Wastewater Treatment Project in Clovis, New Mexico

Project Summary

Saulsbury was responsible for all aspects of the installation of underground piping, grounding and duct banks, concrete foundations, and buildings for the effluent water treatment system of a cheese manufacturing facility in Clovis, New Mexico. Approximately 3,000 linear feet of pipe and 1,100 cubic yards of concrete were installed on the project.

Scope of the Project

  • Backfill at liner key
  • Trenching and backfilling for buried piping
  • Pipe assembly and installation
  • Soil compaction testing
  • Subsurface chambers
    • Sand Filter (21 feet deep)
    • Waste Sludge
  • 260-cubic yard clarifier slab on a 70-degree slope
  • Foundation pads for equipment structures and pipe supports
  • Concrete testing
  • LRAL lagoon curb and miscellaneous structures

Goals and Accomplishments

The project was completed with zero incidents.

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