City of Palmdale | Industrial Pump Station
389 GPM | 54.5′ TDH
A renown aerospace and defense technology company needed an industrial pump station handling stormwater run-off with potential for fuel at their portion of the airport.
Brixmor Property Group | Commercial Pump Station
5 GPM | 9.1′ TDH
The Michaels Mira Mesa project in San Diego, California was a new small stormwater lift station for commercial development. Brixmor Property Group is the owner of the development.
City of Troutdale | Residential Wastewater Lift Station
57 GPM | 30.9′ TDH
The Sheldon Development project needed a wastewater lift station for the private apartment complex that requires a privately owned and maintained pump station to serve the sewer for the site.
Jacobsen Development Group | Residential Stormwater Lift Station
320, 280 GPM | 23.7, 24.5′ TDH
Romtec Utilities provided two stormwater pump stations for the Torrance Memory Care Housing unit in Torrance, California. Jacobsen Development Group are the owners who developed the Torrance Memory Care housing project.
Union Pacific Railroad | Stormwater Package Pump Station
3740.5 GPM | 31.4′ TDH
This project was initially recognized as a rehabilitation project but Romtec Utilities and David Evans and Associates, Inc. determined that they needed a replacement lift station to meet their increased stormwater demands.
Indian Health Service | Stormwater Lift Station
215 GPM | 18.6′ TDH
The IHS is the Federal Health Program for American Indians and Alaska Natives, and worked with Cecil & Cecil in a larger project to construct a new in-patient clinic for substance abuse.
Hancock Parkway Properties | Stormwater Lift Station
450 GPM | 15.8′ TDH
The site of the new development is close to the Santa Clara River, driving the need for all the stormwater runoff to be collected and treated in order to keep contaminated water from making its way into the Santa Clara.
Rockefeller Group | Stormwater Lift Station
2020 GPM | 14.4′ TDH
The Rockefeller Group purchased 7.81 acres of improved land in order to build the Airway Industrial Park in Otay Mesa, California.
NAVFAC | Industrial Process Water Pump Station
1000 GPM | 35′ TDH
The Romtec Utilities pump station is just the newest addition to the clean-up efforts, which began in 1981 at the NIROP site.
Broadway Business Park | Stormwater Pump Station
50 GPM | 25.4′ TDH
In the Broadway Business Park Project, Romtec Utilities supplied a stormwater pump station for a new development by Ninety/Fifty LLC.
Bridge Development Partners | Stormwater Lift Station
50 GPM | 15.3′ TDH
For their new development, the location was in need of a Romtec Utilities stormwater lift station to collect runoff water from the building and parking lot areas.
Union Pacific Railroad | Stormwater Lift Station
150 GPM | 15.3′ TDH
Romtec Utilities supplied a stormwater pump station for a new Union Pacific Railroad Maintenance Office. The lift station was needed to empty a stormwater detention pond and pump the water to an existing gravity drain system.
Orange County | Stormwater Lift Station
1347 GPM | 72′ TDH
This project is a new lift station handling low flows in the Santa Ana Delhi Channel in Newport Beach, California. This system collects stormwater in a 10’ inner diameter (ID) wet well that reaches 32’ in depth. In the bottom of the well, three Ebara 20 horsepower (HP) submersible pumps sit ready to pump out the water.
Net Lease Alliance | Stormwater Lift Station
200 GPM | 12.4′ TDH
NLA Spring Valley LLC was constructing a commercial development and in need of a stormwater lift station. This Romtec Utilities stormwater pump system was needed for small and 100-year storm events for a commercial development.
Industrial Crating and Packing | Stormwater Lift Station
512 GPM | 29.1′ TDH
Woodburn Development LLC, with ICON Construction and Development, Emerio Design, and Canby Excavations were in need of a wastewater lift station for a new development. The Romtec supplied waste water wet well is a precast 10’ inner diameter (ID) well that is 36’ in depth.
Port of Tacoma | Stormwater Pump Stations at Shipping Port
1090-1430 GPM | 25.6′-31.6′ TDH
The Port of Tacoma required three pump stations to send untreated stormwater through onsite water treatment systems. All stormwater that enters the marina will first travel through one of these three systems before being treated to improve the water quality at the port.
The Line at Santa Ana | Stormwater Pump Stations for Mixed-Use Development
720, 600 GPM | 31′,21′ TDH
The Line at Santa Ana is a new mixed-use infill development that will add 228 new apartments and 4,000 square feet of commercial space across several buildings. Romtec Utilities was hired to provide two engineered pumping systems that would discharge treated stormwater into the storm sewer.
