Vega Meadows Road Development – Fiberglass Lined Lift Station

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Installation of the Vega Meadows Road Development – Fiberglass Lined Lift Station Installation of the Vega Meadows Road Development – Fiberglass Lined Lift Station
Install of the Vega Meadows Road Development – Fiberglass Lined Lift Station Install of the Vega Meadows Road Development – Fiberglass Lined Lift Station
Control Panel for the Vega Meadows Road Development – Fiberglass Lined Lift Station Control Panel for the Vega Meadows Road Development – Fiberglass Lined Lift Station
Vega Meadows Road Development – Fiberglass Lined Lift Station Vega Meadows Road Development – Fiberglass Lined Lift Station

Project Assets

Project Description

This package wastewater lift station handles sewage flows from this large residential development neighborhood. Duplex submersible solids handling pumps pump a high flow rate from this 30’ deep wet well. The wet well includes an interior fiberglass lining and exterior coating. A below grade valve vault provides easy access to the valves, ports, and gauges. For level controls, the outdoor control panel includes a pressure transducer and floats for backup. An autodialer and backup generator are also included in the panel design and supply.

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
297 57′
GPM TDH

Why They Chose Romtec Utilities

Housing developments sometimes require years of engineering, submitting, and filing paperwork before the development can even begin. Starting in 2006, Romtec Utilities worked with Lennar Communities, a national home builder, and Smith Tech USA (Civil E.) to design and supply this wastewater lift station. Kern Pacific Construction Company (GC) installed the lift station in 2007, but the lift station was not immediately started-up. In 2010, Romtec Utilities was requested to start-up the lift station. With expert documentation, Romtec Utilities was able to evaluate the condition of the lift station and all its specified components and create a path to start-up. After clearing up a few maintenance issues, the lift station was started up, and the development moved forward.

Bakersfield, CA|297 GPM – 57′ TDH