Hall of Fame

When you do good work, you’re going to turn some heads. APAI has been in the business of designing high-quality water-related solutions for nearly 40 years. In that time, both our projects and employees have been recognized for jobs well done. Whether we are designing a first-in-the-nation system or raising the bar on an industry standard, we have a lot to be proud of.

Here are just a handful of the projects that you’ll find in APAI’s Hall of Fame:

First in the Nation  

  • High Purity Oxygen Injection System within a Wastewater Treatment Plant for Odor Control – Central Regional Wastewater System – Trinity River Authority

Largest in Nation 

  • Raw Water Augmentation – Richland Chambers
  • Richland Chambers George W. Shannon Wetland, Tarrant Regional Water District, 2,022 Acres for Indirect Potable Reuse (raw water augmentation)
  • East Fork Raw Water Supply Project, North Texas Municipal Water District, 2,000 Acres for Indirect Potable Reuse (raw water augmentation)

First in Texas 

  • Membrane Bioreactor – McKinney Roughs Wastewater Treatment Plant – Lower Colorado River Authority
  • Diamond Cloth Media Filters – Central Regional Wastewater System – Trinity River Authority
  • Augmentation of Water Supply with Constructed Wetlands – George W. Shannon Wetland Water Reuse Project – Tarrant Regional Water District
  • Municipal Cloth Media Filters Texas – Town of Flower Mound Wastewater Treatment Plant

Two of the Largest in Texas 

  • On-Site Hypochlorite Generation Systems – City of Mansfield, Texas Bud Ervin Water Treatment Plant and City of Waxahachie, Texas / Rocket Special Utility District Robert W. Sokoll Water Treatment Plant
  • Advanced Treatment for Indirect Potable Reuse Using Membrane Bioreactors Followed by Parallel Trains of Reverse Osmosis and Ozone/Biologically Activated Filters – City of Abilene Hamby WWTP Water Reuse Project
  • UV Advanced Oxidation with Peroxide for Taste and Odor – City of Mansfield, Texas Bud Ervin Water Treatment Plant and City of Waxahachie, Texas / Rocket Special Utility District Robert W. Sokoll Water Treatment Plant

One of First in Texas 

  • Wastewater Ultraviolet Light Disinfection Installation – Denton Creek Regional Wastewater System – Trinity River Authority

Largest in Texas (at Time of Inception) and Longest Time in Operation in Texas 

  • Reclaimed Water System – Trinity River Authority/Dallas County Utility Reclamation District Las Colinas Reclaimed Water Project

Largest Regional Non-Potable Reclaimed Water System 

  • City of Fort Worth

Two of the First Low-Pressure Membrane Systems in Texas 

  • Waxahachie (20 mgd)
  • Mansfield (15 mgd)