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EWRI: Overview of the Northeast Water Purification Plant Expansion

March 28, 2018
11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
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Jacobs Engineering
5995 Rogerdale Rd
Houston, TX 77072
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PRESENTATION ABSTRACT:

The $1.4 billion Northeast Water Purification Plant (NEWPP) expansion project is a progressive design-build delivery project to expand the existing plant’s capacity from 80 million gallons per day (MGD) to 400 MGD by 2024. The expansion project will help the City of Houston, the North Harris County Regional Water Authority, the Central Harris County Regional Water Authority,  the West Harris County Regional Water Authority, and the North Fort Bend Water Authority meet water supply needs of the region's growing population.

The design-builder on the project is the Houston Waterworks Team, which is a joint venture between CH2M and CDMSmith.

This presentation will provide an update on the expansion project and will provide information on the water treatment technologies implemented to treat Lake Houston surface water to achieve Safe Drinking Water Act requirements.

The water treatment process will include: chlorine dioxide for mussel and manganese control; alum or polymer coagulation / flocculation / sedimentation using inclined plate settling tanks for turbidity and total organic carbon removal; settled water ozonation for primary disinfection, taste & odor control, and filtration optimization; biologically active filtration for further turbidity and total organic carbon removal; free-chlorine / chloramines for back-up primary disinfection and distribution system residual maintenance; gravity thickeners for sludge thickening; centrifuges for recuperative thickening and sludge dewatering; liquid residuals equalization; and a high rate liquid residuals flocculation / clarification process to treat the liquid residuals prior to recycle to the head of the Plant.

 


PRESENTER:

Randy Rogers, P.E., BCEE, Senior Vice President, CDM SMITH

Mr. Rogers has over 37 years of environmental planning, design, and construction related experience. He holds Bachelor and Master of Science Degrees in Civil/Environmental Engineering from Wayne State University, is a Board Certified Environmental Engineer by the American Academy of Environmental Engineers and a licensed Professional Engineer in six states. He is currently serves as the Engineering Manager for Northeast Water Purification Plant Expansion Project. He has served as the project engineer, manager, or technical advisor on over 50 water treatment plant expansion/rehabilitation projects across the United States; including projects in Columbus, Denver, Pittsburgh, Detroit, Bay City, Dallas, Houston, Odessa, Austin, San Francisco, Oklahoma City, Little Rock, Minneapolis, St. Paul, and Chicago, Quincy, Waukegan, and Evanston, IL.  

 


AGENDA:

  • 11:00 a.m.      Check-in, Security Badging, Boxed Lunch, and Networking
  • 11:45 a.m.      Short Safety Briefing
  • 11:50 a.m.      Presentation
  • 12:35 p.m.      Q&A Session
  • 12:55 p.m.      EWRI Announcements
  • 1:00 p.m.        Adjourn

 


WHO SHOULD ATTEND:  Anyone interested in rainfall intensity, duration, and frequency estimates; drainage design; land development; flood damage reduction efforts; floodplain management; and risk management.

 


COST:

  • ASCE Members:         $30 
  • Non-Members:           $50
  • Registration includes a boxed lunch.

 


PAYMENT:

Please pay by credit card online after clicking the "Register Now" button.

If you must pay be check, make it payable to "ASCE Houston Branch" and mail it to:
Michael Bloom; R. G. Miller Engineers, Inc.; 16340 Park Ten Place, Suite 350, Houston, TX 77084, or bring check to the event.

 


SPONSORSHIPS AVAILABLE:  

Sponsorships (available for purchase by credit card by clicking on "Register Now") are available for $250 each. Sponsors will receive:

  • One complementary lunch; and,
  • Recognition on the event presentation screens and verbally during the event. (Please email your high resolution logo to mbloom at rgmiller dot com after you purchase your sponsorship).

Please note that attendees affiliated with the sponsoring organization will still need to separately register and pay the member or non-member cost.

Proceeds will cover the event cost and benefit EWRI-Houston activities.

Please purchase your sponsorship online by clicking on the "Register Now" button, or click here to complete a paper form and mail a check.

 

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$50.00 Guest

$250.00 Sponsor

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