800,000 gallon per day
City of Leesburg
Halff completed a basis of design study to determine plant expansion needs for the City of Leesburg. Halff also provided preliminary and final engineering design and permitting for this plant expansion.
Three existing potable wells were utilized, but the remainder of the former facility was demolished. A new facility was constructed approximately 0.25 miles from the original site. Raw water conveyed to the new site through a new water main where it is treated, stored and pumped into the distribution system.
The new plant consists of an 800,000-gallon ground storage tank that contains:
- Two vertical turbine VFD-controlled high service pumps
- Two VFD-controlled vertical turbine jockey pumps
- Liquid chlorination facilities
- Standby power facilities
- Related electrical, controls and SCADA upgrades
- A new high-service pumping station building housing all facilities
- Land Development
- Water/Wastewater Treatment
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