infrastructure

Bay County Subaqueous Potable Water Main at Dupont Bridge

Design and construct a new subaqueous potable water main underneath East Bay at Dupont Bridge. The existing water main was installed on the bridge structure in 1966 and supplies all potable water to Tyndall Air Force Base and Mexico Beach. The proposed subaqueous water main will ensure the delivery of potable water and the viability …

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Bay County North Bay Water Treatment Plant

Design and construct a new 30 MGD water treatment plant in the northwestern area of the county. The current Water Treatment Plant is a 60 MGD treatment facility located on Transmitter Road. Bay County’s Water Treatment Plant is the sole producer of all treated drinking water for Panama City Beach, Panama City, Springfield, Callaway, Parker, …

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Bay County North Bay Wastewater Treatment Plant Critical Structures Hardening

Harden critical structures at the North Bay Wastewater Treatment Plant to withstand wind loads of up to 184 mph (Miami-Dade code). As a result of Hurricane Michael many critical structures at the North Bay Wastewater Treatment Plant were severely damaged or destroyed, compromising human safety and the highly sensitive and expensive equipment contained within. Hardening …

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Bay County North Bay Additional Water Storage

Design and construct additional treated water ground storage tanks in the north and western areas of the county. Additional ground storage tanks will provide additional capacity in the wholesale water distribution system and significantly decrease the possibility of service interruptions should the water treatment plant be compromised or when water line service repairs are needed.  …

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Bay County Military Point Wastewater Treatment Plant Critical Structures Hardening

Harden critical structures at the Military Point Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant to withstand wind loads of up to 184 mph (Miami-Dade code). As a result of Hurricane Michael, many critical structures at the Military Point Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant were severely damaged or destroyed, compromising human safety and the highly sensitive and expensive equipment contained …

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