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The Jardine Water Purification Plant (JWPP), is the largest capacity water filtration plant in the world, located in Chicago, Illinois. It draws raw water from two of the city's water cribs far offshore in Lake Michigan and sends nearly one billion gallons (4 million m3) of water per day to consumers in the north and central portions of the city. CMT is the lead engineer for the Chlorine Upgrade. This upgrade encompasses the addition of a redundant chlorine scrubber, modifications to the existing SCADA System to align the Chlorine Control Room with the JWPP SCADA Control Room and upgrades to the existing evaporators, chlorinators and chlorinator flow controllers (26) to a new control platform.
The Digester Gas Utilization Facilities, at the Calumet Water Reclamation Plant (CWRP) will enable the District to treat biogas generated from their current digestion process along with future digestion of a high-strength organic waste stream (currently under design by the District). The digester gas from these two sources will be treated at the CWRP to a level of quality acceptable for injection into a natural gas pipeline, through the new High BTU plant.
IDCS provided design services for I&C and communications for Lemay Pump Station 1 switchgear and VFD replacement which included engineering evaluations, preparation of contract drawings and specifications.
The South Water Purification Plant project includes the installation of generators with paralleling switchgear in a permanent structure to provide emergency power for the plant to the Main 2300V Switchgear. IDCS served as a resident for the Electrical scope of the construction
IDCS was selected to participate as a sub-consultant to Greeley & Hansen for the project to add ultraviolet disinfection facilities to the Terrence J. O’Brien (North Side) Water Reclamation Plant.
IDCS involvement at Wilmette Pump Station consisted of the complete demolition and design of a new incoming utility service to replace the existing service which had passed its useful life expectancy, replacement of 1966 era substation transformers and their associated primary circuit breakers, replacement of the lighting system within the building as well as on the exterior, new controls of the gate structures (including lighting above the new gate control bridge), design of an annunciator for communication with the public during gate operations, a new control system, with communication and control from both the Main Waterways Control Center and North Side Water reclamation plant.
IDCS was contracted to perform Electrical Engineering Services for the Condition Assessment of the South Water Purification Plant
The Maline Creek Local Storage Facility Tunnel (MCT) and Tunnel Dewatering Pump Station (MCTDPS) is designed to relieve the Bissell Point North Interceptor Tunnel during high flows and store 12.5 MGD until the flows recede.
The Albany Park Stormwater Diversion Tunnel project consists of a 5700 foot long 18 foot finished diameter rock tunnel located beneath Foster Avenue in the City of Chicago. This tunnel will divert excess stormwater from the North Branch of the Chicago River (NBCR) to the North Shore Channel (NSC). IDCS was responsible for all power, lighting, and security camera design for the pump station and the inlet, as well as the control design which needed to be coordinated between both the City of Chicago Department of Transportation and MWRDGC.
Intelligent Design and Construction Solutions, LLC completed the instrumentation and control design for the disinfection system at the Bissell Wastewater Treatment Plant. There are two disinfection systems at Bissell WWTP, both of which utilize a chlorination/dechlorination chemical system.
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