Walmart in Gardnerville, Nevada – Stormwater Detention Pond Pumping

Walmart in Gardnerville, Nevada Walmart in Gardnerville, Nevada
Construction of the Stormwater Detention Pond Pumping Project Construction of the Stormwater Detention Pond Pumping Project
Construction of the Walmart in Gardnerville, Nevada – Stormwater Detention Pond Pumping Construction of the Walmart in Gardnerville, Nevada – Stormwater Detention Pond Pumping
Site of the Walmart in Gardnerville, Nevada – Stormwater Detention Pond Pumping Site of the Walmart in Gardnerville, Nevada – Stormwater Detention Pond Pumping
Stormwater Detention Pond Pumping Project Site Stormwater Detention Pond Pumping Project Site

Project Assets

Project Description

A new Walmart Supercenter required this package stormwater pump station to handle runoff from its large impervious parking lot. A good sized detention basin collects the runoff water during a storm event, including from surrounding properties. Ebara submersible pumps then empty the detention pond at a high flow rate through just 45’ of force main into a gravity line that flows to treatment. An outdoor UL listed control panel includes float controls for primary and backup liquid level-sensing and a basic alarm for communications.

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
1.87 23.4′
MGD TDH

Why They Chose Romtec Utilities

Large commercial construction projects, like this Walmart Supercenter, will frequently rely on multiple agencies. Working with Pentacor Engineering (Civil E.) and Walmart, Romtec Utilities designed a “site specific” package pump station that met the pumping requirements and cost less than poured in place concrete. Pentacor Engineering included the Romtec Utilities design and scope of supply and services in its bid specification. Romtec Utilities then worked with Atlas Contractors, the winning bidder, to get the design documents finalized and approved, while meeting its budget. In the end, Pentacor Engineering, Atlas Contractors, and Walmart had all their needs met by working with Romtec Utilities.

Gardnerville, NV|1.87 MGD – 23.4′ TDH