Roseville Water Treatment Plant Phase III Expansion

Roseville Water Treatment Plant Phase III Expansion

Increasing its daily capacity by 1/3, the Roseville Water Treatment Plant expansion included the construction of some of the biggest piping used for water conveyance – with a diameter of 72-inches. Balfour Beatty’s work on the project earned awards from the Construction Management Association of America and the American Public Works Association.

Increasing its daily capacity by 1/3, the Roseville Water Treatment Plant expansion included the construction of some of the biggest piping used for water conveyance – with a diameter of 72-inches. Balfour Beatty’s work on the project earned awards from the Construction Management Association of America and the American Public Works Association.

Location
Granite Bay, CA
Client
City of Roseville Environmental Utilities Department
Year Completed
2008
Sector
Water
Value
$10M - $50M
Market Type
Purification
Services
General Contracting

The Roseville Water Treatment Plant Expansion was a 40 MGD expansion to an existing 60 MGD potable water treatment plant. The plant includes the following: 

  • Large diameter piping (up to 72-inch welded steel)
  • Flocculation and sedimentation basins
  • Three clarifiers
  • Four 1,150-sf gravity sand filters
  • Clear well
  • Gravity sludge thickener 
  • Mechanical dewatering system
  • Filter wash water recovery system
  • Sludge pumps
  • Water pump systems
  • Submersible wastewater pumps
  • Various masonry block and reinforced concrete structures
  • Valves
  • Chemical storage tanks
  • Chemical feed systems
  • Miscellaneous site improvements and 
  • Supporting mechanical
  • Electrical, instrumentation, control and SCADA systems

The project received the following awards: 

  • Project Achievement Award from the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) in 2009.
  • Project of the Year –  Environment Category –  Water, Construction Division 4 ($10 Million to $50 Million), from the American Public Works Association (APWA) in 2008