Pape-Dawson served as the civil engineer for this lift station project in Joshua, successfully removing two existing lift stations from the collection system, reducing overall maintenance and electrical costs, and increasing the pumping capacity to accommodate future development in the area. The new Mariposa lift station was completed, and a force main now connects to one of the decommissioned lift station’s force main for final conveyance and discharge.
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.
Kasper Regional Lift Station
Pape-Dawson designed this Georgetown-area lift station to serve as a regional lift station for communities undergoing exponential growth.
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.