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IDCS was a sub-consultant to Black & Veatch for the Lemay Water Treatment Plant (WTP) Secondary Improvements Project. This project includes the design of process improvements to increase the secondary treatment capacity from 167MGD to 210MGD, in order to meet new consent decree requirements.
The Jefferson Barracks Tunnel will be responsible for conveying sewage to the Lemay Water Treatment Plant (Lemay WTP) as well as storing potential combined sewer overflow (CSO) and storm sewer overflow (SSO) during a wet weather event.
The Consent Decree requires increasing influent pumping capacity to the Lemay WWTP to 340mgd by December 31, 2015. The District's preferred alternative for providing additional pumping capacity is to design a second (redundant) force main from Lemay Pump Station No. 1 to the Lemay WWTP.
The FMWRD had an aging electrical system, was beginning to expand processes, was in the process of standardization and a new plant was being built, South of the existing one. IDCS was tasked with evaluating the existing systems, as well as discussing the current modifications and future plans.
The Fox Metro Water Reclamation District was previously upgraded in the 1980's. After a catastrophic medium voltage cable failure, the age of the equipment came to the forefront of management.
IDCS evaluated six of the largest and/or most critical MWRDGC pumping stations which pump raw sewage from the sanitary sewer system to three wastewater reclamation plants.
Intelligent Design and Construction Services, LLC was a subcontractor providing electrical, instrumentation and CAD services during construction.
IDCS was retained to write and present a report to the Fox Metro Water Reclamation District regarding supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems. The report outlined different network topology options, such as loop, ring, star and hybrid.
The Chicago Department of Water Management (CDWM) and AECOM developed energy saving solutions for converting the Springfield Avenue Pump Station from steam to electric power. This conversion process is estimated to have saved 17,000 tons in CO2 emissions.
Tunnel and Reservoir Plan (TARP) is the system which MWRDGC developed in 1972 as a cost-effective way to comply with Federal and State water quality standards in the 375 square miles of combined sewers in the Chicagoland area (including 51 suburbs).
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