University of Portland – Replacement Wastewater Lift Station
Wastewater Lift Station Project Description
The University of Portland began an expansion project that included the development of 35 acres adjacent to the west of the main campus. The property is known as the Franz River Campus and includes several new buildings. The college has been known for a rich athletic history while continuing to establish their brand in an array of other sports.
The new facilities at the University of Portland include a boathouse that will house the equipment for the crew team by the Willamette River. It will include a combination of storage for their skoals, locker rooms, shower, a portion of the environmental lab, and an outdoor patio for weddings and events.
A new physical plant building is 58,000 square feet with showers, locker rooms, paint booth, woodshop, and storage.
The expansion included a Tennis Center with a six-court complex along with a new Track & Field Complex. Nearby are the North Greenway Trail and other existing athletic fields.
Romtec Utilities worked on the replacement to an existing wastewater lift station that the University of Portland needed for the four separate new facilities which will feed into this lift station.
The Site Civil Engineer is KPFF Portland. The KPFF Portland office has become one of the biggest civil and structural engineering firms. The electrical Engineer is Interface Engineering which is based in Portland providing sustainable design and engineering solutions.
Romtec Utilities was proud to provide the design and supply of this lift station for the University of Portland expansion project that will provide more academic and athletic opportunities for students.
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