Water Treatment Plant Upgrades

2017-12-21T18:32:23+00:00

Water Treatment Plant Upgrades Rensselaer, IN Originally constructed in the late 1970’s, the City of Rensselaer’s water treatment plant had outlasted its life expectancy and was in dire need of upgrades. Clark Dietz worked with the City to evaluate the existing facility and develop recommendations for updating this 2.3 MGD treatment plant. We worked [...]

Water Main Improvements

2017-12-20T21:22:05+00:00

Water Main Improvements Harwood Heights, IL The Village contracted Clark Dietz to design and oversee construction of the first large scale capital improvement water project since installation of the system in the 1960s. Clark Dietz helped secure Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) State Revolving Load Funds (SRF) to fund these improvements. The project included [...]

Water Supply Improvements Conceptual Design

2017-12-20T20:59:59+00:00

Water Supply Improvements Conceptual Design Mount Vernon, IN Clark Dietz developed a conceptual design report and preliminary design drawings for the expansion of this water treatment plant from 4 MGD to 6 MGD. The recommended improvements included: Demolition of the existing raw intake equipment and installation of two 18-inch intake pipes with screening assemblies [...]

Water Plant Preliminary Engineering

2017-12-20T21:02:19+00:00

Water Plant Preliminary Engineering Greenville, IL The City of Greenville had a surface water treatment plant built in 1969 as a softening, clarification, and filtration plant. Upgrades to the plant in 1991 replaced the traditional clarifiers with Claricones and upgraded some of the chemical systems. As of 2016 however, much of the plant, including [...]

Water Well #20

2017-12-20T21:20:30+00:00

Water Well #20 Design Town of Normal, IL Clark Dietz designed a 500 GPM potable water supply well and a well house building to contain the well and electrical, mechanical and instrumentation equipment. The project included drilling a test hole to 250 feet to evaluate potentially deeper aquifers and maximize the capacity of the [...]