Opequon Water Reclamation Facility (VA)

Frederick-Winchester Service Authority (FWSA) 
Haskell and Black & Veatch - Construction Management at-Risk (CMAR)


Opequon-146Providing an average of 8.4 million gallons per day (8.4 mgd) of wastewater treatment to the more than 27,000 customers in the Winchester, VA, area, the FWSA needed to improve its operational cost-efficiency at its Opequon Water Reclamation Facility. The overall goal of a cost-efficient facility is to provide greater benefits to taxpayers and its customers, and increase the plant’s capacity to support private industry growth.


Download the Water Design-Build Council's project spotlight to learn more about Haskell and Black & Veatch's successes, including:

  • Energy-efficient solutions that helped save taxpayers and customers money
  • Increasing the reclamation facility’s processing capacity from 8.4 mgd to 12 mgd (or 30 dg hydraulic capacity)
  • Utilizing sustainable infrastructure solutions to improve operational efficiency 

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