The original water reclamation facility in the town of York was built in the 1930s and was unable to keep up with the growing needs of the area. Hawkins Construction upgraded the lift station in town and installed conveyance pipeline to a new facility outside of town. The new facility includes a headworks grit screening building, two aeration basins, a biosolids holding tank, two clarifiers, a disinfection basin, and five reed beds.
Hawkins installed approximately 10,000 cubic yards of concrete; 1,100 tons of rebar; and 12,936 linear feet of interior and exterior pipe. The project was completed 4 months ahead of schedule.
City of York
Underground & Site Industrial & Water