Wastewater Treatment Facilities and Municipal Lift Station Improvements | Benham | Architecture, Engineering, & Designbuild Firm

Wastewater Treatment Facilities and Municipal Lift Station Improvements

Project Description

  • Client: 
    City of Ardmore
  • Location: 
    Ardmore, Oklahoma

Benham was responsible for the design and conversion of Ardmore’s main 7.2 million gallon per day wastewater treatment plant process to a sequencing batch reactor system, major modifications to the plant hydraulics, design of a new 12,500 gallons per minute effluent lift station, design of effluent filters, modifications to the aerobic digesters, design of a new sludge dewatering facility, construction of a new co-composting facility (processing sewage sludge and yard waste) and major retrofits and repair of three of the City's largest lift stations. The construction project was a multi-phase, multi-disciplinary, retrofit and new construction project, with features including:

 Hydraulic modeling
 Photogrammetric, ground and subsurface surveys
 Soil borings
 Utility research and coordination
 Multidisciplinary engineering plans and specifications
 Cost estimating
 Re-use and adaptation of multiple existing structures to meet budget constraints
 Retrofit of the pre-aeration and grit chamber equipment
 New construction and incorporation of new processes while the existing plant continued to operate within compliance requirements
 New 500 kW standby generator system and switchgear

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