Burton School District – Municipal Wastewater Lift Station

Burton School District - Municipal Wastewater Lift Station Burton School District - Municipal Wastewater Lift Station
Construction of the Burton School District - Municipal Wastewater Lift Station Construction of the Burton School District - Municipal Wastewater Lift Station
Burton School District - Municipal Wastewater Lift Station Burton School District - Municipal Wastewater Lift Station
Control Panel for the Burton School District - Municipal Wastewater Lift Station Control Panel for the Burton School District - Municipal Wastewater Lift Station
Burton School District - Municipal Wastewater Lift Station Burton School District - Municipal Wastewater Lift Station

Project Assets

Project Description

This package wastewater lift station was designed to meet the low sewage flow requirements of a municipal lift station for developing an elementary school site. The duplex pump configuration with submersible grinder pumps and a drop bowl provides reliable and lasting pumping capabilities. A UL listed control panel with float controls and a basic alarm comprise level based controls for this lift station system. A backup diesel generator was installed on-site for auxiliary power to ensure continuous operation of the lift station.

What Romtec Utilities Provided

  • Lift Station Design & Engineering
  • Package Lift Station Supplier
  • Package Lift Station Manufacturer
  • Lift Station Site Plan Layout Designer
  • On-Site Lift Station Construction Adviser
  • On-Site Start-Up Management
38 41′
GPM TDH

Why They Chose Romtec Utilities

The Burton School District chose Romtec Utilities to design and supply this package wastewater lift station in order to provide sewer infrastructure for a new elementary school. Blair, Church, and Flynn, the consulting engineering firm, originally brought Romtec Utilities into the project with the City. After initial concerns about a “packaged” lift station, the City was eventually won over when Romtec Utilities was able to demonstrate the advantages of the approach in terms of price, speed, and compliance. Several design options were provided to the City in order to display the relationship between meeting district standards and reaching an economical cost. Romtec Utilities was able to finalize an approved design out of these options that was a perfect marriage of meeting standards and saving money.

Porterville, CA|38 GPM – 41′ TDH