The recent Washington Avenue Lift Station project in San Bernardino, California, began as a retrofit and ultimately ended as a full system replacement.
Many projects are brought to us by either a municipality or a contractor that has been hired for the project by another agency. In the case of the Old Highway 99 project, R&G Excavating, the contractor hired by David Evans & Associates, brought the project to Romtec Utilities.
Romtec Utilities supplies its customers with the best systems for the customers’ needs; the Highgate Community project is a project that required more than just a basic system. This is a Wastewater pump station in Bakersfield, California, constructed to serve a new development by Castle and Cooke.
The McCormick Lift Station #1 is an impressive site; on site are a 10’ inner diameter (ID) wet well, a precast rectangular dry pit, a fiberglass storage tank, a meter vault, a davit crane, a backup generator, and a control building to house the NEMA 12MCC controls and the Allen-Bradley CompactLogix controller.
Romtec Utilities was contacted to replace two aging wastewater lift stations with a modern system capable of handling their combined flow in Bedford Nova Scotia in Canada.