Municipal - Miami-Dade South District Wastewater Treatment Plant
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Construction Budget: $62,407,344
Original Completion Date: 03/26/2013
Scheduled Completion Date: 12/13/2012 - 104 days ahead of schedule
The project consists of providing electrical service to all the new and upgraded facilities within the SDWWTP that will support the HLD upgrades and capacity rating increase to 285 mgd. The scope of work under this contract includes nearly four miles of Florida Power and Light (FPL) duct banks and switches and associated conduit and cables, construction of the Electrical Distribution Building No.2 and its associated equipment including furnishing and installing 13 kV and 5 kV electrical switchgears, construction of a control room, furnishing and installing seven (7) 2.6 MW (minimum) diesel engine driven 900 rpm generators, construction of a bulk fuel storage facilities with four - 50,000 gallon above ground storage tanks, construction of fuel pumping facilities and fuel truck transfer facilities; furnishing and installing of 13 kV electrical service feed and transformers and related facilities and all other appurtenant items for a complete and functional project. The work is phased to ensure expeditious implementation of services with other HLD construction contracts, including twenty-two 13kV transformers in structures provided under other contracts.
Constructed over 4 miles of concrete encased electrical duct banks and manholes for 15kv electrical feeders and fiber optic communication cables to supply electrical power and control to entire HLD Expansion program Bulk diesel fuel storage facility with four (4) 50,000-gallon above ground storage tanks, (4) 25 gpm and (2) 110 gpm fuel pumps Six story 30,520 sf Electrical Distribution Building with housing a control room and two 15 kV and 5kv switchgear lineups, two 15 ton bridge cranes, (4) HVAC Systems, (15) exhaust fans, (16) 1000 gal air storage tanks, (4) 370 Hp 250 psig air compressors Two 15 MVA and twenty two 3000 kva transformers Seven (7) 2.6 mega-watt, diesel engine driven emergency backup generators Two Electrical Substation Buildings complete with HVAC, Fire Alarm and Lighting.