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Contractors become involved in pump station projects at various phases. Romtec Utilities works with these companies to ensure that the best pumping system design can be supplied to the contractor, delivered on time to the project site and installed efficiently by the contractor.
Often, a contractor is quoting the supply and installation of a pump station design that originated with a engineer representing the municipality or other owner. It can be a real headache for everyone if the contractor tries to “piece together” the pump station. When purchasing multiple components from multiple vendors, figuring out who is responsible for what can be very confusing. Read more
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Before the recession, Romtec Utilities built lots of pump stations for developers. Folks building pump stations these days are more often municipalities, public agencies, and private companies that need pumping systems for industrial situations. However, as the housing market regains its strength and developers start building more homes, it is highly likely that they will need pump stations. Why? Well, most of the land that “slopes” to central wastewater treatment facilities has been built on. These new developments often require some type of “lift” to get the wastewater from the homes to the treatment plant.