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OPERATIONS BUILDING WESTSIDE WWTP PLANT (FY-317)

WESTSIDE WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT OPERATIONS BUILDING
Client City of Fayetteville
Location Fayetteveille, Arkansas
Schedule Completed 2008
Architect David Powers, AIA

Project Detail

OPERATIONS BUILDING
WESTSIDE WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT (FY-317)
Completed 2008
Fayetteville, Arkansas

The Operation’s Building, as part of the design of Fayetteville’s new Westside Wastewater Treatment Plant, was designed by MWY architects with features to blend in with the adjacent future residential areas.  To facilitate this theme, the exterior of the buildings are masonry and horizontal metal panels and low profile hipped roofs all of earthy neutral colors.
The Operations Building of 5250 square feet, houses Staff office space, the DCS plant Control center, Process Laboratory, Staff Locker Rooms, Restrooms and Showers, and Break Room.  Also included in the Operations Building is a multi-purpose room that is a part of, but can be isolated from, the Break Room. This room can be configured for media presentations, public meetings and events, and staff meetings.
The entire wastewater treatment plant project is among the largest municipal projects ever undertaken in the city and was completed ahead of schedule and under budget at $61 million. (The Operations Building Control Room houses the computer equipment and monitors for the DCS of the plant. All PLC signals can be monitored and controlled from the Control Room.  Refer to Section 7 of this manual for detailed descriptions of the Instrumentation and Control systems.)