City of Scappoose, OR – Wastewater Package Pump Station
Wastewater Lift Station Project Description
The Charles T. Parker Way project is a wastewater lift station in Scappoose, Oregon for a commercial and industrial development on 105 acres.
Cardno is the site engineer, and the developer is a joint-venture between multiple developers in which the major partner is Scappoose Sand and Gravel Co. The end owner of the lift station is the City of Scappoose.
The purpose of the lift station was to prepare for future commercial development to ensure that the proper infrastructure was in place. The site is currently under use as a rock quarry and the pump station is operated by the City of Scappoose.
Romtec Utilities worked with Cardno as they were the project driver. Romtec Utilities designed and supplied the lift station to fit the needs of the large development. The installing contractor was Todd Albert Construction.
Package Pump Station Design
The wastewater lift station features:
– Precast 6′ ID x ~25.66′ Deep Wet Well
– Precast 687 Valve Vault
– Duplex Flygt Submersible Pumps
– Primary Controller: Micrologixs 1400 PLC
– Primary Level Sensing: Pressure Transducer
– Secondary Level Sensing: Flots (2)
– NEMA 3R Painted Steel
Whether you need a pump station for future development down the road or need one for a current ongoing project, at Romtec Utilities we have 22 years of experience designing and supplying pumping systems.
What Romtec Utilities Provided
- Pump Station Design & Engineering
- Package Pump Station Supplier
- Package Pump Station Manufacturer
- On-Site Construction Adviser
- On-Site Start-Up Management