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Johnson County Wastewater (Kansas) (JCW) is upgrading their Tomahawk Creek Wastewater Treatment Facility (WWTF) from a 7 mgd trickling filter plant to 19 mgd with biological nutrient reduction and projected peak wet weather flows of up to 172 mgd. At a cost of $267M, this represents the largest project in JCW’s history. The updated WWTF utilizes several leading edge technologies for wastewater treatment including 5 stage biological nutrient reduction with sidestream RAS fermentation, sidestream deammonification using the AnitaMoxTM process, and dual purpose filtration providing dry weather tertiary treatment and wet weather raw water primary treatment during storm events. The project is utilizing a Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) process for project delivery.
Mark Bushouse is a Senior Engineering Manager with Black & Veatch. He received a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering and Master of Civil Engineering Degree from the University of Kansas. Mark has supervised the design of numerous water and wastewater treatment plants, pump stations, and conveyance systems for over 29 years and has extensive experience in solids processing, dewatering, and disposal of wastewater and water treatment plant solids, as well as being a specialist in horizontal collector well design.
Event Date & Time:4/1/2020 12:00 PM - 4/1/2020 1:00 PM
Venue :Microsoft Teams
Contact Person :Thomas Renfro
Email : email@example.com
Phone : (816) 799-4812
Company : GBA