HUSTON CREEK WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT DEWATERING BUILDING AND PRIMARY CLARIFIER

CRESTLINE SANITATION DISTRICT

HUSTON CREEK WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT PROJECT

The existing dewatering building and primary clarifiers at the Huston Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant were constructed in 1952 and 1984. These facilities reached the end of their serviceable life and did not meet current engineering standards and community wastewater treatment demands. Therefore, Crestline Sanitation District decided to upgrade the facilities by constructing a new dewatering building, primary clarifier, backup generator, trickling filter recirculation pumps, and a sludge dewatering building with associated sludge dewatering and conveyance equipment. Beyaz & Patel provided structural engineering and design for this project as a subconsultant to Dudek.

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Huston Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant
primary clarifier
Primary Clarifier, before construction improvements
SERVICES FOR THE DEWATERING BUILDING AND PRIMARY CLARIFIER

First, Beyaz & Patel provided a review of all available as-built drawings and specifications, and began to working on the structural design criteria for a two-story dewatering building and other structures, followed by the structural sections for the Preliminary Design Report (PDR). Final design services included structural drawings in AutoCAD and a review and edits to the structural specifications. Throughout the project, Beyaz & Patel provided ongoing QA/QC, a task we assign to a senior engineer for every project. Design submittals included 60, 90, and 100 percent. In addition, the design team received and responded to District comments and attended technical review meetings. Beyaz & Patel also provided services during the bid phase, including responding to RFIs and clarifications and preparing a conformed set of drawings