Urban Growth

Pump Stations to Expand Sewer Systems & Support Urban Growth

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Meet Existing or Establish New Design Standards with New Lift Stations

Romtec Utilities works directly with municipalities to help their engineers establish design standards that can be applied to new lift stations for expanding sewer districts, potable water, and storm systems. Romtec also is able to meet any existing design standards that are in place.

Romtec Works with Developers, Engineers, & Municipal Clients on New Urban Growth

Development and urban growth can take many forms and be led by municipal agencies, private developers, and engineers employed privately and publicly. Romtec Utilities will work with any and all organizations to complete a pump station designed and approved by all parties and deliver a fully functional pumping system.

Romtec Systems Can be Configured for Now & Future Development Phases

Romtec Utilities works on projects every year for sewer lift stations that are engineered to match phases of a development, spreading construction costs to later phases. From pump sizing to scalable controls, Romtec Utilities has the experience needed to engineer pump stations that meet defined pumping requirements at scheduled project phases.

Convert Septic to Public Sewer when Expanding Urban Growth Boundaries

Romtec Utilities engineers lift stations that handle converted septic neighborhoods into a municipal sewer system. Romtec has experience with large and small septic conversions including entire neighborhoods and communities upgrading from individual septic systems that need to reach municipal treatment.

View Urban Growth Projects

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Hancock Parkway Properties | Stormwater Lift Station
450 GPM | 15.8′ TDH

Hancock Parkway Properties needed a stormwater pump station to manage runoff from the buildings and parking lot. The site of the new development is close to the Santa Clara River, driving the need for all the stormwater runoff to be collected and treated in order to keep contaminated water from making its way into the Santa Clara.

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Clark Regional Wastewater District | Industrial Sewer Lift Station
82 GPM | 19.7′ TDH

Located at the northeastern edge of Vancouver on NE 117th Ave, this lift station will service a small industrial development as the city continues to grow and push its borders out. The Nielsen Industrial Subdivision that the sewer lift station will be serving involves roughly four acres of land for industrial construction.

City of Vancouver Washington
City of Vancouver | Wastewater Packaged Pump Station
272 GPM | 161.3′ TDH

Romtec Utilities was contacted to provide a package wastewater lift station for Columbia Palisades, a mixed-use development in Vancouver, Washington. This large development project by Airpark Development will transform 84-acres of an old rock quarry into an urban neighborhood with residential units, commercial spaces, and offices.

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Town of Samoa | Housing Development & Fire Hydrant Booster Pump Station
1000, 200-600 GPM | 150′ TDH

Romtec Utilities was contacted to provide a design service order for a new booster pump station and control building for a housing development in the Town of Samoa.

Southgate Water and Sanitation Districts
Southgate Water District | Booster Pump Station & Integrated Control Building
125 GPM | 75′ TDH

Romtec Utilities designed and supplied a booster pump station and an integrated control building for an upscale development. This booster system regulates water pressure for the newly constructed homes.

City of Shafter in California
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.

Getting a Pump Station for Urban Growth

Engineering

Romtec Utilities provides full engineering and design services to meet the specific goals of your project. Romtec Utilities’ Engineers are experts in water conveyance systems across a wide array of water types and applications. We work with our clients through every step of the process; from Preliminary Designs and budgetary estimates, submittal and review processes, installation, and all the way through start-up, training, and warranty. At Romtec Utilities, we stand behind our products, and strive to provide the most robust system possible for the given application, while also meeting the budgetary goals for your project.

Manufacturing

Romtec Utilities provides a high level of system prefabrication prior to delivery of the system to the jobsite. This greatly reduces construction cost and installation time, as well as potential project delays and change orders. This high level of prefabrication can often reduce installation time from weeks to days. Additionally, Romtec Utilities takes pride in our quality control processes, ensuring that when the system is delivered to the job site everything will function as designed.

Construction

Romtec Utilities ensures the quality and success of every pumping system from the early stages of design, all the way through installation and construction. Romtec Utilities will send experienced installation advisors to the site who will advise the installing contractor throughout the installation process providing all parties with the reassurance that the station is constructed and ultimately functioning as designed.

Commissioning

Romtec Utilities’ startup, testing, and training services are essential to the success of any pumping system. Following installation our technicians are on-site working directly with the all parties to field check the control panel, operate the pumps, perform system testing, and provide world class training to all maintenance personnel. Romtec Utilities aims to not only design and supply complete systems, but to help to ensure the success of the system and all who are involved. Having our experienced field technicians on-site should provide a great sense of quality assurance knowing that the station will operate as designed and the personnel responsible for maintenance and upkeep will be prepared.