Carter’s Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant
CLIENT City of College Station
LOCATION College Station
The Carter’s Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant is one of two plants serving nearly 117,000-residents in the College Station community. The plant’s motor control centers (MCC) were more than 30-years old – making it difficult to find parts to repair the degrading components.
Our team designed electrical upgrades for the replacement of two switch gears and five MCCs. The new MCCs were installed with canopies to reduce internal heat and help extend the components’ life. We also installed a fiber-optic network to connect controls for the new equipment to the existing plant’s SCADA system.
4,500-linear feet of replacement duct bank was also designed – requiring our team to work around old, existing underground utilities. Duct bank mapping was performed to limit potential risks that could delay construction. We also developed a thorough sequencing plan to ensure the plant remained operational while all components were being replaced.
Associated Project Members
Alan Chavez, PE, Electrical Engineer
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Sean McMillan, PE, Vice President
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Brian Dobiyanski, PE, Project Manager
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Gary Rabalais, PE, Senior Vice President
Water & Wastewater
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