Projects

Zapata Water Treatment Plant
Expansion

KEY PERSONNEL

 

Armando Guerra, P.E.

Project Management/Engineering Design

Construction Administration

Manuel Gonzales, P.E.

QA/QC, Design Support

Adrian Castillo

Survey planning and field crew coordination

Zapata County Waterworks Waste Water Treatment Plant Improvements

(0.8 MGD Expansion)

 

The project consists of expanding the existing Waste Water Treatment Facility from 0.8 MGD capacity to 1.6 MGD capacity and converting treatment method from Extended

Aeration to Bio‐Nutrient Removal (BNR). The proposed improvements include the construction of one (1) new Headworks Facility, one (1) new Carrousel/BNR Basin, Improvements to Existing Carrousel Basin, two (2) new Secondary Clarifiers, one (1) new Clarifier Splitter Box, one (1) new RAS/WAS Pump Station, one (1) new Cloth Media Filter Basin, one (1) new Chlorine Contact/Dechlorination Basin, one (1) new Chlorination/Dechlorination System with Fiberglass Shelter, one (1) new Electrical Building, and one (1) new Administration/Laboratory Building. Our duties for this project included the preparation of engineering design plans, specifications, construction administration, USDA funding coordination, and TCEQ Major Permit Amendment preparation/coordination.

24" Transmission Main

KEY PERSONNEL

 

Armando Guerra, P.E.

Project Management

Engineering Design

Construction Administration

Eduardo J. Gutierrez, P.E., R.P.L.S.

QA/QC, Design Support, Easement & Land Acquisition Coordination

Adrian Castillo

Survey planning and field crew coordination

24" Transmission Main from Del Mar Blvd., Along Casa Verde Road

to Loop 20 ‐ Laredo, Texas

(Texas Water Development Board Funded)

Project scope included the design of a 24” transmission main beginning at Del Mar Blvd., and continuing through portions of Casa Verde Rd., Jacaman Rd., Sinatra Dr. and ending at Loop 20. (3.4 Miles) Specific duties included Preliminary Engineering Report for Alignment Determination, Easement Preparation and Negotiations, Plans & Specifications,  Bidding Phase and Construction Administration. Since this project was funded by the Texas Water Development Board, the following duties were also performed: Coordination of Environmental Assessment,  Analyze Existing System and Current Problems, Address Projected Needs and Demands, Provide Alternatives and Recommendations, Prepare Engineering Feasibility Report, Provide assistance during Project Bidding, Conduct Monthly Meetings with TWDB Staff during Construction.

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