Bayshore Regional Sewerage Authority, Combined Blower Building Project

Bayshore Regional Sewerage Authority, Combined Blower Building Project

Project Overview

The Bayshore Regional Sewerage Authority (BRSA) was constructed in 1972 as a 6 mgd. activated sludge plant and expanded shortly thereafter to 8 mgd. In 1996 the Authority doubled the capacity of the treatment plant by installing a second treatment train. To keep up production more than 20 years later, the restoration, mitigation, and improvements to the combined Blower Building No. 2 are necessary.

To conclude the final design of the system, damage restoration was completed along with mitigation to protect against future flooding. Further future improvements will enable Blower Building No. 2 to serve two treatment trains and eventually eliminate the need for the first Blower Building. BRSA intends to convert it to a storage facility.

The Combined Blower Building project included the following: selective demolition of structural, electrical, and mechanical components; brick removal and replacement; structural reinforced concrete placement; electrical work; piping; and pump repairs as shown on the Plans and described in the Specifications. The work includes the furnishing of all labor, materials, equipment, transportation, supervision, incidentals and services necessary to complete the project.

Envision developed the Master Baseline CPM Schedule and provided monthly updates throughout the duration of the project, evaluating time impact analysis for potential delays.

Project Information

Owner Bayshore Regional Sewerage Authority (BRSA)
Project Start July 2016
Project End August 2017
Project Cost $5M
Envision’s Role
  • CPM Scheduling Services
  • Baseline Schedule Development
  • Perform Monthly Progress Updates
  • Evaluate Time Impact Analysis for potential delays