Lake Hefner Water Treatment Plant Expansion

Water Treatment Plants
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Lake Hefner Water Treatment Plant Expansion

Brief Summary

Work on the $46.6 million Lake Hefner Water Treatment Plant Expansion began in February 2011.  The project involved the construction of two 130 foot diameter clarifiers, each capable of processing 25 million gallons of water daily, a recarbonation basin, a 24,700 square foot filter building housing 12 new filters, a 3,500 square foot filter backwash building, a 1,200 square foot carbon dioxide building, and a 2,800 square foot carbon dioxide storage facility.  The project was completed in July 2013.  The existing plant remained in service during the construction.  The completed expansion project, which contained 22,000 cubic yards of structural concrete, increased the plant’s processing capacity from 75 million gallons to 100 million gallons daily.

Client — City of Oklahoma City
Cost — $46.6 million
Delivery Method — Hard Bid
Crossland Heavy self-performed 86% of the work.

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It is our company tendency to work with a limited number of general contractors, so when Mr. Hammons made the decision to award this project to Crossland, I was a little skeptical.  I will say that the project proved to be a good and successful experience.  I look forward to a future opportunity to work with this team again.

– MARK STEELE, ARCHITECT (JOHN Q. HAMMONS HOTELS AND RESORTS)

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