Public & Municipal
City of Beaumont | Wastewater Package Pump Station
467 GPM | 99.3′ TDH
The pump station was designed to the City of Beaumont’s standards which have adopted Eastern Municipal Water District requirements, as the city will also be the end owner of the system.
San Bernardino Municipal Water Department | Wastewater Lift Station
188 GPM | 20.4′ TDH
The recent Washington Avenue Lift Station project in San Bernardino, California, began as a retrofit and ultimately ended as a full system replacement.
Halifax Regional Water Commission | International Wastewater Lift Station
220 GPM | 45.4′ TDH
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.
City of Lemoore | Turnkey Sewer Lift Station
311 GPM | 16.5′ TDH
Romtec Utilities designed, supplied, and installed a wastewater lift station for a new housing development in Lemoore, California. The lift station connects to the city sewer with medium flows of wastewater to treatment.
Clark County Water Reclamation District | Wastewater & H2S Capable Lift Station
70 GPM | 47′ TDH
Romtec Utilities designed and supplied a wastewater lift station for a housing development in Las Vegas, Nevada. Romtec Utilities worked with the developer, Summit Club Nevada, and the local water authority, Clark County Water Reclamation District (CCWRD), to design the system according to their design requirements.
City of Shafter | Replacement Wastewater Lift Station in City Park
414 GPM | 27.5′ TDH
Romtec Utilities was contacted to design and supply a replacement wastewater lift station for the City of Shafter in Rodriguez Park. The new system was needed to handle growing flows from the area while modernizing the infrastructure.
Clark Regional Wastewater District | Wastewater Lift Station
392 GPM | 88.6′ TDH
Romtec Utilities was contacted to provide the design and supply of a wastewater lift station as a complete package for a new housing development in Vancouver, Washington. The location of the development required Romtec Utilities to adhere to the robust design standards of the Clark Regional Wastewater District (CRWWD) for new lift stations.
Kitsap County | Wastewater Packaged Pump Station
130 GPM | 61.4′ TDH
Romtec Utilities was hired to provide the design and supply of a wastewater lift station for Settlers Field, a new residential development in Bremerton, Washington, across the sound from Seattle.
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 County | Wastewater Lift Station Retrofit
60 GPM | 20′ TDH
Santa Barbara County needed to retrofit an existing lift station site to effectively replace a failing system. The lift station retrofit needed to handle medium flows of municipal sewer from two inlet lines and make use of limited site space.
Kitsap County | Wastewater Lift Stations on the Manchester Shoreline
210 GPM | 34′ TDH
Romtec Utilities was contacted to design and supply three new wastewater lift stations for the Manchester residential area on the Kitsap Peninsula.
Department of Energy | Top Slab Retrofits
A secure Department of Energy facility in Richland, Washington required multiple top slabs to retrofit existing pump stations. Romtec Utilities designed and supplied 7 custom slabs with hatches suitable for the specific conditions of each pump station, including industrial process water and wastewater.
City of Puyallup | Abandoned Lift Station Retrofit
362 GPM | 40.5′ TDH
A residential development project in 2008 needed a new lift station to handle medium flows of sewage from the houses. The development was put on hold, and in 2013, Romtec Utilities supplied equipment to make the lift station operational.
Roseburg Urban Sanitary Authority | Sewer Lift Station in Industrial Zone
197 GPM | 45.3′ TDH
Romtec Utilities was hired to design and supply a wastewater lift station for an industrial development in Roseburg, Oregon. The lift station conveys wastewater from the remote site to a natural treatment wastewater facility on the other side of town.
Clark Regional Wastewater District | Wastewater Lift Station for Residential Development
258 GPM | 94.7′ TDH
Romtec Utilities designed and supplied a wastewater lift station for a new residential development in the City of Ridgefield, Washington. The development and lift station will be completed in phases to meet the growing flow rates of the service area.
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.
City of Stanwood | Fully Integrated Lift Station and Control Building
160 GPM | 44′ TDH
The Mineral Point housing development in the City of Stanwood, Washington required a wastewater lift station to convey sewage to treatment for newly constructed houses.
