GBMSD – Green Bay Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade – Wisconsin - Project Profile
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The Green Bay Metropolitan Sewerage District (GBMSD) is undertaking the construction of a waste-water treatment plant in Wisconsin, the US.
The project involves the expansion of an existing waste-water treatment facility. The new solids handling facility is called the Resource Recovery and Electrical Energy plant, or R2E2.
The project includes the demolition of old incinerator building with two towering smokestacks, the replacement of existing chlorination and dechlorination transfer and feed equipment, the construction of FRP day tanks, pumping stations, booster stations, link sewer system, de-watering building and other related infrastructure, the installation of incinerator, equipment for anaerobic digestion, smokestacks and chemical induction mixers, and the laying of single and double wall pipe.
On May 23, 2012, CH2M HILL, AECOM Technology Corporation, SEH, Muermann Engineering, Robert E. Lee and Associates, HGA and Marquette University have been approved to enter into a contract for over US$8 million as a design consultant.
In April 2014, Degremont was awarded a US$21 million contract to supply a sewage sludge incineration system.
On July 17, 2015, C.D. Smith awarded as a construction contractor.
On August 25, 2015, construction works on the project were commenced and are underway with completion scheduled by the August 2018.
The project involves the expansion of an existing waste-water treatment facility in Wisconsin, the US.
The US$169 million project includes the following:
1. Demolition of old incinerator building with two towering smokestacks
2. Replacement of existing chlorination and dechlorination transfer and feed equipment
3. Construction of FRP day tanks
4. Construction of booster stations
5. Construction of a link sewer system
6. Construction of a de-watering building
7. Construction of pumping stations
8. Construction of other related facilities
9. Installation of incinerator
10. Installation of equipment for anaerobic digestion
11. Installation of smokestacks
12. Installation of chemical induction mixers
13. Laying of single and double wall pipeReasons To Buy