Regardless of project size, our goal is to maximize the benefits clients receive for their investment. We constantly look for ways to provide the best overall value in engineering, construction, and operations and maintenance costs.
The design concepts we develop for pump stations are focused on straightforward engineering solutions, quick construction methods, flexibility for future operations, and easy equipment access for operations and maintenance.
Our services include site plans, structure siting and structural design, existing utilities, pipe routing, schematic electrical and control system design, hydraulic designs, demolition plans and construction phase services.
Pump Stations Experience
L39 Lift Station Design and Construction
HR Green is providing preliminary design, final design, permitting, and certain construction phase services for several MCES projects in the City of Mound. The projects include demolition of an existing wastewater treatment plant; a new gravity interceptor; a new lift station L38 and a new West Maintenance Facility.
Pump Station Replacement in the City of Sioux Falls
Sioux Falls, SD
HR Green has worked with the City of Sioux Falls on design and construction of several lift stations and even eliminations of other lift stations. These projects improve maintenance access, functionality, standby power, and safety, and to provide for future growth of the city.
McHenry Wastewater Treatment Facility Central Pump Station
HR Green has completed several projects over the past twelve years evaluating and upgrading the City of McHenry’s Central Plant, South Plant, and Sanitary Sewer System. Since 2007 this work has been leading up to the elimination of the aging Central Plant.
WRA Ankeny Pump Station Improvements
The Des Moines Wastewater Reclamation Authority (WRA) took over operation of the City of Ankeny’s wastewater treatment facilities to provide a connection point to the WRA’s interceptor system and provide equalization and pumping for peak, wet-weather conditions.
Hopkins Area Lift Station Improvements
This project consists of a new lift station and associated gravity and force main interceptors that will allow phase-out of the existing L27 lift station. HR Green began detailed design work when a site had been selected in Oakes Park in Hopkins.
Winona Drive Lift Station and Sewer Main
The purpose of the lift station and sewer main project was to eliminate an existing siphon under Vince Bayou and to reduce the flow to the existing West Pitts Lift Station to more effectively convey the wastewater flow from the service area.
Iowa Great Lakes Sanitary District
The Iowa Great Lakes Sanitary District (IGLSD) intercepts the wastewater from seven Iowa cities (Spirit Lake, Arnolds Park, Okoboji, West Okoboji, Wahpeton and Milford) and the unincorporated areas in the region around the Iowa Great Lakes in Northwest Iowa.
East and West Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvements
HR Green provided bidding and construction phase services to the City of Cleveland, Texas for their East and West Wastewater Treatment Plant modifications project.
Westside High Flow Pump Station and Forcemain Improvements
Des Moines, IA
The Des Moines WRA maintains a vast wastewater collection system with the Westside Equalization Basin and Pumping Station being the system’s largest wastewater pumping facility.
Wastewater Treatment Facility Improvements
The Facility Plan report included a thorough evaluation of existing treatment processes and structures as well as recommended improvements to meet future conditions.
The City of Walker had a 2-cell controlled discharge lagoon to treat the community’s wastewater and required the system to discharge more frequently.
South St. Paul Interceptor Improvements
St. Paul, MN
Wastewater from the Cities of South St. Paul is pumped through the forcemain to the Metropolitan Wastewater Treatment Plant (MWWTP), a distance of approximately four miles, and was showing signs that could lead to failure.
Westside Equalization Basin and Pumping Station
Des Moines, IA
This project upgraded the largest wastewater pumping station in the City of Des Moines. The project included installation of new pumps, bar screens and piping, electrical instrumentation and controls, new sewer forcemain, and structural modifications to the existing building.
August 1, 2017
February 5, 2015