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Sanitary Sewer at Tulane Research Facility Enlarged to Accommodate Campus Expansion Since its inception in 1964, the Tulane research campus has been expanded several times. During this expansion, the sanitary sewer treatment plant was modified to adjust to new loadings by adding oxidation ponds and a constructed wetlands area. Learn More
EPA Compliance Reached Through Fort Madison CSO Project The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency issued a Consent Order requiring the City of Fort Madison to address combined sewer overflows (CSOs) by either implementing disinfection of CSOs or eliminating them. Learn More
Disinfection Key in Keeping Combined Sewer Overflow Discharge Safe for the Mississippi Contact time between the disinfectant chemical and overflow water is achieved in 1,000 feet of shallow 60-inch pipe rather than a deep concrete tank considered during preliminary design. Learn More
Purifying Wastewater for Reuse Stanley Consultants provided construction management services for the Doha North Sewerage Treatment and Pipeline project, a large and complex wastewater sewer treatment and conveyance system in Doha, Qatar. Learn More
Sewer Separation Improves River Quality, Complies with EPA Standards The benefits of the CSS separation project are far reaching and the water quality in the Mississippi River has improved dramatically. Learn More
Westside Diversion Tunnel = Economic Growth for the Quad Cities This unique view of the Davenport Westside Diversion Tunnel project captures the girth of the new sewer line. The project has resolved the sewer problems and indirectly enhanced the City’s economic base. The water environment in the Mississippi River and the habitat for local wildlife, waterfowl, and fish has significantly improved. Learn More
Improving Baton Rouge's Sewer System with New Wastewater Pump Stations Stanley Consultants designed 16 new replacement pump stations for the City of Baton Rouge to resolve city-wide sewer problems and position the City to realize millions of dollars in fiscal savings through a 25-year planning period. Learn More
Major Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion Stanley Consultants constructed and analyzed a hydraulic model of the City's wastewater trunk sewer system to use in developing a 30-year sanitary sewer master plan. Learn More

Sewage Improvements Among Largest Design-Build Wastewater Projects

This unique $110 million venture, with ABB-SUSA Dillingham and Stanley Consultants joining forces, is among the decade's largest design-build wastewater projects.  The City of Suez, Egypt, is home to more than one million people.  The city had long been in need of a wastewater treatment plant.  Sewage had previously flowed untreated through the streets.  The client, Egypt's National Organization for Potable Water and Sanitary Drainage, wanted durable and simple systems for the treatment facility.  The Egyptians wanted function over fancy.  A 130,000 cmd lagoon system, requiring less operator sophistication, was selected.

Stanley Consultants provided engineering services to rehabilitate all trunk sanitary sewers and five wastewater pumping stations for the City of Suez, Egypt.  The gravity sewer rehabilitation project involved improving the hydraulic capacity of the existing system.  Rehabilitation has been completed for high infiltration and critical defect reaches of the system.  The work included cleaning and TV inspection of the existing system, sewer condition surveys, topographic and utility surveys, flow and geotechnical monitoring, detailed design, construction services, quality control review, and shop drawing review.

Long-term performance was expected of the facility.  To alleviate corrosive conditions, layers of salty soil were removed.  To further mitigate salty soils, the structural design incorporated very dense concrete with increased rebar cover.  All underground concrete was covered with PVC sheeting to protect against corrosion.  The area also had expansive clay, creating potential problems.  The answer was rigid and highly flexible designs.

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