Commissioned by the City of Sioux Falls, the $21.7 million project replaces the previous Brandon Road Lift Station and adds much-needed processing capacity to the city’s wastewater treatment system. Built to withstand a 500-year flood level, the new lift station includes two mechanical screens, a bypass channel, and a channel for a future screen to be added to increase flow capacity. Four dry-pit pumps enable individual peak flows of 15,000 gallons/minute at 128’ TDH (total dynamic head).
PENETRON ADMIX SB was added to 4,200 yds3 of concrete. When added to the mix, the proprietary chemicals in PENETRON ADMIX SB react in a catalytic reaction with moisture to generate a non-soluble crystalline network throughout the pores and capillary tracts of the concrete structures.
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