Grandville Clean Water Plant

Moore & Bruggink is providing design and construction engineering services for a major clean water treatment plant upgrade for the City of Grandville. The plant is expanding to treat 10 MGD of average day wastewater flows, and incorporates a new egg-shaped anaerobic digester and bio-gas cogeneration system that will create heat and power for the plant to offset energy requirements and save money. Other major items of work include a laboratory and operations building, two mechanically cleaned screens and buildings, four raw sewage pumps, a grit chamber, and grit building, four primary settling tanks, five aeration tanks, two final clarifiers, a second ultraviolet disinfection system, three blowers, a digester/blower building, a digester gas cleaning system, five return sludge pumps, a sieve drum concentrator, existing building renovations, yard piping, electrical and all appurtenant work.


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