Trans Bay Cable | Stormwater Pump Stations for Converter Station
500 GPM | 25′ TDH
Romtec Utilities designed and supplied two stormwater pump stations for a converter station in the City of Pittsburg, California. The two systems are necessary to supply collected stormwater to an onsite water treatment system before being discharged into the nearby bay.
Laguna Canyon Group | Stormwater Pump Station with On-Site Water Treatment
14 GPM | 22′ TDH
The development of multiple retail outlets in San Clemente, California required the installation of a stormwater pump station. The system needed to work with the specifications of another pumping system by discharging collected stormwater through an on-site biofiltration treatment system.
Mitsubishi Gas Chemical | Stormwater Pump Station for Chemical Refining Plant
475 GPM | 19.7′ TDH
The construction of a hydrogen peroxide refinement plant for the Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Company (MGC) required a pump station to collect and discharge stormwater to an onsite treatment system.
City of Sacramento | Stormwater Pump Station at Baseball Complex
930 GPM | 24.1′ TDH
Romtec Utilities designed and supplied a stormwater pump station for the new Army Depot Park in Sacramento, California. The pump station was designed for the 10-year storm and is capable of pumping 930 gallons of stormwater per minute.
North Bend Cottages | Stormwater Pump Station for Small Housing Development
130 GPM | 12.5′ TDH
Romtec Utilities designed and supplied a stormwater pump station for a small housing development in North Bend, Washington.
Public Service Enterprise Group | Industrial Stormwater Pump Station
225 GPM | 11.7′ TDH
Romtec Utilities was contacted to design and supply a stormwater pump station as part of an improvement project at an industrial power switch station in Trenton, New Jersey. This is one of several locations where aging infrastructure is being replaced by the local electric company, Public Service Enterprise Group, or PSE&G.
Snohomish County | Estuary Restoration Pump Station
4170 GPM | 26.5′ TDH
Romtec Utilities designed, supplied, and manufactured a powerful stormwater pump station with an integrated control building. The pump station was installed as part of a large estuary restoration project and is used to prevent inland flooding.
Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital | Stormwater Pump Station
1095 GPM | 18′ TDH
A hospital in Santa Barbara, California needed an engineered pump station to handle medium flows of stormwater.
Georgia Pacific | Stormwater Pump Station
3100 GPM | 25′ TDH
Romtec Utilities was contacted to provide the design and supply of a stormwater pump station for the Antioch Gypsum Plant.
DOW Chemical | Groundwater Remediation System
60 GPM | 25′ TDH
Union Carbide Corporation, a subsidiary of DOW Chemical, required a new stormwater pump station as part of a larger groundwater containment and remediation system in South Charleston, West Virginia.
Mitsubishi Manufacturing | Identical Stormwater Pump Stations
500 GPM | 15′-15.3′ TDH
A Mitsubishi manufacturing plant in Sacramento, California needed two new matching pump stations to handle low-flows of stormwater from an on-site treatment system.
Washington County | Groundwater Management Pump Stations
38 – 52 GPM | 19.9′ – 25.2′ TDH
Seismic upgrades to the Washington County Public Service Building required the installation of five stormwater pump stations.
Portland International Airport | Parking Structure Stormwater Pump Station
3600 GPM | 46.4′ TDH
The construction of a new multi-level parking garage at the Portland International Airport (PDX) required a stormwater pump station to handle high flows of stormwater.
Sage Apartments | Big and Little Stormwater Pump Stations
23, 2850 GPM | 25.4′, 17.5′ TDH
Sage at Cerritos is a new luxury apartment complex in Cerritos, California, a suburb of Los Angeles. Romtec Utilities provided two stormwater pump stations for this residential development aptly referred to as “big stormwater” and “little stormwater”.
Sprouts at Mira Mesa | Low-Flow Stormwater Pump Station
54 GPM | 29′ TDH
Sprouts, a new health-focused grocery store at the Mira Mesa Mall in San Diego, California required a new stormwater pump station to handle low flows of stormwater.
Crystal Creek Developers, LLC | Community Stormwater Pump Station
500 GPM | 26′ TDH
A new mixed-use community development needed a stormwater pump station to handle medium flows of stormwater from the community.
Boardwalk Pipeline Partners | Midstream Pipeline Stormwater Pump Station
100 GPM | 11′ TDH
The City of Los Angeles needed to construct a new 54” force main to increase sewer capacity and add redundancy to an existing 48” force main at Marina del Rey.
Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority | Stormwater Reclamation and Filtration System
62 GPM | 36′ TDH
This stormwater pump station is part of the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority’s (VTA) stormwater reclamation system.
