Tampa Bay Surface Water Treatment Plant

Tampa, Florida

Tampa Bay Water

Project Size:
19,000 cubic yards, 120 MGD

This project involved the expansion of the Tampa Surface Water Treatment Plant from 60 to 120 million gallons per day. The scope of work included installation of a new ACTIFLO® treatment system that includes high-rate flocculation and sedimentation removal, an ozone contact tank, and six carbon filters. The project also included a new chlorine contact chamber, a backwash solids clarifier, a main electrical building with emergency generators, chemical storage buildings and containment structures, a solids dewatering building and maintenance area, a thickening/dewatering polymer system, a truck loading station, recycle surge basin modifications, dry chemical storage, an alkalinity adjustment facility, and a booster pump station.