The unsung hero of water infrastructure, pump stations are essential for all in-plant, distribution, and collection systems. Still, your pumping challenges are unique—and so are your drivers.
Perhaps you’re facing infrastructure issues, such as aging facilities, pump and motor problems, or surge and water hammer effects. Or, perhaps you have operations concerns, such as funding scarcity, optimization for energy savings, or workforce issues. We combine deep experience in designing new pump stations and upgrading and rehabilitating existing facilities. We have expertise in selecting pumping configurations to best align with your wastewater treatment plant requirements.
Whether dry well, wet well, horizontal, or vertical, we deliver reliable, efficient, sustainable pump station solutions to meet your infrastructure challenges. Gannett Fleming has designed and placed into service hundreds of pump stations and associated systems, ranging in capacity from 0.1 to 395 million gallons of water per day (MGD).
Our pump station portfolio includes:
- Dam impoundments.
- Distribution system booster and fire pump stations.
- Municipal drinking water.
- Stormwater control and conveyance.
- Water supply development.
- Wastewater collection and treatment.
We’re driven to uncover efficiencies, increase energy savings, and improve your operations through strategic pump selection and upgrades, and automating controls based on flow, pressure, and level.