Venice Water Treatment Plant (FL)

City of Venice

Haskell

Progressive Design-Build

 

Venice HA DSCN1448 - CopyThe City of Venice, Florida, needed to retrofit its existing reverse osmosis (RO) 4.5-mgd
water treatment plant with new RO membrane skids that could meet the existing total demand situations (TDS) and flow conditions. The plant also needed the flexibility in its operations to
decrease the withdrawal of water from wells by using second-stage treatment and also increasing capacity without increasing well withdrawals through increased recovery. As a result, the City’s overall goal was to optimize the existing treatment system for the future as well as get the best performance out of existing membranes by installing new pumps and cartridge filters and upgrading the membrane cleaning system and ultimately providing a new state-of-the-art fully automated SCADA system.

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  • Why the City of Venice chose to use progressive design-build
  • How Haskell helped the City overcome the challenges of the project
  • The goals the City was able to achieve

     

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