Work on the roof deck for the Receiving Lift Station (RLS) shaft continues this month. Shea Parsons Joint Venture (SPJV), our contractor partner, placed concrete for part of the roof deck and aims to complete it by month’s end.
At the Headworks Facility, which plays a crucial role in the pretreatment of the influent wastewater, SPJV installed the 63-inch Interconnection Pipeline (IPL), which allows wastewater to flow from the new Headworks Facility to the existing main treatment plant influent structure. Once it arrives at the treatment plant, debris will be screened and inorganic grit material removed to ensure smooth operations. Additional work this month includes installing: electrical conduit, conductors (wiring), and control panels; heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems; access doors and related equipment; and the first components of major pre-treatment mechanical equipment, including the bar screens.
Concrete pour for RLS roof deck, which is scheduled to be completed this month
Construction progress at Headworks Facility, which plays a crucial role in the pretreatment of the influent wastewater.