Water Supply Wells, Treatment Plant and Storage Facilities – Seelyville, Indiana

HWC provided planning, permitting, design and construction administration services for the construction of a new Water Treatment Facility and new Distribution and Storage System for the Seelyville Waterworks Utility in eastern Vigo County, Indiana.

Phase I of the project included the development of a new water supply well field, a new water treatment facility, new water transmission mains and storage improvements.

Phase II of the new system provided necessary flow and pressure to approximately 250 homes on the western extremity of the Seelyville system via a new isolated pressure zone served by a new 500,000 gallon tank and booster station.

Phase III included analysis and design of the improvements for the treatment facility to serve approximately 400 new customers in an unserved township northeast of the utility. The preliminary study and design for this project included modifications for additional capacity for the filters and chemical feed systems.

Project Highlights:

Project Cost – $13 million (Phase I-III)

Phase I
  • New ground water wells totaling 2.6 MGD in capacity
  • New 1.5 MGD treatment facility including aeration/detention, pressure filtration, zeolite softening and chlorination facilities
  • 500,000 gallon finished water storage tank at treatment facility
  • 500,000 gallon elevated tank
  • SCADA control system
Phase II
  • 500,000 gallon ground level storage tank
  • Four-pump booster station
  • Three pumps controlled by variable frequency drives
  • Tank and station designed to be supplied by the existing system’s storage tanks
  • Pressurize dedicated zone in the system created by isolation valves
  • A 1,750 gallon per minute pump to provide fire protection in the pressure zone
Phase III
  • Distribution system improvements included more than 40 miles of 6″, 8″ and 10″ water mains
  • Chlorine Booster stations were installed to maintain chlorine residual levels
  • The study was completed to evaluate and design chlorine booster stations and auto-flushing stations to promote water quality

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