Completed Projects: D.B. Lee Reuse Production Expansion

D.B. Lee Reuse Production Expansion
Melbourne, Florida
$4,610,005
December 2012
City of Melbourne, FL
AECOM
Two (2) new continuous backwash filters each with a 1.0 Million Gallons Per Day (MGD) capacity and one (1) new 3 MGD chlorine contact chamber. One (1) 3.0 Million Gallon (MG) capacity reclaimed water ground storage reservoir. New 6000 gpm reclaimed water high service pump station and Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) building for pressurized distribution. Modified chlorine contact chamber discharge piping assembly (to include a new flowmeter and provisions for additional piping). Modified automatic monitoring equipment room to accommodate new Total Suspended Solids (TSS) meter, and relocated pH and chlorine analyzers. Structural, electrical, mechanical, piping, restoration, and Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) necessary to provide fully functioning and operable systems. Demolishing and removing existing automatic backwash filters, chlorine contact chamber, and hydropneumatic tank located at existing high service pump station. New air compressor in proposed VFD building. New Variable Frequency Drives (VFD) on existing and proposed high service pumps, new jockey pump, and modified pump station distribution piping. New high mast light in area of the reuse filters.
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