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Water treatment

Skanska constructs water treatment projects throughout the U.S. Based on a long history of successful completion of projects – including water preserves and pump stations – Skanska is respected for our ability to successfully complete projects requiring complex coordination with clients, other contractors and subcontractors.

Skanska's Water Treatment Experience

  • Croton Water Filtration Plant

    It seems fitting that Skanska’s largest project in the U.S. is set to be one of the main facilities to supply 10 percent of New York City with its drinking water. Upon completion, the Croton Water Filtration Plant, will have the capacity to tr...

  • Cumming Advanced Water Reclamation Plant

    The city of Cumming, Ga., selected Skanska to expand and upgrade its Advanced Water Reclamation Facility from a capacity of 3 million gallons per day to 8 million gallons per day. The contract was for $30.1 million. Cumming has one wastewater tr...

  • F. Wayne Hill Water Treatment Plant

    Gwinnett County, Ga., is one of the fastest growing regions in the United States. It saw the need for an expanded wastewater treatment facility even as Phase I of the original plant was being completed. Skanska was hired to manage the construction of...

  • Newtown Creek Water Pollution Control Plant

    Skanska managed New York City’s $493 million upgrade to its largest wastewater treatment plant.The Newtown Creek Water Pollution Control Plant expanded capacity from 1.2 million to 1.8 million cubic meters per day, a 50 percent increase. The q...

  • Pumping Stations G-370 / G-372

    Skanska built two pumping stations in Palm Beach County, Fla. for use by the South Florida Water Management District to improve water quality in the Everglades.The Skanska team built the pumping station substructure and superstructure, installed the ...

  • Rome Water Pollution Control Plant

    The city of Rome, Ga., has more than doubled its capacity to treat water from 23 million gallons per day to a maximum of 54 million gallons per day.Skanska procured, installed and commissioned equipment to renovate Rome’s Water Pollution Contro...

  • Ten Mile Creek Water Preserve

    Skanska completed the first stage of the Everglades Restoration Project with the construction of a $34 million water preserve in Florida’s Ten Mile Creek water basin.The St. Lucie County project was built to ease seasonal storm water flows fro...

  • U.S. Department of Energy Hanford 200 West Pump and Treat Facility

    Construction of a $95 million contaminated groundwater extraction, treatment and re-injection system with a 1,250 gallon-per-minute (GPM) capacity. The project scope included the mechanical and electrical fit-out of four 2,400-SF injection and extrac...

  • West Area Combined Sewer Overflow Facility

    Skanska was awarded a $47 million contract from the city of Atlanta to construct the new West Area Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) Facility. Overflow from combined sewers, which carry wastewater and storm water, is a primary source of water pollution i...