The R.M. Clayton Water Reclamation Center Expansion project not only provided increased plant capacity, odor control measures, and updates for phosphorus removal, but also featured a new headworks facility, ultra-violet (UV) light disinfection, new office and laboratory space, renovation to existing buildings, and extensive landscaping. Included in the phosphorus removal facilities are ten 150-foot diameter secondary clarifiers, an effluent filter, and a 330-mgd pump station. At its completion in 2000, the UV facility was one of the largest in the United States.
Pat Mathis Construction was part of the team that completed a minimum of six secondary clarifiers and necessary tie-ins and ancillary equipment within 16 months to make way for demolition of existing facilities.
Our Role: General Contractor