Broken Arrow Wastewater Treatment Plant

Wastewater Treatment Plants
Broken Arrow, Oklahoma

Broken Arrow Wastewater Treatment Plant

Brief Summary

The City of Broken Arrow awarded Crossland Heavy the $57 million contract for their wastewater treatment plant.  The project included a major renovation to the existing facility that increased the city’s capacity to 20 million gallons daily.  The water treatment plant uses a micro filtration membrane technology to filter its water.  This is the largest filtration system of its kind in the state of Oklahoma.  Crossland Heavy Contractors self-performed 65% of the contract value, including 12,000 cubic yards of cast-in-place concrete, 10 miles of yard piping with pipe diameters of 66 inches, and installation of all process equipment.  The project was delivered in just over two years.  

Client — City of Broken Arrow
Cost — $57 million
Delivery Method — Hard Bid

The whole Crossland Heavy team not only created excellent working relationships with the city employees, they have worked very well with the engineering company who planned and designed the plant for the city.  

-Larry Dearing, City of Broken Arrow

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Crossland Heavy was always thinking of the next step of the project, what challenges it poised, and how to overcome these challenges in a manner that best suited not only their interests, but also the interests of the owner.  They put forth the extra effort to construct the water treatment plant in a manner that the owner, engineer, and they themselves could all be proud of.

– J. ERIC DEBRUSON, PE, VICE PRESIDENT (ALLGEIER, MARTIN, AND ASSOCIATES, INC.)

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