Long Beach Exchange Retail | Five Identical Stormwater Pump Stations
150 GPM | 15.9′ – 18.7′ TDH
Romtec Utilities designed and supplied five stormwater pump stations for a new commercial development in Long Beach, California.
United States Postal Service | Wastewater & Stormwater Collection Lift Station
100 GPM | 29.7′ TDH
A new distribution center for the United States Postal Service in Portland, Oregon required a wastewater lift station. The lift station handles both wastewater and stormwater flows because the stormwater that is collected onsite is essentially wastewater due to fuel and other contaminants from a truck loading area.
Portland International Airport | High Volume Stormwater Pump Station
18,140 GPM | 10.62′ TDH
The Portland International Airport (PDX) needed a very large pump station to discharge high volumes of stormwater to a runoff creek from one of its runways.
Bay 101 | Six Low-Flow Stormwater Pump Stations
31-187 GPM | 10.2′-20.6′ TDH
The new Bay 101 casino required 6 stormwater pump stations to handle low flows of stormwater in San Jose, California. Each pump station will help serve new hotels as this casino facility expands. These pump stations needed to meet the low flow requirements while maintaining consistent head conditions.
Doheny Village | Simplex Stormwater Pump Station
50 GPM | 14′ TDH
City improvements for the Doheny Village in Dana Point, California required a new stormwater pump station for the residential revitalization. To meet the required flows, the new pump station utilized a 1/3 hp Goulds submersible pump in a simplex configuration.
Westfield Valley Fair Mall | Parking Lot Stormwater Runoff Pump Station
31 GPM | 10.7′ TDH
The revitalization of a large mall in Santa Clara, CA required a new pump station to handle low flows of stormwater runoff from a section of the parking lot. This system utilized an economic design with a 4-foot ID precast concrete wet well, schedule 80 PVC discharge piping, and small ½ hp Weil pumps in a duplex configuration.
Magnolia Pacific School | High Flow Stormwater Pump Station
3146 GPM | 21.3′ TDH
One aspect during the construction of Magnolia Pacific Technical School was a stormwater pump station. This system would handle extremely high flows of stormwater and pump it to treatment.
Utica East Ohio Midstream LNG Plant | Double-Wall Fiberglass Sumps
75 GPM | 67′ TDH
Utica East Ohio Midstream needed two new pump stations to handle low flows of stormwater runoff at its new Kensington Plant in Ohio. To responsibly contain potentially hazardous stormwater from the topsoil, these pump stations were designed with double-wall fiberglass wet wells with interstitial leak detection.
Pomona College | Science Laboratory Lift Station
370 GPM | 14.5′ TDH
Pomona College in Claremont, California needed this new stormwater pump station to handle a wide flow range of runoff.
Indian Springs Resort | Large Stormwater System
6800 GPM | 15.7′ TDH
The Indian Springs Resort needed a new pump station designed to handle high flows of stormwater runoff from a collection storm drain.
City of Huntington Beach | Industrial Center Stormwater Pumping
1800 GPM | 28.19′ TDH
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.
Utica East Ohio Midstream LNG Plant | Double-Wall Fiberglass System
150 GPM | 59′ TDH
Utica East Ohio Midstream needed a new pump stations to handle low flows of stormwater runoff at its new Kensington Plant in Ohio. To responsibly contain potentially hazardous stormwater from the topsoil, this pump station was designed with a double-wall fiberglass wet well with interstitial leak detection.
Contech Plant | Pumping to Treatment Pond
660 GPM | 24.3′ TDH
Contech Engineered Solutions needed this pump station to pump medium flows of clean water from a Contech filtration system to a nearby treatment pond. This system was designed with 5 hp Ebara pumps in a duplex configuration.
Home Depot in Perris, California | Commercial Stormwater Pumping
900 GPM | 16′ TDH
The construction of a new Home Depot required a large detention pond and a new pump station to handle stormwater from the commercial development. This economical pump station uses 7.5hp Ebara pumps in a duplex configuration to meet the required flow rates to empty the detention pond.
City of Battle Ground, Washington | Triplex Lift Station Design
3155 GPM | 46.2′ TDH
This stormwater lift station was designed for the City of Battle Ground to support the “now and future” needs of a developing area. This was achieved by designing the system to operate with large submersible pumps in a triplex configuration to meet the expected “future” flow rates.
Plantation Pipe Line | Low-Cost Stormwater Pump Station
175 GPM | 90′ TDH
This package stormwater lift station was configured to meet the medium runoff flow of this industrial property. One submersible centrifugal pump makes this a simplex station with an in-well check valve.
