In May 2021 Cattrell Companies Inc. began a major renovation project for the Waste Water Treatment Plant in Steubenville, Ohio that is scheduled to be complete in December 2022.
As the general and plumbing and pipefitting contractors, Cattrell is uniquely qualified to handle an undertaking of this magnitude. Bryan Hyndman and Paul Liggett are the project managers of the renovations and upgrades.
The Waste Water Treatment Plan at 100 North Water Street is responsible for collecting and cleaning the four million gallons per day of wastewater generated by its customers to meet the water quality standards established by the EPA. The important upgrades that are regulated by the EPA include upgrading the SCADA Systems, refurbishing the PAA disinfectant tanks, and replacing the bubble diffusers and pumps.
These upgrades will renovate an aging infrastructure and will ensure that EPA mandates are followed. The SCADA system monitors levels of specific chemicals and toxins and provides for accessible records from any location. Additionally, the Peracetic Acid System will be installed. This is a unique component that treats the water to kill any remaining bacteria before being discharged.
“Cattrell provides extensive experience in every phase of project management as well as a division to handle the stainless steel pipe welding on this project,” said Paul Liggett. “We are excited to be a part of such an important project for the health and well- being of the Steubenville community.”
Cattrell Companies brings more than 80 years of experience in all aspects of construction to a project including general contracting, electrical, plumbing, piping, HVAC along with sheet metal and piping fabrication shops. The experienced team at Cattrell provides efficient planning, integrity, and value to all their projects.