Goodwill – Commercial Development Lift Station
A new commercial development where a Goodwill retail store was being built needed this robust wastewater lift station. The hatch and below-grade structural components of this lift station have an H-20 rating for occasional traffic so that the system could be located in the parking lot of the development. This also included a below-grade, explosion proof electrical junction box. Goulds vortex pumps in a duplex configuration were chosen to handle unknown solids from future tenants of the development. Electrical controls were provided through a standard UL listed panel.
What Romtec Utilities Provided
- Lift Station Design & Engineering
- Package Lift Station Supplier
- Package Lift Station Manufacturer
- On-Site Lift Station Construction Adviser
- On-Site Start-Up Management
Why They Chose Romtec Utilities
Crestline Construction contacted Romtec Utilities for pricing on this wastewater lift station for a commercial development. The general contractor for the project was LCG Pence, and Crestline was the acting sub for the lift station portion. The site engineer, Cardno Engineering, was not able to specify exact pumping goals for the lift station because the development included a small number of additional spaces that were not filled. These three organizations and the final owner, Goodwill, chose to rely on the experience of Romtec Utilities to design a lift station capable of handling unknown future water conditions. Romtec Utilities was chosen as the lift station designer, manufacturer, and supplier for this project because of the specific experience we have with all types of lift station systems, allowing this development to continue on schedule.
The Dalles, OR|50 GPM – 14.4′ TDH