Laughlin Colorado River Heritage Greenway – Grinder Pump Lift Stations

Laughlin Colorado River Heritage Greenway Laughlin Colorado River Heritage Greenway
Laughlin Colorado River Heritage Greenway – Grinder Pump Lift Stations Laughlin Colorado River Heritage Greenway – Grinder Pump Lift Stations
Control Panel for the Laughlin Colorado River Heritage Greenway – Grinder Pump Lift Stations Control Panel for the Laughlin Colorado River Heritage Greenway – Grinder Pump Lift Stations
Control Panel for the Laughlin Colorado River Heritage Greenway – Grinder Pump Lift Stations Control Panel for the Laughlin Colorado River Heritage Greenway – Grinder Pump Lift Stations

Project Assets

Project Description

A publicly funded greenway project required two package lift stations that were configured to meet the low flow, high head requirements for this park. Grinder pumps in duplex configurations will alternate between starts to reduce wear on the pumps and make time of operation equal. Below-grade valve vaults provide easy access to the valves and force main junctions of the lift stations. The outdoor UL listed control panels are tied in to onsite generators for emergency backup power and utilize floats for level controls.

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
45 66′
GPM TDH

Why They Chose Romtec Utilities

Clark County Public Works used a large sum of grant money to fund this “greenway” project. Romtec Utilities was brought in to the project with its sister company, Romtec, Inc. to provide pre-engineered restroom and concession buildings and two wastewater lift stations. Working together, Romtec and Romtec Utilities coordinated with Clark County Public Works, TJK Consulting Engineers (site engineer), VTN Nevada (reviewing engineer), and PEEK Construction (GC) to provide three site-specific buildings and two site-specific package lift stations. Choosing the two Romtec Companies allowed Clark County Public Works to designate a substantial portion of the project to essentially a single entity.

Laughlin, NV|45 GPM – 66′ TDH