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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It was a pleasure to work with Crossland Construction Company on the new elementary school complex.  Your team’s ability to oversee such a large combined site with two separate projects and two separate architects is truly a testimony to the overall quality and leadership that Crossland continues to provide.

– Steve Jaggers, GH2 Architects

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