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Heron Bay Self-Priming Pump Stations

The Heron Bay Pump Stations serve the Heron Bay Golf Course Community in Henry County, Georgia.  Each of the three pump stations include self-priming Gorman-RuppT-Series pumps that are installed above ground to facilitate serviceability and maintenance.

Pump Station "A" collects wastewater from the entire Heron Bay Development and pumps the wastewater approximately 2 miles along Frog Road to a pump station that then pumps wastewater to Henry County's Indian Creek Water Reclamation Facility.  Pump Station "A" is a 100 HP station (50 HP per pump) that includes a duplex, piggyback pumping system (4 pumps total).  The Gorman-Rupp T8A-B pumps operate at 1,300 gpm @ 152-feet (76-feet per stage).  The pump station was constructed by Willow Construction in 2002. This site plan shows the general arrangement of the pumps inside the building.

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Pump Station "B" also includes a duplex, piggyback pumping system.  The T6A-B pump station has a total of 50 HP (25 HP per pump) and operates at 850 @ 130-feet (65-feet per stage).  The pump station was constructed by Willow Construction for $200,000 in 2003.  The construction cost does not include the Developer purchased pumping equipment.  This detail sheet shows a profile of the building and wet well.

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Pump Station "C" includes a duplex T4A-B pumping system with a total of 15 HP.  Because the pump station is located along the golf course cart path between two golf holes, the pump building includes architectural features like Hardi-plank siding and stone finishes.  The pump station was constructed Strack for $348,000 in 2005.  This site plan shows the general arrangement of the pumps inside the building.

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