Water Treatment Systems

Our water treatment system projects have included small water treatment systems and large community water treatment plants, often solving serious problems associated with groundwater under the direct influence of surface water (GWUDISW).

Town of Hector Water Treatment Plant

Chatfield Engineers, P.C. is providing the Design and Construction Phase Engineering Services for the Town of Hector Water Treatment Plant Upgrade. The project consists of the following:

  • Pall Membrane Filtration Unit (300 gpm)
  • Construction of new 34’ x 40’ Filtration Building
  • Two (2) new Backup Generators
  • Construction of new Infiltration Gallery
  • Filter Backwash Settling & Recirculation System
  • 12,000 gallon Clear Well

Town of Scio Water System Improvements

Chatfield Engineers, P.C. provided the Design and Construction Phase Engineering Services for the Town of Scio Water System Improvements. The project consisted of the following:

  • Installation of a bag and cartridge filtration unit (100 gpm)
  • Construction of a 17’ x 19’ building addition
  • Installation of control system & SCADA system
  • Backup generators (20 kw & 75 kw)
  • Re-construction of three (3) spring collectors.
  • Construction of a new Pre-cast wet well & collector building
  • 8,000 linear feet of water main replacement

Village of Albion Water Treatment Plant Upgrade

Chatfield Engineers, P.C. provided the Design and Construction Phase Engineering Services for the Village of Albion Water Treatment Plant Upgrade. The project consisted of several contracts as follows:

  • Filter Upgrade for 2.4-MGD Rapid Sand Filter Plant
  • Replacement of Electrical Control System and SCADA System
  • Window and Door Replacement at WTP and Booster Pump Station
  • Three (3) new Emergency Power Generators (100 kW to 300 kW).
  • Heating and Ventilation Improvements at WTP and BPS #1.
  • Precipitator Painting (including removal of lead based paint).

Village of Nunda Backup Well

Chatfield Engineers, P.C. is providing the Design and Construction Phase Engineering Services for the Village of Nunda Backup Well.

The back-up water supply was established to address concerns relating to: water quality, susceptibility of the existing system to damage, water quantity, operation improvements, maintenance, system reliability and accommodations for future growth within the Village of Nunda and surrounding areas.

Village of Nunda Water Treatment Plant Upgrade

Chatfield Engineers, P.C. provided the Design and Construction Phase Engineering Services for the Village of Nunda Water Treatment Plant Upgrade. The project consisted of the following:

  • Installed a new Rapid Sand Filter.
  • Replacement of existing manually operated valves with electrically actuated valves.
  • Building addition to accommodate new filter.
  • Electrical Controls and Instrumentation.
  • Valves, piping and other miscellaneous appurtenances.
  • Installation of a backup backwash pump.

Village of Silver Springs Water Treatment Plant

Chatfield Engineers, P.C. provided the Design and Construction Phase Engineering Services for the Village of Silver Springs Water Treatment Plant consisting of the following:

  • Air Stripper for removal of Hydrogen Sulfide.
  • Booster pumps.
  • Pre-engineered Steel Building.
  • Electrical Controls and Instrumentation.
  • Valves, piping and other miscellaneous appurtenances.
  • Emergency Power Generator.

Village of Angelica Water Treatment Plant

Chatfield Engineers, P.C. provided the Design and Construction Phase Services associated with the Village of Angelica Water Treatment Plant project.

The village’s spring supply was determined by the NYS Department of Health to be “groundwater under the direct influence of surface water” (GWUDI).

The completed project achieved the following goals:

  • Water Quality was significantly improved by the installation of the bag filtration system and ultra violet disinfection.
  • Source Capacity was accomplished by completing spring supply improvements and a new well was drilled.
  • Safety and Security Improvements were made including: lighting, gates, fences and alarms.

The project was completed with financing obtained from USDA Rural Development and within the $525,000 budget.