South Cross Bayou Advanced Water Reclamation Facility
7401 54th Avenue North in St. Petersburg
Completed road base fine grade Completed Odor Control slab on grade Began installation of Odor Control equipment and piping Began...
Completed final site grading Continued installation of Odor Control system slab Completed demolition of existing Headworks structure Completed cleaning of...
Continued final site grading. Began forming Odor Control slab and placing under slab piping. Completed demolition of existing Headworks structure....
Completed forming and placing rebar for Redundant Force Main slab. Began final site grading. Continued demolition of existing Headworks structure....
Began removing HDPE piping going into Grit Buildings. Poured and stripped forms for parking lot curb. Continued placing 42” Redundant...View All Updates
New Headworks and Grit Removal Facility Design-Build Project
The South Cross Bayou Advanced Water Reclamation Facility – New Headworks and Grit Removal Facility Design-Build Project is located at 7401 54th Avenue North in St. Petersburg.
This project included the design and construction of a new combined headworks and grit removal structure and odor control system. This upgrade included replacing two aging out-of-date structures with a combined structure. The new structure features more effective and efficient equipment to improve screening and removal of grit and solids from incoming wastewater. The odor control system is more environmentally friendly and cost effective than the previous system. Construction began in May 2020 and was completed in August 2022.
All project construction activities were within the South Cross Bayou Advanced Water Reclamation Facility.
Engineering services for this project cost approximately $1.1 million. The total construction cost is approximately $23.9 million. The project was funded through Pinellas County’s Capital Improvements Program (CIP). Pinellas County selected the Garney Construction Design-Build team based on a competitive qualification selection process.