Station Water Treatment Implementation Project
Location: Southern California
Project Value: $1.6M
Project Description: W.A. Rasic constructed improvements to an existing well facility in Montebello, California. The work included site grading; installing a large structural equipment pad; unloading and setting six owner-furnished granulated activated carbon (GAC) vessels, mechanical piping and supports; installing underground piping and tie-ins to ductile iron pipe that raged from eight to 16 inches, and other site paving and improvements. The project also included installing an owner-furnished standby generator and load bank. Because the site is so close to neighboring apartments and homes, we constructed a 20-foot high, temporary, engineered sound wall around the site. Based on the PFAS/PFOS levels, the well water could not be used, and it was replaced with imported water at a higher cost. Even though the project was delayed by four months due to supply chain issues, W.A. Rasic Construction accelerated work at no cost to the owner and delivered the fully functional station in time for the scheduled activation, resulting in considerable savings for our client.