Brunswick WWTF Upgrade Phase 1
First treatment plant in Maine to utilize CM at-Risk project delivery.
This $18 million project, the first CM at-Risk treatment plant project in Maine, replaced equipment and systems at the end of their useful lives while improving plant efficiency and reducing long-term operating costs.
Construction included two maintenance facility buildings; a headworks building; replacement of the influent junction structure and sludge dewatering system; upgrades to the existing headworks area and septage receiving, disinfection system, sludge holding tanks, odor control system, plant water system and alkalinity/PH adjustment system; modifications to primary effluent pumping system; and improvements to structural, architectural, mechanical, electrical, SCADA and instrumentation systems.
Project Savings Without Scope Reduction
Contract Value Self-Performed by PC
CM at-Risk Delivery of a Treatment Plant in Maine
We are both pleased and impressed with PC’s preconstruction team’s professionalism, acumen and teamwork. Their team has shown us that they truly understand how to work in the spirit of cooperation and partnership with their client.