City of Bakersfield | Deep Sewer Lift Station
2200 GPM | 44.1′ TDH
A new residential development needed a deep well sewer lift station to handle high flows of municipal wastewater. Romtec Utilities first started on this project in 2006, but the economic recession of 2008 put it on an indefinite hold. By 2016, the housing development was back in full swing and so was the need for a large sewer lift station.
Sammamish Plateau Water & Sewer District | Wastewater Lift Station
110 GPM | 66.5′ TDH
Romtec Utilities worked with SPWSD on a similar project to develop a new submersible lift station design standard that changed from its previous wet/dry configuration pump systems.
Mission Garden | Affordable Housing Development Lift Station
100 GPM | 29.6′ TDH
Romtec Utilities provided the design and supply of this wastewater lift station, including all structural and mechanical systems for a new affordable housing development called Mission Garden.
City of Ashland, OR | Municipal Sewer Lift Station Retrofit
156 GPM | 55.7′ TDH
Romtec Utilities retrofitted an existing wastewater lift station to meet rising flow rates in a neighborhood area of Ashland, Oregon. The retrofit plan called for the replacement of the concrete wet well structure and the pumps.
Clark Regional Wastewater District | Residential Development Sewer Lift Station
330 GPM | 118′ TDH
Romtec Utilities designed, engineered, and manufactured a package wastewater lift station for a new housing development in Ridgefield, Washington. The new lift station ties into an existing force main and handles medium flows of residential sewage.
Roseburg Urban Sanitary Authority | Municipal Sewer Lift Station
258 GPM | 16.9′ TDH
The Roseburg Urban Sanitary Authority needed a new lift station to handle medium flows of sewage from a residential neighborhood. This precast concrete wet well is a deep well for sewer, going nearly 30 feet below grade.
City of Shafter | Multi-Phase Residential Development
500, 1000 GPM | 27.7′, 56.8′ TDH
Gossamer Grove is the largest housing development in the City of Shafter. Romtec Utilities provided the wastewater lift station for this development after establishing a standard lift station configuration with the City on previous projects.
Kitsap County | Wastewater Lift Stations for Residential Community
195-265 GPM | 21′-37′ TDH
Romtec Utilities provided 3 wastewater lift stations for Manchester Residential Area outside of Seattle, WA. Romtec Utilities acquired this job through the public bid process after preparing a quote and scope of supply for the City of Port Orchard.
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. PDX has high groundwater tables due to its location near the Columbia River.
Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority | Stormwater Reclamation and Filtration System
62 GPM | 36′ TDH
Romtec Utilities designed, engineered, manufactured, and delivered a stormwater pump station for a stormwater reclamation system in Fremont, California. This stormwater pump station is part of the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority’s (VTA) stormwater reclamation system.
City of Shafter | Sewer Lift Station Replacement
350 GPM | 19.6′ TDH
The City of Shafter in California needed a new sewer lift station to replace an existing system with out-of-date components. The City of Shafter and Romtec Utilities worked together on several previous sewer lift station projects, including a lift station replacement.
Naval Base Kitsap | Multiple Lift Stations for a High Security Base
100-1,160 GPM | 40′-130′ TDH
Romtec Utilities designed, engineered, and manufactured five unique lift stations for the Naval Base Kitsap in Washington. Four of the lift stations were new systems, and the fifth was a retrofit of an existing wastewater lift station.
Douglas County Nevada | Residential Development
99 – 165 GPM | 224.7′ – 267′ TDH
The new residential development at Clear Creek Tahoe needed two new wastewater lift stations. The location of the development has many elevation changes and to successfully pump the sewage off to treatment, two lift stations were necessary.
City of Victorville | 10th Street Lift Station
75 GPM | 23.3′ TDH
The City of Victorville needed to replace an existing lift station that had been converted to a manhole. The new lift station would handle medium flows of wastewater and pump it uphill to gravity and off to treatment.
