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Sugarloaf Mountain

Water Treatment Plant

The scope of work included final design, preparation of construction plans, permitting and construction management for a new 5.76 mgd water treatment plant with an ultimate capacity of 8.64 mgd. All subconsultants worked directly for Booth, Ern, Straughan & Hiott, Inc. The plant design consisted of the following major components: design and construction of two, 16″ lower Floridan Aquifer wells, 2,000 gpm well pumps in accordance with Chapter 62-524 F.A.C. (Delineated Wells), a 500,000 gallon ground storage tank, two VFD controlled high service pumps with a capacity of 2,000 gpm each, one VFD controlled jockey pump with a capacity of 500 gpm, electrical and controls, 900 kW diesel powered emergency generator and transfer switch, gas pre- and post-chlorination facilities, a high service pump building, and a SCADA system.

Construction Cost: $3,200,000.00 (plant)
$1,400,000.00 (wells)

Completion Date: August 2008

Client Contact: Fred Miller
Public Works Director
City of Minneola

Client Phone Number: (352) 242-1301


PROJECT TEAM

BESH
Robert A. Ern, Jr. P.E. – Engineer of Record
Troy E. Mitchell, P.E.
Christopher B. Williams

BAILEY ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS, INC.
Electrical Design Subconsultant

ANDREYEV ENGINEERING, INC.
Geotechnical / Hydrogeologic Subconsultant

BLAISE, FIEBACH & ASSOCIATES, P.A.
Architectural Subconsultant