This was the City of St. Petersburg’s first progressive design-build project and its great success has paved the way for future PDB projects in the city.
To accommodate growth and augment its ability to treat influent wastewater and produce reclaimed water closer to its users, the City of Chandler chose to build a $122 million expansion to the Ocotillo Water Reclamation Facility.
LASAN elected to use the PDB delivery method to facilitate the many complex needs of this project. This allowed the project team to realize both cost and schedule savings.
The RiverRenew Program, the largest infrastructure initiative in the history of Alexandria, VA, encompasses the RiverRenew Tunnel System project, a storage and conveyance tunnel system, as well as three other wastewater projects that paved the way for the tunnel system project.
In response to the State of California’s newly revised drinking water “response levels,” a portion of the city of Anaheim’s wells had to be taken out of service and a treatment solution for its groundwater wells needed to be found to restore its critical local water supply.
To meet more stringent effluent requirements for continued surface water discharge, the City of Davis commissioned a wastewater treatment master plan to determine its ability to meet foreseeable future requirements. The conclusions led to the needed improvements project.
The City of Atlanta faced a crippling issue with only a three-day reserve of emergency raw water and increasing drought conditions and emergencies in the Atlanta area. Using construction management at-risk delivery, this complex project took an innovative approach from the beginning.
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With budget constraints and a plethora of existing problems and possible solutions, the principal challenge for the City of Stockton and its selected design-build team of AECOM and W. M. Lyles JV was to sort through existing needs, determine best-value solutions, and develop a significantly more cost-effective approach for project implementation.
A CMAR approach was selected as the delivery method for this project to supplement the City of Euclid’s personnel with the addition of specialized/qualified individuals to assist and guide the City throughout the many phases of preconstruction and construction.
Hillsborough County’s wastewater treatment plant consolidation program for the northwest region of the county consisted of demolishing two aging plants and expanding one from 10 mgd to 30 mgd.