Hedge Lane Pump Station and Reservoir Project

Pump-Lift Stations
Olathe, Kansas

Hedge Lane Pump Station and Reservoir Project

Brief Summary

Crossland Heavy Contractors completed the $21.3 million Hedge Lane Pump Station and Reservoir Project in Olathe, Kansas.  Work included construction of a 7.5 million gallon, below grade, cast-in-place concrete reservoir for the storage of potable water.  Additionally, crews constructed a 30 million gallon a day pump station that is expandable to yield 75 million gallons a day and contains four adjustable, speed-driven, horizontal split case centrifugal pumping units.  The pumping station work included all cast-in-place concrete walls, exterior stone veneer, interior concrete masonry unit rooms, process piping and valves, aluminum grating and stairs, an overhead bridge crane, steel joist and decking, a TPO roof, plumbing, HVAC, and instrumentation.  The exterior of the pump station included all buried piping, two cast-in-place vaults, two drainage headwalls, asphalt paving, site grading, seeding, and landscaping.

Client — WaterOne
Cost — $21.3 million
Delivery Method — Hard Bid

Despite the challenges that arose, the Crossland Heavy project team always had an upbeat, can-do attitude and treated Olathe’s entire staff with respect.  They were responsive to our needs, respectful to our staff, effective at maintaining the schedule, and provided cost effective solutions.

-John Gilroy, City of Olathe

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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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