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PPMI Construction was recently awarded a multi-million dollar contract with Johnson Controls, Inc. to construct an additional filter building at the Mt. Vernon, Indiana Water Treatment Plant to house (2) new 2.0 MGD filters. Highlights of the project include the construction of a new concrete/steel building and the installation of the filters including all mechanical and electrical for integration into the existing plant system. Other work includes the installation of the concrete foundation for a new 1.0 million gallon elevated remote water storage tank. The project is currently on schedule to be completed early 2016.
The Fats Oils and Grease System (FOG) will convert FOG received from food establishments into a combustible biogas to power two new 280kw generators. The power from these generators will subsidize the electrical needs of the facilities making the plant much more energy efficient. PPMI’s self-performed work includes construction of the FOG receiving structure, setting equipment, process piping, and electrical connections.
PPMI recently completed a large expansion at the Mt. Vernon, IN water treatment facility to include a new intake structure and filter building. Modifications were also made to existing clearwell and pretreatment buildings. PPMI performed all general construction, mechanical, electrical, and process instrumentation/controls. Additionally, PPMI constructed two new water booster stations.