As the largest lift station within the City of Maitland, Florida’s wastewater collection system, Lift Station No. 1 transfers the majority of wastewater flows east of Interstate 4 to the City of Orlando for treatment. While the lift station is owned by the South Seminole and North Orange County Wastewater Transportation Authority (SSNOCWTA), the City of Maitland operates and maintains the facility.
The existing lift station was reaching the end of its useful life and the City had previously purchased land for a new lift station located approximately one-half mile from the existing lift station site. B&N designed the proposed lift station as well as gravity sewers to the new lift station and an extension of the proposed force main. Final plans included a new submersible triplex sanitary lift station with new control panel; 4,700 linear feet (LF) of gravity sewer; and 3,300 LF of force main.
B&N’s scope of services included:
- Pump selection
- Lift station and piping design
- Electrical design
- Utility coordination
- Topographic survey
- Subsurface investigations
- Landscaping plans
- Homeowner and resident coordination