Snapfinger Pole Bridge Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion

Owner:
DeKalb County

Reference:
Charles McKinney
Department of Watershed Management
330 West Ponce de Leon Ave.
Fourth Floor
Decatur, Ga. 30030
(404) 371-4778

Years Performed:
October 2008-Present

Major Milestone Dates
Actual (Original):

Design Start: March 2008
Design Completion: December 2009
Const. Start: 2011
Const. Completion: 2015

PM Contract Amount
Actual (Original):

$30 Million

Construction Contract Amount Actual (Original):
$800 Million

DeKalb County Snapfinger and Pole Bridge Wastewater Treatment Plant

Atlanta, Georgia

Description
As one of the fastest-growing counties in the country, DeKalb County’s population of 740,000 is expected to increase to nearly 900,000 by 2025. In an effort to increase wastewater treatment capacity to support population growth, the County is expanding its Snapfinger Wastewater Treatment Plant from 36 million gallons per day (MGD) to 70 MGD, and Pole Bridge Wastewater Treatment Plant from 20 MGD to 40 MGD.

Scope of Services
The Collaborative Firm provides engineering and design calculations, layouts and CADD assistance in the preparation of construction drawings for DeKalb County’s Snapfinger and Pole Bridge Creek Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant expansions. In addition to civil engineering services, our public involvement specialists work closely with other project team members, as well as with the DeKalb County Department of Watershed Management, to ensure that the County’s citizens and other key stakeholders are well-informed of the progress of the project.

Value-Added Accomplishments
The Collaborative Firm provides engineering, design and public involvement support for the engineering and design phase of the wastewater treatment plant expansions.

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