Wastewater Treatment Plant Construction
Layne is among the largest providers of heavy civil construction services for the wastewater treatment plant construction industry with over 75 years experience.
Layne is one of the nation’s largest wastewater treatment plant contractors with municipal and industrial wastewater treatment contracts totaling more than $600 million over the past 10 years involving new facility construction, expansions and modifications. Layne can self-perform up to approximately 85% of the work in a typical treatment plant if required to meet schedule or cost constraints.
Our staff is experienced at finding unique solutions to deep excavations beside existing structures, dewatering,
and temporary chemical feed systems. We understand how to expand an existing plant while keeping the existing process running in permit compliance. Our experience includes installation of the latest process technologies including MBR’s.
In any delivery mode, DBB, DB, CMAR, our staff partner with your operations personnel to understand the constraints and evolve a cost-effective work plan. Layne treatment equipment groups can design and furnish complete systems like package treatment plants and Membrane Bioreactor systems as desired.
Our Wastewater Treatment Plant Areas of Specialty:
- Sewer Treatment
- Industrial Wastewater Treatment
- Water Reuse
HEAVY CIVIL - Sycamore Creek Wastewater Treatment Facility
Growth in the Eastern Cincinnati area, stringent tertiary treatment standards, high BOD loading and wide ranging... More »
WATER RESOURCES - LayneRT Arsenic Removal
SWC's two existing wells had arsenic levels above the MCL of 10 μg/L; one slightly above the limit, the other with... More »
HEAVY CIVIL - Intake and Pump Station
Traditional intake structures would create a hazard to barge traffic on the river. An additional high capacity,... More »
HEAVY CIVIL - Walnut Creek Water Reclamation Facility
Population growth, prevailing regional drought conditions and a high ratio of peak flow to average daily flow were... More »
WATER RESOURCES - Membrane Aeration Removes Entrained Air
Many public water supplies have entrained air that causes the water to appear “milky” or “cloudy”. Conventional... More »