The $11.8 million project was carried out by Peterson Construction and included the construction of a number of concrete elements exposed to the aggressive wastewater environment including: headworks building, installation of a two ring oxidation ditch system, final clarifier tanks, splitter box, scum pump structure, UV disinfection system (with Parshall flume), outfall pipe with headwall modifications, Biolac cell conversion to an aerobic digester (with digested sludge pumps and supernatant decant system), repurposing of existing lift station, addition of sludge drying bed structure, and a new maintenance building.
PENETRON ADMIX SB was ultimately specified by Spring Creek Corporation, the ready-mix concrete supplier, as the optimal long-term waterproofing protection solution. It was added to all concrete structures that convey or store wastewater to ensure a long service life for the concrete matrix.
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