Concorde Estates Interceptor Sewer and WWTP Closure

Actual Costs – $117,185 ($53,695 paid by ARRA Grant)
Completion Date – August 2010

  • Engineered by Integrity Engineering
  • Constructed by Plan B Development
  • Approximately 3300 LF of 10” interceptor sewer
  • Eliminates the Concorde Estates WWTP by connecting to the City of Columbia's wastewater treatment and collection system
  • Closes a facility required to comply with new water quality regulations by February 11, 2011

 

Manholes for the Concorde Estates WWTP interceptor waiting to be installed.
The contractor creates a path for the sanitary sewer line that will connect to the City of Columbia sanitary sewer system.
Preparing the trench for the interceptor.
Preparing to set the manhole  that will intercept the flows from the Concord Estates Wastewater  Treatment Plant pictured in the background behind the equipment.
Setting a manhole.
Scrap metal is all that is left of the wastewater treatment plant.
Manholes for the Concorde Estates WWTP interceptor waiting to be installed.

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