Flood Mitigation and Permanent Restoration of Sayreville Pump Station

Middlesex County Utilities Authority (MCUA) Sayreville, NJ

  • ACEC New Jersey 2022 Engineering Excellence Honor Award Recipient
  • $68M project to permanently restore and mitigate peak 340 MGD pump station compromised during Hurricane Sandy.
  • R3M led design of complex structural, mechanical, electrical, and instrumentation systems, including:
    • Perimeter flood wall up to 500-year storm level plus storm surge.
    • Stormwater pumping station & controlled/automatic flood gates to isolate the pump station during flood conditions.
    • 10 MW standby power facility including three diesel and one natural gas gensets.
    • Relocation of the main electrical substation.
    • Installation of a knife gate valves on four (4) influent main truck sewers up to 132-inch in size.
    • Replacement of ten (10) 800-1,000 HP pump motors, as well as piping, valves, controls, and instrumentation.
  • R3M coordinated with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the New Jersey Environmental Infrastructure Trust (NJEIT) to fund the project.
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