What is the Front of Plant Project?
The Front of Plant (FoP) Project consists of the design, construction, permitting, start-up, commissioning, and closeout for the Receiving Lift Station (RLS), Headworks Facility, Odor Control Facilities, Influent Connector Pipe, Chemical Offload Facilities, Civil site work, Emergency Overflow pipe to storage basin and related process support systems. A Progressive Design-Build procurement process guides the Front of Plant work in stages.
Last Updated December 2020
The Front of Plant team will be completing installation of the 63-inch High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Interconnection Pipeline (IPL). The HDPE pipe segments, about 10-20 feet long, were welded together onsite to form the continuous pipeline. This is the pipeline that will convey wastewater from the new Headworks Facility to the existing wastewater treatment plant influent channel.
At the Headworks Facility, exposed concrete surfaces along the influent channels will get a protective coating this month. Protective coating is also being applied to channels that extend between new automatic bar screens and grit removal equipment where inorganic sand and grit is removed from the flow, preventing damage to equipment at the treatment plant. The coating protects the concrete from deterioration caused by naturally occurring corrosive chemical compounds in the wastewater. Automatic bar screens prevent materials from interfering with the wastewater treatment process.
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