Division 1 of this Project consists of, but is not limited to, the following: raw water pump station including passive intake screen, intake line, wetwell, two (2) vertical turbine pumps and space for a third pump, bridge crane, and potassium permanganate feed system; cast-in-place concrete 2.5 MGD pretreatment facilities including two-stage rapid mix, two-stage flocculation, high rate sedimentation using plate settlers, and hoseless sludge collectors; 2.5 MGD (expandable to 5.0 MGD membrane filtration facility including membrane filtration treatment modules, CIP system, neutralization system, onsite hypochlorite generation system, chemical feed systems, control room, lab, restrooms, locker room, offices, break room, finished water pumping facilities (two (2) vertical turbine pumps and space for a third pump); finished water storage consisting of a 75-foot-diameter by 30-foot tall 1.0-MG pre-stressed concrete storage tank; plant control system (PCS) consisting of field mounted instruments and control devices, non-proprietary distributed control system utilizing personal computers (PCs) and programmable logic controllers (PLCs); all related site work, piping, electrical, and any other activities incidental to the completion of this Project. Division 2 of this Project consists of, but is not limited to, approximately 8,975 linear feet of 20-inch ductile iron raw water transmission main from the new Lake Hartwell Raw Water Intake on Durham Road to the existing 20-inch main on South Carolina State Highway 59 near the intersection with Fair Play Boulevard in Fair Play, South Carolina, including all related equipment and appurtenances, connections to existing waterlines and facilities, erosion control, grassing, and any other activities incidental to the completion of this Project. No additional specifications were given.
Stiver Engineering was retained by the contractor to provide structural engineering services for the design of the caisson (raw water pump station). The caisson is 16 ft. diameter by 50 ft. deep. The contractor successfully sunk the caisson in wet sand. Stiver Engineering designed the reinforced concrete caisson to be sunk and sealed underwater. This is a technique that we spent many years learning from working with contractors while sinking caissons in the saturated sandy soils of South Texas.