The City of Columbus, Division of Sewerage and Drainage owns and operates two wastewater treatment plants, the Southerly Wastewater Treatment Plant (SWWTP) with 440 MGD treatment capacity, and the Jackson Pike Wastewater Treatment Plant (JPWWTP) with 150 MGD treatment capacity, as well as a compost facility, a sewer maintenance operations center (SMOC), and sewage and stormwater collection systems.
T&M has been providing engineering planning, design, construction, and regulatory support at the City’s wastewater treatment facilities since 2017 through multiple completed and ongoing projects.
Currently, the Water team is providing General Engineering Consultant Services which have included a wide range of assignments from initial conception and evaluation to detailed design and engineering services during construction at the City’s wastewater treatment facilities. As the prime consultant, T&M manages a multi-discipline design team while navigating projects from conceptualization to construction and record document completion. Seeking a consensus among the various stakeholders inside and outside of the facilities has been an crucial part of the success of this assignment. Projects have included the following:
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