King Sooper’s Marketplace – Commercial Development Lift Station

King Sooper’s Marketplace King Sooper’s Marketplace
Install of the King Sooper’s Marketplace Wastewater Lift Station Install of the King Sooper’s Marketplace Wastewater Lift Station
King Sooper’s Marketplace – Commercial Development Lift Station Control Panel King Sooper’s Marketplace – Commercial Development Lift Station Control Panel
King Sooper’s Marketplace – Commercial Development Wastewater Lift Station King Sooper’s Marketplace – Commercial Development Wastewater Lift Station

Project Assets

Project Description

The food & drug store serving a nearby university needed this replacement package wastewater lift station for medium flow rates. Submersible solids handling pumps are designed to operate with suspended grease in the water from a cafeteria in the market. The lift station valves are vertically integrated into the sump discharge piping. An indoor UL listed control panel contains an intrinsically safe barrier for the in-well electrical controls, and an autodialer and basic alarm fulfill communication requirements. Floats are the primary and backup level-sensing control devices.

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
150 6.8′
GPM TDH

Why They Chose Romtec Utilities

The civil engineering firm, Ayres Associates, contacted Romtec Utilities to provide designs and budgetary pricing for a wastewater lift station to be installed at a new food & drug store. The preliminary design and pricing was reviewed by the private contractor, Connell Resources, and Ayers Associates. The only revision requested was that the price be lower. Romtec Utilities asked for a proposed budget for the design and was directed to make a few amendments to the design criteria. The proposed changes and requested price was quickly met by Romtec Utilities. The lift station was approved by the City of Fort Collins shortly after. Getting the price lower and the designs finalized quickly allowed this commercial development to proceed.

Fort Collins, CO|150 GPM – 6.8′ TDH