For this project we used conventional sheet-piling in order to shore up a 30’x46’x27′ deep open cut hole so that our crew could form and pour a 22’x36’x25′ deep concrete wet well structure which housed 6 submersible pumps used to pump raw sewage to Orange County’s wastewater treatment plant.
The City of Daytona Beach contracted with TLC Diversified for the installation of a new 2,500kW Emergency Back-up Generator at their Westside Regional WWTP
TLC installed close to 4,000 feet of 24″ ductile iron restrained joint pipe and five 124 horsepower vertical turbine pumps for the distribution of effluent reuse coming from the Northwest treatment facility in Orange County.
Upgrades and expansion to Hillsborough County’s Advanced Wastewater Treatment Facility in Valrico, Florida. This project involved the construction of a new state-of-the-art headworks structure that TLC poured in place with our own in-house concrete crew. Incredibly challenging concrete project but we got it done and the owner was beyond happy with the outcome.
This project was challenging which is what TLC thrives on! The more risky and challenging, the better. We had to bypass the entire master pump station while also excavating down 26 feet in between the two existing twelve foot dia. wet wells in order to install a 20″ crossover pipe. The crew got it done and did it exceptionally well with safety at the top of the priority order!
We are proud to have partnered with Phillips & Jordan on this project for Pasco County. TLC worked as a sub-contractor alongside P&J. We don’t work often a sub-contractor but when we do we work with only the best.
Project involved the replacement of the sodium aluminate chemical metering system and the sodium bisulfite chemical metering and storage system.
This was a design-build project that TLC partnered on with AECOM. Our scope of work involved the electrical portion of the contract, installation of all the equipment, all miscellaneous metals (stairs, handrails, supports, platforms) as well as all stainless steel piping throughout the new treatment facility.
Project involved the construction of two new reclaim water booster pump stations. Both pump stations were brick & mortar buildings with asphalt shingled roofs; furnish and installation of sodium hypochlorite feed systems; furnish and install VFD driven 100
Master Sewage Pump Station installed via the caisson/tremie method. The structure was 25′ x 20′ and over 30′ to the bottom of the structure. After commissioning of the new pump station we demolished the old.