Prologis Park – Industrial Center Wastewater Lift Station
Romtec Utilities designed and engineered a wastewater lift station for the development of an industrial plaza in the City of Fife, Washington. The lift station handles medium flows of wastewater using ESSCO 5hp pumps in a duplex configuration. Level sensing is achieved using an Amazon Bubbler which provides valuable information on the active volume of wastewater, pressure inside the sump, and built in functionality for system maintenance operations using an air diaphragm. Operational valves are installed inside the precast concrete valve vault that sits adjacent to the wet well. These include a check valve with limit switch to allow personnel to confirm visually and remotely whether valves are open or closed. In addition to the pumps used in the system, ESSCO also supplied the electrical controls that are configured to alternate their pumps and installed them inside a NEMA 3R enclosure. This control panel is fastened to the two-post utility shelter for security and increased weather protection.
What Romtec Utilities Provided
- Lift Station Design & Engineering
- Package Lift Station Supplier
- Package Lift Station Manufacturer
- On-Site Construction Adviser
- On-Site Start-Up Management
- Lift Station Site Plan Layout Designer
Why They Chose Romtec Utilities
Prologis Park is an industrial development located in the City of Fife, Washington that is being developed by Prologis. Romtec Utilities provided two wastewater lift stations for this location prior to this system and had great familiarity with the standards and expectations of the municipality who will ultimately own the system. We worked Tetratech, the developer’s engineer, to design and supply the site-specific package lift station according to data they collected onsite. The installation of the system was performed by JR Hayes, the contractor, who installed the previous two pumping systems. Romtec Utilities sent a field technician to perform the initial start-up of the lift station and train any city personnel that will be operating the system.
Fife, WA| 100 GPM – 30′ TDH