City of Visalia, CA – Wastewater Lift Station
Wastewater Pumping System Project Description
As part of the Visalia Logistics Center Phase II Project, the design of a wastewater lift station to transport general site sewage is required due to the elevation differences in the vicinity of the site.
The project is part of a two-phase large industrial development located in Visalia, California.
The lift station will also be sized to handle future development to the east of the project site. The Visalia Logistics Center project will be divided into the construction of two separate buildings. Building 1 will be constructed first, while the second building will be constructed at a later date.
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
Why They Chose Romtec Utilities
This project was brought to Romtec Utilities by Provost & Pritchard Consulting Group who had worked with Romtec Utilities on the Gossamer Grove Project in Shafter. Provost & Pritchard provides civil engineering and construction management along with other services based out of Clovis, CA.
This is a private project in which the system will be owned by the City of Visalia.
Romtec Utilities provided the design and supply of the wastewater lift station for the Visalia Logistics Center Phase II project and worked smoothly with all parties. If you have a need for a lift station in a commercial development, reach out to us today to see how we can help with your next project.
Wastewater Pumping System Design
The wastewater lift station features
– Precast 8′ ID x 29′ deep wet well
– Precast 687 Valve Vault
– Triplex 6.5hp Flygt Submersible Pumps
– Primary Controller: Compactlogix
– Primary Level Sensing: XPS-15 Ultrasonic Transducer
– Secondary Level Sensing: Floats MS1 (1)
DUTY POINT: 507gpm @ 38′ TDH