Water Tank/Booster Pump Station

About This Project

This project included the design of a two million gallon elevated water storage tank that is 175 feet tall with concrete pedestal and mat foundation. Brockenbrough was responsible for the site design, water line extensions, and electrical power service.  Designs were also created for a piping system that included 1,500 feet of water distribution in the tank service area. Design of a tank and pump station piping manifold including electric check type pump discharge control valves, and surge relief valve were also included in the work for this project.

 

Design of a tank and pump station telemetry system interfaced with the County’s radio network Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system. Work also included the design of a tank cathodic protection system. Brockenbrough obtained approval from the Virginia Department of Health and Virginia BCOM and DEQ Departments, as well as the Virginia Art & Architectural Review Board (AARB) approval for the 150-foot high structure on Virginia State University property in a residential community. Design also included a three mgd booster pump station designed within the tank column.

Client

Chesterfield County Department of Utilities

Markets
  • Surveying
  • Water/Wastewater/Utilities
Services
  • Civil Engineering
  • Construction
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Survey