Morrisville Water Booster Station

Morrisville Water Booster Station

Pennoni prepared plans and specifications for Morrisville's South End Water Booster Station, designed to provide up to 2.5 million gallons of emergency water storage in its precast steel-wrapped storage tank. The station was constructed on the site of the former automobile salvage yard, where extensive environmental sampling and a Soil and Ground Water management plan was prepared to deal with contaminated soil. Some of the features of the station include:

  • An instantaneous flow of 4,200 GPM at a discharge pressure of 100 psig (230 feet) via high and low service distribution pumps
  • Use of sodium hypochlorite chemical feed and main free chlorine residuals in both the storage tank and station discharge
  • Discharge flow and pressure modulated via VFD motor controls
  • Storage tank contains a submerged mixer and TMHH removal system
  • Monitored and controlled remotely by an operator at the main system
  • Will be connected to the main treatment plant with a SCADA system