Water Treatment Plant, Marshall Municipal Utilities – Marshall, Missouri
In 2013 McClure provided plans and specifications for the replacement of coatings throughout the water plant. Testing was completed on all coatings prior to bidding the project to determine potential hazardous materials the painting contractor would be handling. The project was completed in 2014. Coatings were replaced on steel plant components including treatment basins, chemical storage towers, stairs, pumps and piping. Interior and some exterior building coatings were replaced.
Construction was completed in 2018 on an expansion to the water plant. The project included a new 500,000-gallon concrete clearwell, three new 2800 gpm vertical turbine high service pumps, one new 5,350 gpm vertical turbine backwash pump, a new laboratory and administration building, the addition of ammonia feed equipment, and interface with the utilities’ SCADA system. Baffles were added to the city’s large in-ground storage tanks and a mixing system added to the 500,000-gallon elevated storage tower.
• Added in-ground 500,000 finished water storage
• New vertical turbine high service and backwash pumps
• New laboratory and administration building