Stone Hill Pump Station Design and Construction Services, Upper Trinity Regional Water District, Texas
APAI provided design, construction administration, and resident representation for the Stone Hill Joint Pump Station located on a 10- acre site. In service to the Upper Trinity Regional Water District, APAI also delivered design, construction administration, and resident engineering services for over 40 miles of pipelines, an elevated tank, a ground storage tank, and a booster pump station. The pump station was designed for an ultimate capacity of over 140 mgd with seven 24-mgd horizontal pumps and a total of five pre-stressed concrete ground storage tanks: one 2-MG, one 5-MG, and three 10-MG. Currently, the pump station’s firm capacity is approximately 70 mgd, with three storage tanks. The site was also designed to accommodate an approximate 7-mgd pump station for the Town of Flower Mound. The booster pump facility was master planned for six ground storage tanks including one 2-mg pre-stressed concrete ground storage tank. APAI designed a second tank (a 5-mg pre-stressed storage tank with baffles) as well as an additional booster pump to increase the pump station capacity to 35 mgd.
APAI also designed a pump station on Copper Canyon Road in Copper Canyon, adjacent to the Upper Trinity Regional Water District’s 500,000 gallon elevated water storage tank. The project consisted of design and construction of an approximately 200-sq-ft pump station building with two horizontal centrifugal pumps each capable of delivering 8.7 mgd of water (total over 17 mgd) into the District’s system.