Pape-Dawson designed this Georgetown-area lift station to serve as a regional lift station for communities undergoing exponential growth. We conducted a sewershed analysis of worst-case scenarios and coordinated these scenarios with Georgetown city staff to determine optimal manhole and wet well depths so all future developments would flow to the lift station. Additional services included engineering reports, calculations, full PS&E, and permitting with the TCEQ.
Highlighted Wastewater Infrastructure Design Projects
Beaver Creek Lift Station
To provide wastewater service to the proposed 337-lot Beaver Creek development and an adjacent 60-acre sewer shed, Pape-Dawson designed a 0.76 MGD lift station and a 4,000 LF 8” force main.
Mariposa Lift Station
Pape-Dawson designed this new lift station to accommodate flows from a variety of land uses, including a school site and commercial, residential, and multi-family developments.
Saddlecreek Sewer Main and Dove Springs Lift Station
Pape-Dawson provided necessary sewer improvements for the Saddlecreek community, including a gravity sewer main, lift station, and force main connecting to the existing wastewater treatment plant.