Potable Water Projects
Water Reclamation Projects
Fire Hydrant Flow Testing
Water Supply Projects
Representative Projects Projects
Cumming Advanced Water Reclamation Facility
The 8.0 MGD AWRF included an expansion from the original 2.0 MGD facility. Final construction cost was just under $30 million.
Fire Hydrant Flow Testing and Water Modeling
CEC has tested and modeled over 1,000 fire hydrants for both municipal clients and private developers throughout Georgia.
Quarles WTP Reservoir Rehabilitation
Cobb County-Marietta Water Authority’s Reservoir Rehabilitation included the removal of 69,000 cy of treatment residuals.
Troublesome Creek Water Reclamation Facility
The 0.55 MGD Troublesome Creek WRF was built to serve Pulte Homes’ Sun City Peachtree Development in Spalding County.
Continuous Sludge Collection System
Completed in 2010, the $1.1 million ARRA project significantly improves the efficiency of the water production operation.
Cumming Potable Water Production Facility
The 6.0 MGD PWPF represents an expansion to the City’s existing 18.0 MGD PWPF and provides production during peak summer demands.
1.0 Million Gallon Hendrix Road Elevated Water Tank
The fluted style column tank stands 148-feet and serves Cumming’s customers in the northern portion of its service area.
Troublesome Creek Influent Wastewater Pump Station
The 130-HP Troublesome Creek Influent Pump Station serves the Sun City Peachtree community plus future adjacent development.
PWPF Settled Solids Dewatering Facility
The Plate and Frame process improves the capture and dewatering of the settled solids at Cumming’s PWFP.
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.
Hall County Spout Springs Water Reclamation Facility
Built for John Wieland Homes in 2004, Hall County purchased the 0.75 MGD facility to serve the southern portion of its service area.
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.
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