Whitlock Water Treatment Plant

This project involved the 21 MGD expansion of the Whitlock Water Treatment Plant. Key project features included a new raw water pumping station, a 66-inch raw water pipeline, a new settling and chemical feed facility, new filters, a clear well, and finished water pumps. There were several other additions, such as filter-to-waste drains on the 10 existing filters, a five-million-gallon water storage tank, a potassium permanganate feed system, a wash water recovery system, sludge drying lagoons, increased office space, and modifications to the existing chlorine feed building and carbon feed building. There was also the implementation of a new 13.2 kV power distribution system and power distribution centers.

Pueblo, CO

Board of Water Works