Mar 13th 2020 | Posted in Water by Texas Government Insider

The city of Pflugerville hired an owner’s representative on March 10 to oversee the design and construction of the project to expand its water treatment plant from 17.3 million gallons per day (MGD) to 30 MGD by 2022.
Pflugerville’s master plan estimates the expansion cost at $39 million.

Pflugerville Wastewater Treatment Plant

The project includes the expansion of the city’s Lake Pump Station and the High Service Pump Station to reach the 30 MGD target. The city also plans to develop an 800-feet pressure plane by constructing an 800-foot pressure zone pump station at the plant by 2024.

Consultants will develop a site master plan, conduct a conceptual process feasibility study, and work with city staff on a water supply alternatives assessment. The city anticipates signing a supplemental agreement with the firm to provide additional services for consultant procurement, design, and construction phase services before it issues a request for qualifications (RFQ) or selects a design consultant.