Odor complaints from homeowners living adjacent to its PGA wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) prompted Seacoast Utility Authority (SUA) to take action.Through a continuing design-build services contract, SUA hired Globaltech to work with a selected vendor to design, permit and construct upgrades to t
Three days before Thanksgiving, the Coral Springs Improvement District (CSID, with whom we have a continuing design-build services contract) informed us they had experienced a structural problem with their Plant D Package Plant. Within a hour, Globaltech had an investigative team at the plant site.
The carbon steel trough in Aeration Basin No. 2 at Fort Pierce Utilities Authority’s (FPUA) Island Water Reclamation Facility (IWRF) had deteriorated over the years and needed to be replaced. FPUA hired Globaltech, under our continuing design-build services contract, to provide engineering design
Seacoast Utility Authority (SUA) was seeking a less labor-intensive, safer way for its maintenance personnel to access the underwater intake screens for periodic screening. The filter feed pump station supplies treated wastewater to six Aquadisc filters for further processing of the reclaimed water.