Treatment Plants & Pump Stations

City of Grants Pass – Webster Lift Station

Emery & Sons was responsible for the Construction of the Webster Lift Station No. 1, including below-grade wet well and valve vault, inlet gravity sanitary sewer pipeline, and above-grade control panel, backflow preventer, and associated site work. The Work also consists of decommission and partial demolition of the existing Webster Lift Station No. 1, pavement […]

City of Portland – South Airport Basin-Phase IV Pump Stations

This project consisted of construction two new pump stations and associated site work and frontage improvements for the City of Portland. The scope of work included, but was not limited to: At the N.E. 42nd Ave. Pump Station: Design and construction of a nearly 40-foot deep caisson with tremie seal to serve as a new […]

City of Corvallis – Taylor Water Treatment Plant Mixing Equipment Improvements

On October 19, 2012 Emery & Sons Construction was awarded the contract for the “Taylor Plant Mixing Equipment Improvements” for the City of Corvallis. The Taylor Water Treatment Plant is located in SE Corvallis adjacent to the Willamette River. This treatment plant treats river water for potable water distribution throughout the City of Corvallis. The […]

Netarts Oceanside Sanitary District (NOSD) – WWTP Improvements

The Netarts Oceanside Sanitary District (NOSD) was faced with an aged and out-of-date wastewater treatment plant that was more than 30 years old and had no room for expansion. In addition to the aged and outdated wastewater treatment plant, NOSD had an agreement order with the Oregon DEQ to improve the wastewater treatment plant. NOSD […]

Clean Water Services – North Plains Pump Station Relocation

Construction of a new 4.0 MGD submersible pump station functional capacity, with provision for increasing the capacity to 6.0 MGD in the future. Work includes constructing a replacement pump station within the confines of the existing ½ acre pump station site. Emery and Sons developed a work plan that allowed the existing pump station to […]

City of Pendleton – Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvements Phase 1 Upgrades, Schedule B – Outfall

The project included the construction of a new sewer discharge outfall into the Umatilla River.  Construction included installation of a new 96”diversion manhole over the existing outfall alignment.  Modifications were made to three existing sewer manholes.  Installation of dual 14” ductile iron inverted siphons and electrical conduits installed under McKay creek.  Installation of 1,150 LF […]

City of Portland – Umatilla Pump Station Upgrade

This project consisted of the installation of a new pump station at the existing Umatilla Pump Station site. Erosion & Sediment Control, Traffic Control, Temporary Bypass Pumping & Construction of a new 144″ 40′ deep Triplex Pump Station Wet Well, Demolition, Electrical Upgrades, Plumbing, Mechanical Piping, Grading, Concrete & HVAC. The project had a very […]

Metropolitan Wastewater Management Commission (MWMC) – Sodium Hypochlorite Conversion

Schedule A: Sodium Hypochlorite Conversion Scope of Work: • Demolition and removal of existing mechanical equipment, piping, pavement, and electrical components. • Sodium hypochlorite storage area and pump building. • Sodium hypochlorite recirculation and metering pumps in new pump building. • Three storage tanks for sodium hypochlorite. • Sodium bisulfate storage and metering pumps inside […]

City of Stayton – Water System Improvements

This project involved improvements to the existing City of Stayton Water Treatment Plant which included maintenance of the raw water intake, replacement of the slow sand Filter No. 3 liner and media, soda ash feed modifications , modifications to the plant disinfection system, clear well maintenance, two new 100 hp pumps, 1 with AFD, automation, […]

Benton Irrigation District – Irrigation System Improvements River Pump Station

The work consisted of construction of a concrete intake structure equipped with hydraulic vertical traveling screens, hydraulic slide gates, various wash down piping assemblies, a concrete wet well, a 3,600 horsepower pump station and associated piping and appurtenances. This phase of the project also included approximately 3,200 LF (650 LF of 36” D.I., 100 LF […]