Retrofitting a 1960s Water Treatment Plant – Glasgow, Montana
Held Wed. Jan. 27, 2021
How do you modernize an aging water treatment plant with modern treatment technology, all within the existing building footprint? The City of Glasgow, MT, recently completed this upgrade. This webinar details the treatment process selection, communicates the importance of using detailed construction sequencing plans to segment the work, and describes the unique regulatory approach utilized to complete the project.
Topics covered include:
- Learn how we used modern treatment technology to replace outdated and inefficient systems.
- See how proprietary package clarifier systems in combination with concrete filter basins can reduce project costs.
- Discover how detailed construction sequencing plans help with construction phasing, while minimizing interference with operations.
- Understand how we worked with Montana DEQ to reclassify the WTP for compliance as part of the phasing.
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Jeff Ashley, P.E. is a senior engineer at Morrison-Maierle in the Helena, MT office. He has 22 years of experience in the water and wastewater field following completion of BS and MS degrees in civil engineering at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Jeff is the water treatment Practice Area Leader and Helena Operations Manager for Morrison-Maierle.