Betasso Water Treatment Facility Upgrade
The Betasso Water Treatment Facility is one of two drinking water treatment facilities that provide potable water for the City of Boulder. Betasso was originally constructed in 1964 as the city's primary potable water source. It currently supplies approximately 2/3 of the city's annual water use demand. The Betasso Water Treatment Facility Upgrade capital improvement project is a complex project that focuses on seven major process improvements. These improvements represent a combination of aging component replacement, and new and existing process improvements.
These improvements include:
Pretreatment process upgrades;
Pretreatment process building addition;
Replacement of 20 large diameter filter control valves;
Installation of a sludge dewatering system;
Electrical system upgrades; and
Various on-site water tank repairs and recoating
Status and Next Steps
Moltz Construction was awarded the $27,269,000 construction contract in August 2016. Construction began in September 2016. The construction duration is 27 months with anticipated completion in December 2018.
Steve Buckbee, Engineering Project Manager, 303-441-3279 or [email protected].