Tesoro Corporation | Oil/Water Separator Stormwater Pump Station
400 GPM | 30′ TDH
A remote Tesoro Corporation industrial site needed this stormwater pump station to handle water discharged from an oil/water separator which processes on-site runoff. Submersible centrifugal pumps were used in a duplex configuration in this shallow wet well.
Pacific Gas and Electric Company | Industrial Stormwater and Sewer
300 GPM | 23′ TDH
These three package lift stations were designed to meet medium flows of industrial process water with added low flows of industrial stormwater and wastewater. Submersible centrifugal pumps in a duplex configuration were specified to meet the peak flows and water chemistry identified for each pump station.
Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital | Municipal Stormwater Pump Station
1095 GPM | 21.5′ TDH
This simple package lift station was designed to handle the medium flows of stormwater at this hospital facility. Submersible centrifugal pumps in a duplex configuration alternate pump starts or can both operate in high stormwater events.
International-Matex Tank Terminals | Oily Stormwater Runoff Pumping
770 GPM | 35′ TDH
An IMTT industrial storage facility needed this stormwater pump station to collect runoff and pump it to treatment onsite. The duplex submersible pumps were engineered to handle the expected medium flows of stormwater.
City of Santa Barbara, California | Dry-Season Stormwater Flows
275 GPM | 17′ TDH
The City of Santa Barbara needed this packaged pump station to manage low stormwater flows from events that occur during the dry season. Duplex submersible pumps capable of passing a 3-inch solid pump the water into an existing sanitary sewer pressure main and on to treatment.
Union Pacific Railroad | Replacement Water Collection System
4000 GPM | 25′ TDH
The Union Pacific Depot in Cheyenne, Wyoming needed two new stormwater pump stations to replace existing systems. The first station used Ebara 25 hp submersible pumps in a triplex configuration to handle stormwater runoff from a parking lot and additional drains.
Walmart in Gardnerville, Nevada | Stormwater Detention Pond Pumping
1300 GPM | 23.4′ TDH
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.
Los Angeles Trade and Technical College | Stormwater Runoff Pumping
600 GPM | 26.2′ TDH
The expansion of a college campus required this stormwater pump station to handle medium flows of stormwater runoff. To meet the required pumping rate, 7.5 hp Ebara submersible centrifugal pumps were designed in a duplex configuration.
Solyndra | Stormwater Runoff Pump Station
450 GPM | 35′ TDH
This new commercial complex required two new stormwater pump stations designed to meet low flows of runoff. The manholes and hatches were designed at grade to integrate seamlessly with the brick patio and walkway.
British Petroleum Cherry Point Refinery | Industrial Stormwater Runoff
350 GPM | 30′ TDH
This package lift station handles the medium flows of stormwater and process water drainage at this oil refinery. A stormwater plan is required at most industrial facilities and BP proactively chose a reliable lift station to manage its environmental footprint.
Exxon Mobil Joint Venture Refinery | Super-High Flow Stormwater Pumping
30,000 GPM | Various TDH
To address the industrial stormwater concerns of coastal Louisiana, this large, precast concrete pump station was designed to meet super-high flows of runoff at this Exxon refinery.
The Marke Luxury Apartments | Unique Stormwater Pumping Solution
3591 GPM | 24.8′ TDH
This stormwater pump station was designed to handle variable flows of stormwater runoff. The typical stormwater expectations called for low flow pumping, but this pump station needed to handle high flows as well.
Sacramento Municipal Utility District | High Flow Stormwater Pumping
8496 GPM | 43′ TDH
The new headquarters for the Sacramento Municipal Utility District needed this package pump station to handle high flows of stormwater.
Orange County Groundwater Replenishment System | Collection Pump Station
4500 GPM | 32.5′ TDH
To create new potable water, this lift station pumps clean stormwater from a collection/storage basin to a treatment facility. Duplex vertical turbine pumps move high flows of water very efficiently and use soft starters to reduce torque on the vertical shaft and provide additional pump diagnostics.
Dow Chemical Company Louisiana Operations | Prefabricated Pump Station
8500 GPM | 32′ TDH
This package pump station was designed to respect the confidentiality of this industrial facility. The entire system was delivered with much of the hardware preinstalled in the fiberglass wet well to facilitate simple, “drop-in” installation.
University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication | Stormwater Pump Station
350 GPM | 25′ TDH
This package pump station was designed to meet low flows of stormwater expected after the expansion of this university building. The duplex pump configuration with submersible centrifugal pumps provides reliable and lasting pumping capabilities.
California State University Channel Islands | Stormwater Pump Station
2500 GPM | 25′ TDH
A university needed this package stormwater pump station designed to meet the high flow requirements for draining a detention pond. A flooded inlet line from the detention pond is pumped by submersible centrifugal pumps in a duplex configuration.