WATER TREATMENT PLANT (BWD-37)
Beaver Water District, Lowell, Arkansas
In 1991, a 40-MGD expansion project for Beaver Water District, Lowell, Arkansas was completed at a cost of $28 million. The complex of eight new buildings and related process structures expanded the original Joe M. Steele Water Treatment Plant capacity up to 80-MGD.
MWY (in association with Montgomery Watson Engineers) provided design, planning and construction documents for a 10,000 square foot administration and lab building. Also provided were construction coordination of the administration building, maintenance building, and operations building at the new water treatment plant.
In 2002, McGoodwin, Williams and Yates, and MWH designed an expansion project at an estimated cost of $84.2 million, for a 60-MGD expansion to the Croxton Treatment Plant, bringing that plant’s capacity to 100-MGD. This new plant began operation in mid-March 2006.