Monolithic Precast Wet Well Bases

Monolithic Precast Wet Well Bases Beyond 8 Feet Monolithic Precast Wet Well Bases are the unsung heroes of wastewater infrastructure, providing the essential foundation for the proper management of sewage and wastewater. These structures often need to handle significant volumes, and their design and construction become increasingly complex when the internal diameter exceeds 8 feet. The term “monolithic” may suggest that the entire structure is poured in one continuous operation, but this isn’t always the case. Typically, monolithic precast wet well bases consist of two key …

Precast Concrete Sump

Should You Choose Precast Concrete or Cast-In-Place?

Concrete has been a primary building material for in-ground wet well and vault components for decades. Concrete is widely used because of its durability, low cost, and workability. In most pump and lift station projects, concrete is the chief building material, but there are major difference between assembling a precast concrete structure and pouring the concrete onsite. Romtec Utilities uses precast concrete because it requires smaller installation crews, is more time-efficient, and can be fully tested.

Installation of an Industrial, Stormwater System

Part Eight: Chalmette Refining LLC in Chalmette, Louisiana

In the final part of this blog series, we will look at the biggest industrial stormwater system in this series: the Chalmette refinery in Louisiana. Chalmette Refining, LLC is a joint ownership venture between ExxonMobil and Petròleos de Venezuela. Romtec Utilities supplied a very unique stormwater pump station capable of servicing the entire refining facility.