SUA Project No. 16WG08
The City of Stillwater and the Stillwater Utilities Authority will be upgrading and improving the lime softening system at the Water Treatment Plant.
The Kaw Lake water flowing into the WTP has an average hardness that classifies it as moderate to hard water. A lime softening process is used to remove this hardness and reduce the potential for scaling inside the City's water lines and also inside our customer's plumbing. Customers may notice the benefits of a softer water because it reduces the amount of soap needed for washing laundry and bathing, leaves dishes shinier and cleaner and preserves the life of coffee makers, water heaters and other appliances that use water.
February 7, 2017: Black and Veatch has been hired to provide conceptual design services.
September 6, 2017: Evaluation of the filters added to Black and Veatch's scope in order to optimize filtration and improve overall functionality.
March 12, 2018: After evaluation most of the process and chemical feed systems at the WTP, a priority has been assigned to each individual component. The Project Team will prepare a Facilities Plan to develop a conceptual and phasing plan for the work to include lime softening.
1.9.17 I SUA-17-01 I Professional Services Agreement
7.17.17 I SUA-17-22 I Amendment to Professional Services Agreement
9.10.18 I SUA-18-34 I Request for Additional Expenditures and to Execute Contract Amendments to the Professional Services Agreement
Site plan of the WTP and location of where work will take place.
Existing Lime Feed System