The Water Resource Recovery Facility (WRRF) has reached a major milestone in the planning process: 60% design. This means decisions on some of the newest, most sustainable technologies in wastewater treatment have been finalized; sites for buildings and process equipment have been found; and visionary landscaping that showcases coastal agrarian vernacular and demonstration wetlands have been conceptualized. The beginning of November marked a fast-paced, total immersion in 60% design documents with over 8,000 pages of text and schematics to review, eliciting more than 900 comments for the design engineers to incorporate.
Engineering the Future
Staff at the Water Resource Recovery Facility immersed themselves in reviewing over 8,000 pages of design documents.