This project was an expansion to the Treatment Plant for the City of Stayton. The project included construction of a new selector cell, filter structure, sludge drying and storage building, sludge storage tank, UV building over existing open channels and a shop. Specific new equipment included a sludge dryer, three-belt belt filter press, odor control…

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This project is located on the right bank of the Clackamas River in Gladstone, Oregon. The scope of work consisted of constructing a new 38 MGD river intake pump station to supply water to the cities of Lake Oswego and Tigard. When commissioning of the facility was completed, demolition of the historic adjacent river intake…

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This major project includes upgrades to the existing WTP from 16 MGD to 38 MGD. The new replacement facilities constructed on top of existing facilities in three phases. After completion of each phase, demolition of existing structure occurs to construct the new facilities. All work is done while ensuring the existing plant produces water. Total…

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Bend’s sewer collection system is near capacity. In some areas, existing sewer pipes routinely approach overflow levels. In parts of the city it is difficult for Bend to add any major new employer or residential development. The Colorado Lift Station project upgrades and replaces the undersized and deficient Shevlin station in McKay Park. The new…

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Slayden was selected, through the RFP process, as the CM/GC on this $27 MM water treatment plant upgrade and expansion for McMinnville Water & Light.  This fast track CM/GC project involved pre-construction services beginning at 80% design.  Slayden provided constructability reviews and value engineering estimates to help bring the project within the budget set by…

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This CM/GC project for the City of Portland enhanced security and implemented water delivery improvements on the turn-of-the-century historical reservoirs. Work included extensive attention to environmental surroundings, preservation of historically designated work components, 2000+ feet of new sewer mains that included diversion of flow with new manholes and inlet installation, 5000+ feet of 24”-54” steel…

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Installation of a new 15 MG reservoir and pump station adjacent to the existing filtration plant which was completed without interruption to the City of Eugene’s only drinking water supply. A large portion of the success of this project can be credited to the extensive coordination efforts between SCG and EWEB plant operations during major…

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The Willamette River Water Treatment Plant consisted of an overall $43 million project that was constructed by a team that included Montgomery Watson HARZA, the Design Engineer and overall Prime Contractor, with Slayden Construction as the General Contractor for the water treatment plant construction, access roadways, and bridges. The project was fast-tracked, using an overall…

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This project was a design-build contract for the City of Cottage Grove. The existing system was located at two sites that were more than twenty miles apart with a capacity of approximately two MGD. Our team converted the existing Row River site to a pall membrane system capable of uninterrupted deliveries of four MGD with…

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This $22.7 million design-build project for MWH Constructors and Goleta Water District in Goleta, California, increased the existing plant capacity to 24 MGD. The Corona Del Mar WTP is the only source of water for the Goleta Water District which serves the residents of Goleta, California. This contract involved extensive modifications within the boundaries of…

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