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Highlights

  • Completion: March 2013
  • New 1.65 MGD Water Treatment Plant
  • Raw Water Intake and Pump Station
  • Drying Beds and Lagoons
  • Chemical Storage and HAWS shower
  • FWPS Clearwells and generator
  • Permanganate Tank
  • RWPS with CMU painted
  • Sedimentation Basins
  • Dillwyn_Aerial
Drying Beds and Lagoons

The Buckingham WTP project consists of the construction of a new 1.65 MGD water treatment plant located at two sites.  First, the Raw Water Pump Station (RWPS) is adjacent to the county’s 52-acre reservoir and will be a cast-in-place concrete structure. The Water Treatment Plant (WTP), located ¼-mile from the reservoir, is on a green site.  The RWPS work includes a raw water intake structure, screen structure, pump station, and main.  The WTP work includes the filter building, sedimentation basins with flocculator and flash mix tanks, two clear wells, finished water pump station, finished water line, and numerous yard pipe systems.