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Jackrabbit Road Public Utility District: Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvements

 

Project Summary and Scope – Jackrabbit Road Public Utility District operates a 5.1 MGD regional wastewater treatment facility in west Houston that serves the District and five surrounding MUD districts.  The plant has been expanded several times since it began operation in the 1970's, and was in need of improvements due to worn equipment, outdated equipment, and increased demand.  The District authorized SEC to provide design services for improvements to the chlorination and de-chlorination systems, lift station pump upgrades, improved influent screening, rehabilitation of the traveling bridge clarifiers, improved sludge handling facilities, blower rehabilitation, and various electrical upgrades.  Three phases of the rehabilitation have been completed at a cost of approximately $2,200,000.  A final fourth phase of improvements is currently under construction and includes replacement of the control building, lift station, instrumentation and electrical facilities, as well as major modifications to the aeration basin and air piping at a cost of $4,500,000

 

Remington Municipal Utility District No. 1: Wastewater Treatment Plant

 

Project Summary and Scope – Remington Municipal Utility District No. 1 is one of the largest utility districts in the state.  Located in northwest Harris County, the district currently covers over 1,800 acres and serves approximately 5,200 connections.  SEC has been the Engineer for this District since its inception in 1984 and has provide a engineering services including the design of the District’s 1.1 MGD wastewater treatment plant serving a portion of the District. The plant is a complete concrete facility, built partially above grade and incorporates the use of a sand filter for additional treatment.