Using Design-Build for Immediate and Long-Term Relief from Ongoing, Chronic Grit Removal

RM Clayton WRC Headworks Improvements – Atlanta, GA


image8.jpgLocated in the city of Atlanta, GA, the RM Clayton Water Reclamation Control (WRC) facility treats an average daily flow of 122 MGD with peak flows exceeding 240 MGD. The headworks facility currently collects and treats flow from an aging, combined sewer system that routinely contains large quantities of grit that are difficult to remove. 

This 2018 DBIA National Excellence Award winner by Western Summit (Kiewit) and Brown and Caldwell provides a clear illustration of the benefits of collaborative delivery.

Download the Water Design-Build Council's project spotlight to learn more about this award-winning design's successes including:

  • How Western Summit (Kiewit)/Brown and Caldwell’s solutions provided both immediate and long-term relief from ongoing, chronic grit-removal challenges
  • The collaborative process that allowed them to provide a better solution for operations staff of the headworks facility
  • How the DB team levered best practices to safely complete a technically complicated facility on schedule, under budget, and to the client’s full performance and quality expectations

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