Potable Water Projects
Water Reclamation Projects
Fire Hydrant Flow Testing
Water Supply Projects
Pump Station Projects
Settingdown Creek Pump Station and Collection System
The Settingdown Creek Pump Station and Collection System includes 160-HP Pumps and serves almost 12 Square Miles.
FY2017 Cobb County Pump Station Rehabiliation
The FY2017 Cobb County Pump Station project includes the rehabilitation includes the rebuilding of two submersible pump stations.
Troublesome Creek Influent Wastewater Pump Station
The 130-HP Troublesome Creek Influent Pump Station serves the Sun City Peachtree community plus future adjacent development.
Gravitt Road Wastewater Pump Station
The Gravitt Road Pump Station serves development in the northern portion of the City of Cumming's Service Area since 2006.
Samples Road Wastewater Pump Station
This 130-HP triplex submersible pump station will ultimately serve the 3,650-acre drainage basin and be required to pump 2.6 MGD.
Heron Bay Self-Priming Pump Stations
CEC designed three self-priming pump stations ranging from 15 HP to 100 HP for the Heron Bay Golf Course Community in Henry County.
Union Station Wastewater Pump Station
Forsyth County's Union Station Pump Station will ultimately serve the drainage basin and be required to pump 2 MGD.
Lanier Beach South Pump Station
The Lanier Beach South pump station serves the area along Lake Lanier and removed a lake discharge from an outdated treatment facility.
Sanders Road Wastewater Pump Station
The 88-HP Sanders Road Pump Station serves several commercial developments adjacent to Georgia 400 and has a capacity of 1.1 MGD.
Bald Ridge Marina Road Pump Station
The 35-HP duplex submersible pump station serves the northeast portion of the City of Cumming's service area, including Costco.
Sawnee Creek Wastewater Pump Station
The Sawnee Creek Pump Station serves the drainage basin (6,445 acres) and pumps 3.9 MGD (2,706 gpm).
Ronald Reagan Pump Station
The Ronald Reagan Pump Station includes a 4.5 MGD triplex 105-HP VFD station with inline grinding and emergency standby pumping.
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