Construction Management

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Key Features

  • Upgrading/replacing corrodible equipment in eight (8) deep sedimentation basins

Services Rendered

  • Resident Engineering and Inspection
  • Construction Administration

Washington Sanitary Sewer Commission (WSSC)

Water/Wastewater | Construction Management | Survey Services | Site/Civil Engineering | Transportation/Traffic | Structural
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Potomac Water Filtration Plant Corrosion Mitigation

Montgomery County, MD

The Potomac Water Filtration Plant produces approximately three-quarters of the water used by WSSC's 1.6 million customers. The WSSC embarked on a $12.53M improvement project designed to enhance overall operations, which included upgrading/replacing existing corrodible equipment, improvements to concrete spalls and other structural and non-structural deteriorations, as well as joint sealant repairs. 

Bryant, as a subconsultant, is providing construction management services for upgrading/replacing existing corrodible equipment (equipment having regular carbon steel, aluminum, etc. constituents), to those of non-corrodible material (316 stainless steel [SS], fiber reinforced plastics [FRP], etc.) in all eight (8) 150ft x 100 ft. by 18ft deep sedimentation basins, necessitated by accelerated corrosion due to a change of chemical process to improve water filtration. 


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