Upcoming Projects

We are excited about our upcoming, CONTRACT AWARDED PROJECTS!

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Spanish Fork City recently awarded Alder Construction the contract for preconstruction services for the new Water Reclamation Facility. When complete, the new facility will include a new headworks structure, biological nutrient removal (BNR) and ultra-filtration (MBR) process basins, and a new ultraviolet (UV) disinfection system.

The project will create a flagship facility for the region with the ability to treat over 6 million gallons of wastewater per day. Additionally, the BNR and MBR treatment process will produce a high-quality effluent which may have the potential for reuse. 

SPANISH FORK WATER RECLAMATION FACILITY

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Alder Construction is pleased to be selected for the completion of the Central Utah Water Conservancy CWP Vineyard Groundwater Polishing Plant!  The project consists of the construction of a 60 MGD water polishing plant, associated yard piping, residual handling facilities and modifications to the existing office building. The polishing facility will feature a pre-engineered steel 
building and skid-mounted pressure vessels. The project will also include tying into the existing chlorination system and the construction of a new vault for chlorination as well as 
all other associated piping, HVAC, electrical, paving, site work and other associated items for a complete and functional facility.  Construction of the project is anticipated to occur over a 22-month period between April 2023 and February 2025.

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Payson City currently collects and treats all wastewater for all the incorporated area of Payson City by means of collection lines, trunk lines and lift stations, including the cities of Elk Ridge and Woodland Hills. With the anticipated growth in the south end of Utah County and throughout Payson City, there is a need for the existing wastewater treatment plant to be expanded and updated.  The new plant must be completed and treating the flow to meet the State’s nutrient requirements by October 1, 2024.  Alder Construction is honored to have been selected to accomplish this update!

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