Woods Trailer & RV Park – Low Flow, Low Head Lift Station Design

Woods Trailer & RV Park – Low Flow, Low Head Lift Station Design Woods Trailer & RV Park – Low Flow, Low Head Lift Station Design
Installation of a Wastewater Lift Station for the Woods Trailer & RV Park Installation of a Wastewater Lift Station for the Woods Trailer & RV Park
Wastewater Lift Station for the Woods Trailer & RV Park Install Wastewater Lift Station for the Woods Trailer & RV Park Install
Control Panel for the Wastewater Lift Station for the Woods Trailer & RV Park Control Panel for the Wastewater Lift Station for the Woods Trailer & RV Park

Project Assets

Project Description

An RV park needed this package lift station to meet the municipal sewage requirements for the residents at the park. Pumping with low flow and low head conditions, the duplex Goulds submersible pumps are sized to efficiently fit the 14’ deep, 4’ diameter wet well. An outdoor UL listed control panel utilizes floats for liquid level-sensing and includes an autodialer for communications and alarm notifications. The complete system was installed at finish grade with traffic rated hatches to provide a low profile for the residential area.

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
72 28′
GPM TDH

Why They Chose Romtec Utilities

Udell Engineering (Civil E.) and the City of Lebanon requested a complete design, supply, and construction proposal from Romtec Utilities. Romtec Utilities then partnered with RJ Armstrong Construction on this project to propose the complete design-build wastewater lift station. Udell Engineering provided information about the City’s design standards and requirements, and Romtec Utilities created a well defined scope of supply and services with RJ Armstrong Construction. In the end, the package lift station was purchased directly from Romtec Utilities while the installation was purchased separately from RJ Armstrong Construction. This provided the City of Lebanon with a lift station that met their design standards and could be installed by a contractor familiar with the project.

Lebanon, OR|72 GPM – 28′ TDH