To support additional storage capacity, Bowen constructed a new alum facility at Citizens Energy Group’s (CEG) White River water treatment plant.

Project Challenges:

  • Due to schedule and delivery constraints, the fiberglass tanks had to be set after the pre-engineered metal building was erected.
  • Due to unique foundation design, erection of the pre-engineered building had to be done without access from the building interior.
  • Routing of the new underground chemical lines was through an area of the plant that is highly congested with known and unknown existing underground utility lines.

Bowen Resourceful:

  • The construction team developed a plan that made it possible to set the interior fiberglass tanks after the building was erected.

Bowen Responsive:

  • Active communication and planning with the plant operations personnel team during startup to ensure a smooth transition to the new Alum feed system.

Bowen Results:

  • This was a Zero Injury/Zero Incident project.
  • This project was completed on time.

Project Scope:

  • Site Work
  • Civil/Concrete Work
  • Underground Piping
  • Pre-engineered building
  • Mechanical / piping

Project Specifications:

  • 6,600 CY of excavation backfill
  • 2,130 CY of concrete
  • 115 tons of rebar
  • 10,600 SF of formwork
  • 13,000 LF piping
  • 5,760 SF building
  • (10) 12,500 gal. fiberglass tanks
  • (2) 4,000 gal. fiberglass tanks
  • (1) 300 gal. fiberglass tank
  • Project Location : Indianapolis, IN
  • Project Type : WTP Alum Improvements Project
  • Client : Citizens Energy Group
  • Total Contracts : $3,000,000
  • Project's Link : Project 1 Pager

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