Sterling Ranch Lift Station and Force Main
Lamp Rynearson is currently providing design engineering services to build a lift station and force main that will service the future development of 5,000 residential units and commercial units in the Sterling Ranch Metropolitan District. All four Lamp Rynearson offices are coordinating efforts for this project.
This project was acquired from another firm. Lamp Rynearson revaluated the initial preferred alignment and proposed an alternative alignment that resulted in a shorter length of pipeline, lower construction costs, minimized boring distances, and eliminated environmental impact crossings.
The force main will tie into existing facilities and be built with 8-inch and 10-inch HDPE lines. The scope of services includes preliminary design, final design, survey, construction staking, construction administration, and regulatory compliance. In addition, the project will be submitted through the one-step process for wastewater treatment facilities for approval from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Water Quality Control Division. Permitting requirements for the project will include wetlands disturbance, force main construction crossing existing county roads and open land drainage ways, and force main construction crossing existing power and gas utilities. Technical components of this project include structural design, directional drilling, and gravity sewer boring.