Boardwalk Pipeline Partners – Midstream Pipeline Stormwater Pump Station

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Project Assets

Project Description

Romtec Utilities designed, engineered, and manufactured a stormwater pump station for a midstream facility natural gas pipeline. The pump station handles medium flows of stormwater from the pipeline site with Ebara 2 hp submersible pumps in a duplex configuration. A separate 1hp Ebara pump handles smaller, nuisance flows as a jockey pump. This system discharges through a skid-mounted valve assembly complete with an air-release valve. The discharge structure also features ball valves & check valves to prevent backflow before discharging away from the site. Electrical controls comprise an UL-listed control panel with Nolta floats for level-sensing and a localized alarm system. Additionally, the entire system is designed for single-phase power suitable in this stormwater application.

What Romtec Utilities Provided

  • Pump Station Design & Engineering
  • Package Pump Station Supplier
  • Package Pump Station Manufacturer
  • Package Pump Station Specification Writer
  • On-Site Construction Adviser
  • On-Site Start-Up Management
100 11′
GPM TDH

Why They Chose Romtec Utilities

Romtec Utilities was first contacted to provide a quote for a packaged stormwater pump station at a midstream metering facility along a natural gas pipeline. Working with TKE Engineering & Design, the site engineer, Romtec Utilities designed the stormwater system according to the site calculations. Once the design was completed and approved by reviewing parties, Boardwalk Pipeline Partners, the owner, purchased the lift station from Romtec Utilities directly. The system was installed by Boardwalk Pipeline Partners and commissioned by Romtec Utilities’ onsite startup technician. This technician also provided training for the owners & operators of the stormwater pump station.

Houston, TX|100 GPM – 11′ TDH