Published on January 12th, 2016 | by UC&D Magazine

UC&D 2015 Outstanding Water Project

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Ogden City Water Treatment Plant

Owner: Ogden City
General Contractor: Gerber Construction
Architect: CRSA
Designer: Sunrise Engineering

It’s hard to quantify the true value of this water filter system project that delivers high quality drinking water to people. This $7.4 million dollar project required reconstruction of a 13.5 million gallon plant, which was originally built in 1955.
The project included the installation of substantial dewatering and microfiltration systems, which are the largest in Utah. Crews also relocated a 9,000 gallon liquid propane tank and lines, constructed chemical feed systems, and built electrical, mechanical and other critical systems.
Piping included 42-inch RCP effluent channel, 12-inch ductile iron water lines, 36-inch ductile iron water lines, sewer, chemical lines, backwash piping, sludge piping and return waste water lines. The structure incorporates a steel roof diaphragm, transferring loads to special reinforced masonry shear walls. Of particular note is a tube steel drag truss that spans the approximate 100-ft. building width, and is 16 ft. tall at its center peak.


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