Rabbit Run Combined Sewer Overflow
This Guaranteed Savings Project provides temporary storage of wet weather flow in compliance with the City of Huntington’s Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) Long Term Control Plan.
Belmont Wastewater Treatment Plant
The Belmont North Relief Interceptor Section #4 project included a wastewater lift station at Juan Solomon Park that was constructed in order to help with the failing storm and wastewater systems in the area. The scope of the project included the concrete, steel and masonry structure, the process system, as well as the mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems. It also included a green roof, previous pavement parking lots, beautiful landscaping and a playground for community use. More than 3,950 cubic yards of concrete were used for this project. The lift station is 40 feet below-grade and is constructed with large cast-in-place concrete walls. The Belmont North Relief Interceptor was named the 2012 Project of the Year by the Indiana Chapter of the American Concrete Institute.
Carmel Wastewater Treatment Plant
The City of Carmel owns and operates a wastewater treatment facility that processes and treats sanitary waste from Carmel, Clay Waste District, and Westfield Utilities. The plant has the capacity to treat 12 million gallons of wastewater a day.
Harbour Ground Water Treatment Plant
The Harbour Groundwater Treatment Plant is a state-of-the-art construction project located along Morse Reservoir in Noblesville, Indiana and serves Citizens Energy Group. This project includes post-tensioned concrete to create a system that treats six million gallons of water a day. This new 6,000-square-foot facility houses three horizontal pressure filters, three high service pumps with a capacity of 1,375 gallons-per-minute to 3,000 gallons-per-minute, and one 4,260 backwash pump. The project also involved the construction and installation of two aerators and welded steel detention tanks. Finished water is stored in a new, one-million-gallon post-tensioned finished water storage tank. Backwash water is temporarily stored in an open top post-tensioned tank prior to discharge to the sanitary sewer system. Water from this project is supplied from a new well under a separate contract.
Anderson Emergency Main Repair
The City of Anderson contacted the team of F.A. Wilhelm Construction when a planned repair of an existing 24-inch asbestos concrete finished water main went awry, punching a hole into the only raw water main to one of Anderson’s two water treatment plants. The routine repair quickly turned into an emergency repair, with the City requiring rapid response to still meet its water demands throughout the system. Our team sprang into action by diagnosing the problem and leading a “round-the-clock” repair effort that included the City’s staff and multiple contractors. The repair team was able to shut down the finished water main and temporarily repair the 24-inch prestressed concrete cylinder pipe raw water main.