in a wet well
    2. Two (2) primary cloth media disk filter units, with backwash pumps, waste solids pumps, valving and piping
    3. One (1) gravity thickener, with two (2) primary filtration thickened sludge pumps
    4. A scum pump wet well with one (1) scum pump
    5. One (1) Primary filter effluent flow split structure
    6. All civil, structural and architectural, electrical, mechanical/HVAC, instrumentation and controls, and piping and valves for a complete, operable primary filtration system
  2. Modification to Main Pump II Building which consists of:
    1. New electrical room
    2. HVAC removal and replacements for the entire building
  3. Modification to piping and valves in the Primary Sludge Manhole and GBT Building basement
  4. Replacement of GBT 2 thickened sludge pump and discharge hopper, and appurtenances as indicated in the specifications
  5. Site work and yard piping improvements

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I recently retired as Director of Facilities with the college of Engineering and have relocated out of state. Please forgive my delay in sending this important letter to you regarding the Everitt project and Mr. Bloom’s performance and work ethic. Derek’s knowledge of complex construction details combined with his abilities to problem solve, consensus build,… Read More “Pleasant Experience”

Greg O. Larson, Director Emeritus
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Mark Eddington, P.E., District Manager
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