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Treatment facility upgrade begins in Randolph

Posted on 04/27/2016 11:07 AM


Village, Department of Natural Resources and MSA representatives attended the groundbreaking ceremony. (Daily Citizen photo)
Village, Department of Natural Resources and MSA representatives attended the groundbreaking ceremony. (Daily Citizen photo)

Village of Randolph officials and other stakeholders recently gathered for the groundbreaking of the upgraded Randolph Wastewater Treatment Facility. The $3 million project will be the first meaningful upgrade to the facility in 35 years.

MSA provided engineering services and obtained $1.15 million in grants (Clean Water Fund Principal Forgiveness and Community Development Block Grant funds). Miron Construction, Neenah, Wisconsin, is the general contractor.

“The project, to be completed in 2017, offers the community a reliable facility that will protect the water quality of the important Beaver Dam Lake Watershed,” said Greg Gunderson, PE, MSA project manager, Baraboo. “With this upgrade, the Village will replace equipment that is being relied upon despite being long past its expected life.”

The upgrade features a significant upgrade in treatment performance and efficiency with fine bubble aeration, high efficiency solids settling clarifiers, and real-time controlled solids pumping.

A new state-of-the-art control system will allow operators to remotely control and monitor the treatment system for added reliability. The influent pumping has increased capacity to handle additional loads and there’s a new emergency generator to protect the community in case of power outages.

The project also calls for rehabilitation of the existing buildings, including the doors, windows, roof systems, and HVAC, plumbing, and electrical systems. 

For information, contact Greg Gunderson, PE.


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