The Town of McCordsville doubled the capacity of the town’s existing WWTP – from 500,000 gallons per day to 1 million gallons per day. Whitaker Engineering, an Indianapolis-based engineering services company specialized in wastewater, stormwater, and water treatment projects, designed the $7.5 million project and Walsh Construction was the general contractor.
The new PENETRON ADMIX-treated concrete elements of the McCordsville plant comprise larger holding tanks and an improved wastewater process, including a headworks structure, grit chamber, aeration oxidation oval, clarifiers, and the disinfection system.
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