Sammamish Plateau | Water District Prefabricated Meter Vault
An existing wastewater lift station owned by the Sammamish Plateau Water and Sewer District in Washington needed a new meter vault to track flows of sewage into an interceptor. The new meter vault was completely prefabricated by Romtec Utilities into a precast concrete vault structure, and it also includes a bypass line intended to bypass the existing lift station during maintenance and an eventual replace scheduled in upcoming years.
Orange County Water District | Sewer Lift Station Replacement
30 GPM | 30.0′ TDH
The Orange County Water District needed to replace a wastewater lift station for the Burris Basin Pump Station in Anaheim, California. Burris Basin is a large groundwater pump station, pumping clean groundwater to 19 water districts in Southern California.
McCormick Woods | Golf Course Community Development Lift Station
100 GPM | 104.9′ TDH
In Port Orchard, Washington, new residential developments have been ongoing around the McCormick Woods Golf Course. The most recent development required a new lift station to handle medium flows of sewage for 200 new homes.
City of Bremerton | Modern Residential Development
160 GPM | 118′ TDH
The City of Bremerton needed a new sewer lift station to handle medium flows of wastewater from a new residential development. PacLand, a consulting engineer, brought this project to Romtec Utilities for the design of the lift station.
Manorwood Homes | Residential Development Lift Station Retrofit
200 GPM | 27.5′ TDH
A residential development that was put on hold during the recession of the housing market needed a lift station retrofit when the development was brought back to life.
Snoqualmie Ridge Residential Development | Municipal Design Standards
115 GPM | 57.3′ TDH
A new housing development in the City of Snoqualmie needed this wastewater lift station to handle low sewage flows and meet the City’s design standards. The Pulte Group and Centex Homes were referred to Romtec Utilities by the City of Snoqualmie as the package lift station engineering firm that could meet the City’s design standards.
Clark Regional Wastewater District | Jessie Hollow Residential Development
124 GPM | 35′ TDH
Krippner Homes needed a new lift station to handle medium flows of sanitary sewer from a new residential development. Romtec Utilities began working with Clark Regional Wastewater District in Washington to develop a new standard design.
Lakehurst Naval Air Station | Low-Cost Sewage Lift Station
250 GPM | 24.77′ TDH
This wastewater lift station was designed to meet the standards of the Lakehurst Naval Air Station while remaining cost effective. A duplex pump configuration utilized submersible 7.5 HP Weil Slicer Pumps to handle suspended solids in the sewage.
City of San Mateo | Urban Housing Development Lift Station
1218 GPM | 96′ TDH
After the historic Bay Meadows racetrack closed down, a large residential development began that required this large wastewater lift station. A triplex configuration of 30 hp Flygt pumps handles the high flow rates of this system.
Federal Law Enforcement Training Center | Lift Station Replacement
40 GPM | 15′ TDH
This was a true lift station replacement by installing a new package lift station “in the hole” of the removed wet well. Submersible pumps in a duplex configuration were included to meet the low sewage flows from the federal training facility.
City of Kelso | Submersible Wastewater Lift Station
308 GPM | 112′ TDH
A new development for a commercial park needed this wastewater lift station to connect the development to the municipal sewer system. Submersible centrifugal pumps in a duplex configuration were engineered to meet the medium flow high head conditions of the force main.
City of Shafter | Municipal Sewer Expansion Lift Station
110 GPM | 28.4′ TDH
This package lift station is part of a sustained plan to expand the collection system of a large sewage treatment plant completed in 1999. The medium flow is handled by submersible solids handling pumps in a duplex configuration.
Bear River Band of Rohnerville Rancheria | Tribal Sewer Lift Station
70 GPM | 21.6′ TDH
The Bear River Band of Rohnerville Rancheria, a federally recognized tribe of the Mattole and Wiyot peoples, purchased this package wastewater lift station for a tribal community development.
City of Sebastopol | Municipal Wastewater Lift Station
36 GPM | 26.8′ TDH
This wastewater lift station was required to hand medium sewage flows from a development neighborhood by Smith River Rancheria, the governing body of the Tolowa Dee-ni’ Tribe.
