The City of Cleburne will begin its Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion in fall 2021. This major project will provide better treatment capabilities for the sanitary sewer produced by the community.
The $33-million project has been in the plans for years and will finally break ground in fall 2021. The expansion will increase the plant’s capacity levels by 40%.
The work includes new disk filters, new UV system, new IPR pump, new final clarifiers, new aeration basins and blowers, new headworks, new sludge pump station, sludge dewatering improvements, chlorine contact rehab, and influent pump station improvements.
The City of Cleburne is working with Freese & Nichols for the design of this project and the construction will be led by Archer Western Construction.
James Randell, City of Cleburne Utility Superintendent, will be on site throughout the project.
The Wastewater Treatment Plant Expansion has a timeline of 910 construction days.
October 2021 – Construction begins
Spring 2024 – Anticipated project completion
James Randell, City of Cleburne Utility Superintendent, will be the city’s primary point of contact for this project. He is available at email@example.com.