Shea Center – Industrial Center Stormwater Pumping
A new 144,000 square feet, two building industrial center needed a large stormwater pump station to handle the runoff from the site. This triplex system includes a fourth, “jockey” pump to handle low flow dry-season runoff. The three large pumps are 20 hp Ebara submersible pumps designed for redundant pumping during high flow events. A pressure transducer serves as the primary level-sensing device and operates inside of a perforated stilling well designed to prevent solids from interfering with the sensor. The electrical controls are configured with a logic relay, intrinsically safe circuits, and communications.
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
Delta Pipeline brought this project to Romtec Utilities to see if it was possible to design a lower cost stormwater pump station for the Shea Center. Romtec Utilities designed this system at a lower price than the previous design. Working with Delta Pipeline and the City of Huntington Beach, Romtec Utilities established that the new lift station would function in the manner specified while also lowering the cost. Using a packaged system from Romtec Utilities can be designed, supplied, and installed for much less than a typical process. For Delta Pipeline and the City of Huntington Beach, Romtec Utilities was able to provide a stormwater pump station to meet their needs while also reducing the cost of the system.
Huntington Beach, CA|1800 GPM – 28.19′ TDH