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Central Sumter Utility Company WWTF

The scope of work included final design, preparation of construction plans, permitting and construction management for the new 1.60 mgd wastewater treatment plant.  All subconsultants worked directly for Booth, Ern, Straughan & Hiott, Inc.  Work also included master planning all facilities and components for expansion to ultimate flows.  The facility utilizes the EIMCO Carrousel denitlR biological process, and tertiary treatment is provided, with 100% of acceptable effluent being utilized for irrigation of golf courses.  The plant design consisted of the following major components: headworks with mechanical screening and flow splitting, denitrification, aeration via an oxidation ditch, clarification, filtration, disinfection, sludge dewatering via a belt press, effluent holding, standby power generation, effluent distribution pumping and backup disposal via RIB’s


City of Tavares, Woodlea Road WRF

Booth, Ern, Straughan & Hiott, Inc., conducted design, permitting and construction administration for the Woodlea Road Water Reclamation Facility expansion.  This project consisted of the expansion of the existing facility from 1.0 mgd to 3.0 mgd, with an upgrade to tertiary treatment to supply re-use water.    New components included an oxidation ditch, two clarifiers, aerobic digester, headworks with mechanical screening and grit removal and sludge dewatering facilities.  Also included in this project was the removal of the 0.75 mgd Caroline Street WWTP from service.  This facility was replaced with a pump station to convey all raw wastewater to the newly expanded Woodlea Road facility. Also included in this flow diversion was approximately 12,000 linear feet of 16″ force main.  Finally, an effluent pump station and several capital re-use distribution lines were included in the scope of this project.


North Sumter Utility Company WWTF

The scope of work included final design, preparation of construction plans, permitting and construction management for this new 1.50 mgd wastewater treatment plant and subsequent expansion to 2.8 mgd.  All subconsultants worked directly for Booth, Ern, Straughan & Hiott, Inc.   Work also included master planning all facilities and components for expansion to ultimate flows.  The facility utilizes the EIMCO Carrousel denitlR biological process, and tertiary treatment is provided, with 100% of acceptable effluent being utilized for irrigation of golf courses.  The plant design consisted of the following major components: headworks with mechanical screening and flow splitting, denitrification, aeration via an oxidation ditch, clarification, filtration, disinfection, sludge dewatering via a belt press, effluent holding, standby power generation, effluent distribution pumping and backup disposal via RIB’s.

Little Sumter Utility Company WWTF

The scope of work included final design, preparation of construction plans, permitting and construction management for expansion of this existing 0.90 mgd facility to 2.10 mgd and again to 3.0 mgd. All subconsultants worked directly for Booth, Ern, Straughan & Hiott, Inc.   The facility utilizes the EIMCO Carrousel denitlR biological process, and tertiary treatment is provided, with 100% of acceptable effluent being utilized for irrigation of golf courses.  The plant expansion design consisted of the following major components: design of additional denitrification facilities, an additional oxidation ditch, additional filtration facilities, additional disinfection facilities, new sludge dewatering facilities, and design of additional effluent distribution pumping facilities.


Country Crossings

The scope of work included final design, preparation of construction plans, permitting and construction management for this new 0.120 mgd surface water discharge wastewater treatment plant. Plant included phosphorous and nitrogen removal capabilities due to the surface water discharge of effluent.  All subconsultants worked directly for Booth, Ern, Straughan & Hiott, Inc.  Work also included master planning all facilities and components for expansion to ultimate flows of 0.600 mgd.  Master planning included preliminary engineering design for a membrane bioreactor type facility. The plant design consisted of the following major components: headworks with manual screening and flow splitting, anoxic, aeration, anaerobic zones, clarification, UV disinfection, sludge holding/digestion, reaeration prior to discharge, and standby power generation.  Project was delivered via design-build.


Sugarloaf Mountain Capital Lift Station #1 & #2

Booth, Ern, Straughan & Hiott, Inc. conducted design, permitting and construction administration for Capital Lift Stations #1 and #2 to serve the 2,500 unit Sugarloaf Mountain DRI.  The facilities were turned over to the City of Minneola upon completion.  Each station is equipped with a standby diesel generator and a SCADA system.  LS #1 is equipped with three constant speed 500 gpm, high head (over 200′ elevation change encountered on this project) submersible wastewater pumps, and LS #2 is equipped with three constant speed 950 gpm, high head submersible wastewater pumps.  The stations each pump approximately 2 miles to the City of Minneola’s WWTP.


JB Ranch Capital Force Main and Lift Stations

The scope of work included final design, preparation of construction plans, State Revolving Fund (SRF) loan management, permitting and construction management for a new capital force main and lift station project in Marion County, Florida.  The force main consisted of 16″, 20″ and 24″ force mains for a distance of approximately 5.1 miles, within both County and State Road rights-of-way.  Also included was the design of two capital triplex lift stations, including SCADA and standby power systems. The sub regional lift station was a proposed duplex (future triplex) installed were 2,750 gpm pumps.  The regional lift station was a proposed triplex, 2 wet wells (future quadplex) installed were 3,929 gpm pumps.