Crow Creek Water Reclamation Facility
Cheyenne Board of Public Utilities (BOPU),Cheyenne, WY
A lot of progress has been made as of August 22, 2014. All structural concrete work has been completed, most of the structural steel is in place, all structural masonry is complete and most of the masonry veneer is finished. Electricians, plumbers, and HVAC installers have been working on their respective rough-ins for a few weeks now.
AVI is a partner with HDR on the Cheyenne Board of Public Utilities’ new Operations/Headworks Building at the Crow Creek Water Reclamation Facility. The new facility is designed as a concrete block building with metal roof joists to complement the existing plant upgrades in 2007. The operations component is supplemented with a new headworks unit consisting of two new screens and degritting units including a screen washer compactor, and grit dewatering equipment. Cost: $5.0 M Completion Date: December 2014
Pictures show progress on (May 21, 2014) the administrative office area, garage storage area, electrical/mechanical room, and the headworks backfilling to base of influent channel slabs.