Since 2011, Klingner & Associates has been providing pump station design services to District 8 under a various / various work order contract. Klingner has provided a large variety of services including:
Missouri Avenue Deep Well Facility – Phase I: Klingner Engineers prepared a design report to evaluate the existing groundwater and storm water management capabilities of the Missouri Avenue Deep Well facility located north of Interstate 55 & 64 at Missouri Avenue in East St. Louis, Illinois. The facility removes groundwater and storm water from a depressed section of the west bound interstate.
Highlights of the report included:
- An investigation of the existing multi-well system to remove groundwater from the project site and how it was pumped to the Department’s Bowman Avenue pump Station facility.
- Various options to improve the removal of the surface water from the westbound lanes from adding additional inlets up to raising the profile grade of the roadway.
- Identification of the current systems deficiencies including site security, well and pipeline clogging, water quality, and discharge requirements.
- List and evaluation of possible improvements that looked at feasibility and economic costs.
Missouri Avenue Deep Well Facility – Phase II: Klingner professionals prepared plans, specifications, and estimates for the Phase II improvements to the Missouri Avenue Deep Well Facility.
This work included:
- Constructing a new horizontal collector well (i.e. Ranney Well) to take the place of the multiple vertical collector wells in place.
- A new 40’ by 87’ well house building containing the 4 vertical turbine enclosed line shaft pumps, control system, generator and restroom. The building is set on a grade beam foundation and piling to bedrock.
- Rehabilitation of the existing pump station building and installation of 3 new vertical turbine solid handling pumps for the storm water.
- Adding additional inlets to the westbound lanes of I-55/64.
- Constructing nearly 5000’ of new 24” forcemain from the site to the Bowman Ave. pump station with concrete cleanout vaults every 400’.
- Site improvements of a new concrete detention basin for storm water, concrete parking lot, concrete sidewalks, security fencing and other related items.
- New supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system.
FAP 788 (IL 3) at Venice, IL – Pump Station Improvements – Phase II: Klingner and Associates prepared plans, specifications, and estimates for the Phase II documents for the rehabilitation of the existing pump house at the IL Route 3 and Cedar Street intersection. Work is to include:
- Furnishing and installation of a new 600 KW generator.
- New motor control center and control panels.
- New building exhaust system.
- Lighting and outlet upgrades.
- Exterior fencing and lighting upgrades.