Robert A. Skinner Water Treatment Plant Oxidation Retrofit Program & Washwater Reclamation Plant #3
Providing Safe and Reliable Drinking Water to Nearly 18 Million People
The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD), which provides safe and reliable drinking water to nearly 18 million people. The Robert A. Skinner Water Treatment Plant Oxidation Retrofit Program & Washwater Reclamation Plant No. 3 project consisted of performing all work necessary to retrofit the plant. The retrofit enables the Water Treatment Plant to treat water with an oxygen/ozone system. This project also entailed the construction of a new washwater reclamation plant, along with construction improvements to Washwater Reclamation Plant No. 2.
The work performed included the construction of buildings, water treatment structures, the washwater reclamation plant, chemical/liquid oxygen facilities, a cooling water pump station, a power substation and a switch gear building. Additionally, the installation of yard conduits and piping along with the modifying of plant utilities was also addressed.
Rounding out the scope of the project was the installation of MWD-furnished equipment such as fabricated steel pipe and fittings, liquid oxygen tanks and vaporizers, ozone generators and related systems, gates and valves, and all other accessories, appurtenances and work.