Rend Lake Conservancy District Water Treatment Plant Upgrade and Expansion

Project consisted of demolition work and modifications to the existing raw water pump station, existing plant building, existing clarifier units, under drains and appurtenant items for Filters 3-8.  Installation of a new intake screen, new filter media, and backwash water pump, and new 3.0 MG finished water reservoir. Demolition work and pipe modifications to the filter pipe gallery and to the high service pump room.   Work included all necessary structural, architectural, process / mechanical, HVAC, plumbing, instrumentation / controls and electrical work, site work, yard piping, and all other services required.

  • Owner: Rend Lake Conservancy District
  • Architect: Camp Dresser & McKee
  • Status: Completed August 2010

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