Treatment Plants & Pump Stations

City of Redmond – WPCF Modifications

This project included construction of a new headworks channel, new screenings building new biofilter and installation of two new rotary drum screens and associated conveyors. Work also included modifications to the existing screening building and removal of the existing screening equipment. A new 60’ diameter clarifier, modifications to two existing clarifiers, electrical and control upgrades, […]

City of Newberg – Phase 1 Reuse Water System

The work involved with this project includes modifying the reclaimed water wet well for the addition of two new raw water feed pumps. This water will be pumped to a newly constructed 62’ X 56’ HBU Reuse Building. The new reuse facility will contain a pressurized membrane filtration system, membrane filter effluent pumps and associated […]

City of Brownsville – Wastewater System Improvements Phase 1

This project upgraded two operating wastewater treatment plants. The work included 5400 LF of 10” HDPE effluent force main from south plant to north plant, 7 acre wastewater lagoon with HDPE liner, river outfall diffuser, 36” diameter chlorine contact chamber piping approximately 500’, CMU block chemical feed buildings at each plant, lagoon influent piping, demolition […]

City of Lafayette – Wastewater System Improvements

This project included installation of 3.458 LF of 10” – 18” sanitary sewer pipe, installation of 16 manholes, 2 ea. 24” diameter bores, and construction of a new wastewater facility consisting of: dual-train SBR treatment facility, aerobic digester, tertiary filtration system, Headworks Screen, UV disinfection system, new river outfall, reconstruction of existing sludge lagoons, disposal […]

Cascade School District No. 5 Sewage Treatment System

Construction of a new sewage treatment system for the Cascade School District campus in Turner, OR. which is both a middle school and high school complex. The following work was required for this project which had a shallow water table and gravelly soils that presented major challenges. Installation of 8 – 3,000 gallon septic tanks […]

Netarts and Happy Camp – Pump Station Improvements

The Netarts Oceanside Sanitary District (NOSD) required reconstruction of aging pump stations and replacement of the original force mains. Flows through the pump stations and force mains had to be maintained during the entire construction process. Emery and Sons Construction was retained to construct the proposed improvements which included challenging environmental and technical conditions. Technical […]