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Modeling and VDC

DeKalb Design Build – Package 3

Under an EPA Consent Decree, DeKalb County is required to develop and implement effective capacity, management, operations, and maintenance programs for its wastewater collection system, including a continuing sewer assessment and rehabilitation program. As the lead engineer of the Design-Build for Gravity Sewer System Rehabilitation, Replacement, and Construction – Package 3 (DB3) project, R2T provided aerial surveying, […]

Plantation Bay Wastewater Treatment Facility Upgrades

R2T was responsible for the installation of one influent screening system, submersible triplex master pump station, a 0.5 MGD package process plant, a filtration system, chlorine contact tank modifications, one submersible duplex reject pump station, a 1.0 MG reject water ground storage tank, a motor control center room, a standby generator and associated yard piping, […]

Tropical Farms and North Treatment Plant Improvements

The Tropical Farms and North Facilities are an existing Water Treatment Plant and Wastewater Treatment Plant in Martin County that have undergone expansion and rehabilitation. The project involved the replacement of the exiting chemical feed and storage systems and structures, the installment of effluent filters to replace undersized basins, and the WAS feed systems to […]

Model System Demand Forecasting

R2T was responsible for the development of a Dynamic Water Demand Forecasting Model for the Cobb County-Marietta Water Authority. The project incorporated modeled demand allocations provided by Cobb County in ArcGIS to develop a tool in MS Excel that captures population and employment changes at the census-tract level through year 2050 to forecast future demands. […]

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport Master Planning and Hydraulic Modeling Support

The R2T team assisted the City of Atlanta Department of Watershed Management (DWM) with the development and implementation of a sewer system hydraulic model and subsequent condition assessment with wastewater monitoring and master planning services for critical infrastructure at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (HJAIA). The HJAIA sanitary sewer contains infrastructure built and owned by […]

Distribution System Model Calibration and Water System CIP

The City of Atlanta’s water supply system provides about 1.2 million people with drinking water and is characterized by several ongoing challenges.  The service area includes many critical customers whose continuous service with safe drinking water is important to public health, such as the world’s busiest airport and numerous hospitals.  Atlanta is host to a […]

City of Atlanta Water System Master Plan

The City of Atlanta water system supplies approximately 1.2 million people with safe drinking water, including commuter populations, business and industry, sensitive customers such as universities and hospitals, and the world’s busiest airport.  The system is experiencing the expected challenges associated with a growing population and aging infrastructure.  As part of the 5-year requirements set […]

R.L. Jackson Sewer Model

The sewer system model owned by the Clayton County Water Authority (CCWA) was developed in 2010 and is an effective steady-state model, using peaking factors to simulate wet weather conditions and only include limited piping. As a sub-consultant to CH2M Hill, R2T was tasked with enhancing CCWA’s sewer model within the InfoWorks CS software platform. […]

Torresdale Finished Water Pumping Station

The Philadelphia Water Department owns and operates the Torresdale Finished Water Pumping Station (TFWPS) constructed in 1946. TFWPS treats an average of 200 million gallons a day and provides water to almost 60 percent of the City's population. R2T performed the evaluation of existing conditions to collect design information and obtain field data. Specific work […]

Dalecarlia Water Treatment Plant Improvements

The Washington Aqueduct (WA), a division of the Baltimore District United States Army Corps of Engineers, treats water drawn from the Potomac River to produce drinking water for Washington, DC and portions of Northern Virginia. WA is unique in the Department of Defense, and possibly the Nation, in that the federal government owns and operates […]
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