Steam Station Industrial Water treatment

North Carolina
Crowder was contracted to design and build a new wastewater treatment facility to support the flue gas desulfurization project at a Steam Station. The project included preparing the site, constructing the roadways, installing a storm drainage system, the installation of concrete foundations for tanks and buildings, the erection of two pre-engineered buildings, one structural steel filter press building, a concrete bioreactor facility, a concrete filtrate sump, two clarifiers, various steel and fiberglass tanks, steel and fiberglass walkways, miscellaneous stairs and platforms, pipe racks, process piping including, but not limited to 12,000 feet of HDPE ranging from 2” thru 28” diameter, the installation of various equipment, and all associated electrical work.