Nashville, Tennessee – December 11 –
This $20 million project for Nashville Metro Water Services includes site work, structures, piping, yard work, erosion/sediment control, equipment, electrical and instrumentation work. The new wastewater pumping station consists of a below-grade dry pit housing with four 90 HP dry weather pumps and three 525 HP wet weather pumps along with other piping and mechanical support systems, two trench-type wet wells, and an above grade structure located above the dry well that includes separate mechanical/HVAC and electrical rooms along with a bridge crane system, restroom and other supporting mechanical and electrical systems. A new grinder structure will include a channel-mounted grinder system for the dry weather pumping system wet well and a screened diversion to deliver peak flows to the wet weather pumping system wetwell. The project also includes the interception and reroute of existing 48" and 15" influent sewers from the existing pumping station to the new station, 6,200 LF of new 30" and 36" DIP force main, and a new influent structure with dedicated Parshall flumes.