CCC/HDSP Arsenic Groundwater Treatment Facility

Syblon Reid was contracted by the California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation to install an arsenic removal system for the existing water supply to the California Correctional Center (CCC)/High Desert State Prison (HDSP) facilities.

The components of this project included installing approximately 15,000 feet of collection and distribution pipeline, connecting 7 existing wells to the collection system, and providing a state of the art arsenic filter system. The arsenic filter system included carbon dioxide, sodium hydroxide, and sodium hypochlorite chemical feed systems, incorporation of the five existing storage tanks and a booster pump station, as well as major electrical upgrades and integration with the existing SCADA system.

The work was performed within the security constraints of the California Department of Corrections. There were many unique challenges of this project. Night work consisted of coordinating the minimum and maximum security protocols and overall communications with a large contingency of stakeholders including the design team, owners, suppliers, and other government agencies. Due to the project being performed on prison grounds and the need to take the existing wells off line, night work was performed to minimize day use impacts to the water system. Special measures were implemented to secure the work areas, construction crews, and tools. The remoteness of the site in Northern California posed additional challenges that needed to be addressed regarding material procurement and scheduling of deliveries.

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