Cleanwater Nashville

Metro Water Services

Projects

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Completed projects

Joelton Rehabilitation

Completed July 2014

To address a wet weather overflow in this area, this 38,000 linear foot sewer basin was assessed. The resulting construction project consists of the repair of approximately 200 defective manholes and 10 defective service connections. Learn More

Dodson Chapel Equalization Facility

Completed April 2014

Significant improvements were constructed at this facility, including a new duty pump station, expanded wet weather pumping, and 11 million gallons of additional storage. The new duty pump station increases the system's reliability to the transfer flow downstream for treatment, while the wet weather pump station is utilized to transfer flows into the storage tanks. The storage tanks are used when sewer flows exceed the capacity of the existing sewer system. The peak flows are stored until the flows in the system recede, and the stored volume can be conveyed through the system to treatment. Without the construction of this facility, flows in excess of the facility's capacity resulted in sanitary sewer overflows. Learn More

Smith Springs Rehabilitation - Area 1 - Priest Lake Meadows

Completed March 2017

This project was developed to renew aging infrastructure and to address downstream overflows by reducing the amount of rainfall that can enter the system through defects. It consists of the evaluation and rehabilitation (as necessary) of approximately 64,000 linear feet of gravity sewer, associated manholes, and service laterals within Metro's right-of-way and easements.. Learn More

Gibson Creek Rehabilitation - Area 1 - Dupont Avenue

Completed December 2017

This project was developed to renew aging infrastructure and to address downstream overflows by reducing the amount of rainfall that can enter the system through defects. It consists of the evaluation and rehabilitation (as necessary) of approximately 54,000 linear feet of gravity sewer, associated manholes, and service laterals within Metro's right-of-way and easements.
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