Reeves Young is responsible for the upgrade and expansion of an existing water treatment plant for Carroll County Water Authority. The project includes a new pre-treatment facility with rapid mixing, flocculation and plate sedimentation, additional multimedia filters, new chemical building and chemical systems, a new 1.5 million gallon concrete clearwell, a new high service pump station with 3 new 400 HP vertical turbine pumps and 2 new 200 HP vertical turbine pumps, a solids retention pond, SCADA system, 1000KW/1250KVA emergency standby generator, new administration building, and new maintenance building.
This improvement project for Dalton Utilities included chemical system upgrades, a new coagulant Building, conversion of an existing filter to a post chemical building, modifications to an existing raw water chemical building, site work for three chemical unloading stations and new loading dock, demolition of an existing coagulant tank and feed pumps, lime slurry storage and feed system, fluoride feed pumps, and day tanks.
Reeves Young was selected as the design-build contractor on this project for Dekalb County. For the pump repair, services include replacing the high service pump station No.1 intake header, the removal of four small transfer pumps, and the addition of two large transfer pumps. For the tank refurbishment, all three steel tanks will require new vents, ladders, and manways, as well as removal and replacement of all the coatings inside and outside.