Monument, Colorado, Water Treatment Plant
The Forest Lakes Metropolitan District in Monument, Colorado, is in the process of constructing a new surface water treatment plant to serve new development parcels. The treatment facility will cost between $7 to $8 million.
WWE project manager Wayne Lorenz feels privileged to have had the opportunity to design this new facility, as do engineers David Foss and Hayes Lenhart. They have enjoyed working with District Manager Ann Nichols Duffy.
The water will initially serve a new development being built by Classic Homes. WWE worked with the operations staff to develop the selected adsorption clarifier/multi-media filter process approach. A major component of the water treatment plant project is a pipeline and raw water intake to be placed in the interior of Bristlecone Lake. WWE will provide services during construction of the facility.