HLA Engineering and Land Surveying, Inc. - Selah Palm Park Booster Station and Well No. 7 Improvements

Selah Palm Park Booster Station and Well No. 7 Improvements

The original below ground Palm Park Booster Pump Station was demolished and reconstructed with a new above-ground pumping facility to improve maintenance access, reduce potential failure and contamination risks, efficiency, and reliability.  The project also included Well No. 7 upgrades, including a variable frequency drive to improve control of water flow rates to the system to better match varying system demands.  The variable flow rates help properly balance the use of the City’s water rights.  The electrical and control system engineering design was completed by HLA’s electrical subconsultant, Conley Engineering, Inc.

HLA provided design engineering, plans, specifications, cost estimates, topographic survey, construction services, funding administration, and project closeout. 

Sources of Project Funding:

  • Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (Loan)

Total Project Cost: $1,225,000

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