Vega Meadows Road Development | Fiberglass Lined Lift Station
297 GPM | 57′ TDH
This package wastewater lift station handles sewage flows from this large residential development neighborhood. Duplex submersible solids handling pumps pump a high flow rate from this 30’ deep wet well. The wet well includes an interior fiberglass lining and exterior coating.
Federal Law Enforcement Training Center | Lift Station Replacement
150 GPM | 30′ TDH
This replacement wastewater lift station was designed to meet the medium sewage flow requirements of this federal training facility. Submersible solids-handling pumps in a duplex configuration pumps the effluent through in-well valves and out a three-inch force main.
County of Del Norte | Municipal Sewer Lift Station
220 GPM | 36′ TDH
To extend the sewer system for Crescent City in Del Norte County, this sewage lift station was added to a new gravity line and force main. Duplex submersible chopper pumps pump the sewage to an existing gravity line and on to treatment.
City of Oakland | Municipal Wastewater Lift Station Replacement
1339 GPM | 21.9′ TDH
This municipal water district replaced an existing lift station with this packaged lift station designed for the high sewage flow requirements. 15 hp submersible sewage pumps discharges to a below grade valve assembly, which includes valves, actuators, indicators, and access ports.
Seattle Parks and Recreation, South Lake Union Park | Sewer Lift Station
145 GPM | 20.8′ TDH
A renovation of South Lake Union Park required a package lift station configured to meet the medium sewage flow requirements for a municipal and commercial wastewater system.
City of Santa Helena, California | Extended Lift Station Project
254 GPM | 49.5′ TDH
This municipal lift station in the Napa Valley was designed to handle medium sewage flows and medium head conditions. Flygt sewer pumps were supplied in a duplex configuration to integrate with the Tops Basin and discharge elbows.
City of Wenatchee | Wastewater Lift Station Replacement
375 GPM | 125′ TDH
This municipal lift station replacement was configured to handle medium flows of sewage from a large area of Wenatchee, Washington. This deep wet well was constructed from precast concrete and includes Tnemec interior coating.
Sammamish Plateau Water and Sewer District | Residential Development Lift Station
85 GPM | 75′ TDH
This medium flow sewage lift station was designed for a new development to meet the Sammamish Plateau Water and Sewer District lift station design standards. These standards specify a PLC controller with touchscreen HMI, SCADA options, a precast concrete valve vault, wet well, meter vault, and duplex submersible pumps.
University of Washington, Husky Stadium | Stadium Sewer Lift Station
346 GPM | 40′ TDH
The renovation of the University of Washington’s Husky Stadium required a new lift station to handle medium flows of wastewater. Robust, 10hp Vaughan Chopper pumps were used in a duplex configuration to macerate solids and to pump under unpredictable conditions.
City of Brawley, California | Wastewater Treatment Improvements
1350 GPM | 25′ TDH
The City of Brawley needed this packaged lift station to handle high flows of wastewater at its municipal treatment plant. 12 HP submersible pumps in a duplex configuration were used to meet the high flow pumping needs and a conductive probe was used for liquid level-sensing.
West Mesa Industrial Park | Septic System Replacement Lift Station
733 GPM | 44′ TDH
The US Army Corps of Engineers worked with Romtec Utilities to design this lift station to replace an existing septic system. The resulting package wastewater lift station met the high sewage flows of this publicly owned industrial complex.
City of Camas | High Head Sewer Lift Station
126 GPM | 206′ TDH
In order to expand the municipal sewer system, this lift station was configured to pump to an existing gravity line flowing to treatment. A 24-foot-deep by 10-foot-diameter wet well collects the sewage flows.
City of Clovis, New Mexico | Municipal Sewer Expansion Lift Station
100 GPM | 15.4′ TDH
An expanding sewer system for annexed land required this packaged wastewater lift station. Duplex submersible solids handling pumps are designed to meet the medium flow requirements and pass solids up to a 2” diameter.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers | Chopper Pump Sewer Lift Station
1120 GPM | 150′ TDH
This unique package wastewater lift station was designed to meet the high sewage flows of this US Army Corps of Engineers managed reservoir and nearby campgrounds. Vertical chopper pumps were engineered above the sump in a precast concrete structure with the above grade valve assembly.
Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton | Large Wet-Dry Lift Station
1585 GPM | 25′ TDH
The Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton needed this large wet-dry wastewater lift station to replace an existing system to allow the construction of new enlisted quarters. The new lift station included triplex dry-pit pumps to handle super-high flows of sewage from the facilities.
City of Camas, Washington | High Flow Lift Station at Residential Development
415 GPM | 117′ TDH
A large residential development required this package lift station to meet the high sewage flows for over 330 residential lots. Two inlet lines are fitted with deflector panels to reduce the in-well turbidity and protect the duplex submersible solids handling pumps from cascading influent.
Microsoft Columbia Data Center | Aircraft Rated Lift Stations
120 GPM | 60′ TDH
This large commercial facility needed identical lift stations to manage wastewater in the form of sanitary sewer and discharge water from the cooling processes. This was the second of four Romtec Utilities lift stations supplied to Microsoft’s 70-acre data center.
Microsoft Columbia Data Center | Identical Wastewater Lift Stations
120 GPM | 70′ TDH
Four identical lift stations were supplied to address sewage and cooling process wastewater from this commercial facility. This was the final of four lift stations supplied to Microsoft’s 70-acre data center. Aircraft rated hatches are included for each lift station to handle heavy forklift traffic.
Microsoft Columbia Data Center | Mixed Commercial Wastewater
120 GPM | 60′ TDH
To handle a combination of sewer and cooling process wastewater, this commercial facility purchased four identical Romtec Utilities package lift stations. This was the third of four lift stations supplied to Microsoft’s 70-acre data center.
County of Santa Barbara | Replacement Sewer Lift Station
50 GPM | 28′ TDH
Santa Barbara County needed this package lift station to replace an existing system serving a residential area next to Goleta Beach. Ebara submersible sewage pumps were engineered in a duplex configuration to alternate starts and create redundancy in the system.
City of Arcata, CA | Turnkey Lift Station Replacement
2947 GPM | 34.2′ TDH
This “turnkey” replacement lift station was designed, supplied, and installed to meet super-high sewage flow with infiltration and inflow requirements of a municipal wastewater lift station. Submersible solids-handling pumps in a triplex configuration were installed.
The City of the Dalles | Lift Station Design Standard Implementation
38 GPM | 28.2′ TDH
The City of the Dalles required this replacement package lift station to meet medium flows of municipal wastewater. This lift station included submersible centrifugal pumps in a duplex configuration with the ability to handle some suspended solids.
Sacramento Municipal Utility District | Deep Well Sewer Lift Station
172 GPM | 94′ TDH
The newly constructed headquarters for the Sacramento Municipal Utility District purchased this package lift station to meet its medium sewage flow requirements. Submersible solids-handling pumps in a duplex configuration were specified in a deep well because this facility represents one of the ten largest public utilities in the country.
Green Sanitary District | Low-Cost Municipal Lift Station
150 GPM | 56.8′ TDH
A large book distribution center required the local municipal agency to install this package wastewater lift station. The force main was installed via a horizontally drilled hole to the exact elevation of the wet well connection.
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.
USDA Fire District | Low-Flow Sewage Lift Station
50 GPM | 70′ TDH
This lift station was designed to meet the low sewage flow requirements of a municipal lift station that would also serve new construction and commercial buildings. Submersible cutter pumps in a duplex configuration and an inlet-line drop bowl provide reliable pumping capabilities, and a separate below-grade valve assembly holds the system valves.
Clark County Regional Wastewater District | Wastewater Lift Station
198 GPM | 51′ TDH
This package lift station was designed to meet municipal standards for medium sewage flows at this new commercial complex. The duplex pump configuration and solids-handling pumps provide suitable preventative measures for a reliable and long-term wastewater lift station.
Clark County Regional Water District | Municipal Sewer Lift Station
325 GPM | 48′ TDH
This lift station was designed to meet the medium sewage flow requirements of a municipal lift station. The duplex pump configuration and backup level sensing provide suitable redundancy for a reliable and long-term wastewater lift station.